Mine Reopens Just Nine Days after Major Fire

Industry: Mining

Project Scope

When fire damaged a Michigan iron ore mine last December and threatened to collapse a 400-foot long suspended limestone conveyor system, CR Meyer was called into engineer a solution to stabilize, decommission and dismantle the conveyor. The wide range of round-the-clock engineering and demolition expertise and manpower saved the mine from a long-term shutdown that would have resulted from the conveyor system falling onto the mine’s centralized electrical equipment.

The mine was back in operation just nine days after the fire.

A successful job, is a job done safely. We want to thank the CR Meyer employees for your hard work and dedication on this project. It has been a pleasure working with all of you.
Mining Industry Customer