Photo via Resolution Copper featuring Superior Mayor Mila Besich and Resolution Copper’s President and General Manager, Vicky Peacey, second and third from left respectively.
(Disclosure: Rose Law Group represents Resolution Copper.)
By Globe Miami Times
In an update on the Resolution Copper project, Dave Richins, Resolution’s Senior Manager for Communities and Social Performance, said progress on the project continues to be waiting for a ruling from the Ninth Circuit Court.
However, Resolution is still hiring. They have already hired 20 new apprentices, and 18 were from Globe-Miami or San Carlos. Richins said Resolution currently employs 300 people, and 80% live within a 40-mile radius.
Richins said Resolution will be undertaking a new workforce study in 2024 to determine the demographics and skill sets available in the area. Resolution also invests in STEM education through the local schools and is looking to invest in the CVIT program and welding training.