GR Engineering Services has been awarded additional work by Bluestone Mines Tasmania that has a combined value of A$31.7 million. The work will be performed by GR Engineering’s team in Queensland and Tasmania.
“GR Engineering has been pleased to support Bluestone Mines on multiple projects over the last two years and has developed a strong working relationship with management and the on-site team,” said Geoff Jones, managing director.
The new projects include an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract involving the design, supply installation and commissioning of a new paste backfill plant and associated infrastructure at the Renison tin operation. Early front end engineering design work on the plant has been completed with a project value of $23.9 million.
GR Engineering also received an EPC contract for the HV Power Upgrade project that includes the design, supply and installation of new transforms and HV switchgear for Bluestone’s existing main switchyard. The project has commenced and the value of work is $7.8 million.
Bluestone Mines Tasmania is a 50:50 joint venture between Metals X Ltd and Yunnan Tin Group. The Renison tin operation, which is located on the west coast of Tasmania, is one of the world’s largest and highest-grade tin mines.
Source: GR Engineering Services