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Ensuring Environmental Compliance with a Contaminated Land Audit for the Cross River Rail Project in QLD

December 2, 2023
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Mark Stuckey, EESI's Technical Director and a senior principal soil scientist, hydrogeologist, and risk assessor, undertook the task of overseeing environmental compliance with the Environmental Protection (EP) Act 1994 for the Cross River Rail project in Brisbane, QLD. With over 29 years of professional experience and accreditations as a contaminated sites auditor across multiple State jurisdictions, Mark's role necessitated a review of assessment works, construction environmental management plans, and remediation plans essential for the project's advancement.

The Solution

Mark fulfilled the role of Contaminated Land Auditor for the Cross River Rail project. His background as a Certified Professional Soil Scientist (CPSS) with accreditation in Contaminated Sites Assessment and Management (CSAM) facilitated a thorough evaluation of assessment works at station sites and along the rail alignment. Mark's role aimed to ensure compliance with the EP Act 1994 throughout the construction project.

Client Benefits

Under Mark's guidance, the Cross River Rail Delivery Authority (CRRDA) has aimed to complete the project whilst maintaining regulatory adherence. The project was therefore progressed whilst maintaining standards in contaminated sites assessment and management.

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