Welcome to Katzie
Development Limited Partnership!

Katzie Development Limited Partnership is a Katzie First Nation owned and operated economic development firm established by the Nation in 2006.

Find out more about who we are.

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Located in Pitt Meadows, British Columbia, Katzie Development Limited Partnership provides cost-effective and comprehensive solutions to meet your archaeological, cultural heritage and environmental needs.


Our team of highly motivated professionals prides itself on our proven ability to work within budgetary limitations without compromising quality or integrity. We have a proven track record of meeting and often exceeding client expectations for projects both large and small. In addition to our general environmental services, the archaeological team at KDLP offers specialty services in the realms of lithic analysis, soils analysis, palaeoethnobotany, ￿wet-site￿ excavations, and perishable artifact analysis and conservation.

Archaeological Services

  • Archaeological Overview Assessments
  • Archaeological Impact Assessments
  • Preliminary Field Reconnaissance
  • Archaeological Survey & Inventories
  • Construction Monitoring in Archaeologically or Culturally Sensitive Areas
  • Mitigation (Small to Large Scale Excavation)
  • Culturally Modified Tree Inventory and Analysis
  • Archaeological, Cultural, Historical & Ethnographic Research
  • Traditional Land Use Studies
  • Heritage Outreach Planning Programming
  • Project Management
  • Public Education
  • Training Services

Specialty Services

  • Conservation
  • Palaeoethnobotany
  • Wet-site Excavation

Environmental Services

  • Environmental Monitoring
  • Construction Monitoring
  • Habitat Restoration
  • Replanting of indigenous plant species
  • Aquatic and terrestrial species relocation
  • Construction of wildlife and fish habitats
  • Development of sustainability plans

We are the only First Nations owned and operated archaeological consulting company to
offer conservation services in Canada.Click to read more.