Managing Director, Water & Environment/Senior Principal Engineer
Brisbane, Australia+61 (0) 7 3831 6744 firstname.lastname@example.org
Based on project data, our environmental management plans (EMPs) go beyond statutory reporting requirements to help you fully understand and manage the environmental factors associated with your project.
We take a balanced approach that adds real value to your projects, from engineering design, economic development, and resource optimisation to protecting ecosystems, training, legislation, and policy development.
We have the knowledge and experience to support your projects and can advise you on:
We identify and mitigate potential environmental risks or meet the needs of regulators and licencing authorities by keeping abreast of environmental protection legislation and compliance obligations through regular:
We have an international reputation for preparing high-quality EIAs and associated technical studies. Preparation of such documents requires a comprehensive knowledge of all relevant national, state, and local authority regulations, standards and practices, and the reporting requirements to satisfy the various approval processes.
The key to an effective EIA is understanding relevant pathways and identifying environmental thresholds beyond which it is impossible to recover the impacts. We develop ecological mitigation and monitoring measures to reduce environmental risk whilst effectively maintaining the project's integrity.
We are experienced in carrying out environmental investigations for the private, government and industry sectors; we draw on this heritage to satisfy the demands of diverse regulatory environments and different sectors.
We can address all aspects of the EIA process and prepare environmental management plans. Equally, we develop project concepts and designs that will meet environmental standards whilst maintaining the project's integrity.
The need for your policies and procedures to be up to date and actively ensure compliance becomes more necessary and more challenging as the demands of new regulations become more onerous.
We can help your organisation develop policies and procedures that reflect and define best practice environmental management and support your business objectives.
Getting the necessary approvals for your project can be a complex and demanding task. We can interpret the broad range of environmental laws and policies that can apply to a project. We can help you manage the whole process, from identifying and measuring impacts to liaising with regulatory agencies and preparing environmental management and mitigation plans. We apply our experience operating in differing regulatory environments and industries to your advantage.
We help you navigate environmental assessment, approvals and compliance processes for large and small-scale developments and infrastructure projects across the entire life cycle. We work as trusted advisors to gain ecological approvals that are timely and practical to implement. We offer innovative solutions to reducing project risk and optimising healthy community and environmental outcomes.
We have credibility in presenting a credible argument and answering cross-questioning to assist environment courts with assessments of development proposals.
Our reports and studies are of the highest quality to help you obtain approvals, demonstrate compliance with environmental and planning requirements, and minimise information requests. The documentation that we can prepare and review concerning coastal works and development projects include:
Effective communication and consultation with stakeholders and the community remain the benchmark of an effective EIA process. We strive to effectively communicate the often-complex technical analysis and present the information to regulatory agencies and stakeholders. We can ensure that our output is technically robust and effectively communicated using the latest graphical and GIS software.
We have a unique understanding of technical issues, planning and policy frameworks. Our work for and reputation with different regulators worldwide means that we understand drivers and can present information that matches priorities and ways of working.
With experience across a wide range of geographies, species and groups, we provide expert aquaculture environmental solutions that are always highly innovative, practical and relevant.
We offer specialist consulting services emphasising quantitative field surveys and modelling and have a long history of providing innovative solutions to industry, government authorities and environmental managers.
As emerging leaders in the field of climate change resilience and adaptation, we work across a broad range of sectors, including state and local government agencies, critical infrastructure, finance, health, defence, and security.
Flood studies are an essential first step towards understanding and managing flood risk. They illustrate flood behaviour and risk, quantify the impact of changes to hydrologic regimes and riverine channels/floodplains, and inform planning and environmental studies.
We apply our P3M, P3O, and P3C expertise to help you select and manage the entire process of delivering transformational change.
We study the risks associated with marine facilities and use our findings to advise on the best ways to mitigate for any potential consequences.
We offer an integrated approach that enables total solutions design for urban, peri-urban and catchment systems. We have a detailed understanding of water quality and behaviour in a whole catchment context.