Robin Kalanchey and Scott Weston discuss the benefits of a combined engineering and environmental team.
In this webinar, our experts will explain how revenues, operating and capital expenditures can be optimised and prioritised to increase value for stakeholders.
In this webinar, our experts will discuss how to achieve high Net Present Value in project delivery.
Delivering the Mina Justa Project safely during a pandemic.
For the first time, Ausenco is expanding its school leavers scholarship to Perth, aiming to attract top young talent in this highly-competitive market.
In this webinar, our experts explore common questions that can help guide the decisions you make around both the mineral process methodology and the transportation solution that are best for your project.
This joint webinar with AusIMM is the third instalment of our series where we investigate the changing landscape of minerals processing projects through a project lifecycle.
This paper leverages the Newmont Goldcorp data to review various methods for assessing comminution circuit efficiency.
Thomas Mills, Process Engineer, explores some of the key questions project owners should ask when evaluating locations for hydrometallurgical battery refineries in North America.
Joel Shirriff, Global Practice Lead, Terminals & Transportation, discusses the impacts that challenging geographies can have on a project.
Joel Shirriff, Global Practice Lead, Terminals & Transportation, discusses why doing more can sometimes cost less.
In an interview with the Pan-American Mining Magazine, Simon Cmrlec, President, Americas Project Delivery, discusses the success of the Constancia Copper Project in Peru.
Congratulations to John Sherstobitoff, recipient of the 2019 Association of Consulting Engineering Companies (ACEC) Meritorious Achievement Award.
Congratulations to Ausenco Project Manager, Tamara Champ, for receiving the 2019 Women Leaders in Projects Scholarship from the John Grill Centre for Project Leadership at the University of Sydney.
Ron Douglas, our EVP Project Delivery, discusses the factors resulting from poor Feasibility Studies that contribute to failure.
Ausenco took home three awards at the 24th Annual Association of Consulting Engineering Companies – British Columbia (ACEC-BC) Awards Gala on Saturday 6 April.
We are delighted to announce that Matthew McGowan has joined Ausenco as EVP Corporate Development & Strategy.
Risk reduction, trust between project owners and contractors, technology and development demand are hot topics in the mining industry. Ausenco’s VP Project Delivery Ron Douglas’ comments on these topics are featured in an article published in International Mining.
Greg Lane, Ausenco’s Chief Technical Officer has been elected to the Board of the Coalition of Energy Efficient Comminution (CEEC)
We are incredibly honoured to receive the top Canadian Consulting Engineering award - the Schreyer Award, in addition to an Award of Excellence, for the Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel project.
Recent developments in containerized bulk handling technology remove many of the challenges associated with conventional containers and offer opportunities for increased efficiency.
An interview with John Sherstobitoff, Principal, Seismic & Structures on winning the 2017 Canadian Consulting Engineers' (CCE) Schreyer Award for the Port Mann Water Supply Tunnel Project.
The first large scale application of modern heap leach technology was in the early 1980’s at the Lo Aquirre Project in Chile
In this first of a three-part series, we ask Greg Lane, Ausenco’s Chief Technical Officer, to look back at what’s changed during his time in the industry.
In this Insight we share a personal profile of Elie Accad, Director, Africa Region, Minerals & Metals
In this Insight we share a personal profile of Ben Patterson, Project Manager, Minerals & Metals
In the final of our three-part Insight interview with Greg Lane, Ausenco’s Chief Technical Officer, we explore his career journey and why he thrives on being an “unreasonable man”.
In this Insight, Maryanne Mason discusses how the Burlington team’s solution to reduce the annual grid power usage of the region resulted in a multi-million dollar grant for our client’s facility.
In this Insight we share a personal profile of Roberto Easdale, Director of Pipelines, South America.
Pipelines are great alternatives for transporting suitable bulk mineral products. When buried, they present low environmental and visual impacts along their routes, and operational costs are both low and predictable.
Insight article by Karl Visnovec and Dr. Rajiv Chandramohan, Technical Director, Operational Optimisation.