SEEC continue to represent RMS as their Soil Conservationists on the Pacific Complete Project – 150km of new dual carriageway from south of Grafton to Ballina. There are several contractors on the site, which is divided into a number of sections. SEEC’s role is to ensure the Contractors’ Erosion and Sediment Control Plans are adequately designed and implemented.
SEEC have recently partnered with Shoalhaven City Council to prepare a concept Water Cycle Management Plan for a large urban land release just north of Nowra. SEEC’s work will guide the preparation of the Development Control Plan for that new land release. We are now working with Council on an even larger development just to the north which will ultimately have about 2,000 lots.
Well, as you can see we have a new website; we hope you find it informative. The new site provides a summary of our services but it also hosts “Flocal” which is a useful tool for designing temporary diversion drains (e.g. for Erosion and Sediment Control works) and a blog page, where we will endeavour to keep you up to date on matters of erosion and sediment control in particular. You can contact
SEEC have been contracted by the John Holland CPB Ghella Joint Venture (JHCPBG JV) to provide specialist services in erosion and sediment control during the tunnelling works for the new Sydney Metro rail line from Chatswood to Bankstown. SEEC will be working alongside the JV team to help manage erosion and sediment control aspects and ensure compliance with project conditions.
On 27 August 2017, SEEC turned 10! It was an exciting day for the whole SEEC team, but especially for directors Andrew Macleod and Mark Passfield. We are very proud of this little business we have built, and the team that we are part of. Thank you to all of our staff and our clients for your support over the past 10 years.
SEEC director Andrew Macleod provided 2 days of internal staff training for MidCoast Council in December 2017. With increasing development pressure throughout the region, erosion and sediment control were identified as a hot-button issue requiring an increased regulatory focus. Training focused on the planning, regulatory and practical applications of erosion and sediment control.