Land regeneration is not simply a matter of cleaning soil and water and making land ready for use – it involves a process of assessment, planning and management. In our crowded country it should be considered as a continuing process rather than task to be accomplished just once for a given site. It is furthermore obvious that the process of land regeneration is not just an attempt to return land to pre-industrial conditions it is much more a recognition that we must live with and on the inevitable consequences of our industrial civilization.

Good engineering and science demands that we use all of the analytical and physical techniques available to us to provide safe, stable and sustainable land for use. Restoration of land on its own is not the final aim – what is sought is the regeneration of communities. And for this reason it is imperative that the engineering and technical solutions to problems allow for all other aspects of community building to enable people to live, work and play securely.


Case Studies


  • Site investigation
  • Waste management
  • Environmental planning support services
  • Contract preparation
  • Waste minimisation
  • Process/effluent treatment design
  • Tender preparation
  • Waste disposal engineering
  • Waste licensing and exemption applications
  • Contract management
  • Sustainability consultancy
  • Industrial process construction supervision
  • Effluent compliance studies
  • Industrial process and effluent feasibility assessment