Consulting Services

Robust and defensible environmental decisions require the following:

  • A clear statement of objectives.
  • Acquisition of an appropriate level of data;
  • Thorough understanding of available options;
  • Appropriate consultation with stakeholders;
  • A documented decision making approach.

Investigation of subsurface risk starts with an understanding of overburden and bedrock geology, including depositional history and preferential migration pathways.  A detailed assessment of historical land use is required to identify potential pollutant release points and chemical make-up.  This allows development of a hydrogeological Conceptual Site Model, which is used for defining options and decision making.


  • Spill prevention
  • Spill clean-up and investigation (rail, truck, pipeline, etc.)
  • Environmental diligence


Brownfield assessment and Remediation

  • Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments
  • Peer Review
  • Environmental Sampling
  • Remedial Options Analysis
  • Project Management
  • Landfill Impact on Groundwater
  • Constructive Communication Plans
  • Facilitated Decision Making
  • UST Decommissioning and Monitoring
  • Contaminant Transport Assessment
  • Plume management
  • Record of Site Condition
  • Program overview
  • Receptor identification – ecosystem audit
  • Contractor management
  • Training, education

Commercial/Mixed Property Use

  • Phase I & II Environmental Site Assessments
  • Peer Review
  • Environmental Sampling



  • Baseline Eco-Assessment
  • Environmental Farm Plan Implementation
  • Farm Health Check – Report Card
  • Ecological Enhancement Opportunities
  • Groundwater resources protection
  • Funding Assistance
  • Training, education


Land Development

  • Excess Soil
  • Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessment
  • Ecological Enhancement Opportunities


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