The project completed for Maritime Electric Company Limited (MECL) involved conducting a Transport Canada Navigable Waters Protection Act Permit Application for an existing groyne structure in Charlottetown harbour. This project involved negotiating with the regulator to establish realistic structure marking requirements.
Granville Ridge Consulting completed wetland delineation along the coast in North Carleton, Prince Edward Island. The project was conducted in collaboration with Atlantic Canada Conservation Data Centre (ACCDC). The wetland delineation was fulfilled to assist in planning and development of waterfront property on Northumberland Strait for a private realtor.
Wetland delineation on the property provided the information required for the developer to move ahead with development. The delineated wetlands were substantiated by recording hydrological vegetation and soil data for upland and wetland paired plots. Wetland Determination Data Forms were submitted to the Prince Edward Island Department of Community Land and Environment.
Granville Ridge Consulting was a team member with Joose Environmental in an expansion project for the Canadian Harbour Authority Inc. (CHAI).
Granville Ridge Consulting was involved in the Charlottetown Harbour Authority berth expansion project in the capacity of providing appropriate environmental assessment and permitting for the proposed development at the Charlottetown Marine Terminal to allow large, and additional cruise vessels to dock at the facility.
This project involved sediment sampling, benthic habitat survey, dolphin construction, anchor buoy installation, east berth dredging, and completion of an ocean disposal permit for the dredging of berth. All permitting was completed through Transport Canada, Department of Fisheries and Oceans, and the Province of Prince Edward Island for the expansion of the facility.