Thursday, September 23, 2010

Pennsylvania names new State Geologist

Pennsylvania announced the appointment of George Love to the position of Director, Bureau of Topographic and Geologic Survey. George has been serving as the Assistant Bureau Director in Topographic and Geologic Survey since joining DCNR after retiring from Carmeuse North America in 2006.

George will function as the State Geologist of Pennsylvania and be responsible for directing the activities of the Bureau’s professional, technical, and administrative staff. He will continue to advance the integration of the Bureau’s work with the key initiatives of the Department.

George has over 30 years experience in executive leadership positions in mining, minerals, exploration, permitting, geology and geotechnical engineering in private industry and government. In past roles, George has led up to 240 workers with an overall operating budget of $37 million. He has a Master’s Degree in Geology and numerous credits in Civil Engineering and Soil Mechanics.

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