85 km east of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories
The 7 abandoned former mine sites of Bullmoose, Ruth, Spectrum, Beaulieu, Joon, Chipp, and Storm are collectively referred to as the Bullmoose-Ruth Area Mine Sites. The remediation project included constructing a landfill at Bullmoose and a landfill at Ruth, transporting hazardous waste off-site for disposal, transporting waste from the remote sites to the Bullmoose landfill, sealing mine openings with concrete seals, sealing mine openings with PUF foam, demolishing abandoned structures, quarry development, earthworks, treatment of hydrocarbon-impacted soil, sediment remediation, Bullmoose Creek reconstruction, and two seasons of constructing over 130 kms of winter road to access the sites.
GREAT SLAVE LAKE AREA MINES
East Arm Great Slave Lake, Northwest Territories
The four former mine sites of Outpost Island, Blanchet Island, Wilson Island, and the Waldron River Property are collectively known as the GSL Area Mine sites. The remediation project included accessing the remote sites by barge, earthworks, sealing mine openings, transporting hazardous waste off-site for disposal, concrete demolition, excavation and off-site disposal of metal-impacted soils and debris from Outpost Island, and construction of a containment cell at Blanchet Island.
Mine Development Project
Mill Building Internal Steel Erection and Main Camp Steel Erection
The Brucejack Mine Mill Building and Main Camp steel erection required supply and fabrication, including the engineering and design of all the required connections and all coatings, of all the internal structural and external portal building steel framing, platforms, floor decking, floor grating, stairs, guardrails, and ladders.
EAGLE GOLD PROJECT
Mine Development Project
85 km north east of Mayo in central Yukon
The Eagle Gold mine began construction in 2017 and is estimated to be the largest gold mine in Yukon history. The Eagle gold mine will consist of an open pit operation with a three-stage crushing plant, in-valley heap leach and carbon-in-leach adsorption-desorption gold recovery plant.
Kitikmeot Region – Nunavut
Site Stabilization Project
The Jericho Site Stabilization project consisted of both environmental remediation and civil construction efforts to stabilize or mitigate residual risks associated with a closed Nunavut diamond mine. The stabilization work including aircraft mobilization logistics from Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, hazardous materials abatement, fuel recovery, tank decommissioning, dam breaches (excavation and blasting), tailings cover and the construction of a containment cell.
Endako Mine Expansion Project
Operational Mine PROJECT
Endako, BC 160 km northwest of Prince George, BC
The Endako Mine is a surface molybdenum mine located near Fraser Lake, British Columbia. The Endako Mine was a fully integrated facility that began operations in 1965. FORWARD Mining partner Formula Contractors installed cladding, steel structures, and a conveyor as part of the Mine Expansion.