Gold Mining

Our engineers and gold miners are superior, successful and well trained to not only execute on current operations, but to be looking for new opportunities.  They are experts able to explore, develop and produce safely, efficiently and for a superior return on investment.

Lode Mining

We are currently supporting miners in Peru and Colorado with Lode mining development. In Peru, our mines are associated with our processing plant. The quartz veins run 20 cm to 1.5 meters wide (rosary bead layout) with gold content that varies from 8 grams to 40 grams per ton. The ore averages around 10 grams/ton. Some of our mines have multiple parallel veins that allow easy side entry from current mining development.

Placer Mining

We have, in the past, worked with alluvial placer miners in Ghana, Arizona and California. We will be bringing expertise in engineering, logistics, procurement, finance, administration and information technology support.


Alluvial or eluvial deposits sometimes have the largest gold deposit and are very common. This deposit is created when a force of nature moves or washes the gold away, but it doesn’t go into a stream bed. It contains pieces of ore that have been washed away from the lode. Alluvial deposits are the most common type of placer gold. This type of deposit occurs mostly in valleys.


Bench deposits are created when gold reaches a stream bed. Gold accumulations in an old stream bed that are high are called bench deposits. They can be found on higher slopes that drain into valleys. Dry stream beds (benches) can be situated far from other water sources and can sometimes be found on mountain tops. Today, many miners focus their activities on bench deposits.