Resource Evaluation

A public or private organization that does not know its mining assets can not reach or develop a legal-political-social-economic-environmental policy with sustainable arguments over time.

Applied Geostatistic

The statistical-mathematical-geological quantification brings us closer to certainties and distances us from uncertainties.

Reconciliation and Grade Control

The process of reconciliation and mineral control of our dynamic-daily business model versus the pre-established model in the feasibility allows us to adjust the uncertainty of the business in the future.



Audit and Due Diligence

An expert (C.P. = Q.P.) approaches us to quantify the potentialities of the business and in definitive to reduce the uncertainties.

Data Base Control 

Maintenance of data bases in general.

Mine Geology

The mining geology of daily advance must be dynamically reconciled with the pre-established geological model in the feasibility stage of the Project in addition this daily advance must be used as control and update to the pre-established geological model. 




QA/QC Processes and Analysis

Almost all the decisions that are made regarding a mining project from exploration to mine closure are based on values ​​obtained from sampled material. The sample is the hard data and the first pillar where the model of recoverable resources is supported. The PGSc team offers advice on the construction of robust geological databases the design of the main parameters considered in logging sampling analytical methods protocols and practices for the control and continuous improvement of exploration data. It also provides support to design develop execute and supervise different drilling programs and types of drilling. The processes of collection, manipulation of samples and subsequent laboratory data are subject to quality controls (QA / QC), which ensure precisition-accuracy and representativeness of the values ​​obtained during processing and analysis

Geological Modelling

The geological model is the second pillar of the recoverable resource model, where the most subjective part is for the construction of a geostatistic block economic model and requires a deep knowledge of the geology alterations structure mineralization and genesis of the deposit. The value of a model lies in its reliability and predictability. A model is reliable when it can be audited and shows consistency and coherence. It is predictive when we can generate future mining plans based on this model.

The PGSc team offers advice on the interpretation coding construction and validation of the geological model and can review define interpret and process exploration data sets, simplify appropriate three-dimensional geological models analyze and define geological units to estimate a resource also order-prepare-validate a block model that represents the spatial distribution of assay grade and other geological attributes. 


The PGSc team is composed of professionals who teach at different universities and have developed different types of courses and workshops over the years at the level of postgraduate and professional university students. They have also conducted and taught courses for public and private companies which include seminars and customized training courses for mining and environmental companies. The courses cover all aspects of the Resource Estimate; Conditional simulations; Audits of technical-economic feasibility level in the mining industry; Resource Classification; Seminars for compliance with international standards such as JORC and NI 43-101; Planning and programming of mines; Control of assay Grades and reconciliations, Evaluation and design of open pit mines; Environmental geostatistics; Scientific visualization and a conceptual approach for the development of environmental projects; Mining sampling, QA / QC with its processes and analysis, Geological modeling, Leadership workshops and teamwork, etc.