Our clients include local councils throughout Australia and State and Federal government departments responsible for environment, energy, water, education, transport , infrastructure, defence and finance.
Senversa can assist with services to address contamination, waste, geotechnical engineering, groundwater studies, environmental auditing, risk assessment and combined geosciences.
The State Netball and Hockey Centre in Parkville was built in 2001 as one of Australia’s premier sporting venues. Senversa completed a geotechnical and environmental site assessment to provide clarity around environmental impacts that may have affected the proposed development and any design constraints. The initial investigation supported Development Victoria’s business case, with subsequent investigations supplementing the requirements of the architect and construction company.
This complex of evaporation ponds in rural Victoria was used by a mining company for dewatering of a nearby gold mine. Senversa provided advice to a State government department on potential site use and remediation options for arsenic impacted sediments at the site.
Senversa is providing environmental risk assessment services to Water Corporation at multiple wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) in Western Australia, to address regulatory obligations under both the Environmental Protection Act 1986 and Contaminated Sites Act 2003. Projects have involved baseline investigations and environmental site assessments for sites within the Kimberley, Pilbara, Mid-West, Great Southern and Perth Metropolitan Regions.
Senversa has been providing Contaminated Site assessment services to DevelopmentWA on behalf of DFES associated with investigating potential PFAS impacts at several metropolitan fires stations, including Perth’s major fire fighting training facility at Forrestfield. Projects have involved Preliminary and Detailed Site Investigations, installation and sampling from extensive networks of groundwater wells both on and off site, risk assessment associated with identified PFAS impacts stakeholder engagement and community consultation and liasion with appointed auditors.
Senversa was engaged to undertake a contamination and land suitability assessment for a former landfill in Western Sydney. Post closure, the landfill was redeveloped for open space recreational purposes. The site borders residential properties, two creeks and associated wetlands. The scope included assessment of soil contamination, leachate generation and seepage composition, groundwater contamination, landfill gas generation and composition, and landfill capping geotechnical integrity and suitability.
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