Construction Management Agent (CDM Smith)



About CDM Smith

For more than 65 years, CDM Smith has provided innovative solutions combined with responsive, professional service to our clients. Worldwide, we deliver a full range of services that satisfy client needs for progressive planning, environmental evaluation, engineering, design, consulting, program management and construction management. With annual revenues of more than $1.2 billion, and more than 5,000 professionals in over 125 offices worldwide, CDM Smith maintains the size, stability, and resources to take on a wide range of projects successfully. Our projects range from small, short-term solutions to complex, ongoing environmental and industrial treatment, infrastructure and facility projects. We are currently managing more than $30 billion in construction projects worldwide.

CDM Smith has extensive experience providing total solutions for the mining industry. Our focus in mining has been life-of-mine services. CDM Smith projects have involved mine dumps; watershed assessments; acid mine drainage; and closures of landfills, open pits, and adits. We have specialists in fate and transport of mining waste, human and ecological risk assessment, and remedial measures. CDM Smith also has designed and built some of the largest and most innovative water treatment systems in the world. We have also supported ongoing mine infrastructure projects for both mine and mill operations and can design, construct, or close mine facilities.

CDM Smith has is working with Rosemont Copper to provide services for the design and construction of the Fresh Water Delivery System that includes 14 miles of distribution pipeline, pump stations, an electrical substation, and procurement support. Our team also is providing services for updating the existing Reclamation and Closure Plan to reflect the US Forest Service Barrel Alternative recommendation.

Our current role is providing Construction Management services for the planning, design, construction, and commissioning of Rosemont Copper’s new mine development south of Tucson.