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GR Engineering appointed as Mardie lead engineer

Mining News - Published on Wed, 20 Mar 2019

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BCI Minerals Limited announced the appointment of GR Engineering Services Limited as the lead engineer for the Mardie Salt & Potash Project Definitive Feasibility Study. GR Engineering is a reputable Perth-based engineering group with significant experience in study management, engineering design and construction of resource projects in Western Australia and globally, both as EPCM and EPC contractor. Members of the GR Engineering team nominated for this engagement have appropriate experience in salt operation and sulphate of potash study management.

As lead DFS engineer, GR Engineering will be responsible for coordination and integration of the process and engineering design packages for the ponds & crystallisers, salt plant, SOP plant and port facilities. GR Engineering will also prepare and verify the DFS level capital and operating cost estimates and will undertake the design and supervision of pre-FID site works and supporting infrastructure during 2019. This site works will include a 135-hectare trial pond, seawater intake pumps, ~20km upgrade of access roads, initial accommodation camp and power generation.

Mr Alwyn Vorster, BCI’s Managing Director, commented “We are focused on delivering a high quality DFS that will place BCI in a strong position to reach a final investment decision by the first quarter of 2020. GR Engineering’s technical ability and project management strengths will make them a valuable partner to BCI as Mardie is progressed towards full project construction."

Mr Geoff Jones, GR Engineering Managing Director, commented “The Mardie Project is a unique development opportunity for BCI. GR Engineering is pleased to be involved with this high profile Western Australian project. We look forward to working closely with BCI to deliver high quality results in alignment with the planned schedule and cost.”

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Wed, 20 Mar 2019
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