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Johannesburg Office

Johannesburg Office

Unit 19, Norma Jean Square, 244 Jean Avenue, Centurion, 0157, South Africa
Postnet Suite #454 Private Bag x2, Raslouw, 0109, South Africa

Tel: +27 86 010 6129 | Fax: +27 86 546 9876
E-mail: Johannesburg@PatersonCooke.com

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Currently the Cornwall office focuses on mine backfill and surface tailings management systems, offering services from conceptual engineering through Pre-feasibility and Feasibility study levels. Through cooperation with the wider Paterson & Cooke group of companies, Basic and Detailed engineering services can be facilitated and managed through the Cornwall office. Existing system audits and upgrade reviews are also undertaken.

 

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Design and engineering of hydraulic, paste and rock fill preparation plants and underground distribution systems
  • Site commissioning, upgrading and troubleshooting of operating mine backfill systems
  • Material properties and their incorporation into effective system design
  • The design and integration of mine backfill systems into mining operations
  • Site audits and process improvements and optimisation
  • Plant design, specification and optimization
  • Project and engineering management

KEY STAFF

Stephen Wilson

BEng (Hons), ACSM, CEng, MIMMM

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Stephen is a Mining Engineer with 12 years’ experience of providing consultancy services to the minerals industry, with particular specialisation in tailings dewatering and mine backfill. He has a Mining Engineering degree from Camborne School of Mines in Cornwall, and is a chartered engineer with the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. In 2013 Stephen established the Paterson & Cooke Cornwall Office.

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Paul Ainsworth

BEng (Hons), ACSM, ProfGrad IMMM, Process Engineer

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Paul is a Process Engineer and has worked on a wide range of international paste and process related projects. His experience focuses on the development of process flow sheets, equipment design, commissioning and trouble shooting. Paul has extensive knowledge of solid/liquid separation test work that has involved many different ore types and applications. Paul joined the UK based Paterson & Cooke Practice in 2014.

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Morwenna Rogers

MSc, BBA (Hons), ACSM, GradIMMM

Morwenna-Rogers

Morwenna is a graduate mining engineer having recently completed a Masters in Mining Engineering from the Camborne School of Mines where she specialised in backfill. With a proven track record in training, project management within local government and as a graduate member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, Morwenna will be building on her engineering foundation while supporting the Cornwall office of Paterson & Cooke.

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Damian Granlund

MEng (1st Class Hons), CEng, MIChemE

Damian Granlund

Damian is a chartered Chemical Engineer with 7 years of industrial experience. He has led a wide variety of industrial CAPEX projects in the Mining and Oil and Gas sectors, specialising in equipment specification and plant design. Damian joined Paterson & Cooke in February 2015 and now focuses on hydraulic modelling of surface and underground pipeline systems.

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Contact the Cornwall Office

The Cape Town office, founded in 1991, has extensive experience in the analysis and design of slurry pipeline systems. The office offers a full range of engineering services, from pre-feasibility to detailed design, as well as construction assistance and commissioning. The adjoining 1200 m2 Slurry Test Facility includes large scale slurry pump and pipeline test loops of up to 300 mm in diameter, viscometers, a materials characterisation laboratory, as well as specialised Pilot Plant facilities.

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of long distance concentrate pipeline systems
  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of conventional, thickened and paste tailings pipeline systems
  • Analysis and design of deep mine high pressure dewatering systems
  • Design and engineering of hydraulic, paste and rock fill preparation plants and underground distribution systems
  • Pipeline stress analysis
  • Hydraulic transient analysis
  • Site commissioning, upgrading and troubleshooting of operating mine backfill systems
  • Turnkey supply of mineral processing pilot plants
  • Site audits and process improvements and optimisation
  • Construction management
  • Commissioning and start-up of process, pump and pipeline systems
  • Plant design, specification and optimization
  • Project and engineering management
  • Backfill laboratory services, including material characterisation and strength testing.
  • Slurry test laboratory services, including pipe loop and viscometer testing
  • Pilot plant test facilities

KEY STAFF

Angus Paterson

Pr Eng, BSc Eng (Civil), MSc Eng, PhD

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Dr. Angus Paterson is the managing director of the Cape Town office of Paterson & Cooke, having founded the company together with Dr. Robert Cooke in 1991. Angus has been directly involved in analysis and design of slurry transport systems since 1987 and has worked on long distance slurry pipelines, underground paste and backfill distribution systems and numerous conventional, thickened and paste tailings disposal systems.

