The Spanish Mountain Gold open pit mine project, located in the Cariboo Region of central British Columbia, is planned on a multi-million-ounce gold deposit. The recent preliminary economic assessment (PEA) has identified a 24-year operating plan, with robust economics, producing over 2.2 million ounces of gold. Plans are to proceed into Pre-Feasibility and Feasibility level planning on the current designs, continue with environmental impact and permitting programs, as well as expand the overall resource. This presentation will outline the planning that has gone into the project, including: geology, resources, metallurgy, mining, milling, tailings and infrastructure. A focus will be put on the open pit mining engineering strategies.