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Environmental consulting firm opens new office in Cranbrook
Ecofish, an industry leader in environmental assessment and monitoring, chooses Cranbrook for its eighth office location
Ecofish Research, based in Vancouver, B.C., is opening its doors to Cranbrook to better serve two of its biggest clients in the area, BC Hydro and Teck, as well as others in the Kootenays and southern B.C. region.
The company has worked to reduce the impact of industry on the environment through assessment, monitoring, mitigation, offsetting and design services for more than a decade and will strengthen its ability to do so through its eighth location.
“We already work with clients in the Kootenays, so we’re excited to have a new, local office that will position our scientists to help clients solve key environmental challenges at project sites in a cost-effective and efficient way,” said Ecofish president Adam Lewis.
Andrew Harwood (Ph.D., R.P. Bio.), a veteran senior fisheries scientist with 17 years of experience, will spearhead projects out of the new location, along with a team of experts.
“I look forward to working with government, local clients and First Nations to help industry thrive while also preserving and protecting the natural environment of the Kootenays and southern B.C.,” Harwood said.
Ecofish will expand the Cranbrook team to more than six employees over the next year, which will help the company address key environmental challenges in the region and support the local economy and community.
The new office is located at Suite 202, 13-14th Ave South and is open to meet the needs of clients in the region.