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Industry Leader and Hatch Employee appointed to the Order of Canada

Bert Wasmund, a Hatch employee for 51 years this fall, has been named to the Members of the Order of Canada. He joins our founder, Dr. Gerry Hatch, who, in 1997, was also bestowed this highest national civilian honor. One of 99 individuals invested in 2017 as part of Canada's 150-year celebration, Dr. Wasmund is a world-renowned leader in metallurgical plant engineering and design; an innovator, philanthropist, and long-time mentor to fellow industry experts.

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Sotkamo Silver announces Extension of Agreement with ABB Oy

Sotkamo Silver is delighted to announce that the agreement with ABB Oy concerning sales of technology, has been extended until June 30th 2017. The agreement covers engineering, design, delivery and supply of electrification, automation and instrumentation. The estimated value of the deliveries are about 5 million euro. The value of the supply financing is dependent on the value of the delivery.

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Salini Impregilo signs Rail Contract in Perth, Australia

Salini Impregilo, Italy’s leading infrastructure group, has signed a € 791.7 million ( AU$ 1.176 billion) contract to design, build and maintain an underground passenger rail line in Perth, Australia, the latest acknowledgement of the group’s expertise in public works for sustainable transportation, that improve the quality of people’s lives.

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Sweco to prepare Station for new Metro Line in Copenhagen

Sweco has been commissioned by Danish Railways (DSB) to design and manage the construction and planning of the renovation of the Østerport train station in Copenhagen. The end result will be a modern junction linking existing rail lines with the city’s new City Ring underground metro line. The assignment is valued at approximately SEK 21 million.

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BMT WBM assists AGL Loy Yang with Mine Development and Rehabilitation

BMT WBM_Loy Yang  Photo-Thomas Hudec

Photo: Thomas Hudec

BMT WBM (BMT), a subsidiary of BMT Group Ltd, the leading international maritime design, environmental and engineering consultancy, has been awarded a contract to design a major new conveyor system for the Loy Yang mine in Victoria, Australia. The dedicated open cut mine provides the coal supply for the Loy Yang A and B power stations. The new system will transport overburden from Loy Yang mine to a new internal dump in a worked out section of the mine. Historically, overburden spoil was transported to an external dump up to 10km away from where the material was being excavated.

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