On June 17, 2019, BAUER Maschinen GmbH, together with a JV partner, successfully completed the first 228 m cutter bulk sample on the FalCon project in Canada. This depth has never been reached by a trench cutter in any commercial application worldwide before and proves that Bauer cutter technology can not only be used in specialist foundation engineering, but is also suitable for the exploration and mining industry. The FalCon project of Rio Tinto Exploration Canada Inc. ("Rio Tinto") and Star Diamond Corporation aims to prove the commercial viability of the Fort a la Corne kimberlite fields in Saskatchewan in Canada. Due to the low grade of the kimberlites, Rio Tinto decided to use Bauer trench cutter technology to provide large-volume, high quality kimberlite samples for the final evaluation of the project in regards to diamond content and recovered diamond quality.
Bauer Foundations Canada Inc.
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About Bauer Foundations Canada Inc.
BAUER Foundations Canada Inc. provides expert design build solutions in shoring systems, all types of piles and deep foundations, slurry cut-off walls, ground improvement, and other specialty geotechnical areas. We perform work across Canada from our headquarters in Calgary, Alberta and are renowned for our dedication to delivering safe projects to the highest quality which meet and often exceed our clients' needs.
BAUER Foundations Canada Inc. is the Canadian subsidiary of the construction division BAUER Spezialtiefbau GmbH of the international BAUER Group, headquartered in Schrobenhausen, Germany. The BAUER Group is a world renowned foundation contractor, designer and manufacturer of the world's finest foundation equipment. The close relationship among BAUER Group subsidiaries means that we are able to draw upon technical expertise, resources, and state-of-the-art equipment being developed by Bauer around the world.
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