Sediments services in New Brunswick

  • Stormwater Services

    Managing stormwater is crucial to minimize the potential for flood-related damage including surface flooding, erosion, and sedimentation. At Associated Engineering, we encourage integrated approaches for managing stormwater at a basin level. The key objectives are to maintain or improve the ecological health of watersheds by helping clients manage ...

    By Associated Engineering Office in Burnaby, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA). from Water Service line

  • Project Operations Services

    Matrix personnel can develop and implement solutions for potentially contaminated sites that comply with client and regulatory requirements:

    By Matrix Solutions Inc. Office in Virden, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA). from Project Operations Service line

  • Hydraulic & Hydrologic Engineering Services

    Associated Engineering offers a wide range of services in the Water Resources field.  The strength of our water resources team results from our expertise in hydrologic and hydraulic engineering, combined with our ability to use and interpret a variety of software packages.  Our team is conversant with a number of dynamic one-dimensional ...

    By Associated Engineering Office in Burnaby, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA). from Water Service line

  • Environmental Assessments and Approvals Services

    Strum has a professionally skilled team that focuses on a multitude of development related projects across Atlantic Canada. Our clients are involved in developing lands, erecting buildings, developing alternative energy projects and exploring for minerals and oil and gas.  Many of these projects require some form of municipal, provincial or ...

    By Strum Environmental Office in Moncton, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA).

  • Aquatic Risk Assessment Services

    Operations and facilities associated with impacts to an aquatic environment can become a serious liability. Aquatic risk assessment yields information to support important, cost-saving decisions. In the absence of aquatic risk assessment, an operator is too often provided with few options other than a costly remediation plan. Through understanding ...

    By Matrix Solutions Inc. Office in Virden, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA). from Project Operations Service line

  • Erosion Control Services

    Erosion Control is the practice of preventing or controlling water or wind erosion in agriculture, land development and construction. This usually involves the creation of some sort of physical barrier, such as vegetation or rock, to absorb some of the energy of the water or wind that is causing the erosion. Examples of erosion control methods ...

    By Maritime Hydroseed based in Saint John, NEW BRUNSWICK (CANADA).

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