In this issue... On the path to digitalization—how the mining industry is adapting to change | Digital Twin: more than a buzzword | Tunnel boring machine breaks through at Kemano T2 project
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On the path to digitalization—how the mining industry is adapting to change
Through technology, mining is improving its global footprint, supporting efforts to combat climate change, and contributing valuable resources that help make electrification and decarbonization possible.
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Digital Twin: more than a buzzword
Subject matter experts Yale Zhang and Thessy Moodley discuss Digital Twin technology, focusing on value delivery and improvement opportunities without getting caught up in the hype.
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Tunnel boring machine breaks through at Kemano T2 project
In a major milestone for Rio Tinto’s Kemano T2 hydropower project, the tunnel boring machine has broken through to complete its journey.
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Sun Cable announces global expert team to deliver the Australia-Asia PowerLink project
AAPowerLink will create a game-changing, world-first renewable energy infrastructure system, integrating a range of technologies and infrastructure to develop one of the world’s largest solar farms.
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Complex Kenmare relocation wins a 2021 Construction World Best Projects award
The WCP-B relocation project holds a world record for both the largest and heaviest pieces of mining equipment to be transported in one piece, by road, using self-propelled modular transporters.
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Ashbridges Bay Treatment Plant Outfall project featured on season finale of new show, Impossible Repairs
The City of Toronto, Hatch, and Southland Holdings play host to provide viewers with a front-row seat to the largest wastewater outfall in Canada.
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Hatch RobertsDay wins 2021 Australian Urban Design award
The award recognizes contemporary Australian urban design of the highest quality and encourages innovation in the built environment across cities, towns, and communities.
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Nominate your project for the Hatch-CIM Mining and Minerals Project Development Safety Award
Until December 5, the Canadian Institute of Mining, Metallurgy and Petroleum (CIM) is accepting nominations for the 2022 Hatch–CIM Mining & Minerals Project Development Safety Award.
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Hatch recognized with an award by the Colombian Security Council
This award recognizes a commitment to the continuous improvement of the Occupational Health and Safety Management System and protection of the environment. Read more »
Hatch once again named one of Canada’s Safest Employers for 2021
The annual awards program recognizes outstanding health and safety organizations in a range of industries. Read more »
Hatch LTK celebrates 100th anniversary with day of service
Employees spent part of their workday creating positive change by volunteering in their local communities, including food banks, parks, and cultural centers. Read more »
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