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In with the old and new at Nevada Copper

Nevada Copper (CN:NCU) has re-hired former Pumpkin Hollow construction chief Timothy Dake and signed up David Swisher from Sibanye-Stillwater (SJ:SGL) as vice president of operations.
In with the old and new at Nevada Copper In with the old and new at Nevada Copper In with the old and new at Nevada Copper In with the old and new at Nevada Copper In with the old and new at Nevada Copper

Nevada Copper says the now-US$180 million project (the previous $220 million doesn't count) at Pumpkin Hollow will see production in 2019

Staff reporter

The company is building an underground copper project in the Silver State after a recent refinancing and management shift with 50% owner Pala Investments getting in the driver's seat.

Dake worked for Nevada Copper from 2011 to 2016, and is returning as general manager for surface construction after a stint at Guyana Goldfields (CN:GUY).

Swisher comes from the East Boulder underground platinum group metals mine in Montana, US, where he was mine manager.