A Better Future for Surplus

Mining & Large Construction

Unearth Value Through Strategic Surplus Asset Management

Getting to the Core of Mining & Large Construction Surplus Management

Upgrades, innovation, decommissioning, and market fluctuations pose significant challenges for mining and large construction companies. Liquidity Services offers comprehensive surplus asset management solutions designed specifically for your industry, increasing your bottom line and freeing up resources to focus on growth.

$400 million
in total sales
surplus assets sold

Asset Categories

Liquidity Services has expertise in nearly every mining and large construction asset category:

Why Liquidity Services

See Our Client Success Stories

Learn how we've delivered consultative surplus asset management, valuation, and sales solutions for the world'€™s leading organizations.

Liquidity Services Creates a Market for Remote Assets, Generating $52 Million in Recovery

One of the world’s largest construction and civil engineering companies was tasked with designing and constructing three liquefied natural gas complexes on Curtis Island in Queensland, Australia.

Liquidity Services Simplifies Complex Asset Identification and Valuation Process for Property Company in Five-Year Partnership

Our client is one of the UK’s largest property companies. After acquiring another business, the company needed to meet accounting requirements by identifying and appraising all assets associated with the acquired company as well as its own facilities.

Ongoing Partnership Helps Global Construction Company Demobilize from Major Projects While Maximizing Recovery

Our client, the third-largest construction and civil engineering company in the world, has completed over 25,000 projects in 160 countries on all seven continents. The company’s projects often result in a wide range of surplus construction, transportation, and plant assets, which it aims to efficiently sell and remove from project sites so it can quickly demobilize while maximizing profit.

Six-Week Sale Exceeds Recovery Expectations for Leading South African Construction Company

Our client is a leading civil engineering and construction group based in South Africa. Faced with a declining construction market, the company decided to increase efficiency and reduce costs by strategically consolidating business units. As is usually the case, this consolidation resulted in surplus and the need to sell it. The company identified 15 high-value surplus assets for which it urgently needed to generate recovery.

Online Auction and Private Treaty Approach Maximizes Recovery for Leading South African Construction Company

Our client is a leading South African construction firm focused on building construction, heavy industry, infrastructure, mining services, marine, and oil & gas. Due to the lack of new power line infrastructure, the company decided to close its Power division. As the company’s long-term surplus asset management partner, Liquidity Services was well-positioned to efficiently maximize value for the surplus resulting from this closure.

Disposition and Risk Mitigation Unearth Maximum Value for Mine Decommissioning

After nearly 25 years, a copper mine in coastal North America was approaching the end of its life. The mine’s owner, a leading global mineral-resources organization, needed to decommission the site in compliance with environmental regulations and its internal social responsibility policies. The organization sought to maintain good public relations through careful decommissioning.

Strategic Sale of Highly Specialized Mining Equipment Exceeds Expectations

After more than a century of managing a magnetite iron mine in the Arctic Circle, a mining company decided to close operations. This left the organization with a significant amount of surplus used in the excavating, processing, and transporting of mining materials, including drilling equipment, crushing facilities, and haul trucks.

Valuation, Disposition Strategy Help London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games

While preparing to host the summer 2012 Games, the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games (LOCOG) sought a partner to develop a strategy for managing assets that would no longer be required after the event. LOCOG wanted to manage the assets strategically by minimizing waste and maximizing recovery value.

Valuation, Management, and Disposition Help Airport Authority Maximize Value for Terminal Construction Surplus

An airport authority planned to construct a fifth terminal at one of the world’s largest and busiest airports. Requiring over 8,000 construction workers and 80,000 tons of structural steel at a 126-hectare site, this endeavor was Europe’s largest construction project at the time. The organization needed to purchase a large array of construction equipment to build the terminal, and it sought an expert partner to achieve maximum return on these assets after use.