Exo Environmental provides consultancy and surveying services for sediment and water management with a focus on ecology.
We have a proven track record of excellent project management provided on an individual basis. This includes advice on external funding sources, site management and stakeholder consultation.
Collected data will be professionally processed, stored, and made available to clients, additional processing and statistical analysis with specialist software is possible where required.
A team of experts in habitat restoration and creation is available to assist with your project. Freshwater, marine and intertidal habitats are part of our core areas of competence.
What they say
The level of professionalism is apparent in the process and practice of Exo Environmental, their work is always documented, logged and the time allocated correctly to each element. In the role of project managers they have successfully delivered the €750,000 USAR (Using sediment as a resource) project despite a number of significant challenges. I will happily recommend their work to any organisation looking to award a tender writing or delivery project.
James Thomas, Harbour Master Brightlingsea,
Exo Environmental have been an integral part of the Essex Little Tern Group for several years now. Their innovation and expertise was pivotal in seeing little terns fledge young for the second time in three years at Old Hall this season. This new work takes us to the next exciting level of restoring populations across the Essex estuaries.
Mark Nowers, RSPB Conservation Officer,
We were very impressed with Exo Environmental. They were quick to mobilise, kept to a tight schedule and kept us updated throughout. When we requested additional work or tweaked the scope, this was dealt with quickly and pragmatically. Most importantly, the survey work, analysis and reporting was all completed to a high standard and was received favourably by the Environment Agency.
William Houghton, Renewable Energy Engineer,
EXO Environmental have brought experience, innovative thinking and practical know how, to our investigations into dredging in the Somerset Levels and Moors. As a result, the possible approaches to reducing flood risk, whilst providing benefits to agriculture and minimising environmental disruption are much clearer and we are encouraged that dredging trials, in Partnership with the Environment Agency, will start soon.
Iain Sturdy, Chief Engineer, Somerset Drainage Boards Consortium,
Exo Environmental has now worked with us on multiple projects. Of note recently was a large-scale dredging project on the non-tidal River Thames that had specific challenges relating to location, environmental issues and beneficial use of dredged sediment.
Peter Moth, Harbour Clean Ltd,
Exo Environmental completed the works in a timely fashion and delivered comprehensive and clear reports. The project was managed by William Coulet, who maintained good communication throughout the project and was a pleasure to work with. We would not hesitate to seek assistance from Exo Environmental on future projects.
Paul Musson, EWS Chartered Surveyors,
Throughout this project, the Commissioners and Harbour staff were impressed by the approaches taken by Exo Environmental and the specialist knowledge provided. The successful completion of the programme was a tribute to the positive working relationship between Exo Environmental, Port Flair (Bradwell) and Harbour staff.
Jim Addison, Chairman Brightlingsea Harbour Commissioners,
When I was approached by Exo Environmental to collaborate on a project investigating the use of geosynthetic fabrics to trap sediment and provide habitat for microbial biofilms I jumped at the chance. I could immediately see the potential of this innovative approach for building more environmentally friendly sea defences, providing both protection and habitat to support biodiversity.
Dr Trevor Tolhurst, Senior Lecturer in Coastal Physical Processes University of East Anglia,
- 12th August 2019
- by Luke
- in General, Research and Development
- 29th July 2019
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- 25th July 2019
- by William
- in General, Sediment Management, Water Management