The Potash Corporation Mine is located in Rocanville, Saskatchewan. This mine is recognized as one of the largest potash mines in the world and we are proud to have been part of this project.
Scott Steel was entrusted with the responsibility of demolishing, erecting, and cladding two new head frame structures. Our team faced unique challenges during the demolition of an existing head frame structure with the new head frame already erected on top of the old structure, which required careful consideration for both safety and execution. Our team of experts worked tirelessly to ensure that each step of the process was executed flawlessly and adhered to the strictest safety standards.
We were committed to ensuring that our work environment is safe for all our employees and have implemented a comprehensive safety program that includes regular training sessions, safety audits, and risk assessments.
"Scott Steel Erectors were awarded a number of significant contracts for the demolition, erection and cladding of two new head frame structures at the Potash Corporation mine at Rocanville Saskatchewan. The contracts were part of a major expansion project of one of the world’s largest potash mines. In particular, the demolition of an existing head frame structure with the new head frame already erected on top of the old structure presented unique challenges for both safety and execution. The work was carefully planned and engineered well in advance and then flawlessly executed by a professional team of management and trades people. I would not hesitate to recommend Scott Steel Erectors for this type of work."