What is a Senior Ecologist?
A Senior Ecologist within construction plays a critical role in ensuring that construction projects are carried out in an environmentally responsible manner. They are responsible for identifying and assessing potential environmental impacts of construction activities, and developing strategies to mitigate those impacts.
A Senior Ecologist plays a critical role in ensuring that construction projects are carried out in an environmentally responsible manner, while also maintaining compliance with environmental regulations and policies.
What are the typical duties and activities for a Senior Ecologist?
From employer to employer the description of a Senior Ecologist job will vary, however typical duties and activities undertaken include:
Environmental Impact Assessments: Conducting environmental impact assessments to identify potential impacts of construction activities on the environment and developing strategies to mitigate those impacts.
Habitat and Species Assessments: Conducting habitat and species assessments to identify any endangered species or protected habitats within the construction area, and developing strategies to minimise disturbance to those areas.
Regulatory Compliance: Ensuring that all construction activities comply with relevant environmental regulations and policies, including those related to wildlife protection, water quality, and air quality.
Wildlife Management Plans: Developing wildlife management plans to minimise the impact of construction activities on local wildlife, including implementing measures such as relocation or habitat enhancement.
Erosion and Sediment Control: Providing guidance on the use of erosion and sediment control measures to minimise soil erosion and protect water quality during construction.
Sustainable Building Practices: Providing guidance on sustainable building practices, including the use of environmentally friendly building materials and construction techniques.
Stakeholder Engagement: Engaging with stakeholders such as community groups, environmental organisations, and government agencies to ensure that their concerns are addressed and that the project is carried out in a socially responsible manner.
Monitoring and Reporting: Conducting regular monitoring of construction activities to ensure that environmental impacts are minimised, and preparing reports to document environmental compliance and progress towards project goals.
Skills required to be a successful Senior Ecologist
To be successful within a Senior Ecologist job, the below skills are important;
Project management skills
Attention to detail
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London is the capital of England and is the most populous city in the United Kingdom. London stands on the River Thames and is governed by the Mayor of London and London Assembly. It was estimated in 2015 that the population was over 8,500,000. London is a leading global city in arts, finance, professional services and construction and over the past decade has seen some of the largest construction projects in the world, such as:
This landmark tower was the first in the UK to break the 1000 ft barrier. At nearly twice the size of the Gherkin, the Shard is one of the tallest buildings in Europe. The cost of the project was in excess of £1.2bn, which also included major refurbishment of the the train and bus station.
The Leadenhall Building
Also known as the cheesegrater, this 48 floor tower cost in the region of £286m to build. It features a 90 ft high atrium, glass lifts and despite the height of the building only offers 500,000 sq ft of floorspace due to its unusual profile.
20 Fenchurch Street
Also known as the Walkie Talkie, this 36 floor tower offers a sky garden set over floors 35, 36 and 37, which offers uninterrupted views across London. The tower cost £200m and is distinctively top heavy.
Work on the Crossrail began in 2009 and was confirmed in 2014 that the £14.8bn project would extend to Reading. The project is set to be complete in 2019.
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