Nevada Clean Magnesium Inc.(TSXV:NVM) announced a new member to its Technical Advisory Committee. The Company also announced the staking of a prospective quartz property located near its proposed magnesium facility east of Wells, Nevada.
As quoted in the press release:
Mr. Hall has over 35 years of practical international experience in project planning, management, operation, evaluation and design of global mining projects.
Recently he retired from Wardrop Engineering Inc. (now Tetra Tech) as Vice President of the mining division, his area of responsibility was in project planning and oversight. Additionally, he was responsible for starting the Wardrop office in Vancouver where he became a Partner in the firm 2005. He then proceeded to open offices in the UK, Beijing, Chile, Brazil, Hong Kong and Perth.
Nevada Clean Magnesium, COO, James Server, said:
Ron’s addition to our team will be a major asset enabling us to stay on target and in budget with the project’s extensive tasks and complex timelines. He is key to holding the various contractors and consultants accountable throughout the planned Prefeasibility phase.
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