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Fargo-Moorhead Flood Diversion

Fargo, North Dakota

The historic project will change the landscape of North Dakota, diverting catastrophic storm water from the Red River away from population centers along a 30-mile river diversion channel. For the citizens of Fargo-Moorhead, the project is considered a climate change mitigation project which is intended to address the threat of 100-year floods. In Fargo-Moorhead alone, devastating floods have already caused hundreds of millions of dollars in damages in 1997 and 2009. Once completed, the FM Area Diversion will protect more than 235,000 people in major population centers between Fargo and Moorhead from catastrophic flooding and loss of property. The project is massive in scope and includes the 30-mile diversion channel, a diversion outlet, and aqueducts on the Maple and Sheyenne Rivers. Also there will be 14 drainage inlets, three railroad crossings, two interstate crossings, and 12 county road crossings.

Kemmerer Mine

Kemmerer, Wyoming

North American Construction Group provides mine management services for the Kemmerer Mine just outside of Kemmerer, Wyoming. The mine produces sub-bitumous coal for electrical generation and industrial uses. It also feeds the nearby Naughton Power Plant which provides electricity for thousands of homes in the area.

San Miguel Mine

San Miguel, Texas

North American Construction Group provides mine management services for the San Miguel Mine near Christine, Texas. The San Miguel Mine delivers millions of tons of lignite coal to the adjacent San Miguel Electric Cooperative which produces 391 net megawatts of affordable, reliable electricity for nine member cooperatives across 42 South Texas counties.

Syncrude Mine

Fort Mackay, Alberta

North American Construction Group, along with our joint venture entity, Mikisew North American Limited Partnership, provide numerous essential services to our oilsands clients. These include oilsands mining, overburden removal, mine site development, mine reclamation, tailings management, and more.

Aurora Mine

Wood Buffalo, Alberta

North American Construction Group, along with our joint venture entity, Mikisew North American Limited Partnership, provide numerous essential services to our oilsands clients. These include oilsands mining, overburden removal, mine site development, mine reclamation, tailings management, and more.

Suncor Base Mine

Fort Mackay, Alberta

North American Construction Group, along with our joint venture entity, Mikisew North American Limited Partnership, provide numerous essential services to our oilsands clients. These include oilsands mining, overburden removal, mine site development, mine reclamation, tailings management, and more.

Fort Hills Mine

Wood Buffalo, Alberta

North American Construction Group, along with our joint venture entity, Mikisew North American Limited Partnership, provide numerous essential services to our oilsands clients. These include oilsands mining, overburden removal, mine site development, mine reclamation, tailings management, and more.

Kearl Mine

Wood Buffalo, Alberta

North American Construction Group, along with our joint venture entity, Mikisew North American Limited Partnership, provide numerous essential services to our oilsands clients. These include oilsands mining, overburden removal, mine site development, mine reclamation, tailings management, and more.

Nuna Logistics

Galore Creek Mining

Smithers British Columbia

Operated by Newmont and Teck, the Galore Creek deposit is one of the world's largest undeveloped copper-gold-silver alkalic porphyry deposits with an approximate 18-year mine life as of their current mine plan.

Premier Gold

Stewart, British Columbia

The Premier Gold Project is located 25 kilometres from the town of Stewart, British Columbia and Hyder, Alaska in the prolific Golden Triangle. Opened in 1918, Premier Gold was the largest gold mine in North America until its closure in 1952, producing 2 million ounces of gold and 45 million ounces of silver. Today, Ascot Resources are working hard to revitalize the mine and provide it with a historic second chapter.

Seabee Mine

Saskatchewan

Operated by SSR Mining, the Seabee Mine is anticipated to feature over 6 years of mining to 2032, and gold production through 2028, including average annual production of 96,000 ounces of gold over the first 5 years. Current exploration programs in the area are promising though and should support Seabee’s continuation into the next decade.

Musselwhite

Ontario

Operated by Newmont, Musselwhite is a fly-in, fly-out operation located approximately 500 kilometers north of Thunder Bay, Canada. Musselwhite’s ore is mined from two main zones below Lake Opapimiskan. Ore is processed onsite using a circuit that includes crushing, grinding, leaching by cyanidation, carbon in pulp recovery and electrowinning. Gold recoveries are 96%. In 2016, work began on a $90-million materials handling project to improve the movement of ore to the mill.

Madsen – PureGold

Red Lake, Ontario

Operated by PureGold, the Madsen Gold Project is a precious metals resource project located in the Red Lake district of Northwestern Ontario--one of the world’s richest and most prolific gold mining districts.

The Côté Gold Project – IAMGOLD

Gogama, Ontario

Operated by IAMGOLD and Sumitomo Metal Mining, the Côté Gold Project is an open-pit mine located near Gogama, Ontario, in an established mining region with access to stable infrastructure and strong connections to local communities. Since the start of construction, both North American Construction Group and Nuna Logistics have been engaged in developing the open-pit gold mine that will be serviced by autonomous haul trucks and drills. First production is anticipated to begin in Q1 of 2024.

Ferguson Lake

Ferguson Lake, Nunavut

Operated by Canadian North Resources, Ferguson Lake has high-grade and large mineral resources, as well as significant expansion potential for nickel, copper, cobalt, palladium, and platinum that are used increasingly in the clean-energy and high-tech industries worldwide.

