[royalslider id=”38″] Fort Knox Mine Carbon-in-Column Plant #2 Awards: 2015 Engineering Excellence Award from the American Council of Engineering Companies of Montana (ACEC MT), Industrial and Manufacturing Processes and Facilities Category The Fort Knox Mine near Fairbanks, Alaska, was in need of a second plant to extract gold from solution in heap. Morrison-Maierle, Inc. provided engineering design, procurement assistance, and construction administration services to support the project. The design included work on the 3,800-foot pipeline corridor to move solution from the heap to the plant and back to the heap. The process plant is designed to operate at an 8,000-gallons-per-minute flow through a grit screen,Read More →

Bozeman Water Reclamation Facility Award Winner: American Council of Engineering Companies 2012 National Recognition Award, ACEC of Montana 2012 Grand Project Engineering Excellence Award, Waste and Storm Water Category Honor Award, and Rocky Mountain Chapter of the APWA 2012 Public Works Project of the Year. In a tough economy, innovative design and bidding methods were used on the largest public works project ever undertaken by the City of Bozeman, Montana, to build a state-of-the-art water reclamation facility needed to meet upcoming stringent water quality requirements and poise the City for future growth. Morrison-Maierle served as the lead subconsultant for this $50 million project. In 2007,Read More →

[royalslider id=”34″] Kettle River Mill Phase V-A Tailings Dam Raise The Phase V-A Tailings Dam Raise project is part one of a three-part raise for the tailings storage facility at the Kettle River Mill Site. The dam raise was unique in that the project site was unfavorable for typical out-board earth fill construction methods, and was therefore designed with an in-board, cantilevered raise that placed imported fill upon stabilized tailings materials. Morrison-Maierle, Inc. performed a constructability review. Following this review contract documents were prepared, a competitive tendering process was executed, and a contractor was selected for the project. Morrison-Maierle performed contract administration and construction observationRead More →