George Carter, Jr., PE

Mining Engineer / Accident Reconstruction


B.S. Mining Engineering, Michigan Technological University, 1969
Current Graduate Student, Industrial Archeology, Michigan Technological University

Professional Registration and Certifications

Professional Engineer, Pennsylvania, 1977–Present
Professional Engineer, West Virginia, 1989–2004
Certified as a First Grade Mine Foreman

Areas of specialization
  • Permitting and regulatory compliance management
  • Feasibility studies and project planning
  • Computerized mine ventilation analysis
  • Mine subsidence prediction, investigation and mitigation
  • Mine reclamation and AMD control
  • Environmental effects of mining
  • Coal preparation plant, railroad, bare loading harbor and refuse disposal operations
  • Surface impacts of long-wall mining
  • Methane drainage and control
  • Mining Safety
  • Underground mining equipment
Professional Affiliations
  • Society of Industrial Archaeology
  • American Society of Surface Mine Reclamation

Mr. Carter has over 37 years of experience in addressing unique engineering problems relating to mining related issues. In particular, he is an expert in mine subsidence causes and mitigation, underground mining operation, safety, and related equipment, coal preparation plants and mine ventilation. Mr. Carter has testified in both State and Federal Courts on a wide variety of mining and mining related environmental issues, and has served as an instructor for courses on Mine Ventilation and Subsidence.

A current CV is available on request.