EPC/M, EPS, Turnkey and BOOT Project Delivery
RMS Responsible Mining Solutions offers a full suite of engineering, procurement, construction, and mining management services. We are fortune to operate as a single EPCM provider or as part of an integrated team to manage mining projects from engineering to commissioning. We assist mine operators make informed decisions and help deliver timely and cost-effective projects.
Our EPCM Team will Deliver on Time, on Budget and in Scope
We are a team of seasoned mining and mine engineering veterans who understand project funding, responsible capital management and the importance of delivering high-quality, innovative designs and solutions. Our EPCM team has delivered integrated designs that provide benefits across the project directly impacting safety, schedule, and cost. Our reporting, monitoring, and tracking processes ensure a complete and quality delivery.
RMS Responsible Mining Solutions is equipped to deliver EPC, EPCM, Turnkey and BOOT (Build, Own, Operate and Transfer) Projects.
Choosing the right EPCM is no easy decision but after all the considerations are made, we believe the choice will be clear!
RMS Corp. Offers:
- A long, established track record for successfully completing projects
- Collaborative partnerships and team mindset
- Excellent Health, Safety, Environmental standards
- Seasoned professionals, highly skilled and diversely abled resources
- Best in class Systems and Processes
- Low-cost sourcing capacity
- Global experience and a global reputation
The EPCM contract form suits a project where RMS Corp. is managing the overall project on behalf of the client, with third party suppliers and contractors performing the work.
The EPS contract form is applicable for projects where the client has a separate project team managing the suppliers and contractors and RMS Corp. is solely responsible for delivering the equipment scope of the project.
The EPS-CM contract form combines the EPCM and EPS contract forms, whereby RMS Corp. supplies the equipment and manage the balance of suppliers and contractors, with the on-site construction performed by a third party contractor, often a local company.
The EPC contract form assigns all functions to RMS Corp., including all supply and on-site construction functions.