7 Things You Didn't Know About FRICORP
FRi Ecological Services was founded in 1996 to provide professional project direction and technical scientific services to assess the importance and sensitivity of natural heritage systems and features. FRICORP is an energetic company that has assembled a versatile team of dedicated staff with expertise in fisheries, wetlands, species at risk, wildlife and associated natural heritage features. The majority of our team members have experience in both the public and private section which gives our clients a distinct advantage. Our goal is to take the worry out of the environmental review and permitting processes by clearly defining and executing our tasks to achieve success for our clients.
FRICORP is very much a customer-service oriented firm. If you don't already know us, have a look at the 7 Things You Didn't Know About FRICORP.
All of our staff have experience in both the public and private sector to give you a well-rounded perspective on your project.
We have to know all the technical jargon so you don't have to. We will explain the process to you in plain english.
FRICORP designed the first wildlife overpass in Ontario on Highway 69 and gained approval of the first Conservation Design residential development in Ontario.
FRICORP has completed over 200 provincial transportation projects including preliminary design, detail design, and contract administration assignments.
FRICORP has leading edge technology in Geographic Information Systems (GIS), remote sensing equipment, and analysis software.
FRICORP staff volunteers their time in a variety of ways including Canadore College Advisory Board, Nipissing Naturalist Club, Discovery Routes Trails Organization, and the North Bay Active Transportation Committee.
Training & Certifications
FRICORP staff members hold a range of certifications including Northern Ontario Wetland Evaluator, Ecological Land Classification, First Class Crew Leader Electrofishing, Qualified Professional for Species At Risk, and Erosion and Sediment Control to name a few.