89 Maple St

Maple St

Kemptonpark

1619

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.0994199

28.26457

121 Mendelssohn Rd

Mendelssohn Rd

Johannesburg

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.147847

27.984645

54 Maxwell Drive

Woodmead North Office Park

Maxwell Drive

Midrand

1685

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.042504

28.105215

PO Blackhill

Witbank

1035

Mpumalanga

South Africa

-25.890632

29.225845

1 Du Preez Av

Du Preez Av

Koffiefontein

9986

Free State

South Africa

-29.407512

24.998834

78 Shad Rd

Shad Rd

Germiston

1428

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.26704

28.18499

President Steyn 2 Shaft Area

General Office 63

President Steyn 2 Shaft Area

Welkom

9406

Free State

South Africa

-27.99609

26.817881

Premium

engineers - mining

11 13 St

13 St

Welkom

9460

Free State

South Africa

-27.99008

26.7773

Jones Rd

Metso Hse

Jones Rd

Boksburg

1459

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.158698

28.227503

Doorndraai St

Doornfontein Mine

Doorndraai St

Carletonville

2499

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.385643

27.405419

14 Cobalt St

Cobalt St

Rustenburg

0302

Noord Wes

South Africa

-25.63372

27.23278

Barend St

Niebert Bldg

Barend St

Klerksdorp

2571

North West

South Africa

-26.864172

26.670045

36 Wankel St

Wankel St

Boksburg

1459

Gauteng

South Africa

-26.15455

28.217277

Mining engineers

Mining engineers are involved in everything from oil and minerals exploration to mine construction and overseeing regulatory or safety requirements. They use their expert knowledge of mechanical and civil engineering principles to design new mining systems and equipment.They also design methods for extracting minerals that will ensure the protection of workers and the environment. Mining engineers try to keep costs low by developing more efficient and effective mining techniques. They might specialise in certain types of minerals, such as gold, platinum, copper, coal or a particular mining technique, such as surface or underground mining.
 
Some professional engineers work in research and development firms to design new equipment, while others actively participate in specific mining work on site with project managers and labour crews. They help them to discover mineral deposits and begin the digging process. These engineers may oversee the construction of shafts and inspect the ground to ensure safety and stability. Some work for equipment manufacturers as well as research and development firms. They analyse gaps in current mining systems such as drilling devices, ventilation systems and others. Mining engineers may also be involved in designing underground railway systems for navigation of materials as well as equipment used for testing underground air quality.

Other mining engineers may provide services in restoring and cleaning up the site after an excavation is completed. Cleaning up might be done for cosmetic or safety reasons. In some cases it might be necessary to rid land and water residual pollutants caused by a mining operation. They may also offer mining consultation services in determining safety practices, ways to best handle mining waste and help protect the environment.Clients who need mining engineers’ services can contact companies found in Yellow pages. They offer quality mining and consultation services at minimal costs.
 
Mining engineers

Mining engineers are involved in everything from oil and minerals exploration to mine construction and overseeing regulatory or safety requirements. They use their expert knowledge of mechanical and civil engineering principles to design new mining systems and equipment.They also design methods for extracting minerals that will ensure the protection of workers and the environment. Mining engineers try to keep costs low by developing more efficient and effective mining techniques. They might specialise in certain types of minerals, such as gold, platinum, copper, coal or a particular mining technique, such as surface or underground mining.
 
Some professional engineers work in research and development firms to design new equipment, while others actively participate in specific mining work on site with project managers and labour crews. They help them to discover mineral deposits and begin the digging process. These engineers may oversee the construction of shafts and inspect the ground to ensure safety and stability. Some work for equipment manufacturers as well as research and development firms. They analyse gaps in current mining systems such as drilling devices, ventilation systems and others. Mining engineers may also be involved in designing underground railway systems for navigation of materials as well as equipment used for testing underground air quality.

Other mining engineers may provide services in restoring and cleaning up the site after an excavation is completed. Cleaning up might be done for cosmetic or safety reasons. In some cases it might be necessary to rid land and water residual pollutants caused by a mining operation. They may also offer mining consultation services in determining safety practices, ways to best handle mining waste and help protect the environment.Clients who need mining engineers’ services can contact companies found in Yellow pages. They offer quality mining and consultation services at minimal costs.
 
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