Your projects need experts that can help you build what you need to build while minimizing environmental impacts and ensuring regulatory compliance. You may be looking to plan around wetlands and watercourses, identify wildlife, or assess soil quality. Whatever your challenge, we’re here to help.
Trace conducts migratory bird nest searches for all types of projects including construction projects, and remediation and reclamation programs, in compliance with the Migratory Bird Convention Act. With Trace, you get an experienced team that works with you and your contractors to minimize project delays and stay in compliance. Whatever your challenge, we are here to help.
Your project work area may be inhabited by species at risk. The Species at Risk Act protects critical habitat and prevents endangered species from becoming extinct. Management and stewardship of designated protected species requires specialized expertise. Trace conducts species-at-risk assessments for a variety of market sectors to minimize your project delays and ensure regulatory compliance. Whatever your needs, we’re here to help.
Trace routinely conducts wetland assessments during the planning stages of various projects and has submitted applications under the Water Act to Alberta Environment and Parks. With Trace, you can expect experienced personnel that ensure that your project keeps momentum and stays in compliance. Whatever your needs, we’re here to help.
Trace provides watercourse crossing assessments and applications relating to pipelines, transmission lines, roads, and similar projects. Our team of registered professionals and qualified aquatic environment specialists (QAES) has the knowledge and experience to ensure your projects are done right to minimize construction and regulatory delays. Whatever your needs, we’re here to help.