Learn how Hatch is honoring 65 years of innovation.

 

The world has changed drastically over the last sixty-five years since Hatch first began. The challenges facing us are more complex than ever before and the way in which companies respond to these challenges has changed. In turn, the expectations of firms like Hatch have transformed.

Responding to the energy transition

Championing a low carbon future

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Urban Solutions

Smarter cities aren't a social ideal, they're an economic imperative

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Innovation in mining

Approaches for a new era of mining

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Viewpoints

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Heavy-tailed risk events and how to deal with them

Pouya Zangeneh
Studying the tails of distributions is essential for risk management. Whether in probabilistic risk assessment or even in qualitative hazard studies, risk management aims to understand tail events. Risk measures such as value at risk or expected shortfall are essentially measures of the distributions’ tails. So, if you’re concerned about your project cost overrun risks, for example, you’re worried about the tail of the cost distribution.
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Community first, engineering next: How we delivered an infrastructure project with full community support at former Camp Ipperwash

Kathleen Cieslak
When it comes to affecting positive change with community engagement, there are countless factors in calling it a success. Terms like “listening”, “communication”, and “inclusion” are typically top of mind. But while there’s a rigid emphasis placed on efficient project management, there are elements that are sometimes overlooked which contribute largely to a project’s outcome–trust and respect. Here’s a personal look at a recent engagement with the Stony Point First Nation community on their housing development project at former Camp Ipperwash.
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What our clients say

“Over the life of the project, Hatch and Hatch Indisa personnel were not only very responsive but also helpful and reasonable in their approach to the many changes that occurred. I personally attribute this to the multicultural team, and to the leadership that was associated to the project. Cooperation and seeking the best outcome has always been the goal and was, in fact, the rule for this project.”

Michael X. Schlumpberger | Executive General Manager Operations, Highfield Resources Limited

“Hatch was able to successfully adapt to whatever was required of the team and was able to deliver a very successful project amid some challenging conditions.”

Mr. Iggy Tan | Chief Executive Officer, Galaxy Resources (Jiangsu) Co. Ltd.

“Special recognition goes to all involved for making this transition virtually seamless...I know there were many long hours and critical moments. Your perseverance has paid off.”

Doug Morgan | Director, Calgary Transit (2018)

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