360 Environmental’s Leadership Group plays an integral role in the continued success of the company. They hold responsibility for the operational management of 360 Environmental, supervising and supporting the technical and administrative staff to ensure both our clients needs and organisational values are met. Key responsibilities include client support, day-to-day management and ongoing mentoring of 360 team members, resourcing, implementation of 360 Environmental’s Strategic Plan, business development and marketing. Our Leadership Group has a wealth of experience and share a passion for the work they do in the environmental consultancy sphere.
In addition to the Leadership Group listed below, Board members Michelle Rhodes, Tamara Smith and Scott Bird form an integral part of the Leadership Group.
As well as the ‘front-end’ of projects (scoping, pre-feasibility, impact assessment and approvals), Felicity has been involved with construction, fabrication, operation and decommissioning/closure projects across the infrastructure and resources sectors. This has included work on the Concrete Supply Contract and LNG Jetty Construction Contract for Gorgon, as well as work for iron ore and gold miners (majors, mid-tier, juniors and explorers).
Felicity joined the Leadership Group in mid-2008, with her core focus being State-level projects and continued development of 360 Environmental’s biological survey capability. Felicity is currently Group Leader for the Approvals, Strategy and Compliance Group at 360 Environmental, as well as the Environmental and Biological Services Group.
Felicity’s areas of expertise include:
- Project Environmental Management
- Environmental Impact Assessment (State and Federal level)
- Environmental and Quarantine Management Plans/Systems
- Offset planning
- Technical/Peer Review of technical reports for compliance with Project, Client and Regulator requirements
- Regulator and stakeholder liaison
- Terrestrial fauna surveys, monitoring and translocations
Garreth has over eleven years’ consultancy experience in the fields of asbestos/hazmat and occupational hygiene projects. He has worked extensively throughout Australia, the UK, S.E. Asia and China in the fields of asbestos management and has supported national and global companies in reducing risks associated with the introduction of asbestos to supply chains. He has worked closely with various regulatory bodies at a state and national level.
Garreth provides Clients with appropriate risk management communication strategies to effectively manage risk, particularly where the unfortunate inadvertent importation of asbestos has occurred. He focuses on minimising associated project delays by providing appropriate and effective asbestos remediation project management.
Garreth has undertaken and managed a wide range of occupational hygiene programs and investigations. These works have included offshore noise surveys, Lead Management and Remediation, Chemical Processing Health Risk Assessments with baseline Air Contaminant Investigations and a range of Indoor Air Quality Assessments.
Russell’s project experience ranges from completing onsite environmental assessments for smaller projects to obtaining approvals and classifications for major projects in the land development, resources and infrastructure industries. Russell’s background in field work allows him to manage and understand projects from inception through to completion.
Russell joined the Leadership Group in early 2013, with a core focus on large scale projects. Russell Holmes is the current Group Leader of the Soil, Water and Air Assessment Group at 360 Environmental.
Russell’s areas of expertise include:
- Contaminated Site Classification
- Acid Sulfate Soils
- Due Diligence
- Site Management Planning
- Development of Sampling and Analysis Quality Plans
- Remediation and Validation
- Regulator and stakeholder liaison
Scott then undertook external business and project management training through his MBA. His ability to win contracts and sustain a business unit whilst still implementing innovative scientific processes has allowed him to progress in the environmental consulting industry. Scott manages all aspects of project process plus promoting, facilitating and maintaining a harmonious and functional working group that is focused on delivering quality ‘on time, on budget’.
Scott’s management style is very open yet focused and believes in being available to provide clear leadership and guidance. His leadership skills involve sharing knowledge, mentoring junior staff and being very approachable plus providing direction and guidance to the team so that business goals, values and targets are met.
In 2017 Scott joined 360 Environmental as the Group Leader of the Environmental and Biological Services Group. His core focus is to build a sustainable team of highly skilled botanists, zoologists and ecologists that have a passion for delivering scientific excellence and environmental outcomes that meet client’s needs.
Scott’s areas of expertise include:
- Biological surveys, assessments and monitoring
- Mangrove ecology and groundwater dependent ecosystems
- Drone technology and capture of high resolution imagery for vegetation monitoring
- Environmental impact assessment
- Plant physiology and water relations
- Terrestrial flora and fauna surveys
- Environmental management plans
- Project and business management
- Statistical analysis
She has over eleven years’ experience in audit and accounting locally and internationally in Malaysia and Hong Kong.
She is a Chartered Accountant who graduated from The University of Sheffield with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Financial Management.