Biodiversity and ecosystems

Our project environmental management plans integrate biodiversity management plans to protect, conserve, or restore biodiversity and ecosystems. 

These plans manage and mitigate impacts and consider local contexts, baseline surveys, monitoring results and specialist advice. 

Where impacting habitats is unavoidable, strategies are developed to minimise disturbance while safely and efficiently completing works. 

Rehabilitation of disturbed areas remains an integral element of biodiversity management.

How UGL is protecting koalas

UGL’s site based environmental advisors coordinate a team of fauna spotter catchers who are tasked with ensuring all habitat is checked for wildlife prior to any disturbance being undertaken. The koala is just one of more than 100 individual animals that have been located on the Genex Kidston Connection project so far.

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Biodiversity and ecosystem

Environmental initiatives Yanchep Rail Extension

To minimise the impact of Perth’s necessary railway works, NEWest Alliance has secured a parcel of land which will aid in Western Australia’s conservation of natural habitation and precious flora and fauna.

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Biodiversity and ecosystem

CPB Contractors and the Moogji Aboriginal Council

While delivering the new Avon River rail bridge in Stratford as part of the Gippsland Line upgrade, CPB Contractors engaged the Moogji Aboriginal Council to supply 40,000 native plants to complete the landscaping.

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