Infrastructure Materials Corp. reported on the progress of its drilling and assay tests conducted over the last few months at its properties located in Nevada.
Infrastructure Materials Corp. is assessing the mineral bearing potential of its properties at the Blue Nose project located in Nevada. The Blue Nose project consists of approximately 6,000 acres located ninety miles north of Las Vegas.
Infrastructure Materials Corp. conducted the drilling and assay tests on 14 of the company’s 301 mineral claims at the Blue Nose project. The intent of the tests will help determine if the properties have enough resources to commence a commercial development program.
Infrastructure Materials Corp. is targeting two different zones of limestone located in the Monte Cristo formation. The drilling determined that the upper zone of limestone is up to 150 feet thick and contains silica used in making cement. The lower limestone formation was determined to be up to 450 feet thick with a Dolomite cap underneath.
Mine Development Associates, Inc., located in Reno, Nevada, is conducting the assaying of the core samples obtained in the drilling.
Infrastructure Materials Corp. is an early stage mining company with properties in Nevada, Idaho, Arizona and Manitoba, Canada. The company is prospecting for limestone and silver.
For more information on the company, go to www.infrastructurematerialscorp.com
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