Senversa recognised as an Inclusive Employer


Senversa are proud to be named as an Inclusive Employer 2021-2022!

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Senversa’s Digital Services team


This past year has seen Senversa delve deep into the digital space by establishing our Digital Services team that offer end-to-end data and technology services to our clients.

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Welcome to Alice Skipper


Senversa welcomes Alice Skipper as a Principal Environmental Consultant in our Adelaide office. 

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Senversa nominated at 2021 ALGA Annual Industry Excellence Awards


Senversa is excited to be nominated, along with our project partners Jemena, Ventia Pty Ltd and Ramboll, as a finalist for the ALGA Annual Industry Excellence Awards in 2021

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Our EM&A team is growing


Our national Environmental Management & Approvals team recently took the opportunity to get together and collaborate on our team strategy and plans for the next 3 years. 

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The Sydney office has moved


Senversa’s Sydney team has recently moved into their new digs at Level 24, 1 Market St, Sydney.

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Senversa’s Suanna Harvey at the EIANZ Annual Conference


Senversa’s Suanna Harvey will be joining a panel discussion at the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ) Annual Conference

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Steptember – Senversa on the move!


September became STEPtember this year at Senversa, as 86 team members across the nation laced up their shoes, dusted off their bikes, and fired up their competitive spirit to get moving during lockdown.

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Welcome Andrew Barker


We are pleased to have Andrew Barker join Senversa as our Data Intelligence leader. He brings a wealth of environmental science, geospatial and data analytics experience to our growing Digital Services team.

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Senversa celebrated as Best for the World


Senversa has been celebrated as World Honoree in the BCorp Workers category in 2021, the only Australian company of >50 employees to achieve this recognition.

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The new Victorian Ministerial Direction No.1 on Potentially Contaminated Land


The new Victorian Ministerial Direction No.1 on Potentially Contaminated Land (under the Planning and Environment Act 1987) has been gazetted earlier today, allowing preliminary risk screening assessment (PRSA) statements during consideration of planning amendments. If you need to know more about PRSA’s, get in touch with one of our Victorian Environmental Auditors: Tony Hill, Michael Rehfisch, Kristi Hanson, Doug… Read more »

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Katie Richardson & Judith Barnes present at ACTRA meeting


We are very excited to have two of Senversa’s risk assessors presenting virtually at the 13th Annual ACTRA continuing education day and annual scientific meeting.

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