Marine Solutions has the in-house expertise to design and implement quality baseline surveys and Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) for a wide variety of projects. Our team’s extensive knowledge of marine ecology and coastal engineering enables us to evaluate anthropogenic impacts on the surrounding environment using a variety of techniques, including characterisation of habitat, biological communities and sediments, and quantification of water quality parameters through space and time. We have a thorough understanding of legislative requirements surrounding coastal construction works in Tasmania and further afield. In the past, we have conducted baseline surveys and EIAs for marina redevelopments, jetty constructions, effluent outfalls, underwater pipeline constructions and aquaculture leases.
Selected Past Projects:
- EIA, shipping operations of Stanley port, Stanley (TasPorts; 2016)
- EIA, public boardwalk proposed development, Battery Point, Hobart (SKM/Hobart City Council; 2013)
- EIA, marine effluent outfall, Ulverstone (CEE; 2009-12)
- Sediment and biological monitoring plan, George Town sewage outfall (GHD/TasWater; 2013).
- EIA, marine effluent outfall, Blackmans Bay (CEE; 2009-14)
- Baseline survey/ecological assessment, Domgas pipeline route (DOF Subsea; 2010-11)
- Baseline survey, PNG LNG pipeline route (Marengo Mining/COFFEY; 2009-10)
- Baseline marine surveys, sewage treatment plant, Medang, PNG (Marengo Mining/COFFEY; 2009-10)
- Environmental impact assessment of effluent and wastewater disposal, Coffs Harbour, NSW (Coffs Harbour City Council; 2007)