Multi-disciplinary Environmental Projects
Many of our clients’ projects require us to cover off on a range of environmental issues such as land contamination assessment and clean up, property due diligence, environmental management systems and planning, ecological studies and environmental compliance auditing.
For example, in new outer-urban suburbs, regional cities and towns, our due diligence investigations for new residential developments or schools need to cover a broad range of issues. Apart from ensuring that the land is free of contamination, our work often includes investigating and managing constraints such as flora and fauna, cultural heritage and geotechnical stability.
Landserv’s multi-disciplinary environment teams include senior technical staff, providing high quality, timely responses which exceed client expectations. Our experienced professional environmental scientists and engineers specialise in Land and Groundwater business (contaminated land) and Environment Services. Our clients include state and local government organisations, private developers and manufacturers, construction contractors and water authorities.
Our team has a wealth of technical field skills and experience working on both large and small scale environmental site assessment projects, including statutory environmental audits and remediation. We are experienced at undertaking environmental assessments for due diligence purposes and we provide these environmental assessment and management services for commercial / industrial land, contaminated land, greenfields 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.
Our work is often performed within the various regulations applying to multi-disciplinary projects such as the Victorian Planning & Environment Act, Environment Effects Act, Environment Protection Act, the Commonwealth EPBC Act and other legislation relevant to issues such as flora & fauna, cultural heritage, greenhouse gas emissions, coastal management, national parks, ports and marine environments.
Several of Landserv’s professionals have 10 to 20+ years’ experience in delivering multi-disciplinary environmental projects. Principals Nick Mara and Damien Chappell are Certified Environmental Practitioners with the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ). Landserv has active membership of the Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association (ACLCA), the Australasian Land and Groundwater Association (ALGA) and the Victorian Planning and Environmental Law Association (VPELA).