Mission Statement

Since 1994, the Greenland Group of Companies (GREENLAND®) has efficiently provided its clients and customers with integrated professional engineering and landscape architecture services. Our successful business model, brand and accomplishments continue to grow because of the Board of Directors and employee commitments to innovation; attention to detail; and, “personality of a small business with a greater good and global impact”.

Our organization also offers exceptional service in developing intelligent (Internet-of-Things) decision support systems and water sector related products. This allows us to maintain our competitive edge and entrepreneurial integrity with our clients, customers and strategic business partners around the world.


Employment and Supplier Diversity Commitments and Accessibility Policy
Every day, we strive to create an inclusive workplace, where diverse perspectives are respected and all opinions matter. Our core principles include:

  • Diversity is woven throughout our business practices and employee training programs;
  • We provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified job applicants; and,
  • We search for qualified suppliers, vendors, sub-consultants and sub-contractors from all segments of the business community and this includes minority-owned, women-owned, Indigenous People-owned and veteran-owned businesses.


GREENLAND® Customer Service Policy - Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)‚Äč
All of our suppliers, vendors, sub-consultants and sub-contractors that are located and operate in the Province of Ontario must be compliant with the “Accessible Customer Service Standard – Ontario Regulation 429/07”made under the “Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) – 2005” and to provide us any goods and services. Proof of training and related policies shall also be provided to GREENLAND® upon request.

To view our Customer Service Policy - Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) in more detail, click here


Sustainability Commitment and Environmental Policy
To be exemplary global citizens, the Greenland Group of Companies strives for leadership by addressing areas most critical to its employees, its clients and customers, other stakeholders and the business community.

Our reputation is paramount because:

  • We each take ownership of what we do;
  • We innovate;
  • We improve our communities;
  • We believe in the individual; and,
  • We succeed as a collective "Greenland Team"
  A statement of our core values is attached.


Privacy Policy
The Greenland Group of Companies (GGC) respects the privacy of all our clients, site visitors and subscribers.  All personal information collected is kept in the strictest confidence and is to be used solely for the expressed purposes of GGC only.  Our website is strictly for information purposes only.
 
The Greenland Group of Companies (GGC) does not sell or provide and personal information collected to third party companies.  We will correspond with individuals who make a formal request to be contacted.  We will not solicit individuals who have visited our site. 
 
Cookies are not used to store personal information or compromise our visitor’s privacy in any way. We thank you for visiting our website and encourage you to call our office if we can help you


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Client Testimonials

Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

In March of 2013, Greenland International Consulting Ltd. completed a study for Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada to estimate nutrient loading in small catchment of about 177 square kilometers in the La Salle River watershed in southern Manitoba using the CANWET 4 model. Given uncertainties in some input data and model parameters, the preliminary results using the CANWET 4 model for baseline conditions of stream discharge, nutrient concentrations and loads were satisfactory in our project team as simulated values were within the range of observed values during the validation period.

This study suggests the CANWET 4 modeling approach could be used to predict changes to nutrient loads from changing land use scenarios in watersheds of this region.

Jason Vanrobaeys
Senior Land Resource Specialist
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

 

Township of Adjala-Tosorontio

As Chief Administrative Officer for the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio, I would like to commend Greenland on their successful completion of the Everett Secondary Plan Master Servicing Plan and Class Environmental Assessment.
 
The level of service and timely delivery of all reports, analyses and correspondence was greatly appreciated by Township staff. Greenland’s innovative solutions and prompt responses to issues raised by the Town Staff Approvals Agencies and the affected public throughout the EA Process were very important, and we look forward to working with your team on future projects.

To that end, our team at the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio would be pleased to provide references for your firm on similar projects in future

Eric Wargel
Chief Administrative Officer
The Corporation of the Township of Adjala-Tosorontio

April 16, 2013
 

NRC-IRAP

I am writing to acknowledge the completion of a successful R&D project funded by the National Research Council’s Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP).

Your firm’s performance on the project was excellent, and your team was a pleasure to work with.

The CANWET product that you have commercialized since the end of the project represents a strong step forward in your field, and you should be proud.

We wish you well in the successful commercialization of the technology, and the continued growth of your firm which will contribute to the Canadian economy.

Doug Reed
Industrial Technology Advisor
NRC-IRAP

July 8, 2011
 

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