Quotation MarksHemmera is always looking for unique and innovative ways to help solve Parkland’s environmental issues, while saving the client time and money.

Client: Parkland Fuel Corporation

Location: Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario

Date: 2013 – ongoing

Project Team: Peter Reid, Gerry Parrott, Julie vanTol, Raymond Baksi, Jarrett Yaremko, Halie Landskron, Jake Gossen, Thomas Crane, Karey Dow

 

PARKLAND FUEL CORPORATION PORTFOLIO

Overview
Hemmera has provided various environmental services at multiple service stations and commercial facilities within the Parkland Fuel Corporation (Parkland) family of brands (including, but not limited to: Fas Gas Plus, Pioneer, Chevron, Race Trac, Bluewave Energy, Columbia Fuels, Island Petroleum and Ultramar) throughout Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario. This includes portfolio management, project management, pre-acquisition due-diligence reviews, Phase I/II/III environmental site assessments (ESAs), remedial excavations, annual groundwater and soil vapour monitoring programs, monitoring well decommissioning programs, indoor air sampling programs, contractor tender management, and service station decommission and remediation.

Approach
Hemmera’s project management responsibilities have included generating and implementing work plans, coordinating field work, providing instruction and assistance to field employees during completion of field work, reviewing utility information and health and safety plans, providing senior review of previous investigation reports, designing follow-up work plans, and client correspondence. Hemmera has also provided purchase support (identification of liabilities related to pre-existing contamination) and oversight of site remediation efforts conducted by other consultants.

Hemmera has conducted annual groundwater and soil vapour monitoring programs at active services stations for Parkland, reviewed historical reports, and designed and implemented Phase II ESA programs that conform to the requirements of Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standard Z769-00 Phase II Environmental Site Assessment, as well as provincial regulatory protocols and requirements. Phase II ESAs include organizing and supervising sub-contractors, logging borehole lithology, selecting and submitting samples for laboratory analysis, installing groundwater monitoring and soil vapour wells, and determining groundwater flow direction. Hemmera also prepares a final environmental report, summarizing the findings, and making recommendations for future actions.

Our site decommissioning investigations include preparation of tender documents for sub-contractors, organizing the bidding process, and awarding the contracts. In addition, Hemmera oversees the contractors on-site, and conducts laboratory analysis to confirm that soil and groundwater meet the applicable regulatory guidelines and standards.

Results
Hemmera has managed and completed multiple environmental projects for Parkland on time and under budget. Hemmera is always looking for unique and innovative ways to help solve Parkland’s environmental issues, while saving the client time and money.

PARKLAND FUEL CORPORATION PORTFOLIO

Client: Parkland Fuel Corporation
Location: Alberta, British Columbia, Ontario
Date: 2013 – ongoing
Project Team: Peter Reid, Gerry Parrott, Julie vanTol, Raymond Baksi, Jarrett Yaremko, Halie Landskron, Jake Gossen, Thomas Crane, Karey Dow

Overview
Hemmera has provided various environmental services at multiple service stations and commercial facilities within the Parkland Fuel Corporation (Parkland) family of brands (including, but not limited to: Fas Gas Plus, Pioneer, Chevron, Race Trac, Bluewave Energy, Columbia Fuels, Island Petroleum and Ultramar) throughout Alberta, British Columbia, and Ontario. This includes portfolio management, project management, pre-acquisition due-diligence reviews, Phase I/II/III environmental site assessments (ESAs), remedial excavations, annual groundwater and soil vapour monitoring programs, monitoring well decommissioning programs, indoor air sampling programs, contractor tender management, and service station decommission and remediation.

Approach
Hemmera’s project management responsibilities have included generating and implementing work plans, coordinating field work, providing instruction and assistance to field employees during completion of field work, reviewing utility information and health and safety plans, providing senior review of previous investigation reports, designing follow-up work plans, and client correspondence. Hemmera has also provided purchase support (identification of liabilities related to pre-existing contamination) and oversight of site remediation efforts conducted by other consultants.

Hemmera has conducted annual groundwater and soil vapour monitoring programs at active services stations for Parkland, reviewed historical reports, and designed and implemented Phase II ESA programs that conform to the requirements of Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standard Z769-00 Phase II Environmental Site Assessment, as well as provincial regulatory protocols and requirements. Phase II ESAs include organizing and supervising sub-contractors, logging borehole lithology, selecting and submitting samples for laboratory analysis, installing groundwater monitoring and soil vapour wells, and determining groundwater flow direction. Hemmera also prepares a final environmental report, summarizing the findings, and making recommendations for future actions.

Our site decommissioning investigations include preparation of tender documents for sub-contractors, organizing the bidding process, and awarding the contracts. In addition, Hemmera oversees the contractors on-site, and conducts laboratory analysis to confirm that soil and groundwater meet the applicable regulatory guidelines and standards.

Results
Hemmera has managed and completed multiple environmental projects for Parkland on time and under budget. Hemmera is always looking for unique and innovative ways to help solve Parkland’s environmental issues, while saving the client time and money.

Quotation MarksHemmera is always looking for unique and innovative ways to help solve Parkland’s environmental issues, while saving the client time and money.