GoldSim Certified Solution Providers are organizations that have extensive experience applying GoldSim to complex problems. They can provide consulting services to build GoldSim models for your organization.
The following organizations currently provide these services:
(You can apply to become a GoldSim Certified Solution Provider here).
Enchemica is a scientific consulting company specializing in geochemistry and radiochemistry. Most of their projects involve conceptualization of water management systems and associated effects of mineral-water reactions on water quality. Conceptual models are used to guide development and application of geochemical and GoldSim models to interpret factors affecting water chemistry and make predictions of the effects of future operations on water chemistry for both onsite system and affected offsite natural systems. Enchemica also provides services for baseline geochemical characterization particularly in the development of data useful for understanding water chemistry in application to permitting and water treatment design. Their client base includes primarily mining companies and governmental agencies.
Forte Dynamics is a civil, mechanical, and metallurgical engineering consulting company based in the United States. Forte specializes in optimizing mining performance and water related projects with its multi-disciplinary team, utilizing numeric simulation for enhancing each process and overall project economics. From assisting mining companies in mine planning, to optimizing heap leach and milling processes, Forte staff has extensive experience in using GoldSim for a variety of complex mining applications.
Golder Associates (WSP)
Golder Associates is a respected, employee-owned, global company providing consulting, design, and construction services in the specialist areas of earth, environment, and the related areas of energy. From 160 offices worldwide, their more than 7,000 employees work with clients to manage their environmental and engineering activities in a technically sound, economically viable, and socially responsible manner. Golder’s staff have extensive experience in using GoldSim for a wide variety of projects worldwide.
Hatch is an employee-owned, multidisciplinary professional services firm that delivers a comprehensive array of technical and strategic services, including consulting, information technology, engineering, process development, and project and construction management to the Mining, Metallurgical, Energy, and Infrastructure sectors. Hatch has served clients for over six decades with corporate roots extending over 100 years and has project experience in more than 150 countries around the world. With over 11,000 people in over 65 offices, the firm has more than $35 billion in projects currently under management. Hatch’s engineers, hydrologists, and geochemists have extensive experience in science and engineering evaluations of complex systems and rely on probabilistic and deterministic simulation models as standards tools for assessment of financial, engineering, and environmental aspects of mining projects.
Houston Engineering, Inc. (HEI) is an engineering firm whose service areas include water resources, water quality, environmental, transportation, infrastructure, and geospatial technology. Their projects span across the US with diverse clients in many markets including government, tribal, private industry, and non-profits. Many of their largest projects revolve around water quantity and quality, including flood protection and reduction, drainage and stormwater management, watershed planning and modeling, and the protection and improvement of water quality in lakes and streams. They have successfully applied GoldSim in a variety of lake restoration projects, using it to quantify water and nutrient mass balance and to assess the impacts of management decisions and external changes on water resources systems.
Since 1970, LRE Water has provided water resources engineering and technology consulting services to clients throughout the Western U.S. LRE Water’s clients include municipalities, water districts, land owners, private clients, and attorneys who are faced with solving complex water resources problems. They rely on well-designed, robust planning models to analyze and support future operational, planning, and water supply development decisions. LRE Water’s in-house expertise includes water supply planning, water rights, climate adaptation analyses, environmental permitting, groundwater resource management, software development, and water innovation and technology. LRE Water has created numerous customized GoldSim models and decision support solutions to aid their clients in probabilistic planning using uncertainty to represent future unknowns.
Montgomery & Associates
Montgomery & Associates (M&A) has a loyal base of clients that have come to expect state-of-the-art technical innovation combined with a strong, practical understanding of groundwater science. M&A provides services in seven main areas: mining hydrogeology; environmental hydrogeology; water resource planning; hydrologic modeling; water rights and impacts; water supply and recharge; and data management services. Working with clients in the mining, municipal, industrial, land development, tribal, and agricultural sectors, M&A offers one of the most experienced hydrologic modeling teams in the southwestern United States. More than one dozen M&A professionals are proficient in developing models using a variety of software. Most of our principals have more than 20 years of experience, and nearly all have advanced degrees, along with one or more professional registrations. M&A staff members frequently present at conferences, participate in professional organizations, and serve on advisory boards.
Neptune and Company
Neptune and Company is an environmental consulting company based in the United States that specializes in environmental statistics and decision analysis, probabilistic modeling, environmental fate and transport modeling, and human health and ecological risk assessment. Neptune excels in developing and applying probabilistic decision analysis models to help solve complex environmental problems, including management of radioactive and municipal waste disposal systems, revitalizing industrially contaminated areas (brownfields), watershed management, remediation options analysis, environmental site characterization, and technology evaluation.
Quintessa is a leading-edge scientific, mathematical and strategic consultancy, providing scientific software, research and analysis to public and private organisations to facilitate a low carbon future. Quintessa’s services cover decision support, geosciences, mathematics, risk assessment and software development together with customised training in all of these areas. GoldSim has been a key tool for Quintessa for over ten years and has been used in a wide range of analyses, such as; contaminant fate and transport analysis for waste management; systems-level hydrological modelling; and impact assessments of coastal erosion of surface disposal facilities.
The Stantec community unites approximately 22,000 employees working in over 400 offices located in local communities across six continents. As an international professional services company in the design and consulting industry, we collaborate across disciplines and industries to bring buildings, energy, natural resource, environmental, water, and infrastructure projects to life. Stantec is ranked among the top 10 global design firms and is considered among the world’s most prominent firms in water supply, management, and treatment. Stantec has an experienced team of GoldSim developers located around the globe ready to take on the most complex simulation challenges.
EMM, an employee-owned business operating in Australia and Canada, combines technical expertise with a deep understanding of big picture sustainable business strategy to deliver solutions that drive positive environmental, economic, and social impact while creating long-term value for their clients. Their team of dedicated environmental professionals, consisting of scientists, engineers, planners, and strategic advisors, place innovation, collaboration and out-of-the-box thinking at the core of their approach. They use GoldSim’s powerful simulation capabilities to gain valuable insights into complex water and waste management systems, enabling them to develop robust strategies for sustainable resource use and environmental protection.