Monitoring, Mitigation and Remediation

Industrial companies are increasingly seeking ways to positively affect the planet and its inhabitants. Projects are designed and built to the highest environmental standards, but once facilities become operational, unforeseen situations can force owners to adapt and innovate.

To ensure operational continuity and compliance with evolving environmental standards, companies need to perform careful monitoring and follow-ups throughout the project life cycle. When it comes to sustainable development, every detail counts.

Monitoring, Mitigation and Remediation

  1. Your challenges

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      Minimize construction delays

      Construction is often a race against the clock, and this phase involves a number of important tasks, such as tracking the budget, holding negotiations, assessing work progress, and managing contractors and suppliers. Equally important considerations include ensuring compliance, obtaining authorizations and permits, and communicating with stakeholders to support social license.

      The slightest slip can lead to significant financial consequences, throw the project off schedule and even compromise its viability. The solution is to meticulously and diligently coordinate each critical aspect of the project, so you can mitigate any risks that could cause a delay.

      Keep a careful eye on your operations

      Once your facility is operational, you need to continually monitor the effectiveness of all environmental protection measures—your project performance and compliance depend on it. After all, any deviation from established criteria can result in high financial and social costs and put your operational continuity at risk.

      Environmental performance tracking is a logical extension of your planning, design validation and risk mitigation efforts. What's more, producing environmental reports gives your company the opportunity to share its environmental vision with all project stakeholders.

      Prepare for the unexpected

      Even the most carefully planned projects can come up against unforeseen events at any time in the project life cycle. When faced with a complaint, incident or change in standards, acting with agility and resilience can help you effectively manage the situation and minimize its impact.

      Your strategy should be supported by a customized emergency response plan that takes into consideration your operational constraints and processes. This will enable you to take quick action and apply the right corrective measures over both the short and long terms.

  2. Our approach

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      Our long-term vision for your projects

      Working with your teams and partners, our experts can plan, implement and monitor all environmental protection and remediation measures for your projects. With extensive experience working in the industrial sector, we're able to develop custom emergency response plans that outline what you should do in the event of an unforeseen situation or critical incident.

      Since environmental performance and compliance is tracked over several years, we develop and execute flexible, easy-to-manage programs. Whether you want to implement environmental measures early in the project life cycle or respond to a specific need in an ongoing project, you can count on the technical knowledge and experience of our integrated team.

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