He has worked on many varied projects including thermal and hydroelectric power plants, dams, open pit mines, light to heavy industrial complexes, gas plants, low and high rise residential, hospital, educational, and commercial buildings, roads, bridges, port facilities, off-shore platforms, small and large diameter water, sulphur and gas pipelines and transmission lines. He has specialist experience in the field of permafrost engineering having worked on the design of the Yukon section of the Alaska Highway gas pipeline. He has worked on several overseas projects including open pit mines in the USA, Canada, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Colombia, and Australia; major hydroelectric studies in Pakistan and Bolivia; industrial and commercial projects in the Middle East and the United Kingdom. His experience includes the design of pad, raft and most types of piled foundations; the design of earth fill, tailings and water retaining structures, power tunnels, diversion tunnels; detailed settlement analyses; frost heave and thaw settlement analyses; seismic analyses; and stability analyses of open pit mines, road and rail cuttings and embankments, earth and rock fill dams, and excavated marine slopes. Over the years he has conducted several geotechnical due diligence reviews for investors and insurers in the United Kingdom and in several states including coal mines in Wyoming, North Dakota, Utah, Colorado, Montana, and Mississippi. For over 20 years he has provided ongoing geotechnical assistance to a major Canadian Utility, including design and monitoring of coal mine highwalls, waste dumps and tailings impoundments and geotechnical input to mine planning. Over the last 15 years he has been heavily involved in geotechnical designs associated with several of the major oil sands properties north of Fort McMurray, including large open pits, waste dumps and major tailings structures. More recently, he has been involved in several mine closure projects in Alberta, Washington State, and in New Mexico.