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Graeme Johnson

Pr Eng, BSc Eng (Mech)

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Graeme, a company director, has worked extensively in the mining, contracting and consulting fields and has particular experience in the design, installation, construction and commissioning of water and slurry pipeline systems. He joined Paterson & Cooke, Cape Town in January 1997.

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Peter Goosen

Pr Eng, BSc Eng (Civil), MSc Eng

Peter-Goosen

Peter joined Paterson & Cooke in 1993 and has since been involved in a wide variety of slurry pipeline related projects. Initially responsible for managing all slurry related laboratory work at the Cape Town laboratories he later gained extensive design experience through projects ranging from high-level studies to detailed design, construction and commissioning phases. Peter is responsible for overseeing hydraulic design and development of slurry related hydraulic design capability. He is a director of the Company.

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Michael Fehrsen

Pr Eng, BSc Eng (Mech)

Michael-Fehrsen

Mike worked for various mines in South Africa as engineer, both underground and in surface operations before joining Paterson & Cooke in July 1999. He has worked on a variety of slurry transportation projects, from conceptual studies through to detailed design and commissioning. As Engineering Manager for the Cape Town office, he is responsible for maintaining and developing our detailed engineering capabilities. His principal expertise is in the mechanical design of pumping and pipeline systems, the development of control and functional specifications as well as specialist transient flow and stress analysis work.

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Fritz van Sittert

Pr Tech, BTech Eng (Civil), MTech

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Fritz completed his BTech (cum laude) degree in 1995 and received his MTech (cum laude) in 1999 for novel research done on the turbulent flow of non-Newtonian slurries in rough pipes. He is responsible for administering the Paterson & Cooke slurry test laboratory and the continued development of slurry testing equipment.

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Julian Rusconi

Pr Eng, BSc Eng (Mech), MBL

Julian-Rusconi

Julian is an experienced engineering manager. He held key positions at various manufacturers of industrial automated machinery and worked for Dow Chemical before joining Paterson & Cooke in 2005 where he currently manages the engineering of major slurry pipeline projects.

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Nic Marais

PR Eng, BSc Eng (Civil), PhD, MBA

Nic-Marais

Dr. Nic Marais completed a civil engineering degree before specializing in nonlinear structural mechanics. He worked on marine and maritime structures at Liebenberg & Stander Maritime and Industrial from 1989 to 1992. Before joining Paterson & Cooke in 2006, Nic pursued an academic career at the University of Cape Town (1993 to 2002) and his own consultancy (2003-2006). At Paterson & Cooke, Nic has participated in hydro-transport projects ranging from heavy minerals mining, dredging and slurry pipelines, to the design of sand hoppers and other hydraulic structures. He also contributes to company management and administration.

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Malcolm Keevy

PR Eng, BSc Eng (Mech)

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Malcolm is a senior engineer at Paterson & Cooke, having joined the company in 2001. He has experience on numerous detailed design and installation projects for slurry pumping systems. In addition, Malcolm is the Technical Support Manager, tasked with developing and supporting Paterson & Cooke’s technical expertise.

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Dawood Wepener

Pr Eng, BSc Eng (Mech)

Dawood Wepener

Dawood is a Senior Engineer in the Cape Town office and has been with Paterson & Cooke since 2006. He has worked on a variety of slurry and water transportation projects, from conceptual studies through to detailed design and commissioning. He has expertise in the mechanical design of pumping and pipeline systems, the development of control and functional specifications as well as specialist transient flow and stress analysis work. Dawood trained and worked as an engineer for Harmony Gold Mines before moving to Turgis Consulting in 2002.

