Human Environment

  • Historical Resources Impact Assessment

    Identifying prehistoric and historic sites in support of project development.

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  • Search for the Wreck of the S.S. Medicine Hat

    The discovery of a sunken ship.

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  • Municipality of San Juan – El Morro Promenade

    History back to 1493.

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Preserving relationships

By practicing the respectful collection and interpretation of information, we can build our future developments while understanding the past and present physical environments. There are lots of people involved when managing land resources—from regulatory agencies to clients and Indigenous peoples to private landowners. Understanding each party’s viewpoint, as well as the cultural and archaeological significance of a project site, helps us work better together and act more efficiently to complete projects with the community’s support.

For us, growing sustainably means investing locally. As projects in the energy and resource, building, water, and infrastructure sectors get closer to communities, public concerns increase.

We partner with community members during assessments, opening a window into local knowledge so we can fully appreciate the significance of each site.

Our team’s services include archaeology, paleontology, and architectural history for heritage resources, socio-cultural and economic considerations, sustainability, and Indigenous relations.

When everyone feels connected, we work better together.

For us, growing sustainably means investing in local communities—in every way.
5,000+
Artifacts in one dig
3,000
Year old structure
25M
Year old fossil

Expert Spotlight

Michelle Cross, Cultural Resources Lead

Archaeologists are the detectives of time and history. I look forward to solving project mysteries and presenting outcomes to our clients.
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Ellen Brady, Senior Associate, Environmental Services

As an archaeologist, it’s exciting to share the history of our past while helping our clients successfully accomplish their project goals.
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Mark Shrimpton, Principal, Socio-Economic Services

My job is to work with clients to understand and articulate their socioeconomic requirements, making sure there is a balanced consideration of both positive and adverse potential impacts.
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  • Michelle Cross

    Cultural Resources Lead

  • Ellen Brady

    Senior Associate, Environmental Services

  • Mark Shrimpton

    Principal, Socio-Economic Services

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