Bird Control Advisory - Project Consultant
Bird Control Consultant for Architects, Engineers, Facilities Managers, Design-Builders, & Installers


Inspection and Report Generation

Design Analysis Review

Specification Writing

Drawings Production

Environmental Assessment

Systems Development

Quality Assurance

Getting good answers about bird deterrent systems is a challenge. 
Bird Control Advisory is the go-to resource for real insight.

Bird Control Advisory Consulting Engagements for Architects, Engineers, & Design/Builders Include: 

Inspection and Report Generation

Identifying and understanding the problem at hand. 

Design Analysis Review

Looking at what is planned to ward off problems in advance or plan for integrative systems should they be deemed necessary.

Environmental Assessment

Learn how your problem relates to the world around. We determine the likelihood of a problem relative to the expense of prevention. 

Bird Strike Mitigation Planning

Applying the principals of the American Bird Conservancy, the Audubon Society of New York and the City of Toronto Green Building Standard to reduce the risk to migratory birds caused by your project. 

System Development & Integration

Knowing what you need, understanding what you want, and determining what is available for proper bird mitigation are keys to project success.

Construction Documents Production

Crafting the instructions which get you the job you need done the way you want it.  Providing better clarity, getting better results. This consistently overlooked measure in the planning for bird deterrence leads to higher costs, change orders, and confusion in the bidding process.

Quality Assurance

Independent commissioning, field inspections and document review through construction administration holds contractors to higher standards and increases the likelihood of a system's success. 



Info Sheets:

Solving A Problem Others Ignore

Firm Capabilities Statement

Worth Reading:


Emerging Environmental Liability
Stadium Managers Association

For The Birds: Considerations for Effective Specification of Bird Deterrence
Construction Specifier Magazine

Blog Posts: