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Endako Mine

Aecon has been awarded an $80 million contract by Hatch and  The Joint Venture of Thompson Creek Minerals and Sojitz Corporation to install virtually all the processing equipment, along with the associated piping, electrical and instrumentation at the Endako mine site at Fraser Lake British Columbia. Aecon is also erecting the structural steel and finishing various extensions to the building.         

As many as 400 L&H employees are working at the mine at any one time, forty of whom are in staff and supervisory positions.

This is one of the largest concentrators that Aecon has built and, combined with the remote location, present some logistical challenges.  For example, the Village of Fraser Lake, the nearest community, is nestled in the heart of some of British Columbia’s most beautiful scenery but with just over a thousand residents it is not equipped to handle the influx of workers needed for this project.

As a result, the mine’s owners set up a camp about 25 kilometres from the mine with trailers, a dining hall and recreation facilities and buses to take the workers to and from the job site.

The project commenced in September 2010 and will complete in December 2011.

Processing Equipment installed includes:

  • mill feed conveyors
  • grinding circuit (sag mill and two ball mills)
  • flotation equipment
  • regrind equipment
  • secondary crushing equipment
  • tailings pumping system
  • 80,000 feet of piping

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