Preservation, regeneration planning and design

Preservation and regeneration of environment is essential to the health of our communities, both economically and culturally. Where the abundance and quality of ecosystems and their function have been compromised, we take our role seriously to preserve and where possible reinstate the desirable natural conditions. We apply the principles of natural processes informed by environmental science to do landscape restoration, develop Low Impact Development (LID) projects, and prepare plans for ecological preservation.


  • Ecological and habitat assessment
  • Habitat management guidelines
  • LID (low impact development)
  • Native plant design
  • Water conservation
  • Landscape restoration
  • Ecological restoration and preservation
  • Geographic information system analysis
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