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General Overview

About GR Engineering

GR Engineering is a leading engineering consulting and contracting company that specialises in providing high quality engineering design and construction services to the mining and mineral processing industries.

The Company’s services cover all aspects of the project life cycle from the initial evaluation and study phase through to design, construction, commissioning and operational support.

With origins dating back to 1986, GR Engineering has experienced consistent growth and has quickly established itself as a market leader with an excellent reputation for delivering projects on time, on budget and to guaranteed design performance. The Company has achieved this strong performance while maintaining a high level of occupational health and safety and environmental standards.

GR Engineering has a proven track record of delivering integrated project solutions having provided services in over 20 countries for a vast range of precious, bulk and industrial commodities.

GR Engineering’s clients range from junior and mid-size resource companies through to international mining houses. In a number of cases, GR Engineering has successfully delivered the client’s first project and has successfully tracked their growth by maintaining and expanding their operations.

Headquartered in Perth, Western Australia, GR Engineering also has offices in Brisbane and Indonesia with further operational establishment in Ghana, Mali, the Ivory Coast and the United Kingdom. The Company employs a dedicated workforce of over 190 professional, technical, managerial, supervisory and support personnel, in addition to directly employed site construction personnel and subcontractors.

Business Model

GR Engineering’s business model focuses on utilising in-house evaluation, process and engineering design, construction and asset management capabilities to provide integrated project solutions.

The services provided by the Company include:

  • Feasibility studies ranging from scoping, pre-feasibility and definitive feasibility studies to a bankable standard;
  • Engineering and process consulting;
  • Design and construction of mineral processing facilities and associated infrastructure for greenfields and brownfields projects;
  • Plant modifications, upgrades and expansions;
  • Plant evaluation and condition reports;
  • Plant operations and maintenance support and optimisation;
  • Plant relocation, refurbishment and recommissioning;
  • Asset management; and
  • Provision of owners representatives and teams for project management and delivery.

GR Engineering has extensive experience and expertise in undertaking feasibility studies for processing plants and associated services and infrastructure. The focus of GR Engineering's studies is to assist clients maximise project value through fit for purpose and cost effective design solutions whilst accurately estimating project performance, design, cost and schedule.

Undertaking feasibility studies is a key feature of GR Engineering’s business model. Involvement in studies provide a key competitive advantage in winning future work. Through detailed project knowledge, GR Engineering is able to optimise the required engineering and construction services and also provide clients with attractive contracting solutions. The Company focuses on developing and maintaining strong relationships with clients for whom studies have been completed and has been highly successful at converting studies into projects.

GR Engineering focuses on delivering its projects via turnkey EPC contracting arrangements. The Company predominantly provides its EPC contracts either on a fixed price lump sum or guaranteed maximum price basis depending upon the client's risk profile and needs. The Company also delivers projects via standard and traditional EPCM contracts.

GR Engineering’s comprehensive service offering combined with specialist in-house expertise enables the Company to deliver clients innovative, efficient, high quality, timely and cost effective project solutions. By being able to maximise project control, GR Engineering can provide clients with guaranteed outcomes in terms of plant performance, as well as enhanced safety, cost and schedule efficiencies, improved planning, enhanced site utilisation and simplification of warranties and performance guarantees. Through providing these benefits, GR Engineering has firmly established itself as a market leader with a reputation for excellence.

Competitive Advantages

Experienced and Committed Management Team

GR Engineering’s management team has considerable experience in the engineering, mining and minerals processing industries. Their team has highly respected technical, project development and business management skills and a proven track record of successful project delivery. This extensive experience and reputation together with a team of dedicated and reliable staff and subcontractors provides GR Engineering with a key competitive advantage in securing new contracts and winning repeat business.

Integrated Service Capability

GR Engineering’s integrated business model enables the Company to provide clients with innovative, efficient, high quality and cost effective project solutions across the project development life cycle. Through this integrated service offering, GR Engineering has been able to maintain continuity of project participation from studies through to development and operational support. As a result, the majority of GR Engineering’s projects have been directly negotiated with clients on fair and competitive terms.

