MOSQUITO CONSOLIDATED GOLD MINES LIMITED
100 – 1616 West 3rd Avenue
Vancouver, B.C. V6J 1K2
Tel: (604) 689-7902
January 09, 2012 Symbol: MSQ-TSX-V
Mosquito Engages Sacré-Davey Engineering for Cumo Project Planning
Mosquito Consolidated Gold Mines Limited (”Mosquito”) is pleased to announce that is has engaged Sacré-Davey Engineering, a North Vancouver based engineering consulting firm with global project experience to complete an audit of all technical data related to Mosquito’s flagship Cumo Project, and prepare a detailed plan to advance Cumo through to a Feasibility Study. Cal Mark, P.Geo., will lead the project for Sacré-Davey.
Cal Mark, P.Geo, has over 40 years of mining experience in all phases of mining from greenfields exploration through to production. Mr. Mark has been involved with major open pit and underground mining projects throughout North America including the projected 80,000 tpd Mary River iron ore project in Nunavut and the Storie Molybdenum project in BC. Mr. Mark also held the position of Chief Geologist at the Campbell Mine in Red Lake, Ontario. Mr. Mark also has Idaho-based experience in permiting, feasibility, production, metallurgical plant design, underground and open pit mine development, mine closure and reclamation, exploration geology and tailings management. Cal Mark is also a lifetime member of the Sierra Club.
Mosquito President Brian McClay commented: “I’m very pleased to have Cal Mark on-board for the review and planning of the Cumo project. His experience dealing with permitting challenges as well as his geological, mining and environmental expertise will be a great asset to the project.” Mr. McClay goes on to add that “although the company has been through a difficult transition over the past several weeks, we believe we now have the financing, technical and operational expertise to significantly advance the Cumo deposit over the coming months and years. A comprehensive project plan is the first step in the process.”
Established in 1986, Sacré-Davey provides value-based, full-service engineering, project management and project solutions to its clients in the mining, energy and clean technology sectors. Over the past 25 years Sacre-Davey has provided its expertise to all aspects of the mining sector from exploration scoping studies, preliminary economic assesments and feasibility studies, to production and in-plant process. Sacré-Davey’s successful track-record with clients such as Highland Valley Copper, Sherwood Copper, Endako Mines and Overland Resources makes them an ideal partner to assist Mosquito with the advancement of this world-class project.
About Mosquito Consolidated Gold Mines Limited
Mosquito Consolidated Gold Mines Limited is a mining exploration and development company with a diverse portfolio of high potential precious and base metals projects, located in low political risk environments in North America. The Company’s primary focus is developing its Idaho-based Cumo project, one of the world’s largest molybdenum deposits with significant copper, silver and tungsten by-products. For more information about the company, please visit www.mosquitogold.com and www.cumoproject.com
Mosquito consolidated gold mines limited
“Brian A. McClay”
Brian A. McClay, President and Director
For further information: Tel: (604) 689-7902 / Fax: (604) 689-7816 / www.Mosquitogold.com
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