Managing Director – Cameron Bain
With over 30 years’ experience in the resources and processing industries, including over 100km of Pipeline and Tank D&C, Cameron has a proven ability to manage and produce high-quality projects within timeframe and budget. Cameron is also experienced in preparing proposals, budget and design documentations and has developed capital and minor projects from site supervision through to management of contractors. Cameron is highly skilled at undertaking feasibility studies and engineering reviews. His ability to develop innovative solutions to complex problems is recognized throughout the industry. Project experience includes work with the Pasminco Century, PWCS (Expansion Projects), Comalco Alumina, KPC 30Mtpa Upgrade of the Overland Conveyor, the MAC E-Deposit for BHPB Iron Ore Upgrade Projects and Heated Leach Project for Fosterville Gold. One of his notable roles was project engineer for the Olympic Dam Expansion Project. Cameron previously took on the responsibility of Principal of Minerva Engineers.
General Manager – John Tusa
With more than 30 years’ experience in minerals, lime and cement industries, John brings a wealth of experience to his new role as General Manager at Mincore where he will be providing strategic leadership to business critical teams. He comes to Mincore from a distinguished career at Vickers Ruwolt and FLSmidth specialising in crushing, grinding and pyro processing, as well as Thyssenkrupp. John has extensive experience in project management, business development, strategic planning, financial evaluation and material handling.
Project and Engineering Manager – Sean Supanz
Sean has over 30 years’ experience in the design of minerals processing plants including but not limited to gold, base metals, Tantalum and Diamond. For 22 years Sean has been either Lead or Principal Engineer in several organisations and Engineering Manager for the last 10 years. The role of Engineering Manager requires Sean to be responsible for the engineering within the organisation along with administration of personnel and marketing of the business. Depending on business requirements, he can be directly involved in projects/studies through to providing overview and peer review of projects/studies.
Business Development & Project Manager – Brian Campbell
Brian is a Chemical Engineer and currently the Managing Director for PyroPhos Resources Pty Ltd. He has experience in international business development, study management, design, coaching and plant operations. Brian’s technical focus includes phosphates, fertilisers, minerals, oil and gas, sales and marketing. He has coached over 100 marketing projects across resources, manufacturing, IT, retail and logistics industries. Brian has bid, marketed and or managed projects in countries including Australia, Angola, Brunei, Bahrain, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Jordan, Kazakhstan, Iraq, Iran, Mali, New Zealand, Nigeria, Morocco, Oman, Peru, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Thailand, Tunisia, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, USA.
Project Controls & Strategy Manager – Alan Oldham
Alan Oldham has over 35 years’ experience in the heavy industrial engineering sector with 30 years’ experience as a project controls and estimating specialist. He has significant experience with major projects developed from inception through execution, and a wide range of project experience both domestic and offshore. As a Consultant Engineer, Alan has worked on a variety of projects providing capital cost estimating, project planning and cost control services to major companies. Alan spent 16 years as Principal Project Controls Engineer with Bechtel, providing support to the company in various project controls positions for their mining, oil and gas, pulp and paper and infrastructure business sectors. Alan has been responsible for the training and development of both client and company project controls engineers and has been involved in the development of innovative project controls solutions for major projects including the creation of the partnering incentive contracting model.