Attractive Contracting Method

GR Engineering’s ability to provide integrated EPC solutions with flexible contract arrangements reflecting client and project risk profiles has provided GR Engineering with a key competitive advantage in winning projects and expanding the Company’s project pipeline. This competitive advantage is attractive especially amongst junior and mid-sized resource companies seeking the certainty of a fixed price arrangement and schedule as well as innovative, high quality and cost effective project solutions. In addition, GR Engineering can provide total 'make good’ plant performance warranties and guarantees.

Established Management Systems

GR Engineering’s history of successful and profitable project delivery reflects its comprehensive management systems designed to accurately manage risk and enable informed and robust risk / reward outcomes. For all projects, GR Engineering undertakes detailed in-house contract management and completion reviews in order to limit potential liability and loss exposures and to ensure high quality standards are continually met. These management systems combined with GR Engineering’s deep industry knowledge and its excellent cost capturing and control systems provide a strong competitive advantage.

Strong Client Relationships

GR Engineering and its management team have successfully developed and maintained strong client relationships that provide a key competitive advantage in winning new contracts as clients seek to maintain, expand and diversify their operations.

Geographic Positioning

With offices in Perth, Brisbane and Indonesia and operational capabilities in West Africa and the United Kingdom, GR Engineering is well place to service Australian and international mining projects.

People

A key factor in GR Engineering’s success has been its ability to attract, recruit and retain high quality personnel.

The Company employs over 150 professional, technical, managerial, supervisory and support personnel, including process design, civil, structural, mechanical, electrical and instrumentation engineers, design draft persons and project and construction management and supervision staff. In addition, the Company directly employs site construction personnel and subcontractors.

GR Engineering’s key personnel each have between 15 and 25 years industry experience in design, project delivery, operations management and implementation. Many of GR Engineering’s personnel have previously worked together in project teams to deliver successful feasibility studies and projects in the mining and minerals processing industries.

GR Engineering is founded on a strong belief in its core values. These core values drive its people and underpin the Company’s corporate goals of providing clients with superior service, establishing safe and effective working relationships as well as respect for the culture, diversity and values of others.

Core Values

GR Engineering is founded on a strong belief in their core values. These core values drive its people and underpin the Company’s corporate goals of providing clients with superior service, establishing safe and effective working relationships as well as respect for the culture, diversity and values of others.

GR Engineering's Core Values
  • Their clients are their focus
  • A commitment to innovation and quality
  • Their people are their most significant assets
  • Provision of a safe and healthy working environment
  • They will always act with honesty and integrity
  • Respect for the community and the environment

Occupational Health and Safety Policy

GR Engineering is founded on a strong belief in their core values. These values drive them to constantly improve their working environment and their commitment to occupational health and safety of all their employees and subcontractors, to ensure a safe working environment where no-one is allowed to work in an unsafe manner.

GR Engineering is committed to the target of “zero” injuries.

The management of GR Engineering is responsible for implementing this policy through the provision of resources, systems and training across our operational areas. Health and safety considerations will be given priority in planning, supervision and execution of work.

Any aspect of the occupational health and safety procedures which is not clearly understood must be brought to the attention of the appointed manager/supervisor.

The operation, implementation and review of this policy and identification of training requirements associated with safety objectives and targets for all employees/and or subcontractors of GR Engineering, will be monitored by the undersigned who is directly responsible for ensuring compliance in accordance with regulatory and legal requirements. This policy will be explained to each employee and subcontractor at induction training and displayed in all Company offices.

Environmental Policy

GR Engineering is committed to effective environmental management based on the following principles:

  • Compliance to environmental laws, regulations, codes, standards and other legal and contractual requirements.
  • Assess the potential environmental effects of their activities and monitor their environmental performance in order to have continual improvement.
  • Integrate environmental factors into project planning through communication with their clients and other stakeholders.
  • Manage hazardous waste in accordance with their clients and statutory requirements.

Quality Policy

GR Engineering is founded on a strong belief in their core values, which identify a commitment to innovation and delivery of quality based services and products.

In support of this, GR Engineering operates within the frame work of AS/NZS ISO 9000:2006.

The commitment by GR Engineering to quality requires all their employees, suppliers and subcontractors to accept responsibility to ensure their work, goods and services meet the standard to achieve engineering excellence.

Human Resources Policy

GR Engineering is a Company founded on a strong belief in their core values. These values drive them to constantly improve their working environment, with a focus on supporting the development and careers of their people. They are therefore committed to developing policies, standards and procedures that recognise the integral role that their people play in the success of the business.

