-- Guarnera's 23-year career at Behre Dolbear Group spanned era of significant growth
DENVER, Jan. 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Bernard J. (Barney) Guarnera has joined Centurion Resource Group (CRG) as a partner and member of their investment committee. CRG is a private equity fund management group focused on the global mining sector. Mr. Guarnera most recently served as non-executive chairman and senior associate at Behre Dolbear Group. While he no longer has an operational role, Mr. Guarnera will continue to serve as a director on Behre Dolbear's board.
"Barney pioneered the growth of Behre Dolbear, positioning it to add value to all the industry's stakeholders across all geographies. We are grateful for his commitment and contributions, and wish him success in his new endeavor," said Karr McCurdy, Behre Dolbear CEO.
For over 100 years the mining industry has looked to Behre Dolbear for unbiased counsel ranging from exploration and project closure to financial and management consulting around the world. Independently owned and operated, Behre Dolbear is uniquely positioned to deliver impartial advice and expertise on the mineral industry's geological, engineering, metallurgical, and social and environmental management requirements.
Learn more about Behre Dolbear's expertise and global capabilities at www.dolbear.com or call +1.303.620.0020.
Behre Dolbear Group operates throughout the Americas, Eurasia & Africa, Asia, and Australia. Since 1911, we have worked with financial institutions, governments, mining and trading companies, legal firms, and other parties with interests in the minerals industry. Behre Dolbear's experience covers the full spectrum of technical, operational, managerial, and financial issues as well as resource estimation and engineering design services. We have considerable experience across a broad range of minerals including base and precious metals, coal, uranium, industrial minerals, diamonds and gemstones, ferrous metals as well as cognate industries such as construction materials, steel and infrastructure.
SOURCE Behre Dolbear Group