Morococha silver mine

Morococha silver mine

Morococha is an underground polymetallic silver mine located in the district of Yauli, in the central Andes of Peru. Pan American entered into an agreement in 2004 to purchase the mine and currently has a total ownership interest of approximately 92.3%. Silver, zinc, lead, and copper mineralization is present as a complex system of epithermal veins, mantos, and limestone replacements. The mining method is overhand cut and fill, shrinkage, and mechanized room and pillar.

Construction Management (CM)

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Juana Rosa closure pit control quality assurance (CQA) for the wastewater collection system.

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Geotechnical studies

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First stage of geotechnical study of concentrator plant foundation.

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Construction Management (CM)

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Nelly pit closure Control Quality Assurance (CQA).

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Detailed engineering

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Detailed engineering of Nelly, Juana Rosa and Tashman closure pits.

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Feasibility studies

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Study of alternatives for the location of dumps dam. Feasibility study of Juana Rosa tailing deposit. Soil study for camp construction.

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Basic Engineering Design (BED)

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Conceptual design of materials transportation from 6 dumps location to preset location given by the mine. Feasibility study revision of deposits Sierra Nevada, Tashman and Codiciada closure.

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Project Status
Production
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MOROCOCHA

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