Minera Zaldívar, of Antofagasta Minerals, selected Pares&Alvarez to develop the detailed engineering and procurement of the project. Previously, our Consulting department had collaborated with AMSA's Corporate Vice Presidency in the feasibility study stage and basic engineering.
Complete development of the EIS that allowed to increase the capacity of extraction of copper ore from 150,000 ton/month to 240,000 ton/month.
The proposal focused on the enhancement of the Flash Furnace, to bring the capacity from 825 ktpa to 1,170 ktpa, for Codelco's Chuquicamata foundry.
The desalination plant considers the use of desalinated water for 100% of the mining process of the Chilean company Minera Spence, which belongs to the Australian multinational BHP Billiton.
This new plant, which doubles the output capacity of the La Negra Chemical Plant, is a responds the Albemarle expansion plan and commitment to consolidate Chile as one of the major players in the global lithium industry.
The project developed by P&A considered the design of a desalination plant from seawater intake to processed water for Radomiro Tomic Division, Codelco.
Pares&Alvarez supported the discipline engineers of the Huasco plant's abatement project for CAP Minería.
The EPC was developed for two storage silos (750 ton) and compact lime milk preparation systems (8.6 ton/h).
Construction of a new iron ore collection plant and installation of new recovery and transport belts for CAP Minería.