Recent Projects

The expertise of the Suncoast JMC team covers a diverse range of mining and infrastructure projects. Our team’s experience allows us to deliver cost-effective projects in a range of ore types and precious metals throughout the world.

For more information on the services Suncoast JMC provides, view our current and most recent projects below.

Dugald River Project


In April 2012 Suncoast JMC was awarded the engineering design of the front end of MMG's 2 million tpa Dugald River Zinc Lead Concentrator in North Queensland. Suncoast JMC's scope of work included the Run of Mine Pad, Primary Jaw Crushing area, Crushed Ore Stockpile and Reclaim, Grinding and Pebble Recycle Areas. Suncoast JMC's scope of services included the preparation of a 3D model, mechanical, concrete and structural engineering and detail drawings for construction.

Kula Gold Woodlark Island Project

Papua New Guinea

Suncoast JMC introduced to finalise a feasibility study for a 1.8mtpa CIL gold plant on Woodlark Island in Papua New Guinea. Suncoast JMC have undertaken the study of an EPC basis for the engineering, procurement and construction.

Woodlark Island is a remote island 600km east of Port Moresby.

Co-O Gold Project


Engineering, procurement, construction and management (EPCM) services for the development of a 750,000 tpa gold process facility located on the island of Mindanao in the Philippines.

Project principal: 
Medusa Mining Limited
Commencement date: 
March 2011

Golden Hills Heap Leach Project


Suncoast JMC was originally engaged to produce a study and design for a western-style CIL gold plant in Mognolia, producing approximately 750,000 tpa from an open pit mine. Test work results during the study development indicated the ore to be amenable to heap leaching. This was confirmed by a second study and Suncoast JMC was appointed to assess this option and execute an EPM contract for the heap leach plant.

Kipoi Copper Project

Democratic Republic of Congo

Suncoast JMC produced a scoping study based on processing the various stockpiles generated from an existing HMS operation and new resources to develop a 50,000 tpa copper production SE-EW facility capable of processing the remaining ore deposits.

Further to the scoping study, Suncoast JMC was appointed to conduct a full definitive feasibility study.

Project principal: 
Tiger Resources Limited
Commencement date: 
November 2010
Completion date: 
February 2011

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