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Manage Radon on Your Property

Radon can affect residential and commercial buildings. Increasingly, the focus on indoor health and wellbeing has put a spotlight on radon, and the health risks elevated radon levels can come
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Team Highlight: David Wyeth, Co-op Student

Meet David Wyeth, a University of Guelph student, completing his summer co-op position with us at Premier. In September, he will be entering his 4th year of study in environmental sciences, majoring
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WELL Programs & Ratings: What’s the Difference?

In the CRE industry, WELL programs are gaining traction. In 2022, there was a fourfold increase over 18 months with the enrollment of spaces under WELL programs. As landlords seek
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Embrace the Spirit of Local Travel: Unveiling Ontario’s Sustainable Gems

As summer approaches, the allure of travel beckons us. This year, you might be embracing the spirit of local exploration and discover the hidden treasures right here in Ontario. By
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Asbestos Management: Keeping Your Occupants Safe

The use of asbestos for commercial and industrial applications became commonplace in the late 1800’s. By the mid 1980’s, the use of friable asbestos containing materials (ACMs) was largely phased
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Field Work Adventures in the Arctic

It is not unusual for Premier to work in remote northern areas of Canada. Nevertheless, you never know when an adventure awaits. Getting to a project located in Northern Ontario
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Think Outside the Box with these Sustainable Gift Giving Tips

The holidays are a time to celebrate and reflect on the joy in our lives. Often, that turns to giving gifts and stressing over what gifts to give. To counter
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Testing Passive and Active Vapour Sampling in the Field

Passive soil vapour samplers can be a cost-saving alternative to active vapour sampling – producing much of the same results. On a recent site visit, our environmental scientists had an
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The Future of Corporate Design: How to entice employees back to the office?

Office design should be at the forefront of a company’s strategy when it comes to planning a return to work approach. The initial sudden shift, followed by 2 years of
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Church Crawl: Completing a DSS in a Confined Space

We’re looking back on some memorable stories from the past 20 years. Today, our Project Manager, Gerren, is recounting a time where the team had to complete an unexpected confined
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