We are the leading mining technical services provider, consisting of professionals specialising in geology, mining engineering (Surface & Underground), geotechnical engineering, mine ventilation and operational management.
â€‹From a small two man consulting company based in Perth Western Australia, Mining Plus to date has grown to have a global presence across multiple mining disciplines.
â€‹Our core capability is in geology, mining engineering, and geotechnical engineering, covering a broad range of mineral commodities and project types, enhanced by strategic alliances in other core disciplines.
â€‹We have grown and diversified over the years to cover a broad range of mineral commodities across the project value chain, from the conceptual stage of projects, right through to feasibility study work, project delivery, commissioning, and mine closure.
Mining Plus can integrate seamlessly with your project teams to deliver results with the flexibility of working remotely or mobilising to site.
â€‹Our operations are conducted with an underlying emphasis on innovative thinking coupled with a practical approach.
Mining Plus has had the privilege of working in all corners of the world throughout our rich history. Our passion for our great industry comes from the understanding that Geology and Mining is a global “language” and this is represented by the locations we have worked.
Some highlights include the largest mineralisation systems on earth based in Australia to the coldest parts of the world in Russia and Canada to the highest mines in the mountains of Peru and Chile to the deepest mines in South Africa to the biggest open pits in the US. It is however not only about the “most” it is also about everything in between from deserts, jungles, cities, rivers, oceans, farmland and just the plain old bush.
â€‹With over 1,850 projects for 630 customers in 40 countries over a range of different commodities we have built a diverse experience base and reputation.
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