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Thank you for visiting us at EuroSafety

Sep 19, 2016

The EuroSafety, Workplace Welfare and Logistics events between 13 -15 September 2016 brought together more than 8.500 professionals from the fields of safety, well-being at work, material handling and logistics. This was the second time...Read more


Golder Associates Recognizes New Leaders Globally

Apr 7, 2016

Golder Associates Corporation is proud to recognize this year’s global roster of new leaders that have been appointed as Principals and Associates. These leaders, who are also technical and business professionals, comprise 25 Principals...Read more


Norra Kärr

Establishing a sustainable REE supply chain in Europe

Oct 29, 2015

From magnets in computers and smartphones, lenses for telescopes and metals in aircraft engines, to contrast agents for MRI scans, Rare Earth Elements (REE) are used to make a long list of the high technology products we surround ourselves with...Read more


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Fluid regulations keep consultants on their toes

Oct 8, 2015

Environmental consultants must deal with constantly changing administrative structures and laws. For those who are ready to negotiate the legal maze, there is plenty of work.  In this special report piece in Budapest Business Journal,...Read more


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Golder shares best practice advice for Environmental Impact Assessments

Oct 5, 2015

Climate risk is becoming increasingly important in the regions of the world facing climate strain and also for Golder Associates large, global Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) practice. In this issue of Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ),...Read more


Canadian breakfast seminar in Norway

Sep 24, 2015

On Tuesday 22nd September Golder hosted a Canadian breakfast seminar together with the Canadian Norwegian Business Association (CNBA) at the Oslo Chamber of Commerce. Niels Strufe, Senior Project Manager at the Copenhagen office and...Read more


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How to Best Supply Power to Mining Operations

Sep 14, 2015

Mines can often be at the very end of a grid network and are therefore susceptible to power fluctuations. Certain countries and regions where mines are located are also more at risk of power outage due to bad weather or natural disasters. Thus,...Read more


Bryan Pullman

Remote Mining Sites: Golder’s advice to operators

Sep 9, 2015

As more accessible mining reserves around the globe diminish, projects are increasingly moving to remote regions. This brings its own set of challenges for mining companies to overcome in order to ensure successful, safe and profitable operations...Read more


Anna-Lena Öberg-Högsta

Anna-Lena Öberg-Högsta: Future engineer

Aug 28, 2015

Some of the largest infrastructure projects in the Nordics are currently taking place in Sweden. In the country’s two biggest cities, Stockholm and Gothenburg, core infrastructure is being developed to improve the connections to surrounding...Read more

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