|Occupation||Retired construction worker|
|Known for||Construction techniques|
|Notable work||Stonehenge replica|
He has constructed a concrete Stonehenge-like structure using only materials and techniques that do not rely on any modern machine-powered technology. He has demonstrated this technique on the Canadian science television program Daily Planet.
His technique uses simple machines such as levers aided by counterweights and pivots. He says that he has successfully singlehandedly "walked" a twenty-ton barn and multi-thousand-pound concrete blocks using a beam lever and two pivots beneath the object and near the center of mass. These techniques might be comparable to those used by Edward Leedskalnin when he had single-handedly constructed his massive Coral Castle in Florida.
- Mike Wendland (2004-10-04). "Web Site Shows Old Skills Moving Mountain Of Rock". Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News.
- "Daily Planet clip".
- "same Daily Planet clip with moving pictures".
- "The Mysterious Coral Castle".