Comprehensive Claim Research and Preparation of Location Notices and Maps
Robison Engineering conducts extensive research on mining claims, identifying potential conflicts or overlapping claims, verifying ownership records, and researching the location and boundaries of the claims. The firm’s team ensures that all necessary information is collected to facilitate the claim staking process.
After conducting comprehensive research, Robison Engineering prepares accurate location notices and claim maps using state-of-the-art mapping software and GIS tools. These location notices provide a detailed description of the claim location and relevant landmarks, while the claim maps depict the claim’s location in relation to the surrounding area, including significant topographical features such as rivers and mountains.
By providing comprehensive claim research and accurate location notices and maps, Robison Engineering helps mining clients avoid potential disputes over claim ownership and boundary conflicts. This ensures that mining clients have legally and accurately staked and registered claims with regulatory agencies.
Submission of Required Documentation to Regulatory Agencies
Robison Engineering’s claim staking services include the preparation and submission of all necessary documentation to regulatory agencies on behalf of mining clients. The firm’s team is highly experienced in dealing with regulatory agencies and ensures that all necessary steps are followed to avoid delays or rejections in the claim staking process.
Robison Engineering prepares and submits location notices, claim maps, affidavits, annual maintenance filings, and transfer of ownership documents on behalf of mining clients. Location notices provide public notice of the mining claim and its boundaries, while claim maps provide a visual representation of the claim’s location and boundaries. Affidavits attest to the accuracy of the information provided in the location notice and claim maps.
Annual maintenance filings are required by regulatory agencies to maintain the validity of mining claims, and Robison Engineering’s team prepares and submits these filings on behalf of clients. Transfer of ownership documents are required when a mining claim changes ownership, and Robison Engineering’s team prepares and submits these documents to ensure a smooth and legally valid transfer.
Benefits of Robison Engineering’s Claim Staking Services for Mining Clients
Robison Engineering’s claim staking services offer numerous benefits to mining clients. The firm’s comprehensive approach to the claim staking process ensures that all necessary steps are taken to avoid potential conflicts or rejections.
One significant benefit is the firm’s expertise in conducting claim research, ensuring that mining clients are fully informed about the claim’s location, boundaries, and any potential disputes that may arise.
Another significant benefit is the firm’s preparation of accurate location notices and claim maps using state-of-the-art mapping software and GIS tools, ensuring that mining clients avoid potential disputes over claim ownership and boundary conflicts.
Robison Engineering’s claim staking services also include the preparation and submission of required documentation to regulatory agencies, ensuring that all necessary documents are completed accurately and submitted in a timely manner, avoiding potential delays or rejections.
Overall, Robison Engineering’s claim staking services provide mining clients with a comprehensive approach to acquiring and maintaining mining claims, allowing them to focus on their core business activities while ensuring that their mining claims are legally and accurately staked and registered with regulatory agencies.
Professional Engineer, President
P.E. – 25822 | C.E.M. – 2459 Julianne is a Professional Environmental Engineer and Certified Environmental Manager. She loves getting into the field to solve our most interesting environmental problems. When she isn’t in the desert chasing down noxious weeds or water quality issues, she’s in the desert racing her motorcycle…when her bones heal back up from the last race.
C.E.M. – 1512, Senior Professional Marcie (CEM-1512) began her career as a miner with geology degrees from U. of Iowa and Texas-El Paso. Her understanding of the perspectives of both the extractive and environmental protection allows her to balance and respect their common goals.
P.E. – 009674, Principal Engineer Wally Robison is the founder and now retired President of Robison Engineering Company. Wally started in the mining business in 1969, working for Gulf Resources in Montana. Going on to obtain a BS in Geological Engineering from University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah, in 1972. Wally is a PE of Mining and a Certified Environmental Manager. He takes pride in careful, reliable work and brings unique common sense to the environmental consulting practice. A fifth-generation Nevadan, Wally is proud to contribute to the health and prosperity of the western US.
Ph.D. Scientist Chris Ross continues his elegant and wide-arching career, now headquartering our branch “office” on the Gulf side of Baja in Mexico; he still mentors our Environmental staff and performs weed surveys and veg surveys for bond release.