Dr Detlef Bringemeier
Dr Bringemeier is a groundwater specialist who has worked extensively in groundwater engineering and mine water management over the past twenty-three years. His specialties include complex groundwater investigations at mine sites and the application of numerical modelling to groundwater and pit geotechnical applications. Dr Bringemeier delivered numerous geotechnical and groundwater risk assessments for various levels of mine planning studies to major mining and resource companies. He has design experience with pit wall depressurisation, including passive in-pit and active out-of-pit dewatering, and groundwater drainage of underground workings. He provided third party review of groundwater studies and due diligence, acquisition and divestment reviews.
Dr Bringemeier’s practical expertise in mine hydrogeology and groundwater modelling is complimented with on-going research conducted in collaboration with partners at the University of Queensland. Since 2011, Dr Bringemeier has been involved with the Queensland University of Technology and the University of Queensland, where he lectures on numerical groundwater modelling and groundwater engineering. In 2013, he was appointed Adjunct Professor at the School of Civil Engineering of the University of Queensland. His research has led to over 30 publications in peer-reviewed journals as well as presentations at national and international conferences.
I am passionate about finding innovative and sustainable solutions for our clients and delivering the solutions through collaboration, creativity and dedication.