Travers bushfire & ecology have been working with industry and government for over 30 years and we understand how difficult it is to get your project over the line. The legislative and planning environment is complex.
We know that you are taking a leap of faith in investing in us. We value your investment. Our task is to make this easy for you. Our reputation is our skin and we will aim to support you with the service to get the best possible outcomes.
Working with us you can take advantage of our experience and our track record.
‘We hear you … the legislative and planning environment is complex.’
Covid-19 is a fact of business right now however, you can depend on our team to keep you safe and to work in a responsible manner. We have put in place a full Covid-19 operations protocol, remote working, WHS and isolation procedures.
We aim to keep you, your family, your colleagues and our team safe to continue working, despite the conditions set by health regulations
From the onset we take the time to find out what you need, devise the best approach to provide value for money and the best possible outcomes. We listen and take the time to ensure that your project is programmed and delivered.
We take pride in the quality of assessment and reporting, work ethics and outcomes.
Our clients interests are at the centre of a project and its management.
‘We listen to you…’
As a result of engaging our team you can expect:
We are ecologists not accountants, but we look after your bottom-line
We protect your home and your assetts
Pragmatic solutions for complex catchments
Rapid assesement and good advice
Respecting our land and our heritage
Creative location based solutions
Characterisation and restoration of water and soil
Comprehensive compliance solutions
Your land, your home, your vision
Strategic solutions for extractive industries
Your land, your home, your vision
As well as specialist staff in ecology, resource management and bushfire protection, Travers bushfire & ecology has GIS specialists, archaeological and arboriculture specialists, is supported by a project management and operations team and supporting administration. Travers bushfire & ecology undertakes approximately two hundred and fifty (250) projects each year including:
EMR & Project ecology
HAZARD REDUCTION SERVICES
Water & soils
“Expert knowledge, unique problem solving through their vast experience, and great client communication – that is how I would summarise our recent experience with Travers Bushfire & Ecology. Having already had our block of land evaluated for its ‘bush fire’ rating by a different company, and unfortunately it was decided to be in the highest level, the additional costs that that level would entail meant that our family would have simply not been able to build. Then, a friend that had used Travers bushfire & ecology in the past recommended we get in touch with them for a second opinion. Which we went on to do, and based off of their fantastic expert advice we were able to have our ‘fire rating level’ brought right down and now we’re able to build out new home!”
MANAGING DIRECTOR (ECOLOGIST)
MANAGER OF ECOLOGY (BOTANIST)
SENIOR FAUNA ECOLOGIST
MANAGER OF BUSHFIRE SERVICES
SENIOR ECOLOGIST / ABORICULTURE CONSULTANT
Bushfire Management Officer
BUSHFIRE PLANNER / GIS OFFICER
SENIOR GIS OFFICER
GIS ANALYSIS / SOIL & WATER SCIENTIST
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Surveying for Mircobats can be tricky especially since as they small, hard to see and their calls are inaudible to the human ear. Lachlan “The
by Lindsay Holmes BOTANIST Freshwater Wetlands on Coastal Floodplains is an endangered ecological community (EEC) under the Biodiversity Conservation Act, 2016 which was first gazetted
by Heath FitzsimmonsBUSHFIRE MANAGEMENT OFFICER When considering the bush fire risk faced by a home it is most important to consider three major methods of
TBE acknowledges Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and recognises the continuing connection to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures; and to Elders past, present and emerging.
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