Due diligence reports and assessments for proposed construction or development to identify if there is any Aboriginal Heritage within the intended project area.
Archaeological Monitoring Archaeological monitoring is recommended for those areas where the impact of the excavation and development works is not considered to mean the destruction of significant archaeological fabric but there is potential for archaeological material or relics to be present. Archaeological monitoring requires s60 or s140 approval from the NSW Heritage Council.
Understanding your environmental management requirements and ensuring good practices is critical to managing the environmental impact of a development and a requirement of Federal and State planning and environmental laws.
We partner with our clients to provide a fit-for-purpose, solution based service to monitor, systemise and improve environmental practice. Our team has over ten years of construction based experience working as field based members of construction project teams as well as an additional ten years as consultants.
When planning to construct a project, under Part 5 of the EP&A Act you are required to determine if your proposed development is likely to significantly affect threatened species or ecological communities in accordance with the Biodiversity Conservation Act 2016. This assessment can only be completed by a qualified ecologist. Our team of qualified ecologists will prepare your BAR efficiently, taking all project requirements into consideration.