HANS VAN DE VRUGT, PG, CEG, PGP

Principal Geophysicist

EDUCATION

Master of Science, Geological Sciences, 1995, San Diego State University, San Diego, California

Bachelor of Science, Geological Sciences, 1988, San Diego State University, San Diego, California

REGISTRATIONS

Professional Geologist, California, PG 6174

Professional Geophysicist, California, PGP 1012

Certified Engineering Geologist, California, CEG 1990

Professional Geologist, Arizona, PG 33259

CERTIFICATIONS

OSHA 40-Hour Health and Safety Training (with annual updates)

Refinery Safety Overview (RSO)

Los Angeles Clean Card (LACC)

American Petroleum Institute (API) WorkSafe

SOFTWARE SKILLS

EarthImager, MagMap, Microsoft Office, Pathfinder, Photoshop, Radan, ReMi, SeisOpt Pro, SIPwin, Surfer, SurfSeis

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Mr. van de Vrugt's experience includes performing and managing geophysical studies as well as geotechnical design evaluations. He has over 25 years of experience in conducting geologic, geophysical, and geotechnical engineering evaluations for such projects as schools, medical centers, convention centers, treatment plants, pipelines, transportation corridors, resorts, commercial and residential developments, and landfills. Geophysical projects include:

  • Palm Desert Fault Study, Palm Springs, California: Fault Hazard Evaluation using electromagnetic (EM), seismics and electrical resistivity
  • Pacific Clay Quarry, Riverside, California: Seismic Refraction Rippability Survey
  • Cryo Genie Mine, San Diego County, California: Mineral Exploration Study
  • State Route 163 Widening, Clark County, Nevada: Seismic Refraction Rippability Survey
  • Fargo Canyon Groundwater Study, Indio, California: EM and Seismic Groundwater Study
  • Lower Otay Reservoir Auxiliary Spillway, Chula Vista, California: Seismic Rippability Survey
  • SDG&E Wind Farm, San Diego County, California: Electrical Resistivity Grounding Survey
  • Palmilla Golf Course, Palmilla Resort, San Jose del Cabo, Mexico: Electrical Resistivity and Seismic Refraction Groundwater Study
  • South Campus Demolition (Phase III) Project, San Diego, California: Subsurface Obstruction Survey
  • Inn of the Mountain Gods Resort and Casino, Mescalero, New Mexico: Subsurface Void Survey
  • Two Harbors, Catalina Island, California: Landfill Survey using EM and magnetics
  • Four Corners Generating Station, Fruitland, New Mexico: Landfill Survey using EM, high resolution electrical resistivity, and magnetics
  • San Quentin Central Health Facility, San Francisco Bay Area, California: Subsurface Obstruction Survey
  • Pacific Beach Water Pipeline Project, San Diego, California: Utility and Obstruction Survey
  • LAX, Cargo Loading Area, Los Angeles World Airport, Los Angeles, California: UST Survey

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Geophysical Union

Seismology Society of America

Association of Engineering Geologists

San Diego Association of Geologists