AQUAPARIAN provides high quality environmental services, on time and on budget, to clients throughout B.C.

Our expertise lies in:

  • Our understanding and environmental management of complex engineering projects within aquatic and land based environments
  • The use of sound environmental protection and mitigation measures
  • The environmental monitoring of construction for small and large infrastructure projects

Experienced & Registered Professional Biologists

AQUAPARIAN’s senior biologists have provided a wide range of biological services to both the public and private sectors for over 20 years including projects throughout British Columbia, the Yukon, the Northwest Territories and Ontario.

We maintain our professional status and knowledge of new regulatory standards and practices through continuing education and professional development to ensure quality, environmental services for our clients. Our professional biologists are certified under the College of Applied Biology and are members of the Association of Professional Biology of British Columbia.

Our Clients

AQUAPARIAN’s clients include private land owners, developers, engineering firms, municipalities, crown corporations and First Nations communities. Environmental projects range in size from simple assessments completed within a week to complex, multi-year construction projects including residential subdivisions, marinas, resorts and BC Hydro projects.

We make a strong, personal commitment to every environmental project, an approach that helps us to build dynamic, long-term relationships with our clients.

AQUAPARIAN is dedicated to providing high quality, environmental services while meeting challenges in a cost-effective and scientifically sound manner in close consultation with our clients.

Strong Working Relationships with Regulatory Agencies

Our team has developed a strong working relationship with municipal, provincial and federal agencies including Transport Canada, Environment Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and the various divisions of BC Ministry of Environment.