Golden Predator Mining Corp. has established a 49-person, all-season camp at the Brewery Creek mine site located near Dawson City, Yukon, Canada. The new camp facilities, which include dorm rooms, an 80-person industrial kitchen, recreational and mud room, and arctic corridors, will be added to the current 24-person camp and maintenance/office facilities and will provide all the on-site accommodations required for contemplated development and operational activities at the Brewery Creek mine.
The proximity of the Brewery Creek mine to the community will allow much of the workforce to live and work from Dawson City, with anticipated shuttle service, significantly reducing the personnel required to be housed in camp, according to Golden Predator Mining.
“The camp is now installed with maintenance work ongoing through the winter to ensure a fully operational camp for the spring startup,” said Janet Lee-Sheriff, CEO, Golden Predator. “In addition to realizing significant upfront capital savings, the camp enables a more aggressive execution schedule once anticipated construction begins.”
In related news, the company recently appointed Mike Maslowski as COO. He will lead the mine development team and is charged with advancing the Brewery Creek mine through development toward planned operations. Maslowski will coordinate and manage all the construction, mine development and activities at the Brewery Creek mine. In addition, the company said he would oversee the continuing expansion of the project through aggressive mine site exploration, environmental studies, permitting and future development.