Imperial Oil has awarded Golder the contract for remediation of a 155-acre site near Tuktoyaktuk in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region, Northwest Territories, Canada. Our winning proposal involved teaming up with IMG-Golder, an environmental and engineering firm based in Inuvik, NT. IMG-Golder is jointly owned by Inuvialuit business partners and Golder.
To help achieve regulatory closure, Golder will provide permitting, demolition and remediation services. We will contribute technical oversight for the treatment and disposal of contaminated soil, the removal of landfills, and other demolition activities. Our site management strategy focuses on restoring the area to its original land-use.
“We’re looking forward to supporting Imperial in their efforts to remediate the Tuk site,” said Lenz Haderlein, Principal and Director for the project. “This contract is a great example of how Golder uses innovative approaches to help our energy clients achieve their business goals. We will work with local contractors, businesses and individuals to maximize the community benefits of this project.”
Golder provides Imperial with engineering, environmental, remediation and reclamation across Canada.