Nevada mining is valued beyond the walls of The Silver State—beyond the U.S., even. Today we explore one of our newest Nevada Mining Association members, Aecon Mining, a company with years of serving mining clients in Canada. Aecon was recognized as one of the Best Employers in Canada and serves the mining industry in a variety of ways.
Going above and beyond environmental standards has long been a key goal of mining companies in Nevada and, more broadly, mining companies across the globe. Today in this edition of Membership Monday, we focus on Trinity Consultants – a company that has helped mining and other industries meet regulatory compliance obligations with regard to the Clean Air Act since 1974. The Dallas-based company is also experienced in other fields, such as solid waste management, noise pollution and water permitting.
Meet Your Miners: Robert Campbell’s CAP Holdings Co., LLC Offers Water Treatment Solutions to Nevada MiningOctober 16th, 2014
The world of Nevada mining is made of up people from all skill sets and backgrounds—engineers, salespeople, equipment operators and laborers. Today, we hear from Robert Campbell, CEO and Founding Chairman of CAP Holdings Co., LLC, who happens to hold advanced degrees in Physics and Systems Engineering and certifications from UC Berkeley, Stanford, Johns-Hopkins APL and University of Arizona.
Membership Monday: Archer Western Contractors Brings Award-Winning Contracting Team to Nevada MiningOctober 13th, 2014
Archer Western Contractors, a subsidiary of The Walsh Group, has provided construction management and contracting services to building, civil and transportation sectors since 1983. The company is headquartered in Atlanta, with seven regional offices around the U.S.
Conservation and environmental responsibility are key efforts for the mining industry in Nevada and across the U.S. Tom Sullivan, who lives in Michigan, has spent many years working to steer mining and manufacturing companies towards a greener method of material transportation.
Growing up in Wanakena, New York, Sullivan would bike, hike and camp in the summer and ice skate, ski and showshoe in the winter. Some of his best childhood memories were made hunting with his father.
“Whether I am sitting on the beach building a sand castle with my kids or on top of a mountain ready to drop into a chute to ski three feet of fresh powder, the fresh air and the solitude is what it’s all about,” he said. Read the rest of this entry »
Members of the Nevada Mining Association extend far beyond the vast reaches of mining operations themselves. While each and every one plays an integral role in the operation of Nevada’s mines, many members act as suppliers, furnishing the industry with necessary infrastructure and ensuring the safety of mine site activity. Read the rest of this entry »
Since 1999, Rail-Veyor Technologies Global, whose Western U.S. offices are located in Elko, Nevada, has provided bulk material haulage services to the mining and aggregate industries using a remote-controlled light rail system to transport mineral ores and other materials. Rail-Veyor saves clients money with its cost-effective, energy-efficient system and improves on safety, reducing the risk for human injury due to its unmanned design. The technology allows for materials to maneuver through challenging topographies seamlessly. Rail-Veyor has been implemented in mines including Copper Cliff Mine in Vale, Canada and Phakisa Gold Mine in South Africa. In 2013, Rail-Veyor won Bell Canada’s Business Excellence Award for Innovation.
Some paths in life are destined to be travelled. Those that came before us created fotprints that we are bound to repeat, though often in newer shoes and with different intentions. It is true of the path of many Nevada miners, following in the footsteps of family and friends before them. And it is true of Gerald Chadwell.
Through our Meet Your Miners series, we’ve shared with you the stories of several men and women that make this industry the amazing force it has been, and continues to be, in Nevada for so many years. Some of them young, others old, some new to mining, others seasoned veterans. But one line tends to be drawn through all members of the mining community is Family.
Some miners come from mining families, whose legacy dates back generations. Others find new family within the industry. But the miners we will introduce you to now are a little bit of both. Meet Tim & Sharon Horn of RAM Enterprise. Read the rest of this entry »