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Adrok geophysical services for the location, identification, mapping and exploration of subsurface natural resources

Since its arrival at Malartic in 2006, Osisko Mining Corporation has contributed to the quality of life in its host community by creating a lasting legacy.

This 1097 meter deep mine in South Africa yielded over 3 tonnes of diamonds before being closed in 1914. The amount of earth removed by workers is estimated to total 22.5 million tonnes.

Power generation through gas extraction from landfills around the city of Durban.

Planetary Resources' mission is to mine near-Earth asteroids for raw materials, ranging from water to precious metals.

The worlds largest composites syntactic plant capable of delivering large composite foam structures of virtually any size or configuration

An update on Barrick Gold Corporation's Pueblo Viejo project in the Dominican Republic

Part two. Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City is a major marine development project some 100kms south of Kuwait City, close to the Saudi Arabian boarder. This unique civil engineering project is larger than Manhattan and will eventually be the home for over 100,000 people.

Sabah Al Ahmad Sea City (formally known as Al Khiran Pearl City) is a major marine development project some 100kms south of Kuwait City, close to the Saudi Arabian boarder. This unique civil engineering project is larger than Manhattan and will eventually be the home for over 100,000 people.

With an emphasis on sustainable development, Derech Eretz has established new and advanced criteria for dealing with environmental issues, the preservation of flora and fauna and integration of the road with the existing landscape… The Yitzhak Rabin Highway (Highway No. 6) is the largest infrastructure project ever performed in the State of Israel.

Inject some energy and passion into your business with  this quick motivational video from Tom Peters

The South African National Roads Agency Limited's (Sanral's) Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project (GFIP) has come one step closer to completion with the placement of the 140-t Lynnwood Glen pedestrian and pipe bridge.

Insight into the Bloom Lake Iron Ore Deposit

Technip has been awarded by StatoilHydro an EPCI contract for the Hywind Project substructure wind turbine which will be located offshore Karmøy, Norway, at 200-300 meter water depth. It will be the world's first full scale offshore floating wind turbine.

Open-pit and underground operations in northern Finland

Doyle Sails New Zealand Stratis Membrane Facility