Author: Allison Hunt

ICIS Conference – October 22, 2015

Yesterday I got the pleasure of attending the Integrated Cadastral Information Society (ICIS) Conference in Vancouver. For those that don’t know ICIS is “a leader in the sharing of geospatial information; driving collaboration, integration, adoption and use of spatial data for the social and economic benefit of British Columbia”. It is always great to meet Read More …

3 things I wish I learned day 1

Having only completed an “Introduction to GIS” course there is a lot I didn’t learn in school but rather in the workforce. I can remember the days I learned these three things; and now years later I am still utilizing them. #1 The IN operator In the beginning I was taught that to select multiple Read More …

Eagle Mountain – Woodfibre Gas Pipeline Project

In 2014-2015, Inlailawatash completed an Archaeological Overview Assessment (AOA) and Archaeological Impact Assessment (AIA) for FortisBC’s Eagle Mountain – Woodfibre Gas Pipeline Project. These two phases of investigation provide a comprehensive understanding of archaeological sites in the development area. The overview assessment analyzes archaeological site potential, drawing on a number of complementary datasets including indigenous Read More …

South Shore Corridor

Working with Port Metro Vancouver’s Gateway Project, Inlailawatash completed a comprehensive Archaeological Overview Assessment (AOA) of the South Shore Corridor on Burrard Inlet in Vancouver. The objective of this project was to determine the likelihood of encountering unknown archaeological sites in the area and inform mitigation strategies early in project development. Our assessment included examining Read More …