This article explores industry drivers and challenges facing current projects.
At Ausenco, our ultimate objective is to develop solutions that maximize our client's return on investment while managing technical risks and environmental, social & governance (ESG) factors. By establishing the best fit-for-purpose mineral and metal extraction processes, we achieve the highest project value based on capital costs, operating costs and metal recovery.
We are honoured to be awarded Excellence for both Safest Mining and Natural Resources Employer and Best Health & Safety Culture at the recent Canada’s Safest Employers Awards virtual gala. These awards speak to our exceptional employees who live and breathe our value of “Safety in all we do.”
In this webinar, our experts will discuss the future of ESG and mining and the steps needed to survive and thrive.
In this interview, we speak with Everson Tedardi, Vice President of Ausenco Brazil about the company’s purpose, the current commodity super cycle, and how Ausenco adds value to mining projects.
With a global push to reduce our carbon footprint and implement more effective environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG), Ausenco is leading environmentally conscious design solutions for the mining industry.
Kevin Brady, Director of Sustainability Services shares how ESG performance is shifting expectations in the mining industry.
Designed by our experts, the new Ravenswood Gold processing plant can be operated efficiently across a range of capacities, with 32% lower water and energy intensity.
Everson brings over 36 years’ experience in engineering, project and construction management to his new role.
Industry veteran brings with him extensive global financing expertise in the mining industry
Claudio Lesch discusses the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning of Mantoverde, but also the start up and handover to operations
In this webinar, our experts will explain how revenues, operating and capital expenditures can be optimised and prioritised to increase value for stakeholders.
An interview with Jo Mackenzie, General Manager of Operations and Maintenance
Engineers Australia, the industry’s peak body in Australia, inducted Zimi Meka into the Engineers Australia Queensland Hall of Fame. This honour reflects Zimi’s lifetime passion for engineering, his genuine commitment to community, his business acumen and his contributions to Australia.
We are honoured to win silver in the Mining and Natural Resources category at the 2019 Canada’s Safest Employers awards.
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.
Whilst the technical and commercial feasibility for long distance slurry pipelines is now well proven in mining and other industries, existing pipeline assets are ageing. In this new, mature phase in the slurry pipeline industry, there now exists an increased risk of failure. Ausenco’s Pipeline Users’ Symposium was developed to progress industry excellence for long distance slurry pipelines.
We are tremendously honoured to win gold in the Mining and Natural Resources category at the 2018 Canada’s Safest Employers awards.
Having built over 80% of the world's long distance slurry pipelines, Ausenco is well placed to lead a discussion on preventative maintenance and integrity plans for these assets. Ausenco’s JP Fortin explains how in a recent interview with Mining Weekly.
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.
Ausenco was named a Silver Recipient winner in the category of Mining and Natural Resources at the 2015 Canada’s Safest Employers Awards and Gala in Toronto, Canada on 28 October. Presented annually by Canadian Occupational Safety magazine, the event brings together companies from across Canada who are advancing occupational health and safety practices in their industry sector.
Ausenco has been selected as a finalist in the 2013 PACE Zenith Awards
Ausenco Limited (ASX: AAX) today announced it had secured an Optimise phase contract with Karara Mining Limited (Karara) to provide engineering and project support services for Karara’s iron ore operation in Western Australia. Click here to download PDF. SHARE
Ausenco Rylson has been announced the winner of the award for best Cost Saving Initiative at the Queensland Mining Contractors Awards.
Determining an ideal pit to port solution involves a holistic view of the project
How we're delivering innovation within the mining industry
At Ausenco, we are committed to providing our minerals and metals clients with exceptional end-to-end services at all stages of a project to ensure that from ‘pit-to-port,’ our clients’ project needs are not only met but exceeded.
Ausenco is embracing the latest when it comes to visualization technology (e.g. VR/AR) to enhance solutions for clients
Presented at the Pan-American Conference on Soil Mechanics and Geotechnical Engineering, Cancun, Mexico, Nov 2019.
Paper presented by Dr. Rajiv Chandramohan at Future Mining 2019, Sydney, Australia, 19 November, 2019
Paper presented by Maedeh Tayebi-Khorami at AusIMM Life of Mine Conference, Brisbane, 26 July 2018.
In Proceedings Metplant 2015 pp 163–174 (The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy: Melbourne).