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GR in box seat for another gold job

GR ENGINEERING Services has been named preferred tenderer to build a 3 million tonne per annum carbon-in-leach processing plant for Capricorn Metals’ Karlawinda 100,000 ounce per annum gold project near Newman in Western Australia’s Pilbara region.

 Reverse circulation drilling carried out on the Bibra deposit, part of the Karlawinda gold project.

Reverse circulation drilling carried out on the Bibra deposit, part of the Karlawinda gold project.

Capricorn and GRES hope to execute the contract within the next month. It is expected the contract price will be a lump sum $93.1 million, 23% less than the $120.8 million capital costs forecast in...

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