Ted Stinson

Ted Stinson, Director

Grant Lake Corporation

829 Oceanview Drive

Anchorage, Alaska 99515



Mr. Stinson is a founder and director of Grant Lake Corporation. He is a project development executive in the mining and oil and gas industries. He has a BS in Technology with a Business Emphasis from the University of Alaska Anchorage. He is a Project Management Professional and held a General Contracting License in the State of Alaska. He managed corporate infrastructure development of Grant Lake Corporation and supervises ongoing development of the Prospect Feasibility Reports for the Case Lode Mine, Fire Brick Lode Mine, Kahiltna Placer Project, Sable Elegance Mine, and Lake Creek Placer Mine. He was a lead consultant in the development of the Feasibility and Front End Engineering and Development for Alaska North Slope Oil and Gas projects including Alpine, Northstar, Nikaitchuq and Prudhoe Bay.

Mr. Stinson managed Grant Lake Mining Company from 1987 through 1992 under the direction of Jack Merrington previous owner and developer of the Case Mine. He supervised development of the Case Mine Feasibility Study and Case Mine Patent Application for the Case Mine located in the Chugach National Forest Service.  Mr. Stinson worked with Mr. Paul Torgerson founder of Grant Lake Corporation from 1987 to present on several mining and power plant development projects as principle owners and developers. Mr. Stinson is a principal owner in Grant Lake Corporation.

Mr. Stinson was a Total Project Cost Estimating Supervisor for natural resource development projects in Alaska with a value of more than $10B. These estimates included owner, consultant, permitting, contractor, supplier, logistics, materials and supplies cost.

Mr. Stinson managed the industrial fabrication facility in Anchorage and was responsible for contract development, project planning and control, and facility and project financial results. He was responsible for delivering over 20,000 tons of modules, structural steel, piping, electrical, and instrumentation.

Mr. Stinson was the Project Manager for construction of the Anchorage International Airport Fuel Facility with over 300,000 barrel storage of jet fuel, a filtering and pumping system and 24” pipeline installation under the runways from the fuel facility to the plane fueling manifold

Mr. Stinson has been involved in major natural resource development projects for 40 years from project concept design and feasibility development to detailed engineering, design, fabrication, construction, operation, and maintenance. He is responsible to develop over 5,000 acres of mineral resource discovery.