Specialists in Environmental Management, Ecological Assessment,

Heritage Management, Geohydrological and Geo-Technical studies.

• Scoping and Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
• Basic Assessment
• Environmental Management Plans (EMPs)
• Public Participation Process
• Environmental Compliance Audits
• Waste Management
• Water Use License Applications
• Land rehabilitation (Oil Spillages)
• Application of Tree Removal License
• Surface Water Monitoring


  • Desktop and infi eld mapping and delineation
  • Management and buff er requirements
  • Assessment of Ecological Importance and Sensitivity (EIS), often referred to as a wetland functional assessment
  • Assessment of Present Ecological State (PES) often referred to as wetland health or integrity assessments
  • Rehabilitation planning
  • Mitigation and off set assessments
  • Monitoring and rehabilitation evaluation

Heritage Management

Environmental Management

Ecological and Wetland


  • Review and analysis of desktop information to establish significance of species and ecosystems, including conservation important species (Red Data, endemic, etc.) and sensitive ecosystems;
  • Desktop mapping and in-field verification of vegetation units and habitats supporting biodiversity features;
  • Design and conduct fi eld surveys according to the prevailing habitat template to adequately define the biodiversity baseline in terms of fauna and flora, including species inventories of key taxonomic groups and/or quantifiable assessments.
  • Assessment of ecosystem services in terms of supply of, and demand for, ecosystem services;
  • Identification of biodiversity ‘hotspots’ and sensitive areas, including mapping of critical biodiversity areas (CBAs) and ecological support areas (ESAs);
  • Employing GIS to analyse and integrate biodiversity information in a spatially explicit manner as well as to create decision support tools for biodiversity conservation;
  • Implementation of relevant standards and policies, such as the International Finance Corporation (IFC) Performance Standard (PS) 6, to ensure compliance through management of relevant biodiversity aspects;
  • Identification and assessment of impacts with management interventions provided to avoid and/ or limit impacts to biodiversity and ecosystems;
  • Sensitivity mapping and defi ning appropriate buffers; and
  • Ensuring ‘no net loss, ‘net positive gain’, implementation of off sets for managing biodiversity

Geo-hydrological Investigation

Geo-Technical Investigation

• Geophysical exploration
• Mine Dewatering
• Mine water planning and management
• Hydrogeological risk assessments
• Community Water supply and sanitation
• Rural Water Supply investigations
• Site Assessments/Audits etc.

Archaeological and Heritage Impact Assessments in accordance with the National Heritage Resources Act of 1999 and the National Environmental Management Act Social Facilitation

• Heritage induction and Monitoring
• Cultural Heritage Management Plans (CMPs)
• Heritage development Application
• Heritage Environmental Impact Statement
• Statements of Environmental Eff ects
• Heritage Impacts Statements
• Site destruction and grave relocation permits
• Grave relocation
• Paleontological Impact Assessments

We conduct geotechnical investigation in relation to Environmental Impacts Assessment. The assessments form part of specialist study process that attempt to quantify the depth, quality and physical properties of rock formation. In geological investigation we investigate and asses the quality of rock material available on site and able to reach a consensus on whether such material can be used as construction material or not.

• Mineral Rights
• Exploration
• Drilling
• Evaluation
Geotechnical Studies
Geo-hydrological Studies