A core area of our work is the preparation of Flora and Fauna assessments at the planning stage of national infrastructure projects.
ECOFACT has extensive experience in the provision of Ecological Impact Assessments (EcIA) for large-scale infrastructure projects, where we have undertaken detailed studies of habitats, flora and fauna in terrestrial, freshwater and marine habitats following the National Roads Authority Guidelines where applicable. ECOFACT can also provide mitigation measures for key ecological receptors identified.
- Infrastructure projects in the aquatic environment have the potential to significantly affect both water quality and ecological interests. This applies to proposed watercourse crossings, culverting, abstractions, river re-alignment and flood alleviation works.
- ECOFACT maintains in-house expertise in the assessment of impacts and the provision of effective mitigation to limit potential impacts arising from in-stream works.
Infrastructure projects which we are currently, or have recently been involved in, are detailed in the links below.
We also provide post-planning ecological surveys to meet planning conditions and construction phase site monitoring.
ECOFACT is committed to a fast and efficient turnaround of field data leading to the production of high quality reporting.