Landserv has extensive experience undertaking environmental assessments for due diligence purposes across Australia. Our clients range from Government departments to smaller private companies and petroleum companies.
Our consultants are well known and respected in the industry and we are active members of the Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association (ACLCA), the Australian Land and Groundwater Association (ALGA) and several other professional associations.
- Phase 1 environmental site assessments for pre-purchase or divestment due diligence;
- Review of current and historical site activities and identifies potential environmental liabilities, risks and areas for further investigation;
- Commercial / industrial land, contaminated land, sensitive land use, greenfield sites, oil industry retail sites, depots, refineries, chlorinated solvent contaminated sites, landfills, railways, ports, mining, inner-urban redevelopments, wetlands, waterways, parks, forests, surplus land and infrastructure sites.
Selected Project Experience
Due Diligence Contamination Assessment – Service Stations
Landserv was engaged by a petroleum client to undertake a targeted soil and groundwater investigation to assess the fuel contamination status of the soil and ground water at 12 service stations across Gippsland as part due diligence processes prior to acquisition of the sites.
Detailed remediation cost estimate reports were prepared for each site in order to provide the client with indicative costs they could expect to spend to bring the sites into compliance with groundwater and land State Environment Protection Policies.
Site Suitability Assessments – Melton West and Doreen
Landserv conducted Site Suitability Assessments in Doreen and Melton West to assess the overall suitability of the sites for the future sensitive land use as primary schools.
The investigations comprised a detailed site history assessment, appraisal of regional geology and hydrology, groundwater review, cultural heritage and ecological assessment.