Consultants often only provide high-level advice. Yet, clients expect interdisciplinary teams of experts with deep industry knowledge and a solid understanding of the history of their assets. They want consultants who can combine proven problem-solving approaches with the latest engineering and technical knowledge and deep understanding of how organizations can unlock the full potential of their people.
As organizations go through change, when it comes to managing that change, it’s critical to have a dedicated leadership team that’s committed–to communicating with honesty, to understanding your people, and to leading by example. And to do so effectively takes a lot of hard work.
TraPac Terminal Automation Support
Water sampling at depth with drones
Hatch-Glencore Technology Venture
Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
Kemano Second Tunnel (T2) Project
British Columbia, Canada
Sulfuric Acid Plant
Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)
Rosslyn Brewery Cogeneration Plant
Voisey's Bay Mine Expansion
Resolution Copper Mine — No. 9 Shaft Deepening Project
Arizona, United States
Burnhamthorpe Water Project
Tugela River Pedestrian Bridge
11th AQW International Conference in Gladstone, Australia in September 2018
Mining Magazine, July/August 2017
AISTECH 2017 - 8-11 May 2017 Nashville, Tenn, USA
All Technical Papers
Thursday, November 14, 2019
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