Terrapex is pleased to welcome Chris Parent as Senior Biologist and Project Manager. Chris has more than 20 years of experience in the public and private sectors related to wildlife biology and species at risk. During his career, he has managed, undertaken or contributed to more than 100 projects, including subwatershed studies, Class Environmental Assessments and Environmental Impact Studies, with a specific emphasis on wildlife species at risk, particularly herpetofauna (reptiles and amphibians). He has a particular interest in the development and implementation of mitigation measures to reduce development impacts on wildlife.
Chris completed a B.Sc. in Zoology and a M.Sc. in Biology. He is a MNRF-certified Butternut Health Assessor and also serves as a part-time instructor in Niagara College’s Ecosystem Restoration Graduate Certificate Program.
As a Senior Biologist and Project Manager, Chris will be involved in the completion of life science inventories, and will manage all aspects of environmental impact assessment, including the design of technical study protocols, the collection and analysis of data, and reporting.
Please contact us with any inquiries on how we can assist and/or support you with your biological and ecological surveys and other environmental impact assessment needs.