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Cementation Americas acquires Terra Nova Technologies

Acquisition will expand mining contracting services
Cementation Americas has acquired California-based Terra Nova Technologies. (Supplied photo)

Cementation Americas, which includes a Canadian contingent, has acquired Terra Nova Technologies (TNT), a California-based design, consulting and contracting firm.

The company serves a number of industries globally, including mining and minerals processing, phosphate, waste, coal, aggregate, cement, and other bulk materials.

The transaction is expected to be complete by May 1.

“The purchase of TNT fits well within Cementation’s strategy to improve our ability to serve clients, both geographically and across the mining value chain,” said Justin Oleson, president of Cementation Americas, in a March 25 news release.

“The combining of Cementation and TNT complements both our underground and surface design/build portfolios, and better positions Cementation to support our clients’ total mining needs.” 

TNT was established in 1997 in San Diego, Calif., and has additional offices in Boise, Idaho, and Santiago Chile. The company has delivered 75 projects in more than 15 countries.

Cementation Canada is headquartered in North Bay. The company offers contracting and engineering services for the underground mining industry.