To become the leading medium-sized supplier of world-class, innovative processing and mining systems to a niche client base in the mining industry, by supplying products and services which add value to their bottom line.
ADP established in 1997 in Cape Town, South Africa
Experience and project delivery growth from initial design and supply of modular plants to EPCM project delivery, primarily but not limited to:
– Mineral Sands
The two main operating companies established in 2012 – ADP Projects and ADP Marine and Modular.
Majority acquisition of ADP Holdings by Lycopodium Limited, Australia, in 2014
Change in name of ADP Projects to Lycopodium ADP and alignment of the company with Lycopodium Mineral business cluster in 2015.
Capability from studies (desktop, concept, PFS, FS) to full project implementation and commissioning through EPCM, with flexibility for client preferences of project implementation.
Excellent safety record.
Over 100 modular plants built and supplied world-wide.
Long-standing partnership with Namdeb and successful delivery for their entire projects portfolio.
Establishment of longstanding relationships, alliances, partnerships and formal agreements with key companies.
Pioneered and effectively ran, on a 4-year Build, Own and Operate basis, a 7 million ton per year dry mining, screening, pumping system for Richards Bay Minerals.
Successful bidder for the De Beers Group’s Rapid Deployment Macro Modular generic solution for Kimberlite projects – first deployment Jwaneng Mine.
Designed and built a walking jack-up mining and processing platform in surf zone – a world first (Namdeb).
Conceived and commissioned 5000 cubic meters per hour siphon seawater intake system – no pumping required (Namdeb).
Patent registered in major diamond producing countries worldwide: Balancing fines and coarse DMS circuits.
Employer of choice for top engineering and management skills for minerals industry in Cape Town.
Cat 1&2 portfolio projects at Debswana’s Jwaneng Mine – ADP Kukama (previously known as ADP/UniProjects) entered a 5 year contract to execute Cat 1&2 at Jwaneng Mine, Botswana through their Project Management Office with oversight from an ADP Johannesburg office