Operating across Western Canada, H3M Environmental provides field and permitting services that balance costs and risks to meet regulatory requirements, while bridging the gap between environmental stewardship and project development. As a full-scale and diversified service provider, H3M supports multiple energy sectors, commercial real estate, forestry, municipalities and utilities. We support pre-construction, construction, and post-construction requirements of projects, managing our client’s assets from inception through to their retirement and reclamation. Taking a pragmatic approach to balancing land stewardship, project development, and economic sustainability.
Nick spearheads H3M Environmental’s service offering out of the Fort St. John office. Nick brings diverse expertise in the environmental consulting industry with over 15-years of experience. His strengths lie in pre-construction site assessments, reclamation planning, environmental construction supervision, erosion and sedimentation design and implementation, fish and wildlife surveying and assessments, and general environmental mitigation planning.
Erin has been working in the Environmental Consulting industry for over 10-years. She has extensive experience completing various environmental assessments, as well as associated technical reports. Throughout her career, she has worked on several construction and reclamation projects as an environmental consultant, including the construction of a 50+ km pipeline south of Fort St. John, BC. Erin is extremely familiar with environmental regulatory requirements as they pertain to oil and gas developments in British Columbia.
Steven represents H3M’s service offerings out of the Calgary office and brings diverse expertise in the environmental consulting industry with over 10-years of experience. His strengths lie in pre-construction site assessments and planning, environmental construction supervision, environmental mitigation planning, and coordinating environmental regulatory approvals.
K’Shian brings a decade of Environmental Consulting industry experience to the team. Her experience spans from front end baseline/pre-construction site assessments, to remediation/spill response and final reclamation of projects. K’Shian’s work at H3M focuses on site remediation and reclamation and her experience is an integral part of growing our environmental service offering.
Lisa Johnson brings 18-years of experience in project management and conducting field work on Archaeological Impact Assessments (AIA’s) and supporting Indigenous Relations in northeast British Columbia. Lisa has developed and fostered relationships with many of the Indigenous Communities in the area over the years. She has diverse experience across all aspects of Cultural Heritage Resources with a specified focus in regulatory permitting and Indigenous relations coordination. Lisa has a B.A. in Anthropology with a focus on Canadian First Nation Studies. She has managed projects and their regulatory requirements within the Oil and Gas Commission, Canada Energy Regulator and the Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development. Lisa’s previous experience as a Cultural Heritage Resource Officer at the BC Oil and Gas Commission has provided extensive knowledge of the Permitting and Regulatory processes.
Carolyn brings over 10-years of customer experience within the scientific and transactional property spheres. Her degree in Environmental Science from Dalhousie University, as well as her experience on the front and back end of the project life cycle lend to a well-rounded, client-focused approach. Carolyn spearheads H3M’s growth and diversity in environmental services across Western Canada.