Why is Environmental Project Management required?
A large and/or complex project is likely to require multiple environmental specialists and contractors to carry out demolition and civil earthworks and may need input for example from occupational hygienists, asbestos removalists, soil transport contractors and/or air testing and modelling.
As well as client stakeholders, these types of projects potentially have many other important interested parties whose needs must be managed, such as Traditional Owner groups, environmental auditors, regulators, approval authorities, neighbours, community groups and the general public.
Without disciplined and rigorous Project Management, complex environmental projects can be at risk of delays, incidents, cost blowouts, stakeholder opposition and / or a failed approval application.
How can Landserv help?
Landserv is especially accomplished at assembling and leading multidisciplinary environment, planning and remediation teams, made up of our own in-house experts, together with highly regarded technical specialists from smaller ‘boutique’ organisations, proven remediation contractors and other construction experts, depending on the needs of the project.
Apart from our own in-house contamination experts, Landserv selects specialists that are sought after for their technical expertise, such as archaeologists, sustainability, acoustics, air and others to cover all aspects of land, planning, environment, heritage & sustainability services for the multi-disciplinary projects that we project manage.
On most occasions our Project Management services will be delivered as a whole project. Sometimes however, a better solution is to have one or more environmental Project Managers seconded into our clients’ organisations, working on-site or at our clients’ office to manage longer term or larger scale projects. Recent examples of Landserv providing secondment arrangements have included landfill expansion, management and reporting projects and the management of a large portfolio of contaminated sites.
Removal of underground storage tank and remediation of surrounding contaminated soil at open primary school. An underground storage tank (UST) was discovered at an open primary school with suspected contamination of the surrounding soil. Landserv supervised the removal tank (UST) and associated remote fuel point. Validation soil samples were taken from the walls and floor [...]View Project