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John Cheng, P.Eng.

 

Biography

Updated: April 04, 2019

 

John graduated in 1986 from the University of Waterloo with a bachelor degree in Civil Engineering.  He has over 25 years of experience in engineering and project management.  John has worked on all phases of engineering projects in the natural resources industry from feasibility study to design and construction.  John also has in depth knowledge of project management processes and systems.

 

John has worked on natural resources projects in North and South America, Indonesia and Alaska.  He has held key roles on a number of major mining feasibility studies including such projects as Galore Creek (BC), Pebble (Alaska), Donlin Creek (Alaska), Oyu Tolgoi (Mongolia), Lindero (Argentina) and Cañariaco (Peru).  Since late 2011, after a 20-year-long service at AMEC (now part of Amec Foster Wheeler), John has been consulting independently for mining Clients on projects in the area of project engineering and project management.  John has been to over 50 countries and has visited numerous mine sites and operations around the world. 

 

John is a registered professional engineer in British Columbia.  John enjoys riding his motorcycles.  Lately, he has been enjoying the wonders of fatherhood with his twin babies.  

 

Services:

·       Owner’s Representation to manage multi-discipline engineering consulting teams and contractors

 

·       Project Management and Design Scope Concept Reviews

 

·       Development and Implementation of Cost Control Strategies

 

·       Engineering and Capital Cost Estimate Review and Optimization

 

 

If you are developing or executing a natural resources extraction project, put JCheng on your team to pull your project together.  You will find cost savings and more effective engineering designs.

 

Current Location and Contact:

Downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada Tel: 1-604-788-3232

E-mail:   jcheng@jcheng.com

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/JChengVancouver

 

Invitation from JCheng:

If you are passionate about the engineering and execution of natural resources extraction projects, please feel free to contact JCheng. 

 

Together, we will work with better solutions and have a lot of fun doing it!  Drop me a line today!

 

Participate in the JCheng Consulting discussion forum to share ideas on how to make things better and to make the industry better, please visit:  JChengConsulting.com