Construction Monitoring — Wildlife Mitigation

NRTG’s MicroCourses offer a dynamic training pathway that’s as flexible as it is enriching to build expertise. Our Construction Monitoring – Wildlife Mitigation, spanning four hours, delivers in-depth training in an easily digestible format. It’s designed to maximize your skills for immediate application.   

Dive deep into industry-leading techniques for wildlife mitigation amidst construction projects. Explore strategies for pinpointing potential impacts, selecting appropriate mitigation measures, and evaluating their effectiveness. Emphasizing hands-on learning, we’ll navigate timing considerations for various species and explore terrestrial and aquatic isolation methods. By course end, you’ll master the art of assessing, executing, and refining wildlife mitigation to uphold environmental regulations and foster sustainable construction practices. 

Course will be 4 hours long.  

Instructor Profile

Maggie Pugh

Maggie is an ecologist with nearly 20 years specializing in analyzing and interpreting ecosystems and wildlife habitats. Her breadth of knowledge of the construction monitoring industry includes an in-depth understanding of considerations for both aquatic and terrestrial habitats in both urban centres and remote northern settings. Maggie’s expertise spans a variety of project types including linear infrastructure, land development, and culvert and bridge replacement works.