Site Assessment and Remediation

Klohn Crippen Berger (KCB) has investigated potential environmental liabilities at hundreds of industrial facilities throughout Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. These include over 700 oil and gas sites, mine sites, hydroelectric facilities and other development sites. Each of the sites posed unique environmental concerns and liabilities. The investigation processes used to identify and delineate surface and subsurface contaminants include intrusive (drilling, trenching) and non-intrusive (geophysical) methods.

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Hangingstone SAGD Demonstration
Killam South Abandoned Gas Plant


  • Phase I Environmental Site Assessment (stage 1 preliminary site investigation)
  • Phase II Environmental Site Assessment (stage 2 preliminary site investigation)
  • Phase III Environmental Site Assessment (detailed site investigation)
  • Remediation
    • Regulatory bio-treatment cells
    • In-situ /ex-situ remediation strategies
    • Soil vapour extraction
    • Dual phase extraction
  • Risk assessment and risk-based remediation methods
  • Reclamation
  • Groundwater assessments
  • Operational and post reclamation monitoring and compliance plans
  • Contaminant fate and transport modelling
  • Environmental monitoring programs and sediment control plans