SLR expands Australian footprint

Tuesday, 05 March, 2013

Environmental firm SLR Consulting has strengthened its Australian presence with the opening of a Darwin Office in the CBD (Centrepoint Business Centre).

Paul Turyn has been appointed as SLR’s Darwin Office Manager and will assist in the expansion and delivery of the company’s environmental solutions to clients across the Northern Territory. Turyn has over 12 years’ experience working on environment and engineering projects in the industrial, private, government, mining, and oil and gas sectors.

“I’m excited about establishing an SLR office here in Darwin, which will allow us to provide local specialist environmental services to our clients across the Territory,” said Turyn.

“We live in a pristine environmental setting and I believe that the provision of appropriate environmental management strategies is a must to ensure that the potential impact of the current and future growth of the Territory on our environment is minimised so that our community and future generations can continue to enjoy the Territory lifestyle.”

Managing Director Peter Georgiou said, “SLR Consulting is now providing expanded specialist environmental services to clients via 11 offices across all states and territories of Australia, as well as in Singapore. The Australasian operation now has 205 employees, all focused on delivering high-quality specialist environmental services to the energy, mining, industrial, waste management, infrastructure, and planning and development sectors.”

This announcement follows the recent merger-acquisition of GSS Environmental (GSSE), an Australian provider of environmental consulting and project management services.

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