Peter White is a professional engineer with over 40 years of diversified mining experience including corporate, administrative, management, supervisory and technical responsibilities in the evaluation, construction, operation, contracting and consulting at mine project locations across Canada, United States, Europe and Asia.


During the first decade of his career, Peter was employed by various mining companies and mining contractors engaged with mine construction projects such as shaft sinking, ramp development, raise boring and installation of underground infrastructure.


For the past three decades, Peter has worked on difficult and complex water control applications for underground mining operations located throughout the world.



B.Sc. Mining, 1971

Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario

Master in Business Administration, 1976

Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario


Professional Engineer - Ontario, Canada

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 Emergency situations involving water inflows

 Water control for underground mines and tunnels

 Rock grouting for dams and cut-off walls

 Soil stabilization and ground improvement

 Hands-on engineering and supervisory skills




Engineering for pressure grouting operations

Trouble-shooting complex and difficult projects

Grouting technology transfer and personnel training

Comprehensive knowledge of grouting equipment

Extensive knowledge of materials used for grouting work


Since 1988      Owner of service companies providing materials, equipment and support services for grouting operations in heavy civil construction, utility and mining industries


Since 1987      Self-employed consulting engineer engaged for assignments on diverse projects by mining companies, mining contractors, engineering companies, electrical utilities, general contractors, heavy civil contractors and specialty contractors


1971 – 1987     Mining engineer employed by various mining companies and mining contractors at project locations across Canada, USA and overseas


Peter White supervising soil mixing at jobsite