Sartori Environmental Services was founded in 2011. Its partners have nearly 40 years of combined experience in environmental consulting to over 200 clients in Canada and Asia. Our expertise in the areas of fisheries, wildlife, urban and infrastructural development, development approvals, and environmental construction monitoring allows us to work with government, industry, and developers to provide cost-effective environmental assessments which move projects forward, always with a commitment to managing the environment.
Our integrated environmental solutions help our clients attain all internally-mandated and regulated commitments, and our size, structure, and expertise provides us with the flexibility to provide the highest quality services on time at competitive rates. We can accommodate projects of varying size and scope from single-family residential developments, to large-scale highway construction and remote run-of-river hydroelectric developments. We place customer service at the core of everything we do. Whether working in a project management role or assisting projects in a technical capacity, Sartori Environmental has become a leader in delivering consulting services across Western Canada’s environmental sector.
Our team works closely with engineers, architects, First Nations, land surveyors, and other consultants to provide accurate and timely assessments to a suite of projects. Our services include:
- Project administration and management;
- Environmental impact assessment through CEAA, BCEAA, and BCPIA processes;
- Environmental monitoring, reporting, and acting as agency liaison;
- Construction planning for sensitive environmental works;
- Habitat impact mitigation (planning, construction procedures and sequencing, sediment control plans);
- Independent environmental monitoring for run-of-river hydroelectric construction;
- Compensation plans and mediation in relation to aquatic habitat altered or lost through land use developments;
- Agency and municipal permits/approvals expedition;
- Stormwater/biofiltration requirement planning;
- Creek relocation design and construction;
- Wildlife assessments and management planning;
- Habitat evaluation/fish population assessments;
- Fish migration and age/growth studies; and,
- Literature reviews and technical report writing.