Decar Nickel Project, Environmental Baseline Studies Program
Allnorth has been working with our client and the local Tl’azt’en First Nation to conduct the Decar Project Environmental Baseline Study (EBS) Program for the 2012 field season. Allnorth’s scope of work includes managing and conducting the EBS Program for a wide range of disciplines.
Allnorth’s responsibilities for this project included:
- Conducting baseline studies in the natural environment, such as climate, hydrology, surface water quality, hydrogeology, vegetation, terrestrial wildlife, fisheries, and aquatic environment
- Conducting baseline studies in the human environment, such as archaeology
- Participating in First Nations and community consultation activities
- Managing and reporting results of studies in multiple disciplines
About this mining project
The Decar Property is a nickel-iron alloy deposit that is owned by First Point Minerals Corp. and being developed under option by Cliff’s Natural Resources Exploration Canada Inc. The Decar Property is located approximately 85 kilometres northwest of Fort St. James in central British Columbia and is accessible by road from Fort St. James. The project is in the exploration phase.
Services in this project
Allnorth’s Environmental Services Group (ESG) comprises scientists, biologists, engineers, technicians, project and construction managers and business professionals. We have the experience and expertise to ensure that your project is planned, implemented and completed safely and sustainably.
Project and Construction Management
At Allnorth, we believe that communication and teamwork, from start to finish, are key to the successful execution of any project. We work closely with our clients to plan and manage projects from initial concept through to delivery.
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