Construction Environmental Management Plan for a Sports Complex, South East QLD

construction-environmental-managementiEnvi were engaged by an engineering firm on behalf of a regional council to undertake a Construction Environmental Management Plan (CEMP) and components of an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the construction of a sports complex. The CEMP was required for development approval of the site. 

The construction processes included clearing of existing vegetation, major earthworks, construction of sports fields, internal roads, footpaths and facilities and landscaping. The main environmental risks identified by the regional council to be addressed included fauna/wildlife, vegetation removal, weed and pest control, acid sulfate soils and erosion and sediment control. Additionally, a vegetation management plan (VMP) and an erosion and sediment control plan (ESCP) were required for development approval.

iEnvi were able to produce a CEMP, as well as an ESCP and a VMP, to address the risks associated with the construction process and ensure mitigation and monitoring methods would be efficient and effective during all construction stages. iEnvi were able to provide a simple break down of the tasks required by onsite workers and external parties at each stage of development and provide a clear outline of the steps to be undertaken to ensure environmental risk at the site is minimised.

If you require an environmental management plan for development approval or to address environmental risks during construction, contact the iEnvi team at [email protected] for more information on how we can help.


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