Mining Project Evaluation

Objective opinions and solutions require an understanding of the underlying components together with the experience and judgement to allocate relevant priority to these issues. Too much focus on the details and you could end up solving the wrong problem. Too much focus on the big picture and you could end up with unwanted surprises. SRK’s experienced personnel and practical approach give you achievable options, opinions and solutions together with an understanding of the associated risks.

If you are planning a new mine or investment, now you have the opportunity to employ a team of specialists from a single company for fully integrated feasibility studies, due diligence assessments, economic evaluations and risk assessments. We have project leaders who specialize in coordinating and integrating the input from discipline specialists to ensure that you have a thorough appreciation of technical issues within an appropriate business context.

SRK offers practical expertise in a wide range of technical services from mining geology and resource estimation, to tailings and heap leach engineering
Our goal is to give you the highest confidence in the underlying value of your mining project, by providing appropriate analyses and interpretations to support your key project decisions and development strategies. We know what works, and which issues constitute opportunities and risks. Our focus is on getting specific project...
SRK’s consultants can assist with mergers and acquisitions, equity and project financing and IPOs, and can help to produce balanced and focused independent reviews and audits
Our mining consultants can assist you with mergers and acquisitions, equity and project financing and IPOs, and can provide the intimate knowledge that you need to produce balanced and focused independent reviews and audits. Each project has its own characteristics and unique risk areas, which require the attention of experienced...
SRK focuses on specific risks and integrates information from all disciplines to develop risk managment strategies.
The term “risk” has many meanings in the mining world. The current draft ISO guideline uses the broad definition