Copperstone Project

Project Highlights:

  • Underground Geotechnics
  • Waste Rock Storage
  • Water Management
  • Tailings Storage Facility Design

Tierra Group International, Ltd. participated as the geotechnical lead engineering firm for the Copperstone Project Pre-Feasibility Study (PFS) in Arizona, U.S.A. Tierra Group was responsible for tailings and waste rock storage, water management and underground geotechnics design and cost estimates prepared for a NI 43-101 Technical Report prepared by Hard Rock Consulting, LLC. Tierra Group also assisted the mine owner, Kerr Mines Inc., evaluating underground mining methods and developing a ground control plan.

Project Highlights:

  • Underground Geotechnics
  • Waste Rock Storage
  • Water Management
  • Tailings Storage Facility Design

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