In an exciting development Redpath Mining (South Africa) and multidisciplinary construction group Stefanutti Stocks are pleased to announce that they have entered into an alliance agreement. The two companies offer different, yet complementary capabilities and services to the mining sector, and the alliance will maximise benefits to existing and prospective clients, by giving them access to a complete turnkey mining solution.
Redpath Mining’s service offering includes shaft sinking, mine development, contract mining, raiseboring, underground construction, engineering and technical services, as well as speciality services focusing on underground infrastructure.
Stefanutti Stocks’s construction capabilities encompass all aspects of above-ground mining infrastructure construction including earthworks, civil construction, buildings, water treatment plants, pipelines, SMEIP (structural, mechanical, electrical, instrumentation and piping) and concrete rehabilitation. Its services to the sector also include contract mining, material handling and tailings management.
Both companies boast decades of mining sector experience in their respective fields of expertise, and their combined capabilities result in a powerful alliance that offers clients a comprehensive, turnkey solution to any nature of mining project - be it a remote greenfield mine development or significant expansion work at an established mine.
Further benefits to mining clients include a single role-player taking responsibility for an entire project, while all specialist skills-sets (from design through to construction and operation) provided by Redpath Mining (South Africa) and Stefanutti Stocks, can be fully utilised. This single point of contact simplifies the client interface and streamlines the project management process with the potential to be more cost-effective.
“We are excited to be part of this alliance, as this has the potential to be a great asset to the Southern African mining industry, and we are looking forward to putting our combined forces into play,” says Willie Meyburgh, Stefanutti Stocks Chief Executive Officer.
“Redpath Mining has long recognised the benefits of building relationships with organisations whose innovative approach and unique perspectives expand upon our own. The shared vision between Redpath Mining and Stefanutti Stocks has resulted in a strategic mining alliance that will grow from strength to strength,” says Ockert Douglas, Redpath Mining (South Africa) Managing Director.
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About Redpath Mining
Global experience, adaptability and exceptional workmanship has laid the foundation for Redpath Mining to lead the industry with its cutting-edge innovations in mining and safety practices.
Its services include underground construction, shaft sinking, raiseboring, mine contracting, raise mining, mine development, engineering and technical services and a variety of specialty services. Redpath Mining offers these services globally, backed by expertise and highly-qualified personnel with the capacity to support any scope of work.
About Stefanutti Stocks
The Stefanutti Stocks Group is one of South Africa’s leading listed construction groups with the capability to deliver a range of projects of any scale to a multitude of clients in diverse markets. This ambitious and well-respected construction group boasts technical proficiency across all divisions, decades of industry experience, financial strength, and common values which include an uncompromising commitment to safety and quality.
The group’s business units operate across South Africa and sub-Saharan Africa and include Structures (large concrete projects, geotechnical and marine); Building including affordable and mass housing; Roads, Pipelines and Mining Services (RPM); and Mechanical & Electrical (M&E) installation and construction.
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