Turner Mining Group Secures Turnkey Mining Contract Through 2030
Turner Mining Group continues to broaden its turnkey mining capabilities and ore processing services with a newly awarded 8-year contract in the eastern U.S. The scope of work includes full site development, earthworks, dry & wet mining, tailings management, plant operations and material processing as well as final reclamation and mine closure.
“Turner Mining Group is continuing to demonstrate that we have the ability to manage both mining and processing operations to provide turnkey solutions. This is a new opportunity for the Turner team with a large, established client that opens new doors for Turner Mining Group to serve the mining and natural resources community,” said Bill Oglesby, Director of Planning and Estimating.
Turner Mining Group provided a turnkey solution to the client, ensuring around-the-clock production, 365 days per year, in a dynamic mining environment. Turner will rely on specialized fleets of equipment to yield maximum uptime and production, including scrapers, hydraulic excavators, off-road haul trucks, dredging equipment, a dragline and several ancillary support machines.
“This contract is another exciting addition to our growing portfolio of turnkey mining projects. The opportunity to showcase our team’s capability to deliver projects of this magnitude is a direct result of the investment we have made over the last 18 months, further establishing Turner Mining Group as the preferred mine services provider across the US. We look forward to working with and investing in the local community over the next 8 years while creating dozens of new career opportunities,” said Founder and CEO, Keaton Turner.
Turner Mining Group services and operates mines across the United States performing a full suite of mining services. More than a contractor, Turner Mining Group is committed to client delivery as North America’s true mine-services partner. Led by experienced industry leaders, Turner Mining has leveraged its expertise to keep operations running as strong as the local communities it supports.
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