It is located in the south of Peru, region Cusco, province of Espinar, 4.100 m.s.n.m. It has a modern sulfur plant that produces copper concentrates. It began operations in November 2012.
Anddes contributes to the success of the Antapaccay project, through:
- Conceptual study of the Tintaya slab.
- Update of the physical stability analysis of the Ccamacmayo dam.
- Update of the basic engineering of the Tintaya relay developed in 2009.
- Detail engineering for the waterproofing of the contact of the Chabuca Norte and Botadero 70 pit.
- Conceptual study for the storage of the tailings of the Coroccarasihuayco project.
- Update of the seismic hazard study of the Antapaccay project and development of generic seismic response spectra for rock in the project area.
- Geotechnical study for the foundation of the new concentrate thickener Feasibility study of the Tintaya tailings deposit for the support of the EIA.
- Modifier before the authority.
- Geotechnical study for foundation purposes for the 6.1 km long Tintaya conveyor belt.
- Geophysical tests to characterize the dynamic parameters of the ground foundation of the crusher and analysis of seismic amplification.
- Geotechnical investigations consisting of drilling, geological-geotechnical profiles of the stacker, boveda and tunnel zones and load capacity analysis.
- Conceptual level update of the existing design of the Tintaya tailings tank considering the new Coroccohuayco LOM.