2019 Industry Partnership Award
Renowned for technical excellence in geosciences and environmental solutions, Golder is a global, 100% employee-owned consulting firm with over a half century of successful service to our clients. Working across all seven continents, our 6,500 professionals flourish in an environment where collaboration and innovation are fostered. We deliver a level of excellence and expertise that is safe, innovative, industry-leading and is always focused on a shared vision of success with our clients.
global mining business provides integrated engineering and
environmental services to achieve the objectives of our mining clients
in all market conditions. Our team of over 1,800 dedicated mining
professionals work across all stages of the mine life cycle, from
exploration to closure. Golder’s full mining solutions include:
Our strong presence in the Southwest allows us to draw on both global and local expertise to deliver innovative, cost-effective mining solutions to our clients in the region. Golder values the relationships we have cultivated throughout the Southwest via our offices in Phoenix and Tucson, Arizona, and Albuquerque and Silver City, New Mexico.
Golder is proud to contribute to industry leading initiatives such as developing the closure guidelines for Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) nations and the recently released International Council on Mining & Metals (ICMM) Mine Closure Good Practice Guide. Industry staples, the Mathew’s Method and the Scaled Span Method for crown pillar stability assessments, were both developed by Golder. Our teams have also contributed to many mining guidelines, including authoring the mine waste dump and stockpile design guidelines and the Global Acid Rock Drainage Guide. We are proud to take an active role in the mining community through our involvement in local, national and international mining associations, committees and conferences.
At Golder, we thrive on challenges, and there’s no challenge we are more passionate about than the safe, economical and sustainable development of Earth’s natural resources.