WA-based GR Engineering Services and Lycopodium have been selected for definitive feasibility studies at a uranium project and lithium project, respectively.
Boss Resources has contracted GR Engineering as the lead study consultant for its DFS at the Honeymoon uranium project in South Australia.
The contract continues the relationship between the two companies, starting in 2016 when GR Engineering was appointed as lead consultant on Honeymoon’s pre-feasibility study.
Boss said it expected GR Engineering is to ramp-up its work on the DFS quickly, as the company already completed a significant package of advanced technical work since it acquired the project from Uranium One in December 2015.
Mali Lithium, formerly Birimian, appointed Lycopodium to complete the DFS for its Goulamina lithium project in the West African country of Mali.
Mali Lithium said Lycopodium has successfully designed, constructed and commissioned seven greenfield projects in Africa during the past two years.
The company released a pre-feasibility study through DRA Global for the $196 million project in October 2017.