Conducting a feasibility study on the process facilities and associated infrastructure in Greenland
Tetra Tech offers a full range of services for the pre-development stage of the complete mine life cycle.
Tetra Tech provides mining consulting for prefeasibility and feasibility mine engineering, planning, and costing including open cut and underground mine design, processing, infrastructure, heap leach, resource modeling, tailings, and mine water management.
Our service offerings range from conceptual evaluation of production alternatives, preliminary economic assessments, and scoping to pre-feasibility and feasibility studies, along with detailed engineering work. All services meet standards required by the Toronto Stock Exchange’s National Instrument (NI) 43-101 regulations, the Australian Stock Exchange’s Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC) Code, the London Stock Exchange’s Alternative Investment Market (AIM) Rules, the South African Minerals Code for the Reporting of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves (SAMREC), and other reporting standards.
- Exploration planning, quantification, and validation
- Preliminary economic assessments and scoping studies
- Feasibility studies and pre-feasibility studies
- Process development and engineering
- Mine design and rock mechanics
- Mine water management
- Waste management and tailings
- Facility engineering design
- Environmental planning and permitting strategy
Health and Safety Commitment
Tetra Tech is a leader in safety performance, consistently applying health and safety practices to all projects around the world. This commitment to safety excellence extends across the entire organization—from corporate leadership to local project staff. Clients have direct access to our program information and ratings through BROWZ and ISNetworld.
Environmental and Social Responsibility
Tetra Tech helps mining companies build and maintain relationships with communities and local governments. We offer expertise to support corporate social responsibility and environmental programs, as well as adherence to the Equator Principles for determining, assessing, and managing social and environmental risks and the associated reporting requirement for funding emerging mine projects and significant mine expansions.