New Joint Venture for CIPS
CIPS partners with QM Environmental for a joint venture in Ontario.
Cambium Indigenous Professional Services (CIPS) is proud to announce that we have entered into a Joint Venture with QM Environmental (“QM”), a leading Canadian environmental and industrial services company for mould remediation and the removal and disposal of flaking lead-based and associated heavy metals dust at a Canadian Armed Forces Base (CFB) in Trenton, Ontario.
Our new partnership, CIPS/QM LP has recently been awarded the contract by Defense Construction Canada (DCC) and is slated to start on November 16, 2020, at Building 24, also known as the Warrant's & Sargent's mess, a multi-use building located at CFB Trenton. CIPS is excited for this new relationship and this opportunity will provide our team of Indigenous professionals with an opportunity to work alongside Canada’s leading environmental companies.
CIPS and QM Environmental are both dedicated to providing environmental services across the nation and will join efforts and expertise to complete the project successfully.
CIPS is excited for this new relationship. This opportunity will provide our team of Indigenous professionals with an opportunity to work alongside Canada’s leading environmental companies. We see this as a starting point for our Indigenous team to scale up our abilities across Canada. We want to be a trusted Indigenous firm able to serve the needs of our First Nation communities when it comes to contamination and hazardous materials management.
"QM puts a strong emphasis on Indigenous involvement and has a proven track record of successful partnership and collaboration with local Indigenous groups across Canada. We are excited and looking forward to a successful partnership with CIPS on this project and others in the future,” said Jeremy Robinson, Senior Vice President & Division Head, Emergency Management & Environmental Response Services and HazMat, QM Environmental.
CIPS is very excited to be a part of this Joint Venture and see this as an opportunity for all Indigenous Businesses across Canada about the partnership and joint venture opportunities with related organizations, communities and businesses.
"Joint ventures are an excellent way for Indigenous and non-Indigenous businesses to develop mutually-beneficial relationships,” said Tabatha Bull, President and CEO, Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business (CCAB). CCAB congratulates CIPS, a Certified Aboriginal Business, on their partnership with QM. Partnerships like this one will drive the growth of the Indigenous economy.”
CIPS (Cambium Indigenous Professional Services) is led by professional, experienced Indigenous consultants serving projects that include traditional and western science-based approaches to the betterment of Indigenous Canadians. CIPS provides both Indigenous and non-Indigenous clients with professional and technical consulting services in the following areas: Environmental Services, Duty to Consult and Accommodate, Indigenous Engagement, First Nation and Treaty Lands, Community Emergency Planning Services, First Nation Organizational Services, Climate Change Adaptation Services, Housing and Infrastructure Services, Food Security and Sustainability Services, along with other services customized to the client needs.
Learn more about CIPS services at: CIPS services page
About QM Environmental QM Environmental is a leading environmental and industrial services company with offices and qualified teams strategically located across Canada to provide end-to-end capabilities to the industries and customers it serves. QM Environmental is a customer-driven organization, backed by over 35 years of experience solving the country's most complex environmental challenges through its strong culture of excellence in health and safety, integrity, and quality. QM's services include: Environmental Remediation, Demolition and Decommissioning, Hazardous Materials Abatement, Emergency Response and Management, Training, Waste Management and Facilities, and Water Treatment.
Learn more at www.QMenv.com
Michael Jacobs, CEO