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"With the start of construction of the permanent buildings on the site, the GMT is showing tangible progress toward completion. We are delighted that Conpax is carrying out this important work. In total, we expect to remove 5,000 cubic meters, or 13,300 tons, of rock from the mountain and will need 330 dump-truck loads to remove it from the summit."

James Fanson, GMTO Project Manager
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