The objective of the Phase I Environmental Site Assessment Overview was to qualitatively assess the potential level of risk of soil, soil vapour, and/or groundwater contamination posed by current and past land use at a site that may directly impact the project area.
Associated Environmental managed and successfully completed a Gap Assessment, Phase III Environmental Site Assessment, and Remediation Action Options Plan for three Government of the Northwest Territories highways maintenance compounds in the South Slave Region. Summit crews provided on-the-job training and supervision for local work crews to ensure quality control and maintain project schedules.
Associated Environmental completed a Detailed Site Assessment following a Phase I and II Environmental Site Assessment at a proposed site for an Elder Centre and Fire Hall. The site was also assessed for Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada criteria.
Associated Environmental conducted a Phase III Environmental Site Assessment at 16 locations at the Hay River Airport. The objectives were to quantitatively assess soil and groundwater conditions and to delineate any contamination encountered. Data collection was facilitated using a rugged field tablet equipped with tailor-made software to collect and report field observations efficiently and effectively.
The program was completed for a proposed real-estate transaction of the site in Kelowna, BC. The work conformed to the Canadian Standards Association standards for environmental assessments and followed the protocols and guidelines of the Contaminated Sites Regulation under the BC Environmental Management Act.
Recent Federal Changes to Environmental Legislation - A bird’s eye view
Working with environmental assessments and related permitting and approvals processes is a large part of our day-to-day operations.Read more
Business Development Bank of Canada
City of Vernon
Government of Northwest Territories
HMC Services Inc.
Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada (INAC)
Insurance Corporation of B.C. (ICBC)
Nisga'a Village of Gitwinksihlkw
Okanagan Indian Band
Van Kam Freightways