Ongoing global demand for commodities, driven by emerging economies, continues to apply pressure on the resources industry to mine, process and export commodities at competitive prices.
To maximise returns from low grade resources in competitive world markets, companies seek to optimise yields and capital investment, while minimising operational costs such as equipment and maintenance overheads.
Zutari’s infrastructure smart operational design solutions increase direct operating hours by improving reliability and reducing maintenance.
We deliver small start-up facilities through to major engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) projects. This includes bulk materials handling projects, mine, rail, seaboard import and export terminals, and associated port and marine facilities.
Our expertise in resources infrastructure draws on a broad collective of capabilities – civil, transport, geotechnical, structural, mechanical, electrical and digital engineering – to deliver comprehensive pit to port solutions. We offer a full range of end to end mine infrastructure services including roads, buildings, construction management, energy, water, control systems, airstrips, waste and environmental management.
The beneficiation of minerals before export is also a major growth area which we are actively advising many clients in, including the cement market where we have expertise in silo and bin design.
Utilising in-house multidisciplinary skills, Zutari delivers a range of engineering services across the entire project lifecycle, including master planning, feasibility studies, engineering design, construction management, and operations and maintenance.
Our key areas of expertise include:
- Scoping, conceptual, pre-feasibility and feasibility studies
- Engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM)
- Health, safety and environmental management
- Owner’s engineer
- Process automation, controls and instrumentation
- Supply chain logistics
- Mine surface infrastructure design
- Ports infrastructure
- Bulk materials handling and transportation from pit to port
- Communication and stakeholder engagement