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Experience

 

For many years the work undertaken by BCM Environmental Services Limited was almost exclusively pipeline construction related. This allowed Brian Minshull to generate a wide ranging breadth of experience in relevant areas which can now be readily applied to projects involving wildlife and 'natural' landscapes - 'habitats for all'.


These areas of expertise include:

  • Undertaking, assessing and managing species and habitat surveys, and also other types of environmental survey, (including landscape, archaeological, noise, etc.);
  • Liaising with the appropriate statutory and non-statutory bodies in relation to wildlife and landscape protection and conservation;
  • Managing construction activities from an environmental perspective;
  • Undertaking and supervising habitat restoration / pipeline reinstatement;
  • Writing management plans, completing environmental impact assessments and producing environmental impact statements and designing and managing wildlife habitats.
  • Undertaking the full range of services from preliminary investigations, construction environmental management, and post-construction site reclamation and monitoring.

Clients have included:

  • BP
  • Shell
  • Bechtel
  • Companies within the AMEC group
  • British Gas / Transco (now National Grid)

In this capacity BCM Environmental Services Limited has successfully worked with many statutory and non-statutory bodies. These have included:

  • Scottish Natural Heritage
  • English Nature (now Natural England)
  • Department of the Environment, Northern Ireland
  • Scottish Environmental Protection Agency
  • Environment Agency
  • Many local authorities, including Dumfries and Galloway Council, City of Edinburgh Council, Falkirk Council, West Lothian Council, Larne Borough Council, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council, and many local authorities in Lancashire, Cheshire and Staffordshire.
  • Various county wildlife trusts including, Scottish Wildlife Trust, badger groups, Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, etc..


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