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Doug Bell

B.Sc., M.Sc., P.Geo., FGC


Doug has over 27 years of geological, environmental and hydrogeological experience. He has managed numerous risk assessments, phased environmental site assessments, site characterizations, reclamation projects, and remediation projects involving various public sector and commercial/industrial facilities and waste management sites across western Canada and in the North.

He has extensive experience with the development and implementation of environmental management plans including monitoring and remediation activities, emergency spill response and liaison with regulatory agencies. His experience with hydrogeologic investigations often involve surface water and groundwater baseline assessments and have been completed in a wide range of settings such as landfills, solid waste facilities, mining sites, petroleum hydrocarbon contaminated sites, industrial manufacturing sites and military sites. Doug also has specialized expertise in the management and optimization of long-term monitoring programs and the development of contingency and closure plans for facilities.

In addition to his consulting experience, Doug formerly served as a regulator acting as a soil and ground water specialist with Manitoba Conservation. In this role he was involved in technical review committees for environmental licencing projects and waste management initiatives, plus providing technical input to various aquifer management boards.  Doug was also a representative on the Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment committee for Canada Wide Standards.

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All-Season Roads - Manitoba

The East Side Road Authority was mandated by the Province of Manitoba to undertake the East Side Transportation Initiative. It includes the construction of 1028 km of all-season roads, and associated bridges. This new transportation network will provide safe and reliable service to 13 First Nation communities on the east side of Lake Winnipeg to provincial roads. Dillon has been involved in four of the seven projects under this East Side Transportation Initiative. 

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