The Greenland® Group of Companies

The Greenland Group of Companies (GREENLAND®) is an award-winning engineering and technologies enterprise. It includes consulting firms that focus on civil; environmental; alternative energy; and software engineering, as well as landscape architecture. Projects include Municipal Infrastructure; Water Resources; Asset Sustainability; Smart (Internet-of-Things) Information Systems; Low Impact Development; Monitoring; and, Public-Private Partnerships. Our core business units are highlighted on our website. Each are privately-owned Canadian companies and provide innovative, high-quality products and services. GREENLAND® includes the following affiliated organizations:

  • Greenland International Consulting Ltd.
  • Greenland Technologies Group Ltd.
  • ​Urban Watershed Group Limited
  • Stragis Environmental Services Inc.
  • Bio-MIMIC (Canada) Ltd.
  • PLAN by DESIGN Inc.
  • Clearflow Group Inc.
  • Source 2 Source Inc.


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The Personnel


Direct principal involvement in every project gives clients experienced project management, communication, and technical expertise. From initial meetings through planning, project development, and construction, a GREENLAND® principal provides experienced co-ordination and assurance that projects receive the vital resources and hands-on expertise to make them successful. We also have respected relationships with governmental and regulatory decision-makers and an unequaled grasp of environmental and development regulations in the Canadian market.


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Directors, Associates or Advisors

 

R. Mark Palmer, P.Eng.

Jane Palmer, B.A.Sc.

Jim Hartman, P.Eng.

Murray Maracle, Sr.

Donald Moss, M.Eng., P.Eng.

Peter Ellis, C.E.T.

Trevor Boston, M.Sc., P.Eng.

Dr. Barry Evans

Terry Geddes

Dr. Donald Cowan, P.Eng.

Fred McGarry

John Wilkinson

Dr. Hussein Abdullah, P.Eng.

Jerry Hanna

Cory Albers, P.Eng., M.Sc

Bernie Amell, BLA, CLSA

 

 


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Client Testimonials

Canada's Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA)

Check out this (Greenland) video of THREATS (an open-source cumulative effects assessment tool to help direct environmental management (industrial or other)) and/or planning of future projects. It enables the compiling and juxtaposition of public environmental data (including, but not limited to, wildlife use areas and environmental quality data) with on-site or "targeted" environmental data. For security, the provision to include data protected behind a firewall exists to enable analysis and comparison of potentially sensitive data in the context of other datasets. The goal here is to allow for predictive capability and in turn mitigate potential effects. Equally, this provides a capacity to enable retroactive assessment (investigation of cause) of observed changes. The ability to spatially interpret stressor/pathway/receptor data, and conduct analyses within the tool, while retaining data in its original database (secure) is what is truly unique here. Excited to see what can be achieved with this powerful platform in areas where it has already begun to be used!

Neal Tanna
Advisor, Monitoring and Risk Assessment
Canada’s Oil Sands Innovation Alliance (COSIA)

November 3, 2017
 

Muskoka Watershed Council

The Muskoka Watershed Council’s mission is to champion watershed health in those watersheds that flow into and through the District Municipality of Muskoka. There is no conservation authority in Muskoka, instead the Council is a volunteer-based organization supported by the District of Muskoka, local consulting firms, and local Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry and Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change offices.

The Muskoka Watershed Council is currently undertaking a project to understand the potential impact of climate change in Muskoka to the year 2050. In working with our municipal partners, decision support tools such as Greenland’s new CANWET-5 model could be useful in informing our watershed management planning decisions in relation to policy development, stewardship priorities and education and communication programs. 

Peter Sale
Chair
Muskoka Watershed Council

November 17, 2014
 

Credit Valley Conservation

I wanted to take this opportunity to thank you for your work on the Brampton “Pond 10 Floating Islands Research Project”. This project was a “first of its kind” within our watershed.

Greenland was responsible for preparing the design brief for the islands that provided details on the anchoring system design, safety considerations and a strategy for establishing a vegetation community among other things. This was a challenging project given that there was no pre-established process to follow and therefore we were defining the design and implementation process from scratch.

Greenland was always very responsive when issues arose and helped us troubleshoot options to solve the issue. They refined the design brief and assisted CVC with implementing improved anchor designs that have been successful in keeping the islands stable over the past few years even though some extreme weather events.

We were very pleased with the consulting services Greenland provided for this project.

Phil James, P.Eng.
Manager, Watershed Protection and Restoration
Credit Valley Conservation

March 14, 2014
 

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