Skeena Resources is proposing to restart operations at the historical underground Eskay Creek Mine as an open-pit gold-silver mine. Eskay Creek is located 83 kilometres (km) northwest of Stewart, BC and 125 km south of Iskut, BC within the traditional territory of the Tahltan Nation and the asserted traditional territory of the Skii Km Lax Ha Nation. The site is currently accessible by a 61 km access road connected to Highway 37 near the Bob Quinn Airstrip.
Skeena Resources engaged Tahltan-Allnorth to support the development of the surface infrastructure on the project. As a trusted advisor, our team facilitated discussions, assisted with permitting, permitting inputs, RFP development and the development and execution of engineering scopes.
Tahltan-Allnorth is providing project management, engineering, design and construction management services for the access road repairs.
As part of this project, our team carried out a transportation study with respect to the Eskay Creek access road bridges and bulk concentrate haul, including bridge inspections, structural evaluations and cost estimating.
- Civil Engineering and Design of Roads and Bridges
- Structural Engineering
- Quarry Development
- Landfill Design
- Traffic Study
- Procurement Support
- Construction Management
- Quality Management
- Camp Site Grading Plans
Northwest of Stewart, BC