Brinkman & Associates began working in Alberta in 1978. Beginning primarily with Alberta Forest Service clients in the first decade, and evolving with a shift in reforestation responsibilities, the company now has an entirely private resource industry client base in Alberta.
The Alberta division consists of stable experienced crews providing continuous services to a group of key clients. The division has become a leader in field quality, integrated services, and improved health and safety practices.
Highlights of the expertise and experience we are proud to offer our clients include:
- The ability to attract, train and retain experienced crews who can make on-the-spot microsite or species selection judgments that both add forest value and reduce client costs.
- Brinkman & Associates Reforestation and Brinkman's affiliate Loki Reforestation both hold a Certificate of Recognition for our Occupational Health and Safety focus.
- Through its focus on meeting and exceeding agreed upon client requirements, our crews have excelled in the areas of health and safety, quality, timely completion and data services.
- Brinkman integrated services reduce client workload by, for example, assuming responsibility for nursery shipments, quality control, logistics and end results on complex projects.
Brinkman's vision is to be known as the best in forest ecosystem renewal, worldwide.
The Alberta division has innovated new approaches to free-growing release brushing and spacing treatments, including both extensive worker training and organizational efficiencies delivered through a key team of experienced supervisors.
The Alberta division, using our patented branch de-coner, also collects and processes cones, providing site specific seed for a variety of clients.
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