Minetek’s Secondary Mine Fan Ventilation Solution

May 1, 2019

To have access to the full-length video, where Remy Bourcier discusses key benefits of the system and a new way to save energy and cost in underground mines e-mail “video” to NAMVS@minetek.com.

Mr Remy Bourcier – Chief Engineering Officer

Remy Bourcier presenting at the North American Mine Ventilation Symposium (NAMVS) April 2019 in Montreal, Canada.

As an engineering professional with more than 25 years experience in the design and manufacture of fans, foundations, structures, noise control and related ventilation components for the heavy industry sector, Remy Bourcier is one of the most experienced ventilation engineers in Australia.

As head of the engineering team at Minetek, he is an important part of Minetek’s quest to be a world leader in producing better solutions for challenges faced by the mining sector.

More recently, Remy has been a very central element in the development of Minetek’s secondary mine ventilation solution – a tailored solution he presented to the world at the North American Mine Ventilation Symposium (NAMVS) 2019 in Montreal, Canada.

Holding a Bachelor’s Degree (Aeronautical Engineering), and a Master’s Degree’s (Civil Engineering, acoustics & Vibration, FEA modelling of Composite Structures), Remy manages the engineering of complex projects including the integration of multiple disciplines.

His experience gives him extensive knowledge of the engineering and manufacturing of the various components required to come up with an appropriate solution to problems that arise.

Remy is a global leader and has a great depth of experience in mechanical, structural, acoustics, vibration and foundation engineering.