Environmental Impact Assessments
Environmental Impact Assessments determine the potential environmental impacts of a proposed project. Whether you are seeking a development permit through municipal government, or a Section 11 Application through the Water Sustainability Act, we will be your project manager, your liason with regulatory agencies and your guide throughout the process. We also prepare the necessary reports specific to your project.
Our knowledge of municipal, provincial and federal environmental legislation and guidelines will ensure that your project meets all regulatory requirements. Our established working relationship with multiple levels of government (including municipal, provincial and federal) reduces overall project cost by ensuring project objectives are on par with government mandates. We will work on your behalf with the applicable regulatory bodies including municipal, provincial or federal governments.
Working in a sensitive area? We can provide on-site monitoring to mitigate the impacts to creeks, lakes, wetlands or other sensitive habitats. We will work with you to ensure vital habitats are protected and develop monitoring and mitigation plans for environmental protection, habitat mitigation, compensation plans, restoration and habitat enhancement. We have a comprehensive understanding of the applicable regulations and best management practices.
Hill Environmental provides environmental monitoring services for various construction projects, including in stream works, working in sensitive ecosystems, riparian areas, fish passage restoration, and installation and/or replacement of culverts and bridges. Hill Environmental also provides post construction monitoring including projects that require multiple year vegetation survival monitoring.
Environmental Monitoring for Construction Projects:
- Culvert installations and replacements
- Bridge installations
- Fish Passage Restoration
- Fish salvage
- Sediment & Erosion Control
- Post Construction Monitoring
- Vegetation mortality/ survival
- Fish utilization
- Instream structure function and use
- Water Quality
Mitigation and Compensation Planning
Compensation and mitigation plans are used to ensure proper biological function is maintained or renewed when changes are made to sensitive aquatic or terrestrial habitats. Hill Environmental will work with you to develop a plan that is both functional and ecologically sound. Hill will work on your behalf with multiple levels of government to balance your needs with the requirements of applicable legislation.