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Environmental Consulting Jobs Done in Burnley 3121

Below is a list of Environmental Consulting jobs done by Atma Environmental in Burnley

Environmental Site Assessment at Burnley, Victoria

2004

Site history and soil assessment for divestment of surplus rail sidings yard to a major development. Costing for clean-up and management options were provided as part of deliverables to assist valuation.

Environmental Site Assessment at F.R. Smith Drive, Burnley, Victoria

2004

Phase 1-2 Site Assessment (on surplus gov't land) to support facilitating the relocation of a major corporation to Melbourne.

Further Site Sampling and Human Health Risk Assessment at F.R. Smith Drive, Burnley, Vic.

2005

This work entailed obtaining additional soil data on Contaminants of Potential Concern (COPC) and then provision of a quantitative human health risk assessment regarding land for major new commercial development.

Preliminary Ground Gas Risk Assessment at F R Smith Drive, Burnley, Vic.

2015

In 1992 (methane) gas protection measures (i.e. vents) were installed during the construction of the Reserve's pavilion due to the presence of filling and reportedly methane gas concentrations that could present a fire risk. Atma's job was to assess the potential risk associated with ground/landfill gas (methane) onsite for the upgrade of the pavilion and construction of an adjacent building. Recommendations: sub-surface gas monitoring including construction of a soil gas bore with two monitoring rounds.

Verification Sampling at Burnley St., Burnley Victoria (MFB Complex)

2007

Collection of two grab samples from fill material, to verify the contamination status for disposal purposes.

Further Site Sampling and Human Health Risk Assessment

2005

This work entailed obtaining additional soil data on Contaminants of Potential Concern (COPC) and then provision of a quantitative human health risk assessment regarding land for major new commercial development.

Environmental Site Assessment

2004

Phase 1-2 Site Assessment (on surplus gov't land) to support facilitating the relocation of a major corporation to Melbourne.

Environmental Site Assessment

2004

Site history and soil assessment for divestment of surplus rail sidings yard to a major development. Costing for clean-up and management options were provided as part of deliverables to assist valuation.

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