GR Engineering aims to:

  • Work towards achieving a culture across the organisation that encourages people to contribute to the best of their ability and be recognised for their contribution.
  • Apply policies, standards and procedures in a fair and equitable manner regardless of position in the organisation.
  • Ensure the appropriate policy and support mechanisms are in place to promote a work environment that is free from harassment and discrimination.
  • Provide training and development that fulfils the strategic direction of GR Engineering and the development needs of their people.
  • Encourage our people to achieve their career goals within GR Engineering.
  • Ensure the appropriate mechanisms are in place for dealing with grievances in a timely and fair manner.
  • Ensure the GR Engineering policies, procedures and standards are communicated to their people to encourage compliance at all levels.
  • At all times ensure that the human resources function operates in compliance with the relevant legislation.

Community

GR Engineering is committed to playing a constructive role in the communities in which it operates.

They actively encourage and support our employees in their efforts to raise funds for charities through participation in events such as:

  • Rottnest Channel Swim
  • Perth City to Surf
  • Give Jeans a Chance
  • Australia's Biggest Morning Tea
  • Nissan Corporate Triathlon
  • Ride to Conquer Cancer
  • Youth Focus

GR Engineering is also proud of its continued support of the following charitable organisations:

Starlight Children's Foundation

GR Engineering is participating in the Safety for Starlight program that rewards safe workplace culture and celebrates the importance of incident free safety in their offices and work sites. GR Engineering has aligned a fundraising element to the success of achieving safety business objectives and KPI's by committing a daily donation to the Starlight Children's Foundation per LTI free day achieved in accordance with GR Engineering safety policies.

Food Rescue

GR Engineering supports Food Rescue WA by purchasing and contributing to the operation of a refrigerated food recovery and delivery van. Together with GR Engineering, Food Rescue helps feed over 5,500 people each week.

GR Engineering has been participating in the Australian Government AusAid Program. The objective of the AusAid program is to assist developing countries reduce poverty and achieve sustainable development, in line with Australia's national interest.

Training has been delivered in conjunction with MARCSTA and Curtin University, and has been presented to international delegations from Africa attending the Mining Regulation and Management Course. Training focuses on health, safety and risk management standards and processes utilised in the Australian Mining Industry.

GR Engineering is committed to playing a constructive role in the communities in which it operates. Their overseas project personnel have implemented training programs to educate the local workforce on the importance of correct safe work procedures and practices.


Services

Design and Construction

GR Engineering primarily delivers its projects via EPC turnkey design and construction arrangements and is focused on delivering its projects utilising in-house design and construction resources. The Company is also well placed to offer its services under traditional EPCM contracting arrangements.

GR Engineering has the capability to carry out all engineering design using in-house personnel including process, civil, structural, mechanical, piping, electrical and instrumentation / control design. Site structural, mechanical, piping and electrical construction and installation works are also carried out using directly employed GR Engineering personnel. Bulk earthworks and civil works are normally subcontracted to qualified, approved and well known subcontractors.

This delivery mechanism has significant advantages, including:

  • Enhanced safety;
  • Cost efficiencies;
  • Schedule savings;
  • Elimination of interface issues;
  • Enhanced quality;
  • Less site personnel via more efficient utilisation of labour;
  • Improved planning and less construction equipment on site;
  • Ensuring a single provider of all process warranties and performance guarantees; and
  • Elimination of cross discipline variations.
Design and Construction Services Provided by GR Engineering Include:
  • Design and construction of minerals processing facilities and associated infrastructure for complete greenfields or brownfields projects including plant modifications, upgrades and expansions;
  • Plant evaluation and condition reports;
  • Plant operations and maintenance support and optimisation;
  • Plant relocation, refurbishment and recommissioning; and
  • Provision of owners representatives and teams for project management and delivery.

GR Engineering provides its services for projects associated with a wide range of precious, bulk and industrial commodities.

Consulting

Consulting Services provided by GR Engineering:

  • Engineering and process design consulting services;
  • Feasibility studies ranging from scoping, pre-feasibility and definitive engineering studies through to bankable feasibility studies;
  • Plant evaluation and condition reports;
  • Plant operations and maintenance support and optimisation; and
  • Provision of owners representatives and teams for project management and delivery.

