Teamwork Makes the Dream Work
New Events, New Space, New Talent
In person events are back and thriving! The TMG team was thrilled to attend the PDAC (Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada) 2022 Convention in Toronto this past June. After two years of virtual events and meetings, TMG welcomed the opportunity to meet, greet, network, and to be surrounded by colleagues and thought-leaders who were ready to learn and explore what is next in our exciting mining industry. TMG is confident that the recent PDAC convention will kick-start the investment and development of several projects in different phases.
A kick-start to the investment and development of several projects.
PDAC 2022 Convention
Recognized as “the world’s premier mineral exploration and mining convention”, the PDAC 2022 conference celebrated its 90th anniversary this year. “PDAC is the leading convention for people, governments, companies and organizations connected to mineral exploration. The annual convention is held in Toronto, Canada. It has grown in size, stature and influence since it began in 1932 and today is the event of choice for the world’s mineral industry. From 2021 it is also offered as an online event.” Source.
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In addition to meeting with colleagues from around the world, the TMG team had the opportunity to interact with the more than 1,100 exhibitors, industry investors and other conference attendees throughout the many offered courses and networking events.
TMG recognizes the importance for mining companies, contractors and government entities to come together and open conversations about what’s ahead in the mining industry. Several countries were represented with booths at the PDAC convention, promoting mining in their regions. Countries like Mongolia, Guyana, Finland, Greenland, and many others were present with new investment opportunities now that precious metal prices are at an all-time high.
This is a kick-start to the discussions, interactions and ultimately investment that will lead to the future of both Greenfield mining projects involving new mine sites that are ready to be developed in virgin terrain, as well as Brownfield mining projects consisting of the expansion or rehabilitation of existing mine facilities.
New members of TMG were able to enhance their exposure to mining through their attendance to several conference events, including but not limited to: presentations, networking sessions and one-on-one exchanges with clients and contractors at their booths. TMG representatives fully immersed themselves in the learning and leadership opportunities at hand.
TMG PDAC Social Event and Office Warming
TMG also hosted its inaugural PDAC Social Event at its new 15 Toronto Street office. The event allowed both new, existing, and potential clients, partners, and colleagues to socialize, network and dine while checking out the new space. Technical Management Group wishes to thank all those who were able to attend and make the social a great and enjoyable success.
The Future of Our Industry
TMG continues to move forward with successful partnerships in an industry that is always evolving. The team is proud to be progressing with growth and innovation. Please join TMG in welcoming its newest team members, Kendall Glen, Natalie Poole, and Brandon Chung.
Kendall Glen is a TMG Project EIT (Engineering Intern), responsible for assisting in various technical and project management functions related to TMG’s various global projects. She has a Mechanical Engineering background and was previously a summer intern at TMG, which included two site rotations to the Newcrest Red Chris mine site. Kendall enjoys a very active lifestyle and she has a background in Figure Skating and Latin Ballroom dancing.
“I enjoy working at TMG because it is a very supportive and healthy team environment where everyone wants the best for one another. I love their management style and how their focus is on long-term professional development.”
Natalie Poole is interning as Project Coordinator at TMG, entering her final year of Chemical Process Engineering at Queen’s University. She is eager to learn more about project management and apply her technical knowledge to any project. Natalie is also interested in business, and holds the active roles as Treasurer of the Queen’s Chemical Engineering Student Council and Logistics Coordinator of the Queen’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Committee.
“My time at TMG thus far has been a great learning experience and the work environment is very positive and welcoming.”
Brandon Chung is a summer intern at TMG taking on an Engineering Project Coordinator role. In the fall, he will be entering his 3rd year of Mechanical Engineering at Queen’s University and is an active member of the Queen’s Varsity Rowing Team. Brandon has a passion for engineering design, project management, and finance.
“TMG has provided valuable industry-related exposure and mentorship that I will look back on throughout the entirety of my career.”
TMG looks forward to what the remainder of 2022 has to offer, and to growing and thriving with many of its clients, colleagues, and friends. Since its inception in 2020, TMG has provided oversight services at 11 different sites for 14 mining projects, and continues to grow in partnership with valued clients. The team looks forward to new opportunities and to solving challenges with thought-provoking solutions and incomparable leadership.
Your TMG Team
TMG provides a unique oversight service to mining company executives and project owners who are, or will be, engaged in growing or enhancing their enterprise through capital projects. Our collective years of expertise enable us to get things done faster – ultimately saving you precious time, and helping you honour your project budget. In an industry where timing is everything, bringing TMG in at the right stage of your investment to be the eyes and ears for the project is critical.
Let’s connect and discover how we can help you bring your projects in on time.