Where we have worked:
Redpath Experience: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, Uruguay, Venezuela
In 1982, Redpath was first commissioned to sink the shaft at the Escondida mine in the Atacama Desert, 170 km SE of Antofagasta in Northern Chile. Since the mid 1980s the company has successfully completed multiple projects in various South American countries including Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Columbia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela. From the company’s Santiago base, Redpath Chilena services the South American underground mining and civil tunneling markets.