GR Engineering provides its services for projects associated with a wide range of precious and industrial commodities.

Asset Management

GR Engineering's extensive service offering supports its ability to provide value adding asset management services to its clients. GR Engineering has the expertise to manage assets from concept through to returnement, with the objective of achieving maximum asset performance and efficiency.

The objective of developing and implementing an asset management strategy is to guarantee maximum effectiveness of an asset by maintaining it efficiently to:

  • Ensure smooth plant operation and minimise risk of unforeseen breakdown;
  • Ensure availability of appropriate spares and materials;
  • Enable detailed maintenance budget forecasting;
  • Enable effective planning and scheduling of tasks and allocation of resources.

In the context of asset management, the lifecycle of an asset has five key phases:

  1. Concept - feasibility study/client specification
  2. Development - design and engineering
  3. Production - construction and commissioning
  4. Support - asset management strategy functional requirements
  5. Retirement - care, preservation, disposal

GR Engineering can develop and provide assistance in the development and implementation of core asset management requirements, and has the expertise to tailor components of the strategy to suit a client’s unique operational requirements.

GR Engineering can carry out gap analysis between the actual functional performance of an operation’s current asset management strategy and its potential performance, providing the operator with insight to areas which may be improved. The process involves determining, assessing and documenting the variance between the operation’s asset management requirements and its current capabilities, with a view to developing and implementing improvement plans. The measure of an asset's effectiveness is its ability to achieve increased equipment availability and reduced lifecycle cost.


Projects

Hemerdon Tungsten & Tin Project

Client

Wolf Minerals Limited

Award Date

March 2013

Forecast Completion Date

Q3 2015

Location

Near Plymouth, England

Scope of Work

GR Engineering has been engaged by Wolf Minerals for the engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) of a 3 Mtpa tungsten and tin processing plant and associated infrastructure. When operating, the project will produce around 21 tonnes of 65% grade WO3 and 7 tonnes of 25% tin concentrate per operating day. The process involves primary, secondary and tertiary crushing, dense media separation to upgrade sand and gravel sized material and spirals and tables to concentrate fines material. Magnetic separation is then used to separate and upgrade the tungsten and tin concentrates which are dried and packaged for container transport. GR Engineering is also responsible for much of the site infrastructure including a 70 Ml water reservoir, river pumping system, site offices, metallurgical laboratory and site drainage and drainage control systems.

Wetar Copper Expansion Project

Client

PT Batutua Tembaga Raya (a subsidiary of Finders Resources Limited (FND.ASX))

Award Date

October 2014

Forecast Completion Date

December 2015

Location

Wetar Island, Indonesia

Scope of Work

GR Engineering has been engaged by PT BTR to undertake the engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) of an upgrade to the SXEW copper plant at the Wetar Copper Project, located on Wetar Island in Maluku province, Republic of Indonesia. The project involves the provision of EPCM services associated with the refurbishment and recommissioning of the 18Ktpa SXEW plant formerly operated at Whim Creek in Western Australia, which when combined with existing processing infrastructure is intended to process 1.65Mtpa of sulphide ore and produce 25Ktpa of LME A grade copper cathode. GR Engineering is undertaking this project through its wholly owned Indonesian subsidiary, PT GR Engineering Services Indonesia.

Paraburdoo MRP

Client

Rio Tinto

Completion Date

April 2015

Location

Paraburdoo, Western Australia

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was engaged by Rio Tinto to undertake the design and construction of the Paraburdoo Moisture Reduction Project, which involved all structural, mechanical, piping and electrical works for the installation of two 85m2 horizontal vacuum belt filters to improve the dewatering of fines iron ore product.

GR Engineering was able to deliver an innovative design solution that provided its client with the flexibility to use the new belt filters and existing dewatering screens to classify and dewater the fines iron ore product. The solution provided by GR Engineering has the flexibility to divert the cyclone underflow onto the existing dewatering screens or across to the new belt filter area to provided minimal impact on production in the event of an outage. The belt filters are fed via a cyclone underflow system which reports to a set of pumping hoppers where the slurry is transferred across to the belt filters for dewatering before being discharged onto a product conveyor and transferred to stockyards.

