After studying Civil Engineering at Loughborough University in the United Kingdom, Granville White accumulated a wealth of experience as a contractor on a wide range of significant projects, both domestically and internationally. He has built shipping and other marine installations, power plants, wastewater treatment facilities, coal and alumina installations, locks and dams, and bridges.
As project executive with KWAME, Granville oversees staff activities ranging from conceptual estimating to program and construction management, on projects ranging from several million dollars to $400 million. Projects include hospitals, highways, bridges and wastewater treatment facilities. Granville participates as the constructability and construction cost expert on value engineering study panels, identifying $500 million in potential savings on three dozen projects valued at $2.4 billion in construction cost.
Granville holds a Bachelor in Business Management degree and is a member of the panel of neutral construction arbitrators of the American Arbitration Association. He has a State of California contractor's license and is a member of several professional groups including the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Granville and his wife settled in the St. Louis Metropolitan area 25 years ago. They have two adult children and two grandchildren.