Case study

Legacy Project

Project details
Project name:
Legacy Project
Client name:
K+S Potash Canada (KSPC)
Saskatchewan, Canada
Key stats
22+ million workhours completed safely:
Winner of Hatch-CIM Mining & Minerals Project Development Safety Award.
Reduced facility footprint by 45%:
Maximised facility layout, materials, pre-assembly, and capital efficiency to achieve significant cost savings.
Leveraging workshare:
Teaming up to bring Wood expertise from across Canada –project leadership, wet mill and infrastructure (Saskatoon), product storage, and load-out (Trail), utilities (Oakville), and estimating (Calgary).
Wood scope
PMC (Project Management Consultant) EPCM & Commissioning partner for this complex C$4.1 Billion greenfield solution mine.

Meeting global demand for potash

The Legacy project, known as the most modern mining project of its time, is the first greenfield potash mine built in Saskatchewan in over 40 years. Designed to produce 2.86 million tonnes per year over a 55-year mine life, the project contributes to meeting global demand for potash, a critical input for food security.

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