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Manager Project

Boise, Idaho, 83709, United States
November 06, 2018

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Christopher D. Tanner

**** * ********* ***, ***** ID 83709 208-***-****



Master of Business Administration, 1999

CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY CHICO, Chico, California Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering, 1994



Doing small residential construction projects in Valley County Idaho BROWN & CALDWELL, Boise, Idaho

Engineering Supervisor/Construction Manager, December 2014 to May 2018

Construction Manager on the Nampa Waste Water Treatment Plant Expansion

Coordinate construction activities with City Staff and Design Engineer

Manage contractor submittals, RFI, Change Orders, Pay estimates etc. NEVADA IRON LLC, Reno, Nevada

Chief Operating Officer/Project Manager, June 2012 to August 2014

Responsible for the development of a $300M Iron Mining project in Northern Nevada, successfully permitting an unlined tailings facility

Managed design of plant facilities and permitting for project, including land acquisition, cost estimates and schedules, established office and charts of accounts, and investor tours

Developed logistics for the transportation of iron ore concentrates to the west coast ports, including purchase of land for truck unloading and rail load out facilities, negotiations with UP and BNSF railroad, and various ports in the San Francisco Bay Area COEUR D’ALENE MINES, Coeur D’Alene, Idaho

Global Construction Project Manager, August 2011 to June 2012

Responsible for developing and managing all major capital improvement project for Coeur globally

Projects include underground Paste Plant Project, Crusher Improvements, and Tailings Dam Lift in Alaska, Filter Plant and Tailing Dam Construction and Tin Plant Feasibility in Bolivia, Optimize Crusher and Conveyors in Nevada, new mine constructability in Mexico and Argentina

HYCROFT RESOURCES AND DEVELOPMENT, Winnemucca, Nevada Project Manager, January 2011 to July 2011

Responsible for Engineering, Procurement and Construction Management for all Capital Improvement Projects at the Hycroft Mine, including: Merrill Crowe and refinery expansion, two new leach pads, new truck shop, and other misc. facilities and projects, and provided input to $1B Sulphide Expansion Pre-Feasibility

KINROSS, Round Mountain, Nevada

Senior Project Engineer, June 2010 to December 2010

Responsible for project management, procurement, cost and schedule

Manage relocation and construction of new conveyors, stackers and reclaim tunnels for the Phase H Expansion, the construction of a new lift on tailings dam, and expansion of Rapid Infiltration Basin

PATAGONIA GOLD S.A., Buenos Aires, Argentina

Project Development Consultant, August 2009 to April 2010

Responsible for designing 200,000 tpy open pit, leach pad and carbon column plant for the extraction of gold from the Lomada de Leiva project in the province of Santa Cruz, Argentina M3 ENGINEERING, Mazapil, Zacatecas, Mexico

Assistant Construction Manager, March 2007 to August 2009

Assistant Construction Manager on the $1.5 Billion Minera Penasquito Project for Goldcorp.

Supervising 110 Mexican engineers/construction inspectors and over 20 contractors with 2100 construction workers, achieved over 5Million Man Hours without a Lost Time Accident.

Construction management and expediting of engineering and procurement for 130,000 TPD crush, convey and processing plant to extract gold, silver, lead and zinc from sulphide ore, using a 60”x113” gyratory crusher, two 38’ SAG mills and four 24’ ball mills, followed by 66 flotation cells, and tailings pond

Project required development of 100 kilometers of roads, 44 kilometers of 400 kV power line

& substations, 20 kilometers of 36” water line, development of well field, and a 2000 person camp, etc.

Construction of Merrill Crowe Plant to mechanical completion, including pre-commissioning and turnover. 1 square kilometer leach pad, 1000 ton per hour crush and convey system with jaw crusher, cone crusher, 2 mile long conveyor with radial stacker. First production of Gold/Silver completed May 10, 2008, at a cost of $54 million CHRIS TANNER CONSTRUCTION & MINING, Cottonwood, California Owner, January 2004 to March 2007

Designed and built residential houses in Northern California

Staked lode gold mining claims and set up pilot processing plant to extract gold from quartz in Klamath Mountains of Northern California

COX & COX CONSTRUCTION – Redding, California

Project Manager / Estimator, May 2002 to September 2004

Estimated, bid, and won over $8.5 M in new projects during 2004, doubling revenues of previous year, while maintaining profitability

Completed all project paperwork, including bid packages, submittals, change orders, requests for information, pay estimates, pre-liens and legal correspondence

Developed and maintained project control system to coordinate estimating, job cost, budgets and field reporting, including daily project status reports, and used data to improve accuracy of estimates for bidding new projects

SCHLUMPBERGER CONSULTING ENGINEERS – Mt. Shasta, California Civil Engineer, September 2001 to May 2002

Construction management and project inspection for City of Redding and McCloud municipal utility projects

Residential structural design for gravity, seismic and wind loading FMC CORPORATION – Blending System Business Unit, Chicago, Illinois Business Unit Controller, March 2000 – June 2001

Managed accounting, finance and human resource functions

Prepared annual budgets, continually updating 12 month rolling forecasts and completed variance analysis of financial statements on monthly basis Business Analyst, Houston Texas, April 1999 – March 2000

Prepared and presented financial results of the Energy Systems Division, a $1.1 B business, on a monthly basis to President and CEO of FMC

Created strategic plans for domestic and international growth, including analysis of distribution channels, markets, customers, competitors and identification of acquisition targets for several business units, including FMC Link Belt business in Tupelo Mississippi and Loading Systems business in Sens, France

Prepared presentation to external financial community on the Energy Systems Division, including supply and demand analysis of Oil and Gas markets HALLIBURTON / KELLOGG, BROWN & ROOT, Houston, Texas Civil Engineer, May 1994 – August 1998

Served as assistant project manager for Greater Houston Wastewater Program a $1.2 B Engineering and Construction project, managing numerous municipal utility projects

Wrote feasibility studies to secure international financing for EPC projects totaling more than

$1.5 B in Monterrey and Guadalajara Mexico, and a $200 M water supply project in Cebu Philippines

Performed open pit mine survey to check compliance with mine model, finding $1 M in missed gold ore in Santiago, Panama

Served and labor foreman and surveyor on Southside Project for Phelps Dodge in Morenci, Arizona, responsible for safety of 10 employees and all earthwork and manpower estimates for civil work

LANGUAGE SKILLS: Native English Speaker, Read and Speak Spanish COMPUTER SKILLS: Microsoft Office, Project, AutoCAD, various Accounting Packages PROFESSIONAL LICENSE: Engineer in Training (EIT), Class A & B California General Contractor OTHER TRAINING: Above Ground and Underground MSHA Certified, US Export Import Bank Trade Finance, ABN AMRO International Trade Finance, SEI Photovoltaic Design and Installation, Orenco Alternative Wastewater Treatment Design, Cyanide Safety Training

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