Fish, Wildlife & Ecosystems

Maintaining fish and wildlife habitat and protecting at-risk species are critical components of Associated Envionmental's project planning and implementation. Our fisheries, wildlife and terrestrial ecology team achieves these objectives through field inventory (fish, soils, vegetation, wildlife), ecosystem and habitat mapping, modelling and spatial analysis, and habitat compensation planning. 

We specialize in the following:

  • Ecosystem mapping
  • Fish and wildlife inventory and salvage 
  • Environmental Flow Needs assessment
  • Customized data collection tools
  • Habitat assessment and modelling
  • Invasive species management 
  • Riparian habitat assessment
  • Spatial analytics and corridor mapping
  • Species at risk assessments 
  • Vegetation inventory and rare plant surveys
  • Aquatic and terrestrial habitat design
  • Habitat restoration
  • Corinna Hoodicoff M.Sc., R.P.Bio.

    Manager, Environmental Assessment & Planning

    • My team evaluates environmental and social effects of development to help make informed decisions. My experience is grounded in ecology and conservation biology.

    • Corinna Hoodicoff
    • We have it all in the Okanagan: local food, good wine, mountains to ski, and beautiful lakes for a stunning landscape!
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  • Awards

    Canadian Consulting Engineering 2012 Award of Excellence
    Burnaby Lake Rejuvenation
  • Clients

    BC Ministry of Transportation & Infrastructure
    BC Parks
    Canadian National Railway
    Cardero Coal Ltd.
    Innergex Renewable Energy Inc.
    Okanagan Basin Water Board
    Regional Municipality of Halton
    Teck Coal Ltd.
    TransAlta Corporation
    Western Copper and Gold Corporation