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Coping with COVID: B.C. consulting firm revamps online presence

Don Horne   


Hedgehog Technologies Inc., an electrical engineering and risk management consulting firm, has released its new, fully redesigned website,

“Hedgehog evolved significantly over the past two decades so I wanted to make sure that we echoed our values and purpose to our customers through an updated website and brand. I believe we’ve achieved that,” says Dr. Michael Wrinch, president of Hedgehog Technologies Inc., “We’re all very excited to share this news after many months of preparation.”

The website launch is happening in tandem with a brand refresh to position the company for future growth.

Hedgehog Technologies provides electrical engineering, safety risk assessments, and project management solutions for key markets across the globe, with expertise in working with Indigenous communities to support their transition towards renewable energy solutions.


Based in Burnaby, B.C., Hedgehog employs functional safety engineers to manage high-risk projects in hazardous environments, delivering projects in sectors that include amusement rides, renewable energy and industrial manufacturing.

The website, designed by A&G Creative Group, provides an optimized user experience across mobile, tablet and PC. Some of the major features include an Insights blog to highlight the company culture, revitalized project case studies, and an all-new Leadership Team section. The site also improves on the overall layout for seamless navigation and simplified messaging.

Hedgehog Technologies is also announcing a brand refresh to coincide with the launch of their website, with an updated logo that showcases circular power in motion.

“Our culture of innovation, diversity and collaboration has been on overdrive to prepare us for a changing world and supporting our customers and partners along the way. We wanted to ensure our brand reflected our team of bold innovators, while allowing us to better communicate our services to the market,” says Dr. Wrinch.


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