Nahanni construction has been recognized by the Slag Cement Association for their innovative work on the Giant Mine Underground Stabilization Project. This is the first time a Canadian company has won the award and it was issued because of the unique use of slag cement which was pumped through bore holes into the legacy mine
Nahanni was recently awarded the contract to batch and supply all concrete to support the phase 3 expansion of the Mary River Mine Site located on Baffin Island in Nunavut, said to be one of the most northerly mines in the world.
Nahanni Construction hired to complete installation of civil works for teh D Ramp 8725 pump station at Rio Tinto's Diavik Diamond Mine on Lac De Gras, Northwest Territories.
Nahanni Construction has been awarded a 1 year contract to batch and place concrete, fuse HDPE pipe, and provide miscellaneous services in support of mine site activities at TMAC Resources Hope Bay Mine in Nuavut.
Nahanni was awarded the contract for a 57,000 cubic meter paste and 17,000 cubic meter structural concrete stabilization in support of mine site remediation efforts at the historic Giant Mine site in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories.
Nahanni was awarded the contract for removal of all infrastructure, covering and encapsulation of tailings, and treatment or containment of all contaminated soils and water on the historic Lupin Mine site in the Kitikmeot region of Nunavut, Canada.