ParklandGEO Environmental Ltd.
ParklandGEO is a partnership of independently owned and operated engineering consulting firms that was initially established in Red Deer, Alberta in May 2000. The ParklandGEO Consulting Group have a presence in four centers in Alberta including Red Deer, Edmonton, Airdrie and Grand Prairie which provide a range of services in the following fields: Geotechnical engineering. Soils and aggregate testing. Materials engineering, materials testing and construction monitoring. Groundwater engineering and testing. Environmental site assessments. Environmental consulting services. Environmental remediation project management.
ParklandGEO associates are in business to provide the highest quality of engineering, testing and environmental services to select customers in our service areas. We will provide a challenging and rewarding work environment for our employees that will encourage them to make meaningful contributions to the firm and the local community. We will focus on meeting our customers needs by exploring and implementing new technologies in an effort to promote our position within the local industry, thereby ensuring a profitable, long-term business venture for staff and investors.
We have been in business since 2000 and employ professionals and support staff with education and experience in engineering, geology, earth sciences, technologists and technicians. Our over 90 years of combined engineering and geo-science experience means that our team has credibility, professional skill and knowledge that is applied to every project and for every client.
ParklandGEO applies sound engineering, geological and scientific knowledge and experience to the economic solution of environmental and geotechnical problems.
Our high quality and standards ensures that the most practical approach is taken to address the environmental and geotechnical affairs of our clients.
ParklandGEO personnel includes a multi-disiplinery team of geotechnical engineers, environmental scientists, civil engineering technicians, environmental technologists, field testing technicians and office support staff. Our present core staff levels include 30+ people and our expected peak staff levels for the 2011 season will be about 55 people including seasonal materials technicians.