Hatfield Consultants provides high-quality environmental services for private and public sector clients throughout the world, including North and South America, Asia, Europe and Africa. Hatfield provides services in the areas of aquatic ecology, environmental assessment and monitoring, contaminant monitoring, GIS and remote sensing, environmental information systems, biodiversity assessments and international development.
Established in 1974, Hatfield Consultants provides high-quality environmental services for private and public sector clients throughout the world, including North and South America, Asia, Europe and Africa. Hatfield provides services in the areas of aquatic ecology, environmental assessment and monitoring, contaminant monitoring, GIS and remote sensing, environmental information systems, biodiversity assessments and international development.
Within Canada, Hatfield provides environmental services for industrial clients in the pulp and paper, mining, oil and gas, and transportation sectors, as well as for public sector and First Nations clients. Internationally, Hatfield works closely with international development agencies, multi-lateral funding agencies, non-government organizations (NGOs), and industrial partners.
In Canada, our head office is in North Vancouver. We have company offices in Rossland, Fort McMurray and Calgary (Canada), Indonesia and Laos (Asia) and Botswana (Africa), and maintain business partners in Thailand and Chile.
We are particularly active in western Canada, Indonesia, and throughout Southeast Asia.
We specialize in undertaking complex, multi-disciplinary environmental projects, often in collaboration with networks of local experts and specialists in particular fields. Our work centers on providing cost-effective, sustainable solutions to our clients’ environmental needs.
Hatfield provides innovative, science-based solutions that address the environmental and natural resource management needs of our clients. We work collaboratively and respectfully with clients and partner organizations, and support the professional goals and development of our employees.
Hatfield’s commitment to corporate and ethical responsibility was recognized in the 2007 Canadian Awards for International Cooperation where Hatfield was presented with the Nexen Award for Excellence in Corporate Social and Ethical Responsibility. This award, presented by the Canadian International Development Agency and Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, recognizes Hatfield’s integration of social and ethical considerations into business practices.
In 2000, Hatfield received the Mark-Drake Award in Recognition of Excellence in Communicating Private Sector Contributions to International Cooperation Issues. Hatfield was recognized for its important work addressing the residual environmental impacts of Agent Orange herbicide used during the Viet Nam War.
At Hatfield Consultants, our reputation is built on unflinching commitment to quality. From the design of our projects to our day-to-day operations, we uphold superior standards to ensure our clients receive the best environmental services possible.
This dedication led us to seek ISO9001 certification in 2008. Certification not only satisfies requirements for our industrial clients, but proves that we maintain exceptional standards of service and strive for constant improvement, whether archiving documents or collecting water samples.
ISO standards also form the base of Hatfield’s quality management plan, which features guidelines for business operations and detailed instructions for field procedures. Each year, we submit this plan to third-party audits — a process that ensures our services always meet the high expectations of our clients.
Paired with our decades of hands-on experience, ISO9001 certification has also given us a strong knowledge of ISO14001 — the standard for environmental management. As a result, we are able to apply international standards while serving as environmental managers, as showcased during our work on the Port Mann/Highway 1 Improvement and the Sea-to-Sky Highway Improvement projects in Vancouver’s Lower Mainland.