Environmental

Technical Services

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Municipal, Provincial and Federal Environmental   Assessments

For more information on Municipal, Provincial and Federal Environmental Assessments, please contact us here.

 

We offer many environmental technical services to ensure that any activities will not have an adverse impact on surrounding air, water, or land.


At CIPS, our engineers, hydrogeologists, ecologists, geographic information specialists, technologists and technicians have over 20 years of experience, and are able to support your community when environmental issues need to be considered and addressed.


Environmental Technical Services offered at CIPS are Environmental Assessments, Indigenous engagement and the duty to consult, environmental impact studies, wildlife habitat assessments, aquatics and fisheries habitat assessments, ecological land classification, wetland evaluation and classification, tree studies, water impact studies, and MTO RAQS based assessments.
 

 

 
 

Environmental

Impact Studies

Environmental Impact Studies involve consultation with applicable agencies, documentation of existing conditions through field investigations, identification of the presence of any natural features, assessment of potential impacts and recommendations for mitigation measures.

 

Wildlife 
Habitat

Assessments

Wildlife Habitat Assessments evaluate the relative habitat conditions available for wildlife within a specific site. Habitat conditions can be used to determine the presence, abundance, or productivity of terrestrial wildlife populations and species.

 

Aquatic and Fisheries
Habitat Assessments

Aquatics and Fisheries Habitat Assessments evaluate the relative habitat conditions available for aquatic wildlife. Habitat conditions can be used to determine the presence, abundance, or productivity of aquatic wildlife populations and species.

 

Environmental Monitoring

Environmental Monitoring ensures that any potential adverse impacts of projects will be documented to determine the need and efficacy of mitigation measures.

Environmental monitoring includes surveying and sampling different environmental factors over the long-term to determine and identify any potential adverse impacts of projects and mitigation measures.


 

Ecological
Land Classification

 A Social Impact Assessment is a process used to inform of possible consequences of projects to social well-being.

This includes the identification and management the social impacts of industrial products, policies, plans.

 

Wet Land
Evaluation & Classification

Wetland evaluation and classification is used to help communities and others with land use planning. The evaluation process defines, identifies and measures the functions of values of wetlands.

This is based on an ecosystem values approach which focuses on groundwater, habitat for wildlife and species at risk, as well as productivity and biodiversity.

 

Arborist Reports
/ Tree Reports

Arborist Reports and accompanying tree studies can be used to implement measures to protect trees before, during and after any proposed development process.

CIPS can work closely with clients to conduct studies that inform effective tree preservation plans.

 

Water Impact Studies

Water Impact Studies are used to determine current quality of water and the potential impacts of proposed development.

 

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