Bowman Consulting Group has secured a combined $1.9 million of assignments through two new mining contracts in Arizona. Under the first contract, Bowman will oversee the comprehensive design work for a solvent extraction plant feasibility study, which includes process, geotechnical, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering. The project for which Bowman will be providing design services includes two miles of haul road pavement and stormwater control design; survey services for stockpiled ore and mine water lines; leach pad construction; mined land reclamation; and mapping of a mine railroad.
The second contract is for survey and construction quality assurance (CQA) services for a 53-acre leach pad. Bowman’s CQA services will help to streamline the installation of liner subgrade, geomembrane and geosynthetic clay line, a solutions collection pipe network and the placement of over-liner drain rock.
“Bowman’s mining expertise positions us to continue delivering best-in-class services for our mining clients’ infrastructure and mineral processing facility needs,” said Bruce Larson, EVP for engineering services at Bowman. “We continually apply our extensive industry experience to every mining assignment to drive innovation and contribute to the long-term sustainability of our clients’ projects. We appreciate the continued confidence our clients demonstrate in us with each new project assignment.”