By maintaining open communication with regulators, our team has established positive relationships built on trust and respect, allowing for efficient and timely permit approvals. From fish and wildlife sampling and salvage permits to obtaining approvals under the Fisheries Act, Water Sustainability Act, or permits from the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, our team of experienced professionals can help make the process smooth.
We are industry leaders in creating compliance and supporting documents such as Environmental Work Plans, Environmental Protection Plans, Construction Environmental Management Plans, monitoring plans, monitoring reports, and spill reporting.
With unimpeded access to the marine environment, Bailey has built the extensive knowledge network necessary to navigate the complex regulatory steps required to work within the marine ecosystem. Bailey is an industry leader in marine conservation and resource management, regularly collaborating and fostering relationships with private, public, industrial, and government organizations, as well as Indigenous communities.
Our team have extensive experience with marine construction monitoring, marine mammal and bird surveys and monitoring during construction, hydroacoustic monitoring, side scan sonar, marine habitat assessments, tidal, intertidal and subtidal surveys (ROV), and permitting.
Management practice is refocusing on the role of healthy and biodiverse forests in providing resilience to climate change-induced natural disasters, sequestering carbon, and maintaining viable populations of fish and wildlife species. This management is being shared, or transferred in many cases, to the original stewards of the land, Indigenous communities. Bailey is proud to provide services that assist in this transition.
We have a diverse team that has experience in non-traditional forestry services such as literature reviews and study design for forest ecology and wildfire research, preparing forest resilience plans, and providing third party reviews of forest practices and policy. Our staff works with Indigenous communities to provide technical aid with resource application (referral) recommendations and developing standards and best practices for operators working within jurisdictions, technical support in developing Forest Landscape Plans, Land Use Planning, and non-timber resource models and management strategies.