AAE Tech Services Inc.

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AAE is a COR Certified Company!

AAE Tech Services is very pleased to announce that we are now a COR Certified company and a member of the Manitoba Heavy Construction Association! As a COR (Certificate of Recognition) Certified company we adhere to the highest standards of occupational health and safety, which provides us with an effective health and safety system to reduce incidents, accidents and injuries and their associated human and financial costs. 


New Surveying Equipment Upgrade!

Our new surveying equipment is a complete Trimble GNSS system including R8 base and rover, TSC3 handheld and TDL 450H long range radio giving us range, capability and accuracy for a wide variety of surveying applications. Visit AAE’s surveying page for more info and a peak at projects and clients that have already used this professional-grade equipment.


New Office Location!

Stop in and visit us at our new Headingley office! Located at 21 Blumberg Trail, AAE Tech Services Headquarters provides a base for all our operations, from client communications, to data analysis and field preperations.


Mark Lowdon:  speaking at the 39th annual MCDA Conference!

The Manitoba Conservation Districts Association held its 39th annual conference, December 1-3, 2014. This year’s topic: Water Management in Action – The rural-urban connection. Mark will be giving an update on the Assiniboine River Basin Initiative as well as touching on watershed planning and management with a focus on aquatic biology (Tuesday, December 2nd, 2PM).


AAE Tech Services welcomes Hedy Kling to our team of environmental specialist.  Hedy is an Algal toxicologist and ecologist.  She has over 40 years of experience working around our planet identifying all types of algal species.  For more information about Hedy's experience please visit our Team Page.

 

Upcoming Events

We will be attending and having a booth at the Manitoba Conservation District Associations (MCDA) annual conference between December 3rd and 4th in Brandon, MB.  If you are in attendance please stop by for a vist.  Also, look for our advertisement in the MCDA's Current magazine 2012.

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In The Media

 

 

 

In 2007, Mark Lowdon discovered Rusty Crayfish (Orconectes rusticus) in Manitoba Waters.  This was the first discovery of this invasive species in the Province.  Below is the an article posted in the Winnipeg Free Press in 2008. Please Click on Article to enlarge.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

In 2008, AAE Tech Services was  involved in a study to assess the effectiveness of newly constructed fishway on the Brokenhead River east of Beausejour, MB at Kenbro Park Dam.  Results were very positive indicating the new fishway provided passage for numerous fish species including Northern Pike, Walleye, and various sucker species.