To our friends,
Though it has been a difficult year, these hard times have showcased the community spirit of Albertans. Our generous nature is something that we should all be incredibly proud of!
This holiday season Compass Geomatics has opened a fund-raising campaign for Food Banks Alberta. The need for their services has increased greatly, and the impact of their efforts can be seen directly within our communities. To kick things off we have made a donation of $1000, and encourage anyone who has the means to contribute with us. Donation total updates will be posted on our social media throughout the month.
To donate go to http://foodbanksalberta.ca/donate/ and select “Compass Geomatics” from the fund drop down menu. All donations will receive a tax receipt.
Our best wishes to you and your families!
We are very proud to showcase the effort of one of our employees, Kyla Florent. She saw a social media post by a health care worker requesting mask adapters and created several types using Compass’ 3D printer. This started as a single request but has turned into dozens. If you work in health care and need a mask adapter contact Compass Geomatics via our social media and we will provide you one free of charge (we will continue to print until our 3D printer stops working). Stay safe!
Compass party chiefs frequently conduct pre-construction wildlife sweeps. These sweeps ensure that a proposed development does not interfere with important wildlife features such as raptor nests, heron rookeries (nests), occupied dens and mineral licks as legislated by the Wildlife Act and Master Schedule of Standards and Conditions. The Nest pictured was found by one of our crews during a wildlife sweep this winter.
AER has released the new OneStop tool which has changed how dispositions under their jurisdiction are submitted. Compass has dedicated significant resources to become proficient with this new system. If you require OneStop files or just have a question please reach out to us, we are happy to help!