The Leaders in Mine Cost Estimation

Our dedicated team of geologists and engineers bring decades of international mining industry experience, spanning the full mining cycle: from project generation and exploration, through mining, mineral processing, and reclamation. Our consultants are backed by an extensive and unparalleled in-house cost database with 35+ years of history. This unique combination allows us to conduct prefeasibility-level cost estimates and project evaluations with unprecedented reliability and efficiency.

Whether your project is open pit, underground, in-situ leach, heap leach, flotation or placer our experts have you covered across a wide range of commodities and deposit types. We offer specialized project evaluation and cost estimating services to help you make better mine project investment decisions. We undertake technical due diligence studies; do third-party reviews of existing reports; develop detailed, engineering-based, site-specific cost models; conduct scoping studies; serve as expert witnesses; and much more.


Our Team

Jennifer Leinart

Director, Cost Estimating

Brad Terhune

Cost Analyst / Senior Geologist

Michael Grimm

Cost Analyst / Mechanical Engineer

Krista Noyes

Cost Analyst / Reclamation Specialist

David Boleneus

Cost Analyst / Senior Geologist

Ali Vossoughian

Cost Analyst / Mining Engineer

Mahdieh Dianati

Cost Analyst

Our Tools

Our team utilizes a set of very sophisticated cost estimation tools that bring together our unparalleled mining industry database, with reliable and accurate engineering-based calculations.

Developed over 35 years, these tools allow our consultants to work quickly and efficiently to create cost and economic studies to help you make the most informed, data-driven decisions possible.

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