We strive to provide superior service and believe the quality of our work is the key to our success.
DPM Envirosciences prides itself on providing a professional environmental consulting service at a competitive price.
We offer expertise in:
In addition, DPM Envirosciences has available an extensive network of alliance partners, service providers (e.g. NATA accredited laboratories) and subcontractors to provide our clients with a ‘best for project’ team.
DPM Envirosciences maintains the following permits and approvals to undertake our work in accordance with best practice:
DPM Envirosciences holds the following insurances to undertake professional environmental consulting services:
Our insurance cover can be amended on a project-by-project basis depending on your needs and inherent project risks.
To find out more about the environmental consulting services we offer, please get in touch.
DPM Envirosciences maintains a strong reputation for delivering our projects on time and to the highest quality standard.
This often requires collaboration with like-minded scientists, engineers, planners and project managers that complement and
strengthen our service offering. This allows DPM Envirosciences to assemble a ‘best for project’ team,
drawing upon the collective experience of talented individuals with a proven track record and
corresponding reputation for quality.
David has over 15 years of consulting experience in ecology, environmental impact assessment and management. He combines scientific knowledge with industry experience to devise practical impact mitigation and management measures to facilitate sustainable development. David has developed skills across a broad range of environmental sciences including aquatic and terrestrial ecology, soil and water management. He has applied these skills across many sectors including water, transport, agriculture, waste, Defence, coal seam gas, coal mining, hard rock mining, power generation and transmission.
He has proven expertise in:
In addition to his work history, David has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Ecology and Environmental Science. He is an Accredited Ecologist for the Australian River Assessment System (AusRivAS) in Queensland and New South Wales, a Senior Operator in electrofishing practice, a Certified Environmental Practitioner (CEnvP), and a Suitably Qualified Ecologist as recognised by the Commonwealth Department of the Environment and Energy.
Training, inductions and certifications:
In addition to our in-house skills, DPM Envirosciences has available an extensive network of subcontractors, service providers (e.g. NATA accredited laboratories) and alliance partners to service our clients with a ‘best for project’ team. Independent peer review of project deliverables is undertaken by recognised experts in their relevant fields to ensure the highest quality of project deliverables and ongoing integrity of our work.
Aquatica Environmental (Aquatica) is a Victorian based ecological and environmental consulting firm specialising in the study and management of marine, estuarine and freshwater aquatic ecosystems, biota and habitats. Aquatica was established in 2014 by Principal Ecologist, Aaron Jenkin, bringing over 19 years’ experience in aquatic sciences, aquaculture and project management and 12 years in NRM consulting. Aquatica provides services to waterway managers in the resources, offshore oil and gas, linear infrastructure, wastewater, government and defence sectors as well as maintaining a strong collaborative network of technical specialists to deliver positive project outcomes for large and multidisciplinary projects.
Gaia Environmental Consulting is a Queensland based environmental consultancy with a focus on terrestrial ecology and aims to promote a balance between development and the conservation of natural living systems. The principal consultant, Melody Stoneham, has a comprehensive knowledge of relevant planning and environmental legislation across Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria, and a wide range of experience in resource projects, transport infrastructure, residential development, pipelines, master planning and ecotourism. Melody has a broad base of skills and experience in vegetation assessment, fauna survey, bushfire hazard assessment and ecological management as well as a proven track record in environmental impact assessment and offset planning.
Bruce is an experienced ecologist with over 12 years of experience working on a range of projects in Queensland and Northern NSW. The last eight years have been focussed on technical support to the major gasfields projects in a number of capacities with a skill focus around the botanical sciences. Bruce has significant experience undertaking pre-clearance vegetation surveys and mapping REs. Having worked as a Vegetation Planning Officer with Greening Australia for a number of years, Bruce has a wide knowledge of vegetation management and rehabilitation techniques at a property scale. In addition, Bruce has extensive experience in environmental offsets, including landholder engagement, ground-truthing offset sites including BioCondition assessments, and preparing offset management plans and costings.
Deanna is an ecologist and spatial analyst with over ten years of professional experience. This includes ecological assessments across a variety of projects including rail, road, gas, mining and electricity transmission. She has skills in vegetation assessment, threatened species assessment, weed surveys and habitat assessment. More recently, Deanna’s focus has been in the geo-spatial field, having acquired skills and qualifications in the application of GIS, particularly within the ecological realm. She has skills in the interpretation of ecological spatial datasets, mobile mapping, spatial analysis, modelling, database management, form creation and cartography. Deanna regularly assists DPM Envirosciences will mobile mapping solutions and professional mapping outputs for our technical reports.
GreenLeaf Ecology is a Queensland based ecological consultancy with a focus on terrestrial fauna. Greenleaf Ecology is operated by Ben Nottidge, an ecologist with over 15 years research and field survey experience. Ben has comprehensive knowledge of the ecology, biology and identification of Queensland flora and fauna communities. He completed his First Class Honours thesis on the health and dispersal patterns of translocated and rehabilitated koalas using radio-telemetry. Ben has conducted numerous and varied ecological assessments and surveys across a broad spectrum of projects and environments including wildlife population management, wildlife radio telemetry, targeted threatened species surveys and management, habitat assessment and mapping. This experience has enabled Ben to become intimately familiar with the relevant regulatory frameworks, assessment processes and requirements.
AquaSci is a Tasmanian based environmental and ecological consultancy specialising in water and sediment quality, environmental monitoring, catchment management, macroinvertebrate taxonomy, and algal and cyanobacterial management. AquaSci was established in 2014 by Principal Consultant Dr Terry Walker, bringing over 25 years’ experience in water science and aquatic ecology. Terry has worked with a wide range of water managers, industry and community members during this time, on a diversity of projects. This includes projects relating to gas pipelines, mining, water authorities (wastewater and drinking water), aquaculture, government, Defence and power. Terry also worked as a senior science teacher and as a biologist in Antarctica.
Chris has over 14 years of professional experience as an aquatic ecologist working within both private enterprise and government. His passion and main field of knowledge is within the research and management of freshwater ecosystems. He has considerable experience in baseline aquatic surveys for major development projects, environmental impact assessments, and aquatic compliance monitoring programs using biological indicators. Chris is a Senior Operator in electrofishing practice and an AusRivAS accredited ecologist (Queensland). Chris regularly assists DPM Envirosciences with aquatic surveys and the taxonomic identification of collected aquatic macroinvertebrates (AusRivAS accredited taxonomist).