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Goldfield,

small town, SW Nev., a former gold-mining center. Gold was discovered there in 1902, and after an early period of disappointment, large yields of high quality gold were extracted. A rush in 1903 built a remarkable city that had a theater, a large hotel (still standing), and fine residences. A strike by the miners caused federal troops to be brought into Goldfield in 1907. Production reached its height in 1910. When the boom ended in 1918, Goldfield declined as fast as it had risen.
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Goldfield is a leading provider of electrical construction and maintenance services in the energy infrastructure industry in the southeastern and mid-Atlantic regions of the United States.
The Goldfield Corporation has completed the previously announced plan to divest its mining operations, which have been carried as a discontinued operation since the first quarter of 2002.
McFarland Dewey will assist Goldfield in connection with any possible disposition of its mining properties in order to strengthen the focus of Goldfield on continued growth in its electrical construction operations, either alone or in a strategic partnership," Mr.
Neil Prenn of Mine Development Associates is Western Goldfields Qualified Person.
Goldfield West Property - Goldfield, NV - Late August/September 2005
Goldfield, as of April 13, 2006, had 25,572,192 shares outstanding.
Further Information Investors: The Goldfield Corporation, 321-724-1700 or investorrelations@goldfieldcorp.
CONTACT: The Goldfield Corporation, +1-321-724-1700, investorrelations@goldfieldcorp.
Goldfield, as of May 7, 2007, had 25,451,354 shares outstanding.
Goldfield today announced that Southeast Power, Goldfield's electrical construction subsidiary, has been selected to assist in the identification and removal of electrical hazards to permit clearing operations to be performed safely, primarily in Orleans Parish, Louisiana, in the wake of hurricanes Katrina and Rita.