Monitoring

GREENLAND® recognizes that when developing municipal or environmental infrastructure, each design is based on finite information and assumptions about development timing and build-out activity.


It is therefore crucial for any project's successful implementation that a set of targets or indicators be determined at the outset, which can be monitored over time. This applies not only to the natural environment but also to municipal infrastructure, such as the monitoring of sanitary sewer systems for assessing surplus capacities for "smart growth" communities, infills (including "Brownfield" sites), expanded residential subdivisions or industries.


Monitoring results can also help determine whether the components have been properly conceived, or if changes to a structure are needed. This includes adapting a monitoring program to account for changes that have developed in the same area over time. To accomplish this goal, GREENLAND® uses state-of-the-art equipment and facilities for surface water (quantity & quality), groundwater and sewer infrastructure projects.


All of these elements working together provide important information that allows us to achieve results that will maintain or enhance the environment.


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Client Testimonials

Town of Collingwood

On behalf of the Town of Collingwood, I would like to thank the Greenland Group of Companies for their design and execution of the Town’s vision for Heritage Park, coordination of all consultants, contract administration and construction inspection.

Greenland always strives for thoroughness, professionalism and addressing their clients needs on each of their projects – this was no exception.

Peter G. Dunbar
Director, Leisure Services
Town of Collingwood

August 30, 2010
 

Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change

We are pleased to write in full support of the Canada-Europe Partnership, particularly the collaboration of the Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change (IC3) and the
Partners for Action (P4A) network to support incorporation of climate change considerations in the project and assist in testing FLOODVIEW with Canadian municipalities and insurers.
 
P4A and IC3 are dedicated to consideration of climate change in Canada’s approach to flood risk management, and dissemination of knowledge and best practices to the insurance industry, government decision-makers, and the Canadian public. We look forward to partnering with you to identify effective solutions to minimize urban flooding.

Dr. Daniel Scott
Executive Director
Interdisciplinary Centre on Climate Change
Faculty of Environment University of Waterloo

October 20, 2015
 

Communitech

The Greenland Group (Greenland) was introduced to Communitech in 2013. This letter is to acknowledge the importance of this proactive joint venture and to indicate our strong interest in future project partnerships with Greenland and other network members.

Greenland is now supporting other joint initiatives with Communitech. These leading-edge information technology partners will include other private sector members with the Communitech network, as well as Ontario government agencies and First Nation communities. These projects are intended to develop commercialized products and services involving the Greenland Group and other Communitech partners and to enable new Canada-wide related collaborations.

Mark, if any your prospective clients or contacts have questions regarding our collaborative efforts to date, ongoing discussions and project leveraging capabilities, the Communitech team would be more than happy to help.

We look forward to our continued strong collaboration with Greenland.

Iain Klugman
CEO
Communitech

February 19, 2015
 

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