A comprehensive and holistic approach

A comprehen-sive and holistic approach

We are a New Zealand owned environmental consultancy with a focus on providing high-quality, cost-effective environmental solutions to clients in the public and private sectors. Our team of experienced professionals has a deep understanding of environmental issues and regulations, and we use this expertise to provide customised solutions that meet the unique needs of our clients. Our staff are based in Auckland and Christchurch, and work nationwide.


More than just another environmental consultancy

More than just another environmental consultancy

New Zealand focus

As a New Zealand-owned company, we have a deep understanding of the local environment and regulations.


Our small size allows us to be flexible and responsive to our clients’ needs.

Experienced team

Our team has a wealth of experience in environmental consulting and a passion for finding creative solutions to environmental challenges.

Cost-effective solutions

We are committed to providing high-quality solutions at competitive prices, without compromising on quality or safety.

Client satisfaction

Our commitment to client satisfaction is unrivalled. We go above and beyond to provide exceptional service, ensuring that our clients receive work that has been completed to the highest standard.


A team of experienced professionals

A team of experienced professionals

Our team has the skills and experience to deliver work to an exceptionally high standard.

Grant Allen

Grant is a water quality specialist who works with clients to help provide solutions that work for them and the environment. Since beginning his consulting career in 2007, Grant has worked with clients in the mining, natural resources, power generation and government sectors, overseeing and reviewing their environmental performance and compliance with relevant consents, and providing strategic technical advice.


  • Multi-disciplinary project management
  • Water quality
    • Receiving water
    • Wastewater
    • Groundwater
  • Environmental impact assessments
  • Hazardous substance and ITA assessments
  • Technical review and gap analysis
Mark Delaney

Mark is an ecologist with more than 10 years’ experience. Mark has a proven track record of developing and conducting ecological monitoring programmes which meet specific objectives within defined timeframes. His work involves biological sample collection and processing, stream ecological valuations (SEV) assessments, native freshwater fish surveys, and writing freshwater and terrestrial assessment of effects reports.


  • Stream ecological valuations
  • Wetland design
  • Freshwater and terrestrial fauna surveys
  • Ecological assessments of effects
  • Ecological management and mitigation plans
  • Ecological and water quality monitoring
  • Native fish and lizard relocations
  • Technical reviews
Annabelle Coates
Senior Ecologist

Annabelle has almost 10 years’ experience as a consulting ecologist and environmental scientist. She has worked across many aspects of ecology and environmental science, with a particular emphasis on freshwater and estuarine areas. Annabelle has undertaken various monitoring and research projects requiring replication of existing methods and use of published field protocols. She is an experienced field scientist and has completed many field-based projects across the ecological and environmental science disciplines.


  • Assessment of effects for freshwater, estuarine and marine ecological values
  • Freshwater and marine water quality sampling, analysis, and assessment
  • Electric fishing and fish identification
  • Fish passage assessments
  • Stormwater and groundwater sampling
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and spatial analysis
  • Environmental monitoring programmes
Amanda Naude
Environmental Scientist
BEng (Hons) MEIANZ

Amanda is an environmental scientist with experience in the water treatment industry and the environmental sector. Amanda holds a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical and Materials Engineering (Hons), which she has applied across many aspects of the environmental field. Amanda’s expertise includes environmental impact assessments and compliance, water quality monitoring, and environmental and stormwater management plans. Amanda enjoys providing innovative solutions for her clients that are beneficial for them and the environment.


  • Environmental monitoring
  • Effects assessments
  • Stormwater quality sampling
  • Data analysis and interpretation
  • Hazardous substance and ITA assessments
  • Ecological impact assessments
Brittany Pearce

Brittany is an ecologist who is enthusiastic about protecting New Zealand’s unique ecology and species while finding practical outcomes for clients. Her work primarily involves assessing freshwater and terrestrial ecological effects, vegetation and habitat assessments, stream and wetland assessments, revegetation planting projects and weed/pest management. She also has experience in invertebrate identification and curation. Her passion for ecology extends outside of the workplace, where she is an active member of the Auckland Botanical Society and volunteers for Restore Hibiscus & Bays.


  • Ecological impact assessments
  • Flora/fauna identification and surveys
  • Wetland delineation and monitoring
  • Ecological restoration plans
  • Weed and pest management
  • Data collection and technical reporting
  • Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
Angela Tinsel
Senior Ecologist
MSc(Hons) PGCert Plan

Angela has 12 years experience as a consulting ecologist, environmental scientist and policy planner.
She has worked mainly in the freshwater field. Angela’s experience includes environmental and
ecological impact assessment, restoration ecology, fish passage assessment, resource and
subdivision consent applications, environmental monitoring and risk management, and regional and
district policy development.


  • Assessment of effects for freshwater and terrestrial ecological values
  • Stream ecological valuation
  • Wetland assessments
  • Terrestrial vegetation surveys
  • Electric fishing and fish surveys and relocations
  • Fish passage assessment
  • Biodiversity offsetting
  • Technical reporting
  • Technical reviews
  • Planting, weed and pest control and restoration plans
  • Freshwater macroinvertebrate taxonomy
  • Policy development
  • Project management