12/11/2008 - 08:54

GRD's new contract on BHP's Olympic Dam

12/11/2008 - 08:54

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Perth-based engineering firm, GRD Minproc has been awarded an ore processing technology contract on the world's largest uranium deposit and a world scale copper and gold resource, BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam Expansion Project.

Perth-based engineering firm, GRD Minproc has been awarded an ore processing technology contract on the world's largest uranium deposit and a world scale copper and gold resource, BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam Expansion Project.

GRD Group chief executive Cliff Lawrenson said the award of the contract was further recognition of GRD Minproc's engineering expertise across a range of commodities.

GRD Minproc has previously worked with BHP Billiton on the Olympic Dam Expansion Project through the provision of preliminary engineering for a demonstration plant to evaluate an alternative uranium recovery process.

 

 

 

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GRD Minproc wins second Olympic Dam Contract


GRD Limited (ASX:GRD) today announced that engineering and project delivery business GRD Minproc has been awarded the contract to provide engineering services for various ore processing technology studies as part of BHP Billiton's Olympic Dam Expansion Project.


Olympic Dam is the world's largest uranium deposit and a world scale copper and gold resource.


The three year services contract will involve GRD Minproc engineers applying their expertise to a range of process flow sheet options and alternative technology developments to maximise safety, recovery and efficiency.


GRD Limited Group Chief Executive Cliff Lawrenson said the award of the contract was further recognition of GRD Minproc's engineering expertise across a range of commodities.


"Our people are world leaders in the design and delivery of uranium, copper and gold projects and we look forward to continued involvement in the world scale Olympic Dam Expansion Project," Mr Lawrenson said.


GRD Minproc has previously worked with BHP Billiton on the Olympic Dam Expansion Project through the provision of preliminary engineering for a demonstration plant to evaluate an alternative uranium recovery process.

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