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Buike Amah, P.Eng.



Experience Summary:


After his graduate program in Electrical Engineering at the University of Alberta, Buike started his career in the Engineering Consulting Industry where he has learned and acquired various technical and inter-personal skills. He has over 9 years of experience in the industry with two years working in the heavy equipment mining industry in reliability capacity and the rest of the years in the EPC capacity.


During his career in the EPC industry, he has worked on various projects where project sites are across Western, Central and Northwest Territories Regions from the conceptual phase though to the preliminary, detail design and construction phases. He has expertise in and completed different engineering studies, calculations, and designs in providing project deliverables which includes but not limited to heat loss calculations, load flow studies, short circuit studies, arc flash studies, lightning studies, capacitor sizing, RC snubber sizing, lighting etc. He has also completed deliverable drawings spanning single line diagram, wiring diagrams, motor schematic, layout drawings (equipment, power & control, grounding, lighting, etc.), motor control panels, HVAC panels, etc. related to switchgears, MCCs, distribution panels, transformers, generators and other appurtenant in the medium to low electrical distribution systems. Buike has also assisted in specifying instruments based on process flow requirements. In doing so, he has become knowledgeable in preparing loop diagrams, instrumentation index, datasheets, and I/O lists.


Buike had the opportunity to provide reliability and maintenance support in the mine industry working on autonomous haulage trucks. He performed duties such as relevant information gathering on failed components to perform root cause analysis, supported technicians in field to troubleshoot failures, completed daily failure reports, logged daily reliability data, completed monthly reliability reports, assisted in new OEM components’ testing, responded to customer requests in timely fashion, and liaised with other OEMs.


In contributing to providing more sustainable and renewable solutions for clients, Buike has completed LEED training and is a LEED Green Associate. He is getting involved in more project management roles indicative of his keen interest in continuous improvement as well as personal and professional development.


Buike is an energetic individual with great enthusiasm and believes in work life balance. Thus, when he is not working, he enjoys being active outdoors, playing soccer, jogging, dancing, and working out. DynaWest creates such environment and encourages a work life balance.




780-469-5622 Ext. 214


MEng, Electrical & Computer Engineering, University of Alberta

BSc, Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology


Project Experience :

  • Enbridge – Maximo - Asset Management, Western, Central & Northwest Territories

  • Suncor Energy Inc.  – Arc Flash Mitigation, Fort McMurray, AB

  • Suncor Energy Inc. – Plant 3 HVAC Remediation, Fort McMurray, AB

  • Suncor Energy Inc. – CMD Shop HVAC and Gas Detection Upgrade, Fort McMurray, AB

  • Suncor Energy Inc. – Millennium Shovel Pad Warm-up Tent, Fort McMurray, AB

  • Suncor Energy Inc. – Millennium Bulk Fuel Facility

  • Suncor Energy Inc. – Autonomous Haulage Trucks - Reliability and Maintenance support

  • City of Edmonton – Rundle Park Beverly Landfill Blower Building Upgrade, Edmonton, AB

  • City of Edmonton – Edmonton Waste Management Center Pumphouse Condition Assessment, Edmonton, AB

  • EPCOR – Gold Bar Wastewater Treatment Plant HVAC Upgrades, Edmonton, AB

  • EPCOR – Rossdale Water Treatment Plant HVAC Upgrades, Edmonton, AB

  • EPCOR – Drainage Services – Lift Station Area Classification, Edmonton, AB

  • Keyano College – Heating Plant Upgrade, Fort McMurray, AB

  • Heartland Housing Foundation – Dr. Turner Lodge Seniors Housing Complex Kitchen AC Upgrade, Edmonton, AB

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