For us, success is about completing a project that Tetra Tech Proteus, our clients and our project partners can all be proud of.
Tetra Tech Proteus, received the 2016 Bentley Be Inspired Award for the Innovation in Mining Category at the Bentley Year in Infrastructure Conference in London.
This was the second year in a row that Tetra Tech Proteus was honoured with this award. Tetra Tech Proteus was selected for its work on the Tanami Expansion Project, an upgrade for the Tanami Gold Mine owned by Newmont.
The project – located in the Tanami Desert of Australia’s Northern Territory – aimed to increase the production capacity of the 20-year-old plant to 2.6 million tonnes per year. The team successfully used Bentley’s OpenPlant Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (PID) software to generate all the piping and instrumentation diagram and drawings (P&ID) required for the project. Multiple design changes occurred throughout the life of the project, but the team used OpenPlant PID to efficiently retain and modify the intelligence attached to the P&IDs.
Tetra Tech Proteus received the 2015 Bentley Be Inspired Award for the company’s work on the Kvanefjeld Rare Earth- Uranium Project in Narsaq, Greenland. Tetra Tech Proteus has successfully developed a Bentley Microstation 3D model and integrated it with Google Earth 3D actual terrain spatial scan and satellite photography.
This has enabled our client to successfully present their stakeholders with environmental and visual impacts of the proposed plant onto the existing environment.