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Nicol Russouw

Pr Eng, BEng (Mech)

Nicol Russouw

Nicol joined Paterson & Cooke in 2009 and has been involved in numerous engineering studies and construction and commissioning projects. Previously he was involved in the design, construction and commissioning of mineral processing plants, where he gained valuable experience in manufacturing and construction. Nicol’s focus is on hydraulic transient flow analysis, simulation and control of pumping and pipeline systems. He is also frequently involved in the hydraulic and mechanical design of pumping systems and the commissioning thereof.

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Carl Zietsman

Pr Eng, B Eng (Mech), MBA

Carl Zietsman

Carl is a senior engineer at Paterson & Cooke and joined the company in 2008. He has worked as lead mechanical engineer and / or project manager on numerous slurry pump and pipeline projects, from conceptual-level design to detailed design and construction. Prior to joining P&C he worked at a multi-disciplinary consulting engineering firm designing building services, e.g. potable water supply and HVAC systems. Carl also has a keen interest in general business management.

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Mark Bennett

Qualified Tool, Jig & Die Maker, Certified Draughtsman

Mark-Bennet

Mark completed his apprenticeship as a Tool, Jig & Die Maker in 1999 after a 4 year internship in the automotive industry. Having worked closely with the design office he decided to make the move to draughting. After completing a draughting course in 2001 he worked as a draughtsman in the automotive and food industry before joining Paterson & Cooke in June 2008. He currently manages the Drawing Office.
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Carol van Wyk

Group Financial Controller

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Carol joined Paterson & Cooke in December 2000 after gaining 17 years of valuable experience at KFD Wilkinson Consulting Engineers. Carol is currently involved in the financial, office and IT management at Paterson & Cooke.

 

CONTACT

Contact the Cape Town Office & Laboratory

Our Johannesburg office focuses on optimising our clients’ existing operations through on-site process audits and pilot investigations that lead to process improvements. We oversee plant upgrades and retrofits and offer on-site construction management and commissioning services. The office also provides a key point of contact for our local clients and represents the full range of services offered by the Cape Town office.

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Specification of solid-liquid separation processes
  • Site audits and process improvements and optimisation
  • Construction management
  • Commissioning and start-up of process pump and pipeline systems
  • Commissioning and start-up of thickener flotation and filter systems
  • Plant design, detailing specification and optimisation
  • Project life cycle solutions
  • Thickener flotation and filtration optimisation

KEY STAFF

Eon de Vos

B Eng (Met),  (Hons) 

Eon De Vos

Eon de Vos is a Metallurgical Engineer with 13 years’ experience within the sub-Saharan Africa minerals processing sector, of which four years has been in operations and eight in technical sales/support and consultancy. Eon has had hands-on involvement in, and management of, various minerals operations, brownfields projects and process optimisation. In mineral processing his experience ranges from crushing, milling, hydrometallurgy, flotation, thickening and filtration. He joined Paterson & Cooke in January 2015 as Process Manager and manages the Johannesburg office.

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John Maré

John Mare

John Maré has been involved in construction and project management in southern Africa as well as sub-Saharan Africa, and has also been involved in thickening, flotation and filtration technology since 2001. He is well known for his role in optimisation and for debottlenecking projects for brownfields operations in the gold, platinum and copper sector. He has more than 12 years’ experience in design and process equipment services, with special knowledge of mining operations and optimisation of mineral processing plants. John joined Paterson & Cooke in February 2015 and is our Construction Manager, responsible for on-site construction oversight and management of the Owners’ contractors.

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CONTACT

Contact the Johannesburg Office

The Santiago office offers the full range of engineering services, from conceptual studies to detailed design and commissioning, including a well-trained group of engineers and technicians. The office capability includes a Slurry Test Facility that comprises rotational viscometer, tube viscometer, small sedimentation units, semi-pilot sedimentation rig, small launder test unit, as well as specialised Pilot Plant facilities.

