Feasibility Study for a Copper/Zinc Plant in Saskatchewan
Halyard was responsible for the NI 43-101 feasibility study level design, engineering, and procurement for the proposed 4,200 tpd copper/zinc process plant, paste plant, and associated surface infrastructure for the McIlvenna Bay project in Saskatchewan, Canada.
In addition to the process plant and infrastructure design, Halyard also produced a Class 3 CAPEX and OPEX for the NI-43-101 report.
Thereafter, Halyard undertook the work for the ADEX (Advanced Exploration Phase) in order to ready the project for the execution phase.
A focal point of this project was to identify opportunities to curb carbon emissions. This included, as part of the design work, trade-off studies that investigated various areas in which carbon emissions could be reduced or eliminated entirely.