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Gold Mine Site Buildings

Porpuse Of Use Mining Extraction and Processing Site Buildings
Building Model Prefabricated Building
Number Of Buildings 150 Block
Total Area 4.000 m²
Project Year 2020
Region To Be Used Gabgaba, Sudan
Completion Time 175 Days
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Large Project to Abu Hamad Gold Mine Site

We have completed the installation of massive construction site buildings with a total area of 4.000 m² in Sudan, the third-largest gold producer in Africa. The project, led by our subsidiary Precon, involved the installation of 150 separate buildings in challenging desert conditions, and was completed in 175 days. The installed buildings serve as a gold extraction and processing facility for Manub Mining, operating in the Abu Hamad region.

An Exemplary Project for Gold Mining Operations

The prefabricated construction site group, specially designed to meet the needs of gold mine extraction and operation facilities in the Abu Hamad region, included a variety of buildings such as gold mine operation offices, inspection and analysis laboratories, technical office buildings, processing facilities, dormitory and cafeteria buildings, and social areas. Other structures on the site include a laundry, a mosque, a health facility, a clinic, and a workplace safety office. With their high insulation provided by wall panels and roofing systems, prefab structures have made gold mine extraction activities in Abu Hamad much easier. Working in the cool environment of the offices during the daytime and resting in well-insulated prefab dormitories at night helps to ensure workers wake up refreshed the next day.

Modern Technology in Gold Mining Operations

With the structures we have built in the region, gold extraction and processing activities have begun to be carried out using modern techniques. The transition from primitive and life-threatening methods previously used for extraction to new techniques has been achieved. The use of elements such as mercury, lead, arsenic, and cadmium previously used in traditional methods for gold extraction caused toxic waste that had destructive effects on the environment. These elements, used without supervision and control, inevitably mixed with the Nile River, which passes very close to the town. The environmental damage caused by traditional mining in the region was documented through academic analysis. Analyses of water, plant, and soil samples taken from the region where traditional mining was carried out revealed high concentrations of these metals. The concentration of these metals exceeded internationally accepted levels. Mercury concentrations in some water samples were 2004 ppb, arsenic 14.23 ppm, lead 1233 ppm, and cadmium 14.67 ppm. In the soil, Hg 3459 ppb, As 585.4, Pb 592. The introduction of modern facilities in the region has enabled safer measures to be taken to protect the environment and human health.

Abu Hamad, the center of Sudan's mining industry

Abu Hamad is a town located on the right bank of the Nile River, northeast of the capital Khartoum, with a distance of 555 km to the capital. The town is surrounded by the S-shaped curves of the Nile, creating breathtaking views. Sudan's mining industry is centered around Abu Hamad, which is one of the fundamental towns in the sector. In 2021, more than 93 tons of ore were extracted across Sudan, most of which came from the Abu Hamad region.

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