Press releases and media coverage
Safety and productivity have always been the top drivers in just about any mining operation. Yet as facilities age and the need for return on investment grows, these two parameters often work against each other. Austmine caught up with Greg Wearing from ground engineering specialist Mainmark to discuss why innovation holds the key and must become the core business function of any mining services company.
But when is a crack something minor or a problem that needs to be tackled on a bigger scale?
Media Coverage - Industry Q&A: How Inovation is Driving Safer, more Productive Mines
7th November 2017Read more
Most homeowners will spot a crack or two (or more) in their house at some time, even those who don’t live in an earthquake zone.But when is a crack something minor or a problem that needs to be tackled on a bigger scale?
Media Coverage - When is a crack in the house a problem?
27th October 2017Read more
Mainmark: There is estimated to be approximately 50,000 abandoned mines across Australia with a significant number of these posing threats to both public safety and the environment. According to the 2012 NSW Auditor-General Report, derelict mines represent the largest category of contamination liability for the state of NSW.
Media Coverage - Overcoming the challenges associated with decommissioning abandoned mines
23rd October 2017Read more
The successful remediation of an abandoned mineshaft in West Wyalong, NSW, has seen the project nominated as a finalist for International Project of the Year at the 2017 International Ground Engineering Awards in London.
Media Coverage - Innovative technique to plug abandoned mineshaft
23rd October 2017Read more
Ground engineering specialist Mainmark has provided technically advanced solutions that have been successfully used to both remediate and decommission pipelines for a major water infrastructure project in New South Wales.
Media Coverage - Mainmark completes challenging pipe remediation and decommissioning
19th October 2017Read more
Advances in relevelling products and processes for buildings are creating cost-effective and less invasive alternatives to traditional underpinning methods.
Media Coverage - New non-invasive ground improvement solution
Property and Build
4th October 2017Read more
Redland City Council (SE Qld) has engaged Arup to trial several different methods to help prevent canal banks and associated retaining walls from moving, with Mainmark’s Teretek as one option.
Media Coverage - News bulletin 35
Concrete Institute of Australia
5th September 2017Read more
Non-invasive ground improvement solutions can fortify foundations for new builds and renovations.
Media Coverage - Preparing the ground for new builds and renovations
4th September 2017Read more
Advances in re-levelling products and processes for buildings have created cost-effective and less invasive alternatives to traditional underpinning methods.
Media Coverage - Non-invasive ground improvement solutions can fortify foundations for new builds and renovations
30th August 2017Read more
The Redland City Council in Brisbane is experiencing an ongoing problem with canal revetment and retaining wall movement in Raby Bay and has initiated a trial to test the suitability of various treatment options.
Media Coverage - Mainmark participates in revetment and retaining wall stabilisation trials at Raby Bay
23rd August 2017Read more
With advances in structural monitoring technology, it is now possible to identify early warning signs of structural damage or weakness in real-time. Dynamic structural monitoring technology known as STRAAM (Structural Risk Assessment and Management) collects data on how a building moves, which can be used to initiate repairs or renovations sooner, limit the risk of further damage, better manage occupant safety and support possible litigation.
Media Coverage - The future of managing structural risk
21st July 2017Read more
MAINMARK DECOMMISSIONS ONE OF NSW’S MOST CHALLENGING ABANDONED MINESHAFTS Ground engineering firm Mainmark has been announced as a finalist for the International Project of the Year Award at the 2017 Ground Engineering Awards for its work in successfully decommissioned one of New South Wales’ most technically and physically challenging derelict mineshafts.
Press Release - Mainmark announced as a finalist for 2017 Ground Engineering Awards
Australasian Mining Review
7th June 2017Read more