To support customers throughout all phases of the asset lifecycle, WorleyParsons provides specialist consulting services in the areas of environment, restoration, geotechnics, geomatics, planning and advanced analysis.
WorleyParsons is a leading provider of environmental management and social responsibility services for the resources and energy sectors. We provide customers with a complete approach to their unique interfaces with natural, physical, social, cultural, regulatory and built environments.
Our understanding of global regulatory frameworks ensures we deliver customers with best-practice solutions in sustainability and social and environment stakeholder compliance management.
Emerging regulations associated with protecting human and environmental health, the increasing value of land, catastrophic events and natural resource damage, recycling of industrial materials and productive reuse of industrial land are part of the challenges that face industry, communities, governments and regulators today. WorleyParsons restoration specialists understand these issues and have developed a range of services to address these challenges including program management, advisory and technical capabilities.
WorleyParsons uses its proprietary software, the “Restoration Tool Kit”, to effectively identify and manage project scope, perform project planning, determine and assess environmental liability, conduct project prioritization and sequencing, perform risk assessment and management at multiple levels, and determine estimating and scheduling requirements.
WorleyParsons is a leading provider of specialist geotechnical services. Our global team of engineering geologists, geophysicists and geotechnical engineers provides complete solutions to understanding ground conditions.
Our experience covers complex arctic, land and marine environments and supports our customers in:
- Planning, executing and managing site investigations
- Interpretation and analysis of factual data
- Design and construction services for tunnels, foundations, slopes and other geotechnical challenges.