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  • In-situ groundwater remediation

    Groundwater represents 30% of the world’s fresh water. It is an important natural resource needed to maintain ecological balances and life on earth as well as playing a significant role in our economy.

  • Geomatics: Using ‘the science of where’ to see clearly

    The “science of where” has moved from pencil drafts to field digital solutions and computer modelling that empowers fast and effective decision-making in even the most challenging natural environments.

  • Coffee Gold Project: Proposed gold mine in Central Yukon

    Coffee Gold Project

  • Renewables

    In this series of articles, Hemmera’s experts look at the challenges, opportunities and solutions to environmental approvals for clean and renewable energy projects they’ve been involved in over the last two decades.

  • Understanding environmental risks early in a project and planning for successful operation

    Early environmental investigations and discussions with regulators as well as local stakeholders in advance of undertaking the formal approvals process is often critical to the success of a project.

  • Deltaport Third Berth: The largest container terminal in Metro Vancouver

    Deltaport Third Berth

  • Prince Rupert Port Authority: 5-km long Connector Road

    Fairview / Ridely Connector Road

  • Public consultation in times of physical distancing

    Our experts look at how Digital EA can support clients as businesses shift the way they host open houses and gather public feedback.

  • Hemmera recognized as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2020

    Congratulations to the team at Hemmera, an Ausenco company, for being named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2020!

  • Transforming environmental surveys for major projects with eDNA

    Our experts discuss what eDNA technology is and how it can increase certainty around environmental considerations and permitting.

  • Hemmera is a BC Top Employer – for the fifth year in a row!

    Congratulations once again to the team at Hemmera for being named one of British Columbia's (BC's) Top Employers for 2020. The Hemmera team can be proud of achieving this distinction for the fifth consecutive year.

  • Hemmera recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People

    Congratulations to the team at Hemmera for being named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People in 2020.

  • Hemmera welcomes Mike Enright in Ontario

    Hemmera, an Ausenco company, is pleased to announce that Mike Enright has joined their Oakville team as Business Leader, for Environmental Planning and Ecology in Hemmera’s Ontario operations. Mike is a professional biologist who has worked on projects across Canada and internationally.

  • Hemmera named one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2018

    Congratulations to the team at Hemmera, an Ausenco company, for being recognised as one of Canada’s Greenest Employers for 2018 – a fantastic addition to their recent award as one of BC’s Top Employers.

  • Ausenco expands its environmental consulting business through acquisition of Hemmera

    November 15, 2017, Ausenco Engineering Canada Inc. (“Ausenco”) today announced the 100% acquisition of Hemmera Envirochem (“Hemmera”), a leading environmental consultancy in Canada.

  • Pascua Lama: High altitude tailing storage facility design

    Pascua Lama Tailings Storage Facility

  • Bear Mountain Wind Park: 34 turbine, 102 MW wind energy facility

    Bear Mountain Wind Park

  • The Dempster Fibre Project: 800-km fibre optic line

    The Dempster Fibre Project

  • Involving the host community in your project

    Working collaboratively with those affected by the development of a renewable energy project is key to its success and can add value to the planning, construction, and operation phases for the owner.

  • Solving renewable energy wildlife challenges

    A key consideration in developing a renewable energy project is understanding its potential impact on wildlife and wildlife habitats.

  • Increasing renewable energy generation in Canada’s remote communities

    There is an ongoing effort to transition remote communities from diesel power to a mix of more renewable energy sources such as wind, solar, hydropower or biomass.

  • Oldman 2 Winds Project: Hemmera created novel and cost-effective solutions

    Hemmera created novel and cost-effective solutions to address previous environmental non-compliances.

  • Yellow Lake and Burdett Solar Projects: Provide considerable cost savings to BluEarth

    Through the implementation of forward-thinking approaches Hemmera has been able to provide considerable cost savings to BluEarth related to wetland compensation requirements.

  • Riverview Solar Project: Successfully achieved the first utility-scale solar facility

    Successfully achieved the first utility-scale solar facility Ministerial Determination under the Saskatchewan Environmental Assessment Act.

  • Lanfine Wind Project

    With Hemmera’s expert testimony, the AUC approved the Project Facility Application in less than two months.

  • Windrise Wind Project

    Hemmera successfully supported the Project from baseline data collection, through regulatory approvals, to the commencement of construction within a three-year period.

  • Southern Alberta Wind Project

    Hemmera has engaged closely with AEP-FWS throughout the Project to support Project amendments to layout and technology throughout the permitting and approval process.