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of long distance concentrate pipeline systems
  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of conventional, thickened and paste tailings pipeline systems
  • Open channel transport of conventional and Non-Newtonian slurries
  • Site audits and process improvements and optimisation
  • Construction management
  • Commissioning and start-up of process, pump and pipeline systems
  • Project and engineering management
  • Slurry test laboratory services, including pipe loop and viscometer testing
  • Solid-liquid separation test facilities, including thickening and filtration
  • Pilot plant test facilities

KEY STAFF

Ray Martinson

Civil Engineer (hydraulic specialisation)

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Ray Martinson is the General Manager and director of the Santiago office of Paterson & Cooke. He has vast experience in slurry transportation and disposal, having 30 years of practical and theoretical experience managing slurries in the mining industry. He has participated actively in numerous projects related to conventional and thickened tailings management systems.

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Carlos Salinas

Civil Engineer

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Carlos Salinas is a Civil Engineer with 14 years’ professional experience in mining and infrastructure projects with specialization in hydraulic transport. Carlos works as project manager and subcontractor supervisor. He is also a member of the Chilean Engineering Gremial Aggrupation and has participated in international congresses and training courses in Chile, South Africa and the United States. Currently Carlos is a partner in the Paterson & Cooke Santiago practice.

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David Romo

Civil Engineer

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David Romo is a Civil Engineer with 14 years’ experience in industrial and mining projects. David is a project manager with specialization in slurry systems design and testing. He is the manager of the laboratory in Santiago and has participated in international conferences and training courses in Chile and South Africa.

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Lars Martinson

Civil Engineer

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Lars Martinson is a Civil Engineer with 6 years experience in mining and infrastructure, especially in the fluids transportation area. Lars joined the Company in 2009 and currently is Project Coordinator carrying out field assistance functions, draftsmen supervision, civil design, lab management, pipe loop and rheology test execution and preparation of technical documents.

 

José Luis Flores

Civil Engineer

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José Luis Flores has a broad-spectrum experience of 9 years in projects and 6 years of specific experience participating in the design of tailings transportation systems and tailings dams water recovery. He joined the company in 2010 as Project Engineer in the mining infrastructure area, participating in the various engineering execution aspects such as hydraulic works design, costing, project control and preparation of information for investment evaluation. Currently, he is Project Coordinator in Paterson & Cooke Chile.

 

Paulo Eriz

Civil Engineer

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Paulo Eriz is Civil Mechanic Engineer graduated from Concepción University. He has more than 5 years of experience with emphasis on the hydraulic design of thickened and conventional tailings transportation systems, water and solutions transportation systems, pipeline systems flexibility analysis, pumping equipment selection and technical specifications, economic analysis, mechanical design and technical proposals preparation. Paulo is Project Coordinator in Paterson & Cooke Chile.

CONTACT

Contact the Santiago Office

The Calgary office primarily focuses on the oil sand mining industry in Alberta and provides innovative engineering services, design, analysis and solutions in solid-liquid separation, and tailings processing and disposal.

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Hydraulic design of tailings delivery systems
  • Selection and specification of slurry conveyance equipment
  • Pilot studies and onsite process and equipment audits

KEY STAFF

Stewart Bodtker

P. Eng., PE, BSc Eng. (Civil)

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Stewart Bodtker is the practice leader of Paterson & Cooke’s Calgary office. Stewart has nine years’ experience in pump station design, pipeline design, industrial water/wastewater treatment plant design, and hydraulic analysis. He also has broad experience in project management, cost estimating, and construction services.

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Dan Gillies

P.Eng., MSc Eng. (Chemical and Materials)

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Dan manages and assists with projects involving rheological testing, hydraulic design of pipeline systems. Dan has valuable laboratory experience with rheology and shear reduction test work. He has also spent time on various mine sites throughout Canada performing rheology tests and analyses.

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CONTACT

Contact the Calgary Office

The Sudbury practice focuses on backfill engineering services, specializing in the testing and design of paste backfill systems, from pre-feasibility to basic engineering and commissioning. The Sudbury office houses a modern backfill laboratory which offers rheology, dewatering, characterization and strength testing for hydraulic, paste and rock fill.  Our mobile flow loop can be sent to any mine site for data collection and demonstration. Paterson & Cooke Sudbury’s senior backfill specialists are well known for their operational background and commissioning experience, backfill management plans, third party audits and system troubleshooting.

