Gene George Associates Staff

Mark Knoll

Education

1972-1977 University of Wisconsin River Falls , Wisconsin 
Bachelor of Science - Earth Science 
Minor in Mathematics 

Certifications

February, 2008 - OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120 (40-Hour Course)           

Employment History

10/01 to Present    Gene R. George & Associates. Inc.
Geoscientist - Perform geographic, geologic and engineering analysis of projects pertaining to the oil & gas industry using various software packages on a consulting basis. 

8/96 to 10/01    Power Resources, Inc.
Computer Technician - Responsible for lending computer assistance to all phases of an ISL uranium operation. Maintain databases of exploration, injection and production holes drilled.  Create exhibits and maps of all properties using AutoCAD software.  Assist the Geology Department in the development and planning of drilling programs. Conduct all surveying related to mine operation.

3/90 to 8/96    Civil Engineering Professionals, Inc.
Engineering Technician - Responsible for the creation of base mapping for civil engineering projects.  Design and draft plan sheets for the construction of civil engineering projects using AutoCAD and Softdesk software.  Most projects consisted of corridor design of utility lines and roadways.  Other projects were for athletic fields, parks, playgrounds and interpretive centers. 

6/88 to 3/90    Forsgren Associates, P.A.
Engineering Technician - Responsible for the creation of base mapping for civil engineering projects.  Design and draft plan sheets for the construction of civil engineering projects using AutoCAD and DCA engineering software.  Most projects consisted of abandoned mine land recovery.  Major AML projects worked on were AML 16A - John Gunnel Pit (Phase I and Phase II) and AML 16E - A8 Pit & Spoils.  Also involved in design and construction of small civil engineering project around the State of Wyoming. 

6/79 to 3/84    Exxon Minerals Company 
Geological Technician - Interpreted geophysical logs in the determination of roll front geology.  Plotted boreholes and their ore intercept information on 40 scale maps.  Determined potential ore reserves from plotted information.  Directed open pit mining of uranium ore. 

6/77 to 6/79    Century Geophysical Corporation
Logging Geologist - Produced geophysical logs of bore holes in the exploration of coal and uranium. 

Skills

  • AutoCAD Version 9 and higher Softdesk third party software to AutoCAD - all modules Microsoft Office package GeoGraphix & Petra geologic modeling software ESRI ArcView Version 8 Leitz Sets B & 3B theodolites and electronic distance meters

  • Sokkia and TDS data collectors and associated software