Environmental Consultants

Sydney Metro Tunnel Boring Machine Breakthrough

2019-08-30T09:51:30+10:00

ADE’s Managing Director, Ross Nefodov and fellow colleague, Edward Moss, had the pleasure of attending the Sydney Metro Tunnel Boring Machine (TBM) breakthrough at Victoria Cross Station in North Sydney on the 26th of August 2019. The event was organised by the principal contractor John Holland CPB Ghella Joint Venture in the presence of the NSW

Sydney Metro Tunnel Boring Machine Breakthrough2019-08-30T09:51:30+10:00

A Day in the Life of an ADE Employee

2018-02-16T06:41:19+10:00

One of our newest employees reflects on his first few months here at ADE, providing insights into a typical day of a consultant: "Whether I'm out on site, in the office or travelling around NSW, the life of an ADE worker is never dull. Working for an ever growing and reputable consultancy company in a

A Day in the Life of an ADE Employee2018-02-16T06:41:19+10:00

ADE Expansion

2018-02-16T06:29:00+10:00

Over the past 24 months ADE has experienced unprecedented levels of growth, both in terms of overall personnel and the scale and scope of projects in which we are involved. At present approximately 50 workers are now employed in varying capacities for ADE. As a result, we have quickly outstripped the capacity of the office

ADE Expansion2018-02-16T06:29:00+10:00

From Strength to Strength

2018-06-01T05:45:40+10:00

Over the past 18 months, ADE has continued its trajectory of exponential growth with the company expanding at an unprecedented rate. Since the end of last financial year, the company has hired 12 additional personnel to keep working apace with the increasing demands for ADE’s services. This represents approximately a 38% growth in overall size

From Strength to Strength2018-06-01T05:45:40+10:00

Sick Building Syndrome

2018-06-01T05:44:52+10:00

Unexplained headaches, dizziness or flu-like symptoms? While there are obviously a range of causes which may cause these complaints, these can all be linked to the relatively little known Sick Building Syndrome. The term “Sick Building Syndrome” was coined by the WHO in 1986 when they estimated that 10-30% of newly built office buildings had

Sick Building Syndrome2018-06-01T05:44:52+10:00
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