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Design and engineering of hydraulic, paste and rock fill preparation plants and underground distribution systems
  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of conventional, thickened and paste tailings pipeline systems
  • Site commissioning, upgrading and troubleshooting of operating mine backfill systems
  • Project and engineering management
  • Backfill laboratory services, including material characterisation, rheology, dewatering and strength testing.
  • Mobile flow loop test facilities allowing on site test work with client interaction.
  • Backfill Management Plans including mix design, stope letters and reconciliation, supervision and auditing.
  • Backfill workshops and courses in conjunction with conferences and seminars.

KEY STAFF

Robert Brown

P.Eng. BSc Eng (Mining)

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Rob Brown is the Principal of Paterson & Cooke’s Sudbury, Ontario practice, a Director of P&C (UK) Ltd. and is President of Paterson & Cooke Canada Inc.

Rob leads P&C’s global backfill group and has worked on backfill and surface paste tailings applications since 1997. He specializes in paste fill and has extensive international experience with plant/reticulation design and construction, commissioning, training and underground backfill placement. Much of his career has been spent in the field starting up new backfill operations, troubleshooting existing systems or running contracted backfill projects.

Rob is a Professional Mining Engineer and frequently participates in system audits and peer reviews as a Subject Matter Expert.  He has authored several technical papers and operating manuals covering the safe design and operation of paste backfill systems.

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Maureen McGuinness

P.Eng. BSc Eng (Metallurgical), MASc Eng (Mining & Materials)

Maureen-McGuinness

Maureen McGuinness is a Senior Process Engineer in Paterson & Cooke’s Sudbury, Ontario practice.

Maureen has worked in mining and milling for over 18 years and specifically in paste backfill design and operations for over 12 years. Her expertise includes backfill management planning, hydraulic modeling of distribution systems and start-up/commissioning of backfill operations.

Maureen is bilingual (English/French), a licensed Professional Engineer in Ontario and Quebec, and has authored several papers involving paste plant operation, troubleshooting and pipe wear during the transport of paste tailings. She has recently completed her Masters in paste system wear and is beginning her PhD.

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Leslie Correia

Pr Eng, BEng (Chemical), MSc Eng (Chemical)

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Leslie is the Engineering Manager at Paterson & Cooke’s Sudbury office in Canada. He joined the company in 2008. He has led numerous paste backfill projects and assisted with various engineering designs for both conventional and thickened tailings transportation systems, from test work and conceptual through to detailed design and commissioning. Leslie has specialized in mine backfill and is part of the backfill project team having worked extensively on a wide range of backfill projects in Africa and the Americas. Key areas of expertise include hydraulic, process and mechanical design of slurry pump and pipeline systems; backfill plant and reticulation system design; capital and operational
cost estimates.

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Brent Cothill

Drawing Office Manager

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Brent joined the company in September 2011 and is now the Senior Mechanical Designer / Drawing Office Manager at Paterson & Cooke’s Sudbury Office. He has over 17 years’ experience in a multi-disciplinary design / drafting environment. His expertise lies in leading drafting teams for purposes of mine development and he has extensive knowledge in the use and customization of Autodesk AutoCAD, Inventor and Plant 3D. Brent has been Lead Designer on numerous paste backfill projects, modular pilot plants and has assisted with various engineering designs for both conventional and thickened tailings transportation systems, from conceptual through to detailed design.

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Kitty Tsang

P.Eng, BSc, M ASc (Mining Eng)

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Kitty is a Process Engineer and Laboratory Manager at Paterson & Cooke’s Sudbury office. Her focus is the execution of backfill test programs and pilot plant testing as well as providing process engineering and project management support. She has fourteen years of experience in technical and operations support roles in the mining and metallurgical industry. Before she joined Paterson & Cooke, Kitty worked as an engineering project manager in various capital and operating projects in Canada.

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CONTACT

Contact the Sudbury Office

The Vancouver office of Paterson & Cooke, established in 2012, offers a range of project management and specialist engineering services. Senior staff are experienced in the analysis, modelling and design of conventional and high density slurry pipeline systems, and have extensive project execution experience.

