Kevin Torpy serves as Graphite One’s Vice-President, Mining.
Mr. Torpy is a mining engineer with twenty-seven years of experience developing, building, and operating mines, primarily in remote northern locations. Prior to joining Graphite One he was Vice President, Operations at Ambler Metals, another Arctic exploration project in Alaska. He was Vice President, Operations at Titan Mining Corp. where he oversaw the restructuring and operational turnaround of the Empire State Mine in Northern New York State. He held several positions of increasing responsibility including General Manager at Pretium Resources’ Brucejack Mine in British Columbia during the advanced exploration, construction, and startup phases of the project.
Mr. Torpy’s other Alaska experience includes the Kensington Mine, where he was Technical Services Superintendent through construction, and the Pogo Mine, where he was an Operations Engineer during the advanced exploration and construction phases.
Mr. Torpy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineering from Montana Tech and received the E.A. Scholz Award from the Association for Mineral Exploration for excellence in mine development in British Columbia. He is a past Director and Juneau Branch Chair of the Alaska Miners Association.
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