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Archaeology, Cultural & Natural Heritage

blstDST presents a unique blend of capabilities with widespread experience in effectively identifying the heritage needs in regards to government, mining, developers, and community groups. Natural heritage refers to features and areas such as: wetlands; coastal wetlands; fish habitat; woodlands; valley lands; habitat of endangered and threatened species; wildlife habitat; and areas of natural and scientific interest. DST uses sound scientific theories and methods to identify natural heritage systems. Reliable data analyzed by our experts and a thorough understanding of the planning area and ecological concepts contribute to a sound methodology for natural heritage system development. Archaeological assessment and investigations of cultural and heritage resources including traditional ecological knowledge are required for an Environmental Assessment. DST collaborates with archaeological and heritage resource specialists to ensure the completion of these studies in a timely manner and in accordance with provincial and federal regulations.

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Adapting to Working Remotely to Keep Project Work Going.   Impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic are far reaching with very few left unaffected. Our business, our people, and our clients…


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International Society of Explosives Engineers R...

DST Consulting Engineers Inc. is proud to announce our commitment to the International Society of Explosives Engineers – Eastern Canada Chapter. As a founding sponsor, we are investing in this…


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OACETT Award Winner 2019

Andrew Couturier, second row far left, pictured with the other award winners. Congratulations to Andrew Couturier for receiving the 2019 Outstanding Community Service Award from the…


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Young Professionals in St. John’s

Every three years, in conjunction with the annual Canadian Geotechnical Society annual conference, the Canadian Young Geotechnical and Geoscientists Conference occurs. This event brings together young professionals from across Canada…


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Bump! Spike! Set!

Another year, another great time at the  HOPE Beach Volleyball tournament held annually at Mooney’s Bay in Ottawa, Ontario.   The DST VolleyBrawlers had a fantastic time serving up fun…


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Our qualified blasting engineers design more than just rock-cuts and mines. They take down structures! Reinforced concrete buildings, smokestacks, steel tanks…

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