June 30th, 2021
Cold Lake First Nations (CLFN) and Advisian, Worley’s global consulting business, are proud to announce a new partnership. We’ve named the new partnership Nu Nenne Advisian Environmental (NAE).
Creating better outcomes
We created this partnership to deliver world-class environmental consulting services. We’ll focus on delivery within the extensive homeland of CLFN, located in northeastern Alberta and northwestern Saskatchewan. CLFN brings a wealth of local knowledge as the original caretakers of this region.
Collaboration for better outcomes is our vision for NAE. Better outcomes for our clients. Better outcomes for the CLFN community. And better outcomes for the land including all of its diverse inhabitants.
Focus areas of the partnership include environment, water, geoscience, decommissioning, and restoration. Additional service offerings include power, renewable energy, transportation, technology, and beyond.
“This new partnership with Advisian has our full support as a Nation. We look forward to working with industry to support our shared goals of environmental sustainability and livelihoods for our people.”
Chief Roger Marten, CLFN
“We are delighted to enhance our service offerings by combining the extensive traditional knowledge of Cold Lake First Nations with Advisian’s industry-leading capabilities. Only by working together can we find solutions to the challenges we face today. Together, we are leading the way to a prosperous, more sustainable future for people and planet. I look forward to a lasting partnership built on respect, shared values, and a desire to deliver amazing outcomes for our clients.”
Adrian Smith, President, Advisian