Andy Well Processing Plant

Client

Doray Minerals Limited (ASX:DRM)

Completion Date

July 2013

Location

45km North of Meekatharra adjacent to the Great Northern Highway in Western Australia.

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was appointed by Doray to undertake the engineering, design, procurement, construction and commissioning of its new process plant facilities for the Andy Well Gold Project. The project required the development of a process plant capable of treating 165,000 tpa of underground ore.

The Andy Well process plant is designed for a nominal 20 tph milling rate. Run of mine material is fed to the crushing plant at a design rate of 60 tph with crushed ore storage capacity installed to provide a physical break between crushing and milling operations.

Ore is passed through a two stage crushing circuit. Crushed ore is stored in a fine ore bin with a live capacity of 360 tonnes. The grinding circuit consists of a single stage 500 kW ball mill. Gold recovery consists of both a gravity circuit containing gravity concentrators and intensive cyanidation unit and a conventional carbon in leach (CIL) arrangement consisting of seven CIL tanks. Loaded carbon is stripped of gold using a Split Anglo type elution circuit and gold will be subsequently recovered from the cathodes of the gravity and elution electrowinning cells.

GR Engineering commenced the EPC design and construction of the gold treatment plant in September 2012 and commissioned the project in July 2013, on budget and ahead of schedule.

Rasp Mine Concentrator

Client

CBH Resources Limited

Award Date

November 2010

Completion Date

April 2012

Location

Broken Hill, New South Wales

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was appointed by Broken Hill Operations Pty Ltd to undertake the engineering, design, procurement, construction and commissioning of the Rasp Mine zinc and lead Concentrator. The Zinc/Lead concentrating plant was designed for a throughput of 750,000 tonne per and will treat underground ore mined from the Rasp Mine located in the centre of the Broken Hill town. The concentrator site is located on the original mining first lease first operated by Broken Hill Mining Pty Ltd (BHP) in 1885.

The design of the project was completed by GRES using the Perth design team who utilising the Solid Edge 3D drafting package. The processing route was developed by Bill Gosling and Peter Allen who both have previous operational experience with lead and zinc concentrators at both Broken Hill and Cobar Mine Sites in NSW. The load out of the concentrate will use an innovated conveyor loading process whereby lead and zinc concentrate will be loaded directly into containers on discharge from the filters. The concentrator plant includes single stage crushing, with conveyors that deliver the ore to a coarse ore bin. Coarse ore is ground in a two stage grinding circuit that comprises a SAG mill and a ball mill. The ore/slurry from the grinding circuit is classified via the mill cyclones and the cyclone overflow undergoes flotation to produce separate lead and zinc concentrates. Lead and zinc concentrates produced in flotation are thickened in high rate thickeners. The thickened concentrates are pumped to dedicated concentrate storage tanks prior to filtration via separate filter presses. Filtered concentrate is loaded into containers for shipment off site via rail. Final tailings can be disposed either into a tailings storage facility or be pumped underground via a borehole and underground distribution system.

The construction work was performed between the period April 2011 to April 2012 and involved bulk earthworks preparation took approximately three months to complete due to a requirement to perform extensive excavation to re-contour the site and stabilise the ground to support the concentrator structures. The civil works campaign involved the installation of 2000 cubic metres of concrete foundations and process slabs for the concentrator site. At the peak of construction GRES had over 120 construction personnel working on the Rasp Mine site involved in structural, mechanical, piping and electrical installation work. GRES personnel have stood over 450 tonnes of structural steel along with the installation of over 500 individual pieces of processing equipment. The mechanical installation work will include installation of four mills, twenty eight Outotec flotation cells, three thickeners and two Ishigaki concentrate filter presses. The electrical and piping work will involve installation of over 21 kilometres of piping and 35 kilometres of electrical cable within the concentrator plant.

The construction works have passed 230,000 man hours without a lost time injury and were completed on schedule by April 2012.

Edna May Project

Client

Evolution Mining Limited (ASX: EVN) (formerly Catalpa Resources Ltd)

Location

The project is located 1.0 km north of Westonia (312 km east of Perth) in Western Australia.

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was appointed by Catalpa Resources Limited to undertake the engineering, design, procurement, construction and commissioning of the Edna May gold processing plant. Catalpa had previously procured the old Big Bell processing plant, equipment and infrastructure to meet most of the processing requirements. Additional equipment was required to meet the duty requirements of the upgraded processing plant. Part of the GR Engineering scope was to manage the refurbishment of this plant and incorporate it into the Edna May plant design.