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of conventional, thickened and paste tailings pipeline systems
  • Site audits and process improvements and optimisation
  • Commissioning and start-up of process, pump and pipeline systems
  • Project and engineering management
  • Pilot plant test facilities

KEY STAFF

Neil Benwood

P.Eng.,  BSc (Chem Eng), MBA (Fin) 

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Neil has been involved in the pipeline transport of concentrate and tailings slurries since 2006 and has experience with a variety of projects including long distance concentrate pipelines, conventional and thickened tailings including pumped and gravity systems. He has also been involved in scope development, justification and implementation of major capital projects.

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Mazyar Jalayer

P.Eng., BASc (Mech Eng), MASc Candidate (Mech Eng) 

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Mazyar joined Paterson & Cooke in 2011 and has 7 years of EPCM experience in projects related to oil and gas, mining and mineral, hydrotransport, and piping and process. He has additional experience in slurry hydraulic analysis, pipe stress analysis, process equipment selection, and process control. He also has experience in project management: scheduling and man-hour estimation.

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CONTACT

Contact the Vancouver Office

 

Paterson & Cooke’s Australian Office began operating in 2013. Its focus is to provide local clients with high quality technical solutions for their slurry pipeline systems, from conceptual studies to front end design and detail engineering. Our personnel are experienced in long distance slurry pipelines (tailings and mineral concentrate) and mine backfill systems.

KEY CAPABILITIES & FACILITIES

  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of long distance concentrate pipeline systems
  • Process, hydraulic and mechanical design of conventional, thickened and paste tailings pipeline systems
  • Specification, commissioning and troubleshooting of high pressure piston and piston diaphragm pumps
  • Analysis and design of deep mine high pressure dewatering systems
  • Pipeline route planning and ArcGIS
  • Project and engineering management

 

KEY STAFF

Andres Ortiz

Senior Engineer, BSc Eng (Mech), MSc Eng

Andres-Ortiz

Andres Ortiz is the Managing Director of Paterson & Cooke, Australia. He joined the company in 2012 to focus on assisting clients in Australia, New Zealand and South East Asia. He has extensive experience in mechanical, piping and pipeline engineering and has been involved in the design and commissioning of process plants and slurry pipeline systems in South America, Australia, Africa, Asia and Europe.

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Alan Rosewall

Senior Engineer, BSc Eng (Electro-Mech), Pr Eng ECSA

Guy-Radford

Alan Rosewall has been working with Paterson & Cooke since 2006. He has been involved in a range of slurry projects, from product development and test work, to conceptual studies, detailed design, commissioning and start-up. Alan’s main area of expertise is in the hydraulic and mechanical design of pumping and pipeline systems for slurry transport applications. He fulfils engineering and managing roles for various projects.

CONTACT

Contact the Perth Office

 

Paterson & Cooke was formed in 1991 as a partnership between Dr. Robert Cooke and Dr. Angus Paterson, with the aim of providing consulting services specializing in hydraulics and hydrotransport to the local mining industry.

Since then the company has grown and extended its range of services so that it now offers comprehensive specialist and slurry handling solutions from its offices in Cape Town and Johannesburg in South Africa, Santiago in Chile, Denver in the USA, Sudbury, Vancouver and Calgary in Canada, Perth in Australia and Cornwall in the UK.

We pride ourselves on the quality of our work and on being able to offer innovative solutions to our clients.

Our engineering operations are supported through comprehensive laboratory services covering rheology, pipe loop tests, pump performance tests, clay behaviour analysis, thickening, filtration, cycloning and backfill material characterization.

Our strength lies in the intellect, commitment and creativity of the people who work for Paterson & Cooke.

Cape Town Office & Laboratory

Sunrise Park, Sunrise Circle, Ndabeni, 7405, South Africa
PO Box 38045, Pinelands, 7430, South Africa

Tel: +27 21 531 2955 | Fax: +27 86 546 9876
E-mail: CapeTown@PatersonCooke.com

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