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BELLINGHAM, Wash., USA – Tamerlane Ventures Inc. ("Tamerlane" or “the Company") (TSX-V: TAM) announced today that it has engaged two well-known engineering companies to assist in the advancement of its Pine Point lead-zinc project in the Northwest Territories into production. These companies will be addressing key elements of the pre-construction engineering.

The Company is pleased to announce that it is currently working with AECOM. This firm is a well-known global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, and is a consistent leader in industry rankings for a variety of design services. AECOM is undertaking the surface geotechnical work at Pine Point.

Their project involvement will pertain to subsurface soil and groundwater conditions, site and subgrade preparation, excavations and backfilling, pavement structure, frost penetration, and the designs for all concrete foundations for the facilities to be built at Pine Point. Crews have been mobilized to the site and are currently performing geotechnical drilling at the proposed building locations.

Tamerlane is also pleased to have signed a contract with AMC Mining Consultants (Canada) Ltd, a leading mining consultancy that has provided services to the minerals sector in over 100 countries since 1983. AMC will be overseeing aspects of geotechnical drilling of the R-190 deposit. Based on their analysis of drill core and results of associated laboratory test work, AMC will provide recommendations for access development and stope design parameters (including sequencing extraction and backfilling). They will also recommend ground support requirements for the underground workings. AMC’s activities will contribute to Tamerlane’s finalizing all mining engineering relative to the Pine Point project.

“We are pleased to be working with two such experienced firms, both of which are recognized leaders in their respective fields,” commented Mike Willett, CEO of Tamerlane Ventures. “They are both doing essential work prior to the actual construction phase.”

Mr. Willett continued, “Our progress toward finalizing financing commitments and commencing construction at Pine Point has been steady. In addition to the recent engagement of such firms as AECOM and AMC Mining Consultants, we are also ramping up our internal technical staff. We have Tamerlane technical personnel working at the site with our consultants on these detailed engineering projects. In addition, our Corporate Liaison Officer, Randy Lewis, who is permanently located at our Hay River office, is working to identify local sources of labor, contracting services, and material supply for construction.”

 

About Tamerlane Ventures Inc. 

Tamerlane Ventures Inc. is an exploration and development mining company with advanced base metal development projects in Canada and Peru. The Company’s immediate focus is bringing the 100%-owned Pine Point project to production. Tamerlane plans to sell the well-known Pine Point Concentrates to various smelting facilities around the world. The Company is also developing its Los Pinos heap leach copper project in Peru.

On behalf of Tamerlane Ventures Inc.

“Michael A. Willett”

Chief Executive Officer

 

For further information, please contact:

Tamerlane Ventures Inc.
Gregg Sloate
Director of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications
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Phone:          (360) 752-9462
Website:       www.tamerlaneventures.com

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