Infrastructure Overview

SLR is a globally-respected provider of environmental scientific and engineering services to government and private clients delivering projects across the transportation, infrastructure, waste management and government works sectors.

We support the conceptual and detailed design, assessment and operational phases of major projects involving:

  • Roadways and Busways
  • Railways and Transit Systems
  • Shipping and Ports
  • Waste Management and Recycling
  • Water and Sewerage Facilities
  • Energy Generation and Transmission
  • Communications Networks
  • Health Facilities and Civic Buildings
  • Airports

SLR’s expertise and capabilities assist clients in relation to:

  • Design monitoring and management
  • Environmental assessment
  • Planning and approvals
  • Site optimization and route selection
  • Stakeholder engagement and consultation

A selection of clients across SLR’s global Infrastructure business sector includes:

  • BAM Construction
  • Eskom
  • National Grid (UK)
  • Port of Seattle
  • SITA Suez
  • Veolia Environmental Services
  • Public Works Government Services Canada
  • Sydney Airport Corporation Limited
  • Qantas

Infrastructure Design & Engineering

SLR’s industry experienced technical experts provide design and engineering support to infrastructure and environmental systems during process changes and capital improvement projects. Our services include:

  • Project Development Support: we work closely with our clients to design energy, waste and water projects that take into account a whole-of-life cycle approach. Maintenance and operational characteristics are optimised along with the capital costs.
  • Feasibility Studies: SLR works with clients to assure that considered process changes are feasible with respect to near term and long term environmental permitting requirements.
  • Wastewater Engineering: SLR provides support in the design, construct, and operation of process wastewater systems and system upgrades.
  • Civil Engineering, Pollution Control and Architecture Evaluation: SLR provides technical support in the physical expansion or decommissioning of facilities which includes review and selection of pollution control technologies and equipment.
  • Experienced team with diverse experience with a wide range of industries including petroleum refining, oil exploration, environmental contracting, energy, forest products, chemicals, processing contracting and general manufacturing as well as former environmental regulators.
  • Matching Project Objectives with Business Objectives: SLR assures that clients’ business drivers and objectives such as such as cash flow management and critical production times are integrated into the project strategy to minimize adverse impact to facility operations.
  • Full Life-Cycle Services: SLR provides support from initial planning of capital improvement projects through design and construct.


SLR Appoints new APAC Infrastructure Leader

February 10, 2017

SLR is pleased to announce the appointment of Alex Campbell to lead the Infrastructure sector in Asia Pacific. His experience in the Infrastructure sector includes some of the largest projects underway in Australia, working for a range of government and private-sector clients.

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SLR participating in Sustainability Reporting events

November 30, 2016

Nigel Leehane, Technical Discipline Manager of the Environmental Management, Permitting and Compliance team, will be participating in BSI’s Sustainability Performance and Reporting Forum in London on 1st December. He will be one of the facilitators, helping elicit views from delegates on the key challenges for organisations aiming to improve their performance.

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Fuad Fredericks (AFR)


Fuad is the Sector Leader for Infrastructure for SLR’s African Operations. He has more than 16 years’ experience in a wide range of environmental disciplines, including environmental impact assessments, environmental management plans/programmes, environmental auditing & monitoring, environmental control officer services, and public consultation & facilitation.

Fuad has been responsible for management and quality control of environmental assessments dealing with a number of highly complex and controversial projects, such as the proposed toll roads on some of the national routes in South Africa. He has also managed the environmental assessment of major road development proposals in Mauritius. Fuad also has extensive experience in the environmental assessment, monitoring and auditing of projects related to railway facilities, landfill sites, wastewater treatment facilities, and water and sewage infrastructure.

Prior to his entry into environmental consulting, Fuad worked in the Environmental Education field where he was responsible for the development and implementation of various Environmental Education programmes at primary, secondary and tertiary education levels.

Paul Draycott (CA)


Paul Draycott is the National Director of Infrastructure in Canada and is a senior environmental scientific, technical and legal regulatory specialist with over 34 years of public and private sector experience in the energy generation and transmission, waste management, public transit, transportation and land development sectors. He is a Canadian Certified Environmental Professional in the disciplines of Energy, Policy and Legislation, Environmental Management, Environmental Protection, and Fisheries and Wildlife.

Brian Hoefler (US)

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Mr. Hoefler has over 25 years of experience with a range of project management services that support Infrastructure development and expansion. His experience includes multi-media project management, air quality services, NEPA documentation, environmental permitting, regulatory compliance, spill prevention and response, utility planning, noise studies, and siting studies.

Alex Campbell


Alex's experience in the Infrastructure sector includes some of the largest projects underway in Australia, working for a range of government and private-sector clients.

As an Acoustic Engineer Alex specialises in architectural and building acoustics; environmental impact assessments; building services noise control; and vibration assessments and mitigation measures. More recently he has carried out environmental assessments on key projects including Sydney Metro Northwest and was the Acoustic Project Director on the Caulfield to Dandenong Level Crossing Removal Project.

Alex is a Chartered Professional Engineer and is an active member of Engineers Australia and the Australian Acoustic Society.

For more information

Please contact a member of our team below to discuss your specific requirements or for a quotation.