Ecofish Research Ltd. enhances environmental service capabilities with ECODynamic Solutions Inc. transaction

Ecofish Research Ltd. this week announced the acquisition of ECODynamic Solutions Inc. (EDS), a leading environmental construction monitoring firm located in Courtenay.

A recognized expert construction environmental management and monitoring firm, EDS has for the past decade provided efficient and timely service to dozens of clients across the hydro, mining, urban, linear development, and government sectors in western Canada.

With a staff of recognized experts in the field of construction monitoring, EDS has an excellent reputation among regulatory agencies and clients, including BC Hydro, Brookfield Renewable, AltaGas and Alterra Power Corp.

Since 2005, Ecofish and EDS have teamed on major development projects, proving value by solving challenging environmental problems in all project phases.

By binding the successful association within a single firm, Ecofish will continuously increase service value to a growing client list. With a larger and more diverse team, Ecofish can provide effective, reliable environmental construction monitoring and assessment services across key industries, to private clients, First Nations and regulatory agencies.

Ecofish Research Ltd. (www.ecofishresearch.com) began in Vancouver in 2001 to meet the need for reliable, trustworthy, science-based environmental consulting. Ecofish Research offers a broad range of trusted environmental assessment, monitoring, mitigation, offsetting and design services –delivered using a proven, science-based approach for clients in industry, government and First Nations.

They now have an international team of over 85 scientists and other professionals with offices in Vancouver, Toronto, Courtenay, Victoria, Squamish, Campbell River, and Terrace, capable of working on projects around the world.

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