Chidliak Project

Baffin Island, Nunavut

Operated by De Beers Canada, the remote Chidliak Project is located on the Hall Peninsula on Baffin Island, and is ambitiously projected to be the company’s first carbon neutral diamond mine. Due to the large number of kimberlite pipes – carrot-shaped geologic formations that often contain diamonds – De Beers is looking to design the operation using high-tech mining techniques. Some of these technologies include modular buildings that could easily be moved from place to place, precision mining techniques, virtual technologies and renewable energy. Consequently, De Beers is looking to build a low-impact operation using renewable energy and cutting-edge technology.

Mary River

Baffin Island, Nunavut

Operated by Baffinland, the Mary River Mine site on Baffin Island is one of the most northern mines in the world. It has among the richest iron ore deposits ever discovered, consisting of nine-plus high-grade iron ore deposits that can be mined, crushed, and screened into marketable products. What makes Baffinland's operations unique to other mines is that they crush and screen the ore on site, and then ship it directly to markets – no concentrating or processing is needed, and therefore no tailings are produced.

Eureka Weather Station

Ellesmere Island, Nunavut

The Eureka Weather Station was the first High Arctic Weather Station to be officially established in Nunavut. Centrally located on Ellesmere Island at a latitude of 80°N, a suitable site was found that provided protection and shelter from the prevailing northwesterly winds. In March 2021, Nuna Logistics was awarded a 5-year contract at Eureka for construction and maintenance of new water and sewage treatment infrastructure.

Hope Bay

Kitikmeot, Nunavut

Operated by Agnico Eagle, the Hope Bay project is located in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut, approximately 685 km northeast of Yellowknife and 125 km southwest of Cambridge Bay. The 80-km-long Hope Bay greenstone belt hosts three gold deposits (Doris, Madrid and Boston) with historical mineral reserves and mineral resources and over 90 regional exploration targets.

TCWR Northern Section

Northwest Territories

The Tibbitt to Contwoyto Winter Road (TCWR) is a permitted 604-kilometre heavy haul ice road corridor that serves as a re-supply route for operating diamond mines and exploration in the Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Approximately 85% of this road is constructed on frozen lakes, with overland portions linking the 64 lakes along the route. Nuna Logistics builds and maintains the northern section of the TCWR, which comprises 149 kilometres of roadway over frozen lakes and portages.

Diavik Diamond Mine

Lac de Gras, Northwest Territories

Operated by Rio Tinto, the Diavik Diamond Mine sits about 200 kilometres south of the Arctic Circle, at the bottom of Lac de Gras in Canada's Northwest Territories. Comprised of four diamond-bearing pipes that are mined using a combination of open pit and underground mining, some of the world’s most beautiful and sought-after diamonds are produced here using the highest possible standards of safety and integrity.

Gahcho Kué

Kennady Lake, Northwest Territories

Operated as a joint venture between De Beer Canada and Mountain Province Diamonds, the Gahcho Kué Mime is located at Kennady Lake, approximately 280 km northeast of Yellowknife. As an open pit operation, three kimberlite pipes are being mined in sequence under high safety standards and the deepest respect for the land.

Snap Lake

Snap Lake, Northwest Territories

Operated by De Beers Canada, the Snap Lake Mine was De Beers’ first mine outside of Africa, and is located 220 kilometres northeast of Yellowknife. This completely underground diamond mine features an ore body that is a 2.5 metre thick dyke that dips an average of 12-15° from the northwest shore down under the lake. It is unlike most diamond-bearing kimberlite deposits which are known as ‘pipes’ due to their conical or carrot-like shape.

Giant Mine

Yellowknife, Northwest Territories

Between 1948 and 2004, the Giant Mine was a major economic driver for Yellowknife and the Northwest Territories. When the mine closed, attention focused on the environmental issues left behind—notably the 237,000 tonnes of arsenic trioxide stored in underground chambers. Since 2005, Deton’Cho/Nuna Joint Venture has been under contract with the Government of Canada to provide care and maintenance in remediating the Giant Mine site.

Ekati Mine

Northwest Territories

Operated by the Arctic Canadian Diamond Company, the Ekati Mine is Canada’s first surface and underground diamond mine, and is located in the Lac de Gras region of the Northwest Territories, approximately 300 kilometers northeast of Yellowknife. After Arctic assumed ownership of Ekati, mining operations were focused at Pigeon and Sable open pits and the Misery Underground Mine. However, exploration and project evaluation activities are ongoing, including the development of an innovative mining technique that could be used to extract the deeper resources from the Sable, Fox and Point Lake kimberlites. If successful, the mining of these deeper portions of existing orebodies would extend the life of Ekati for many years to come

Australia

DGI Trading

South Kempsey, New South Wales

For over 30 years, DGI Trading has been sourcing OEM parts and equipment from the most remote places in the world. Specialising in global mining asset recycling, mine shutdown and liquidation-based procurement packages, we source hard to find, late model componentry from anywhere on earth. Combined with our end-to-end logistics capabilities spanning road, rail, air and sea, we can supply production-continuity solutions for mining and construction operations of any scale. On November 2, 2021, DGI Trading was acquired by North American Construction Group, and became valuable member of their maintenance and refurbishment family.