Millennium EMS Solutions Ltd.
Millennium EMS Solutions Ltd.

 

Reclamation in Northern B.C.

MEMS’ Reclamation and Construction team has been hard at work embodying our values of Trustworthiness and Teamwork in Northern B.C. They began by consulting with a local First Nations community to plan and execute reclaiming a wellsite (below) that was covered in agronomics. The site was reclaimed “rough and loose” (below), this created microsites and […]

Reclaim Forested Sites

MEMS has helped our clients reclaim over 300 forested sites throughout Alberta and British Columbia over the last ten years. This equates to over 363 ha or 896.6 football fields of land reclaimed back to forested land. Approximately 726,000 trees have been planted. These trees will produce approximately 4183 tons of oxygen per year and […]

Taking Time For Tadpoles

During a routine wellsite reclamation project, hundreds of Western Toad tadpoles, a federal species of special concern, were identified in a shallow waterbody onsite. To ensure these tadpoles were not disturbed during the reclamation activities, our team paused the project to allow the tadpoles to develop into terrestrial toadlets. A silt fence was installed at […]

Clay-Peat Inversion

Motivated by a passion for peatlands and a dedication to reclamation efforts for over 25 years, MEMS persistently strives to restore wetlands throughout Western Canada. Through the application of cutting-edge methods, MEMS remains at the forefront of reclamation practices, committed to revitalizing habitats to support seed germination and the growth of thriving peatland vegetation.

New habitat for pheasants along Ross Creek

Partnership supports creating a new habitat MEMS was happy to support the Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) and Pheasants Forever (Chinook Chapter) in creating a new habitat for pheasants along Ross Creek near Medicine Hat. MEMS provided the funding application, design, regulatory support and construction supervision in the fall of 2022 for this innovative environmental enhancement […]

BC Flood Response Hydrotechnical Support

When southeast British Columbia was devastated by massive flooding November 14/15 2021, Trans Mountain called MEMS to provide hydrotechnical engineering support at geohazard sites where rivers exposed or threatened the Trans Mountain Pipeline. MEMS engineers responded and were on the ground within 1 day of the request and continue to provide timely field direction, design […]

Asbestos Assessments and Abatement Services

MEMS has conducted a number of building assessments and surveys for hazardous materials.  MEMS, working in partnership, to complete asbestos surveys and management plans for Public Services and Procurement Canada is just one example.  MEMS compiled asbestos inventories of over 300 buildings at numerous Correctional Facilities across Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba.  Providing an integrated and […]

Athabasca River Pipe Erosion Protection

MEMS was awarded the engineering design for erosion protection measures of existing pipe sag bends along the Athabasca River. The project award was based on the demonstrated experience of the MEMS team and practical insights provided by MEMS on the constructability issues of the site along the river bank.  An innovative off-channel approach is being […]

Grassy Mountain Coal Mine Water Management Lead

Riversdale Resources engaged MEMS as the water management lead to coordinate and collaborate with various engineering consultants through the Bankable Feasibility Study. As water issues on the mine site are a key issue for regulatory compliance, the coordination and refinement of water-related plans was assigned to MEMS in addition to the existing role of leading […]

Ross Creek Drainage Improvements and Wetland Engineering

The Alberta Conservation Association (ACA) in partnership with Pheasants Forever (PF) engaged MEMS as the engineer-of-record to provide support through construction at the Ross Creek Habitat Improvement Project. The project includes removal of historical infrastructure to improve drainage, and construction of new drainage along Ross Creek that includes wetlands and topographical features for wildlife habitat […]