1 Seabridge – KSM


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Project Details:

Location: Northwest British Columbia, Canada
Resource: Gold, Copper
Services: PEA, PFS, various support
Year: 2011-Current

Project Scope:

PEA/Pre-Feasibility Study: ongoing Mine Engineering support
• 2009 PEA
• 2011 PFS
• 2012 PFS update
• 2013 EA and MAPA application
• 2014 PFS update
• 2016 PFS/PEA updates
• 2018 PFS/PEA updates
• 2020 PFS update
• Ongoing Engineering Support – various studies and start-up planning


MMTS began work on KSM with Seabridge in 2008 with the open pit mine engineering for the initial PEA. Since then, the project has continued to grow as more and more mineable resources have been discovered. KSM is ranked as the largest undeveloped gold/copper project in the world. Partnered with Wardop and Tetratech, MMTS is relied upon for mining expertise, mine design, and strategic production phasing and production scheduling in this massive ongoing project. MMTS are QP’s on record for the 2009 PEA, the 2011 PFS, 2012 PFS update, and continue to contribute to this important project as it continues to make progress towards start-up.

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