Mineral Exploration


Planning, organising, executing, controlling and monitoring of geological projects.

What We Do For You

Exploration Project Management:

  • Project scoping
  • Subcontractor evaluation & management
  • Exploration budget management
  • Field team management

On-Site Exploration Programme Management:

  • Safety compliance
  • Environmental Compliance
  • Contractor performance & account management
  • Geo-database management
  • Archiving of documentation

Licence Management:

  • Prospecting Work Programme
  • Exploration licence compliance
  • Tenure compliance management


With over a decades experience, MINROM has successfully managed a wide range of projects, including greenfield exploration, geophysical surveys, over 20,000-metre drilling programmes, resource estimation, CPR reporting, due diligence, and more. Our extensive experience ensures efficient and effective project management for optimal outcomes.


To achieve success, each phase of a project must be properly managed. MINROM excels in all aspects of the project management process, from initiation to planning, and execution to closure. We employ industry best practices to ensure projects are delivered on time, within budget, and with the desired results.

Not just projects

While project management typically refers to specific projects, similar principles can be adapted to ongoing operations. MINROM has been involved in multiple mining operations and can assist in managing all geological processes and functions, ensuring smooth and effective operations.

Identify resource risks and opportunities

A project is a temporary endeavour undertaken to create a unique product, service or result. Therefore, a critical part of managing a project is making sure that the results or outcomes are achieved, and that they are within specified parameters (i.e. timeframes, budget, methods).

MINROM uses the internationally recognised PMBOK method of project management, and understands fully the specific requirements and challenges that one faces when managing geological projects.

“Time is the scarcest resource and unless it is managed nothing else can be managed” – Peter Drucker