The plant is designed to treat an ore blend, at a throughput of 2,800,000 tpa. The grinding and wet plant circuits are designed to process ore at a treatment rate of 340 tpa. The plant is designed with provision for an expansion in processing capacity to 3,200,000 tpa.

Blended ore is processed through a conventional single stage jaw crushing circuit. Crushed ore is stored on a coarse ore stockpile with a live capacity of approximately 3,800 tonnes. The grinding circuit consists of a primary SAG mill, secondary ball mill and pebble crushing circuit. Gold recovery consists of both a gravity circuit containing gravity concentrator and intensive cyanidation units and a hybrid CIP/CIL circuit, consisting of 2 leach and 6 adsorption vessels. Loaded carbon is stripped of gold using a pressure Zadra type elution circuit and gold will be subsequently recovered from the cathodes of the gravity and elution electrowinning cells.

GR Engineering commenced the EPC design, construction and refurbishment of the process plant facilities in May 2009 and the project was completed in May 2010.

Capacity upgrade

Subsequent to the completion of the Edna May gold processing plant, GR Engineering has undertaken a capacity upgrade facilitated by the supply, installation and commissioning of a second hand, 24m diameter tailings thickener to assist with water recovery, design and installation of a fuel farm and the design and implementation of various plant improvement and debottlenecking projects.

Cosmic Boy Concentrator

Client

Western Areas NL (ASX:WSA)

Location

The project is located approximately 100 km south east of Hyden in Western Australia .

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was appointed by Western Areas NL to undertake the engineering, design, procurement, construction and commissioning of the Forrestania Nickel Project Cosmic Boy Concentrator.

The nickel sulphide flotation process plant was designed for a process throughput of 250,000 tpa, at a nominal treatment rate of 31 tph, with provision for an expansion in processing capacity to a throughput of 650,000 tpa.

The plant receives ore delivered to the ROM pad from various underground ore sources. Processing includes primary crushing, conveying, coarse ore storage and SAG milling incorporating flash flotation to produce a nickel concentrate.

Concentrate is dewatered via thickening and filtration to produce a concentrate suitable for dispatch via trucking and shipping. Process plant tails are thickened prior to being pumped to the tailings storage facility.

The concentrator is a combination of new and secondhand equipment and GR Engineering were responsible for the development of the refurbishment scope of works for the integration of the equipment into the design.

GR Engineering commenced the EPC contract in March 2008 and works were completed on schedule early in February 2009. Project works were completed without incurring a single lost time injury.

Higginsville Treatment Plant

Client

Avoca Resources Limited

Location

The project is located approximately 50 km north of Norseman in the Eastern Goldfields region of Western Australia.

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was appointed by Avoca Resources Limited to undertake the engineering, design, procurement, construction and commissioning for the new process plant facilities at Higginsville Treatment Plant. The project required the development of a gold concentrator to treat 1.0 Mt per year of underground ore.

The Higginsville Treatment Plant is designed for a nominal 123 tph milling rate, run of mine material is fed to the crushing plant at a design rate of 225 tph with crushed ore storage capacity installed to provide a break between crushing and milling operations. The gold concentrator is designed as a conventional carbon in leach (CIL) arrangement.

Underground ore is crushed to nominally minus 9 mm in a three stage hard rock crushing plant and then slurried and milled to nominally minus 0.075 mm (75 µm) in a single stage 3 MW ball mill in a closed circuit with hydrocylones. The comminution circuit includes a gravity gold circuit consisting of a gravity concentrator and an intensive cyanidation circuit. The balance of gold recovery is obtained from a seven tank CIL circuit, four tonne pressure Zadra elution circuit and electrowinning systems.

GRES commenced the EPC design and construction of the gold treatment plant in May 2007, with Practical Completion achieved 7 June 2008.

Randalls 1Mtpa Upgrade

Client

Integra Mining Ltd (ASX: IGR)

Location

The project is located 65km south east of Kalgoorlie (700km east of Perth) in Western Australia.

