Environmental services

Offering our clients a diverse skill set from our environmental consultants and a complete array of environmental services covering air, land, and water, AMEC occupies an international leadership position in environmental consulting and engineering.

From landmark remediation projects to local waste management solutions, we leverage knowledge and expertise to share best practices to add value to client organisations and reduce their risk on projects. Our technical experts can assist with standard environmental audits, permits and approvals as well as more specialised requests in areas such as habitat assessment, GIS, risk assessment and information management.

AMEC develops integrated solutions that incorporate innovative technologies designed to address complex contamination problems. Our presence throughout the Americas, Europe and Australasia provides an inter-disciplinary team with the depth of experience needed to accommodate the complexity and scale of any assignment.  

AMEC’s concepts are driven by market requirements and regulatory compliance, while reducing liability and costs. We can also help move projects beyond compliance to environmental excellence, by adding a sustainability focus to our services and taking a hard look at best practices and technical protocols to determine which need to be adopted. Our philosophy is to maximise benefits for mankind and the local / regional ecology in every project.

Combining our expertise with a sector-driven approach, we can provide the right professionals with an in-depth understanding of your industry and the specific regulatory issues you face. Through our successful firm-wide network-driven collaborative approaches, we can access key staff from any one of our global office locations to work on projects regardless of geography.



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Offering our clients a diverse skill set from our environmental consultants and a complete array of environmental services covering air, land, and water

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