Robert Sengebush’s professional experience has focused on providing geoscience and environmental consulting services to commercial, municipal, federal, and tribal clients. He has managed and served as the technical lead on major projects for a variety of geologic, water supply, environmental, and site restoration projects across the US. Rob specializes in providing geological advice for environmental projects involving the development of geologic and hydrogeologic site models in support of groundwater modeling, groundwater treatment plant design, and aquifer reuse after remediation. He has applied his background in resource exploration and development to geological problems such as the distribution of brackish groundwater in fractured bedrock aquifers. Rob applies geological methods to these issues including the use of three-dimensional graphics, geophysical log interpretation, and seismic data interpretation. He has developed expertise in working with Pueblos and has completed environmental site investigations and risk assessment investigations on behalf of numerous Native American communities. He is a recognized expert in executing complex field data collection projects and in groundwater sampling methods, especially the application of low-flow sampling as applied to uranium mill and mine tailing sites. He is well versed in the potential for all types of mineral commodity development and has consulted in this area on behalf of federal and state agencies.
Robert Sengebush, PG
MS, Geology/Structural Geology, University of Montana, 1984
BA, Geology, University of California, 1977
Professional Geologist (CA, ID, UT)