The application of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) in the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) process has gained substantial momentum over the past few years. Even so, the misconception exists that GIS involves mapping only, and many companies are still unaware of the robust solutions and cost savings this tool has to offer, when correctly implemented.

Purposes of EIA are a process:-

  • To ensure that environmental considerations are explicitly addressed and incorporated into the development decision-making process.

  • To anticipate and avoid, minimize or offset adverse significant biophysical, social and other relevant effects of developmental proposals.

  • To protect the productivity and capacity of natural systems and the ecological processes which maintain their functions.

  • To promote development that is sustainable and optimizes resource use and management opportunities.

We employ a multidisciplinary approach and work closely with clients and applicable regulatory agencies to ensure that projects are successfully completed without costly delays. Our expertise and relationships with universities and other highly qualified firms enable us to assemble the best possible team to tackle complex environmental tasks with an emphasis on meeting requirements unique to the specific project region. Our service areas include:

  • Risk Assessment

  • Environment Clearance

  • Forest Clearance

  • Environmental impact assessments and environmental management plans

  • Environmental baseline assessments

  • Analyzing historical geo-data information for environmental uses

  • Change detection studies

EIA as a vertical includes assessment studies and environmental management plans, environmental baseline assessments, analyzing historical geo-data information for environmental uses and change detection studies. Our panel of experts rises from fields of environment, agriculture and water resources in the public sector which gives us an edge over our competitors. At the delivery stage, we can be sure that our assessment, studies and solutions will conform to the existing policies and will have a strong sense of method about them.