Despite the recent downturn in the mining industry, Pendoley Environmental moves from strength to strength, developing new monitoring capabilities, offering new services and winning new contracts.
Recently awarded contracts include marine turtle nesting, artificial light monitoring and aerial survey work scopes for the Wheatstone project (Chevron Australia), Gladstone LNG (Queensland Gas Company), South Kimberley (DPaW) and the Amrun project in Cape York (Rio Tinto).
Dr Kellie Pendoley, Owner, Director and Principal Scientist of Pendoley Environmental said:
“It is fantastic to be winning contracts with new Clients, while maintaining high quality services and close relationships with long-term Clients.
Over the past two years we have improved our service efficiencies and stream-lined our business in the face of industry-wide budget cuts, while continuing to develop new and more efficient monitoring techniques in our core business areas; marine turtle monitoring, aerial survey, and light pollution measurement and monitoring.
The collective scientific curiosity of every staff member helps drives innovation in every aspect of our business because we love what we do.”
For more information on Pendoley Environmental's services and capabilities, or to discuss how we can meet and exceed the requirements of your project, call or email today.