The Great Ecology Ecosystem
While providing our clients with premier ecological consulting services, Great Ecology has taken the opportunity to expand our expertise to three additional companies. Eco Endowment Solutions, Tellurium Partners, and Gold Coast Conservancy fit strategically into the Great Ecology Ecosystem helping make us a leader in ecological and environmental consulting.
Great Ecology maintains a number of strategic partnerships across the environmental industry. For nearly 20 years we have led and supported hundreds of project teams in the US and internationally, developing long lasting relationships and producing award winning work. Our experience leading and working alongside diverse industry leaders ensures our clients have the right project team from the start.
Great Ecology & Ensero Solutions
Ensero Solutions, formerly Alexco Environmental Group (AEG) and Contango Strategies, is an innovative environmental consulting company with offices in Colorado and Canada. The strategic partnership between Great Ecology and Ensero provides our clients with industry leading, strategic, and innovative passive water treatment solutions related to the mining and industrial sectors across North America. To date, our joint work includes mine projects in Cañon City, CO and Jefferson County, CO, with future projects planned in California and Canada.
Great Ecology & Project Navigator
Project Navigator, LTD., is an environmental project management and consulting firm that excels at controlling the strategic direction of demanding environmental projects.
Great Ecology & EcoShore International
Great Ecology maintains a relationship with EcoShore International, the exclusive US distributor of Pressure Equalizing Module (PEM) systems. We are currently partnering on one beach erosion project near East Hampton, NY with additional projects anticipated.
Great Ecology & Creekbank Associates
Great Ecology is partnered with Creekbank Associates to offer a dedicated team of independent affiliates to meet integrated business and environmental needs.