Morphum Environmental is an environmental engineering, environmental science, land development and sustainability consultancy with offices in Auckland, Wellington, Nelson, Warkworth and Melbourne.
- civil and three waters services
- sustainable land development and planning
- environmental services
- sustainable management
More specifically our core expertise encompasses:
- supporting our clients by providing strategic advice and planning for three waters services, catchment management, environmental management and asset management.
- providing specialist services in environmental management systems, sustainability strategies and reporting, waste minimisation, and compliance and auditing.
- conducting project specific engineering design, managing construction and offering environmental assessment and resource consent planning.
- providing specialist capability and a strong track record in asset and ecological survey and data collection, environmental assessment, hydrology/hydraulic analysis, GIS and CAD drafting.
For more than a decade we have provided our clients with pragmatic infrastructure and environmental solutions. We pride ourselves on delivering quality, cost-effective and innovative results that provide clarity and bring positive change. Morphum Environmental creates a best practice approach through our day-to-day work to develop implementable sustainability that will work and create change in a positive direction. By integrating engineering and science practice, we aim to provide informed design and decision making, and create a fundamental basis for multi-disciplinary cooperation.
In all of the work that we undertake, Morphum Environmental aims to engage with regulators, stakeholders and local communities to create syncretism and shared outcomes for all parties involved.
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At Morphum Environmental, we are focused on embedding sustainability into all aspects of our business practices: sustainability is fundamental to our company culture; it is inherent in our project work; and it is essential to the successful, day-to-day running of our business.
Sustainability isn’t just a buzz word at Morphum Environmental – it’s a way of life. In an employee survey conducted by Morphum Environmental, we found that one of the highest rated aspects by employees about our company was its strong sustainability values. Our team members regularly attend conferences and events focused around sustainability, and are active in sustainability networks and societies. Our directors and company are frequently recognised at awards ceremonies for their contribution to a sustainable future in New Zealand. Every one of our directors, environmental engineers, environmental consultants and business support professionals is dedicated to the promotion of sustainability and sustainable practices on a local, national and global scale. That’s why all of our projects are approached from the outset with sustainability in mind. Our point of difference is that we offer lasting, sustainable solutions that are secured into the future – instead of solutions which work just for now. Walking the talk around sustainability is vital to our success. Because it is our key point of difference, it is vital that we live by it in all aspects of our activities. We are carboNZero certified, we actively implement the initiatives outlined in our environmental management strategy and we employ leaders in sustainability to keep us on track.
Our focus on sustainability in the stormwater management field has been demonstrated through our use of water sensitive design in projects ranging from asset management though to infrastructure upgrades and stormwater treatment. Key to delivering on this focus is our ability to provide both hard and soft engineering solutions along with ecological restoration and effective community engagement. An example of this focus and multi-disciplinary approach in action is Morphum Environmental’s work on the Alexandra Stream enhancement project and the Roy Clements treeway. Both of these projects are award winning, and involved the integration of public infrastructure with stream restoration and enhancement. They were innovative projects that helped to achieve multiple community outcomes through the implementation of low impact design principles.
Listing last updated 22/08/2017