Our industry sectors
Working with many industry sectors to achieve positive outcomes for the environment, our clients and the community.
Our work with local government is diverse and extends far beyond the airport fence. Not only do we develop wildlife hazards programs at airports owned and operated by local government, but we also work closely with landfill operations, sewage treatment plants, wastewater treatment facilities and any other wildlife attracting land-use that falls under the local government jurisdiction, to manage wildlife hazards.
Airports – Large and small
From delivering training programs in the Middle East, to auditing military airfields throughout Australia, to coordinating entire Wildlife Management Programs in Canada … our airport work is extensive. Our wildlife management and risk mitigation services are adaptable to all airport types in all environments.
Department of Defence
The wildlife hazard profile in military aviation can be very different to civil aviation. For this reason we adapt our wildlife management and risk mitigation services accordingly, and with great success. Our work with RAAF Edinburgh in Australia has set the benchmark for Wildlife Management Programs at military aviation installations throughout Australia.
Together with one of the world’s leading sustainability consultancy firms, ERM, we developed the National Wildlife Hazard Management Strategy for Australia’s Department of Defence.
Image above courtesy of Department of Defence
Engineering and Consulting firms
Large engineering firms that manage major infrastructure works on, and close to, airports, often need our unique and niche expertise. Major works such as runway extensions, new airport developments, or even major road bypass works, can influence the wildlife strike risk that requires specialised mitigation.
Airlines and their pilots play a crucial role in wildlife strike management. They experience firsthand strike events, and bear the costs of aircraft damage and flight delays. For this reason, we work with airlines to develop procedures and plans to respond to, and manage, wildlife hazards in the air and on the ground.