Vegetation and Wildlife Assessments

I have contributed to numerous vegetation, rare species, and wildlife projects while in the services of another consulting firm. My roles involved project management, design and delivery of the projects, provision of senior technical support to field staff, reporting, and client liaison. These projects include the following:

  • Environmental and regulatory support for Williams Energy Canada for a propane dehydrogenation unit (PDH) facility in Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Canada (2015-ongoing);
  • Vegetation and wildlife assessments for Plains Midstream Canada in Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Canada (2015);
  • Development of environmental monitoring program for Vale for a potash mine near Kronau, SK, Canada (2015);
  • Impacts of the gas and oil footprint on grasslands for Defence Construction Canada near CFB Suffield, Suffield, AB, Canada (2013);
  • Sensitive receptor inventory (vegetation and wildlife) for Sherritt International Corporation in Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Canada (2013);
  • Pre-site assessments for Imperial Oil Resources at their production fields near Harmattan and Cynthia, AB, Canada (2012-2014);
  • Sandhill Fen environmental support for Syncrude Canada Ltd. north of Fort McMurray, AB, Canada (2012);
  • Bird survey for Shell Energy Canada near Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Canada (2012);
  • Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) review for the Public Interest Law Centre of Legal Aid Manitoba for a Manitoba Hydro project in southern Manitoba, Canada (2012);
  • Wildlife assessment for Keyera Energy at the location of two brine ponds near Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Canada (2012);
  • Rare species assessment and wetland classifications for Plains Midstream Canada in Fort Saskatchewan, AB, Canada (2012);
  • Noxious weed and rare plant species standard operating procedures for ATCO Electric for a power transmission line near Hanna, AB, Canada (2012);
  • Ecological gap analysis for Galore Creek Mining Corporation for a proposed mine in northern B.C., Canada (2011);
  • Integrated Impact Assessment for Ecosystem Intelligence Group Inc. for the Shell Groundbirch venture near Fort St. John, B.C., Canada (2010); and
  • Herbicide impact assessments for Devon Canada at several well pads near Cold Lake, AB, Canada (2010).