We provide a professional, informed, applied and collaborative approach to managing and executing your project.
Background image: ‘Narangga Nation’ by the indigenous artist, Cedric Varcoe.
The Environmental Projects’ team is highly experienced, and this experience, with our breadth of knowledge and commitment to our clients’ requirements, means we deliver clear and strategic outcomes on time, on budget, and directly aligned to your needs.
We focus on what gives us an edge in a competitive market and pride ourselves on being flexible and responsive.
We bring a unique level of experience and clear-thinking to the solutions we offer.
Fellow of Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (FEIANZ)
Maria has been involved in numerous projects for various industry sectors including mining, manufacturing, oil and gas, petroleum, earthworks and construction, urban development, large multidisciplinary projects and government policy and regulation. Maria has a good understanding of environmental legislation, policies and standards across several jurisdictions within Australia.
She is an advocate for progressive and ethical environmental practice, actively involved with EIANZ and provides input into industry and university advisory boards and committees.
Lisa is an excellent communicator with advanced skills in project management, client and government liaison, and the authoring of impact assessments and environmental management plans. Lisa has been involved in projects and seconded on-sites and within organisations for various industry sectors including mining, infrastructure (including roads, rail and ports), urban development, large multidisciplinary projects and in all tiers of government.
He has both theoretical and practical skills in basic GIS, economic analysis, strategic management, sustainable resource management theory and environmental impact assessment. During Richard’s time at Flinders University he achieved two Dean’s Letters of Commendation, two Chancellor’s Letters of Commendation, and the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) Award. At university, Richard was also accepted into the Adelaide Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board’s Coastal Ambassadors Program, one of only twenty individuals accepted each year. Richard was invited into the Golden Key Honour Society in 2013 and became a member of EIANZ in 2016.
She takes pride in her ability to produce high quality work. She strives to gain a thorough understanding of the projects she’s working on and the related processes which may be involved as part of the implementation of a project. Sophie is detail oriented, highly perceptive, and able to work well both independently and as part of a team. She’s passionate about sustainability and the environment, in addition to process safety, and aim for this passion to be reflected in all work that she does.
Post Graduate Diploma in Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems
Bachelor of Science (Aquatic Resources Technology)
Chathuri has contributed to several biodiversity and ecological surveys on land, coast and sea including measuring physical chemical biological parameters of soil and water on- and off-site, collecting sea water, freshwater and soil samples using different sampling techniques. She also has experience in laboratory settings using laboratory equipment.
Diploma of Project Management
Advanced Diploma in Program Management
Bachelor of Science (Ecology)
Postgraduate Diploma of Hydrogeology (partly completed)
Specialising in accounting processes and improvements, Thomas focuses on producing meaningful and accurate reports to guide and assist businesses to achieve their financial goals.