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was appointed by Integra Mining to undertake the engineering, design, procurement, construction and commissioning of the Randalls 1 Mtpa Process Plant Upgrade. The existing crushing plant did not form part of the upgraded plants scope of works. The wet plant upgrade consisted mainly of the installation of the Integra owned ex New Celebration ball mill, an additional leach tank, new upgraded gravity circuit, larger reagents storage facilities and installation of a second lime silo.

Prior to the upgrade the plant was capable of treating an ore throughput of 800,000 tpa. The grinding and wet plant circuits were designed to process ore at a treatment rate of 95.5 tph. The plant upgrade was designed to increase the treated ore throughput to 1,000,000 tpa with the grinding and wet circuits now being capable of processing ore at a treatment rate of 125 tph.

The upgrade now sees ore processed through a three stage crushing circuit. Crushed ore is stored in a fine ore bin with a live capacity of 3,000 tonnes. The grinding circuit consists of both a primary and secondary ball mill. Gold recovery consists of both a gravity circuit containing two gravity concentrators an intensive cyanidation unit and hybrid CIP circuit comprising two leach tanks and six adsorption vessels. Gold is stripped from the loaded using a pressure Zadra type elution circuit consisting of two elution columns and the gold is subsequently recovered from the cathodes of the gravity and electrowinning cells.

GR Engineering commenced the EPC design, construction and refurbishment of the process plant upgrade in February 2011 and commenced onsite construction works in April 2011 with the upgrade project works being completed in August 2011.

Checker Processing Plant

Client

Ramelius Resources Limited (ASX: RMS)

Location

The Checker Processing Plant is located at the Hill Fifty mine at Mt Magnet in Western Australia approximately 650km North of Perth.

Project History

The Checker Process Plant is an existing gold plant located at the town of Mount Magnet in Western Australia. The operation is owned by Ramelius Resources Ltd after purchase from Harmony Gold NL in July 2010. The Checker Processing Plant was previously operated by Mt Magnet Gold NL until it was decommissioned in December 2008.

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was appointed by Ramelius Resources Ltd to project manage, design, procure and construct the Mt Magnet Gold Project, incorporating the Checker Processing Plant facilities refurbishment and recommissioning.

The refurbished and modified Checker Processing Plant will be capable of an annualised processing rate of 1.7Mtpa, upgradable to 2.4Mtpa.

The plant receives ore delivered to the ROM pad from various open pit ore sources. Processing includes primary crushing, conveying, coarse ore storage, primary and secondary milling, gravity gold circuit consisting of a gravity concentrator and an intensive cyanidation circuit. The balance of gold recovery is obtained from a seven tank CIL circuit, four tonne pressure Zadra elution circuit and electrowinning systems.

GR Engineering commenced the EPC design, procure, construction and refurbishment of the processing plant facilities in April 2011 and the project was completed in November 2011.

Telfer Dump Leach LP237 Project

Client

Newcrest Mining Limited. (ASX:NCM)

Award Date

April 2012

Completion Date

December 2012

Project Type

Brownfields EPC

Location

450 KM East of Port Headland on the edge of the Great Sandy Desert.

Scope of Work

GR Engineering was awarded a design and construct contract by Newcrest Mining Limited for the refurbishment and relocation of the existing Dump Leach CIC Plant and new facilities associated at the Telfer Mine Site.

The new pumping facilities designed for the barren & pregnant dams were located around the refurbished recycle dam pump station and the refurbished lines feeding to the existing leach pads. The existing carbon in column plant (CIC) located at leach pad 1 which had not been in use since the early 2000’s and located some 2 Km from the new plant facilities was dismantled, refurbished and relocated to form the main process portion of the facilities. New air, water and reagents facilities where designed and located at the new site. The reagents consisted of cyanide and antiscalent compounds as part of the process.

Design drawings for all new works were completed by GR Engineering.The installation of all structural, mechanical, piping & electrical was completed and managed on site by GR Engineering personnel. Bulk earthworks were designed by GR Engineering and carried out by Newcrest and the civil installation component of the works was managed by GR Engineering.


Price History

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Forecast Ratios

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Contact Info

GR Engineering Services Limited

179 Great Eastern Highway
Belmont, WA
Australia, 6104

Phone: +61 8 6272 6000
Fax: +61 8 6272 6001
Email: gres@gres.com.au
Website: http://www.gres.com.au

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