Norcope Construction Group specializes in civil utility installation in Whitehorse and the surrounding area, including the construction of roads, bridges, dams and water treatment plants. We also work on mining and real estate development projects. Each of these areas has its own requirements, but we have expertise and resources to meet those needs. For more information, please contact us today.
We are experts in:
Clearing and grubbing
Earthwork, both excavation and filling
Installation of water, sewer, and storm Lines
Installation of electric, telephone and cable lines
Construction of roads, both asphalt and concrete
Curb, gutter, and sidewalk construction
Real estate development
Norcope is a general contractor operating in the Yukon Territory. We offer:
A tough, experienced construction team
Leading subcontractors and suppliers
The latest technology
Latest survey and construction equipment
The goal to deliver our projects on time and on budget – or better if we can
Real Estate Development
Norcope entered real estate development in 2008, with a piece of land 4.0 hectares in size, beside a mountain-view road near the heart of downtown Whitehorse. This beautiful piece of land, the Caribou Business Park, will soon be open for occupancy.
This park is designated a luxury park by the city due to its unique architectural design, blending western and Chinese culture. It's a first in Whitehorse for its eye-catching landscaping, plus firefighting and safety arrangements.
Already completed are landfilling up to road level and the boundary fencing. Deep and shallow utility installation is in progress. Works for superstructure will be beginning sometime in 2009.
We offer an opportunity to invest in this special property. We are seeking an investment partner and would welcome your inquiry.
Norcope has been involved in the mining business since 1985, as a family business by a separate name – Rimrock Resources. The location, May Creek, is near the famous Livingstone Creek. and just 80km from Whitehorse, the capital of Yukon, historically one of the highest gold producing areas in Yukon.
At the beginning, panning yielded a rice-sized grain of gold, with further testing yielding gold right out of the creek. Despite an immediate pump failure causing a box overflow, gold was discovered spread throughout the riffles of the box. Production during the first season yielded 50 ounces of very coarse gold, with the largest nugget so far weighing one ounce.
At the May Creek location, most of the more difficult construction, infrastructure and exploration phases had been completed, with the value of work to date in this property exceeding 1 million dollars. Gold reserves could exceed $50 million pending further exploration results. This property is now ready for the next stage of development and production.
Investment opportunities are now available, offering percentage shares of property and profits from production. Norcope will also entertain a public offering to consolidate this property's holdings with a possibility of forming an alliance with another existing mining company seeking expanded gold production.
This is a very attractive and rare opportunity to be directly involved as a participating partner in an exciting gold mining venture.
For more information please visit Rimrock Resources.