The company’s capabilities are built on a multidisciplinary group of professionals and associates who collectively have over thirty years of experience in environmental management.
In addition, to their experience, the depth and diversity of the team provides us with strengths in marine biology, environmental assessment, water quality monitoring and modelling, noise measurements, modelling and assessments, socioeconomic considerations, oceanography, industrial hygiene, occupational health and safety, indoor air quality assessments, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) mapping and analysis, institutional and legal framework, facilitation, programming and project implementation.
Mr. Carlton Campbell, M.Phil, CIEC
Mr. Campbell an Environmental Scientist and a Certified Indoor Environmental Consultant (CIEC) and has more than fifteen years’ experience in the environmental field as a Consultant.
Notable consulting jobs include: The American Airlines Accident Rehabilitation, the Development of a National Programme of Action for Land based Sources and activities that impact on the Marine Environment for the National Environment and Planning Agency; the Caribbean Regional Environmental Programme (CREP) Amenity Assessment Project in Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Dominica and Jamaica, Environmental Impact Assessment of RIU Hotels International in Montego Bay and Negril, Environmental Impact Assessment of farming practices in the Morant-Yallahs Watershed; Environmental Impact Assessment Jamaica Energy Partners 49.5MW Power Barge at Old Harbour Bay; Environmental Impact Assessment West Kingston Power Partners 65 MW Power Plant at Industrial Terrace; Seagrass Removal at RIU Negril, Iberostar, Half Moon and Secrets Hotel; Rapid Assessments of Kingston Harbour and the Provision of Compressed Natural Gas; Air Quality Assessment -Highway 2000 project; North Coast Highway Resettlement Project; Noise Survey Jamaica Energy Partners; Noise Sur vey Jamaica Public Service Company Ltd. (Bogue plant); Worker Noise Exposure Jamaica Public Service (Bogue, Hunts Bay, Rockfort and Old Harbour) power plants; Noise Assessment and Modelling for Highway 2000 for TransJamaica Highway Ltd.; Towards the Management of the Black River Lower Morass; Environmental Monitoring of the Falmouth Pier Development and dredging in Ocho Rios Bay (pier expansion); Environmental Construction Monitoring for Secrets Hotel, Palymyra Resort and Spa, Palisadoes Highway Rehabilitation; Environmental Monitoring of the Negril and Montego Bay sewage systems and Environmental Assessment of Green Fund supported latrine building projects.
Professor Dale Webber, Ph.D
Prof. Dale Webber is an Ecologist has more than ten years experience in the environmental field, both as a lecturer and as a consultant. He has Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) in Marine Ecology from the University of the West Indies. Notable consulting jobs include: Environmental Impact Assessment of the Jamaica Energy Partners 49.5 MW barge, Old Harbour Bay, the Environmental Impact Assessment of the Western Spanish Town Wastewater Treatment Plant; the South Coast Sustainable Development Study; Towards the Management of the Black River Lower Morass; Native Plant and Trees Research and Management Plan – Negril Royal Palm Reserve; Rapid Assessment of Kingston Harbour; North Coast Highway Improvement Project; the National Programme of Action for the Protection of the Marine Environment from land based sources and land based activities; Planning and Management of Heavily Contaminated bays and Coastal Areas in the Wider Caribbean; Kingston Harbour, the Falmouth Wetlands and Martha Brae River Estuary Management project and the Environmental Impact of Charcoal Burning.
Mr. Matthew Lee, M.Sc
Mr. Lee is an environmental scientist with over 7 years of experience in the environmental consulting field. He has a B.Sc in Environmental Science from the University of the West Indies, and a M.Sc specializing in Aquatic Sciences. He is a member of the Jamaica Institute of Environmental Professionals (JIEP) and a certified British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) Sports Diver and Reef Check Eco-Diver. He has experience in the conducting of Environmental Impact Assessments and Monitoring, Noise Assessments, Indoor Air Quality Diagnostic Surveys and Coral and Seagrass Relocation Exercises.
Ms. Rachel D’Silva, B.Sc
Rachel D’Silva is an environmental scientist with over 5 years of experience in the environmental consulting field, currently working as an Environmental Scientist with CL Environmental. With a BSc in Environmental Science (double Major with Honours), Rachel is currently undertaking an MPhil in Coral Reef Ecology at the University of the West Indies, through which she has established the Caribbean’s first Mid-water floating nursery. She is also a trained environmental biologist, certified British Sub-Aqua Club (BSAC) Sports Diver, PADI Equipment Specialist, Reef Check EcoDiver Trainer a member of the Jamaica Coral Reef Monitoring Network (JCRMN) and a currently sites on the Jamaica Institute of Environmental Professionals (JIEP). She represented UWI as part of the Jamaican science team on board the Living Oceans Foundation expedition project to Pedro Bank. She has taken part in several noteworthy local and regional Environmental Impact Assessments and consulted on an array of major environmental projects, including coral and seagrass relocation works.
Ms. Karen McIntyre, B.Sc.
Karen McIntyre, an Environmental and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) scientist, has had ten years experience in the environmental field. She obtained a B.Sc. in Environmental Science from the University in East Anglia in 2003 and has worked in varying positions in Jamaica including Environment, Health and Safety Manager, Environmental Scientist and Projects Manager. She is currently completing her Masters in GIS with Lund University’s online programme. Karen is a Council member of the Jamaica Institute of Environmental Professionals (JIEP) and is on the Roster of Candidates for United Nations (UN) Volunteers.