Integrated Sustainability provides collaborative engineering and science solutions in the areas of water, waste and renewable energies. Our specialization, coupled with courageous culture, is disrupting conventional thinking, re-defining industry norms, improving outcomes and results. Our typical involvement is in the front-end planning / design / tender / construction of various infrastructure projects related to water, waste, renewable energy. However, we are not your typical Consulting Firm, and are available to also finance and operate projects.

Our Primary Services

  • Engineering Services
  • Front-end planning & design services
  • Tender & construction management
  • Financing
  • Operations

Industries We Serve

  • Energy/Power
  • Food & Beverage
  • Hotel & Tourism
  • Industry/Manufacturing
  • Mining
  • Municipal
  • Oil & Gas
  • General Constrution

Project References

Project: Development and Design of National Adaptation Plans for Belize and the Co-Operative Republic of Guyana
Client: United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)
Funding Source: Japan-Caribbean Climate Change Partnership (J-CCCP)
Location: Belize and the Co-Operative Republic of Guyana
Project Scope: Belize – design and development of a National Adaptation Plan (NAP) Roadmap and an integrated National Adaptation Plan for the agriculture and water sectors.
Co-Operative Republic of Guyana – Review and update the Climate Resilience Strategy Action Plan (CRSAP) to address gaps and to ensure alignment with the existing United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC) endorsed frameworks for NAP’s.
Project Overview: A102 NAP for Belize Guyana1

Project: Site Study and Conceptual Design Documentation and Preparation
Client: The University of the West Indies Open Campus
Funding Source: Global Affairs Canada (GAC)
Location: Belize, St. Kitts, Dominica & Trinidad

 

 

Project Scope: Completed the conceptual design, including all the front-end data gathering to expand four (4) UWI Open Campus sites located in Belize, St. Kitts, Dominica and Trinidad. The front-end data collection included collecting existing drawings and reports and also performing our own data collection in the form of geotechnical investigations, cadastral & topographic site surveys, performing an Environmental & Social Impact Assessment as well as a needs analyses for four (4) regionally dispersed UWI Open Campus Sites. Once the data was collected, our team (that consisted of Canadian and Caribbean Engineers and Architects) developed and completed the conceptual designs for each site and submitted the design packages to each local Planning Department for approval. Recommendations involved demolition of existing buildings, new construction and expansions. Green sustainable solutions were integrated into each project to include rain capture, water re-use and solar power.

Project: Process Water Re-use Project 
Client: Confidential
Location: Western Canada
Project Scope: Integrated Sustainability has partnered with a finance partner to provide design/build/finance services for a large multi-million dollar project in northern Alberta. The scope of services includes collecting process discharge water from a confidential client and pumping this process water 1 00 km’s, using 4 large pumping stations, to a location where various industrial (Oil & Gas) clients can use this water for deep well injection to extract oil & gas.This project is seen as a win/win scenario where the process discharge water was previously seen (from our onfidential client’s point of view) as a cost for the company considering it was their responsibility to treat this process water before being allowed to discharge the treated wastewater into the environment. By collecting their untreated process water and pumping it to a location (700 km’s away) to be reused in the industrial (Oil & Gas) process, it saved the confidential client immense annual costs while providing the Oil & Gas sector much needed water to be used in their process.

Available for Disaster Response

 

 

 

Planning, design, construction during re-build efforts. Fund raising, purchasing, transportation of supplies.l

planning, design, finance, operate, water, waste, sewage, solid waste, treatment, renewable energy

Address

Our Address:

Franklins House, Bennett's Road, Sandy Lane St. James, Barbados

Contact:

Nick St-Georges, VP International

Telephone:
Contact Owner

Locations we serve

All Caribbean

Anguilla

Antigua & Barbuda

Aruba

Bahamas

Barbados

Belize

Bermuda

Bonaire

British Virgin Islands

Cayman Islands

Cuba

Curacao

Dominica

Grenada

Guyana

Haiti

Jamaica

Martinique

Montserrat

Puerto Rico

Saba

Saint Barthelemy

Saint Lucia

Sint Eustatius

Sint Martin

St. Kitts & Nevis

St. Marteen

St. Vincent & Grenadines

Suriname

Trinidad & Tobago

US Virgin Islands