Need environmental assistance? Byrne Looby can help


ByrneLooby has expert environmental capabilities covering both the terrestrial and marine environments.

Over the last decade our staff have gained a wealth of experience in undertaking and managing environmental projects in Ireland, the UK, the Middle East and internationally for a range of clients including governments, statutory authorities, private developers and NGOs. Our team has forged close working relationships with Environmental Authorities and Regulators to enable a detailed understanding of their requirements and deliver sustainable solutions for our clients.

ByrneLooby has expert environmental capabilities covering both the terrestrial and marine environments from project inception stage through to construction and operation.

Our Services

Our expertise covers environmental impact statements, management and compensation as well as the implementation of required mitigation measures on site, including remediation of contaminated land/brownfield sites.

Typical projects we assist our clients with are:

  • Environmental Screening & Scoping
  • Environmental Impact Statements
  • Environmental Management Plans
  • Ecological Surveys
  • Environmental Compensation Plans
  • Appropriate Assessments
  • Invasive Alien Species Surveys
  • Archaeological Surveys & Assessments
  • Water Quality Monitoring & Assessment
  • Noise & Air Monitoring
  • Environmental Legislation
  • Environmental Health, Safety & Security (EHSS)
  • Site Supervision Monitoring and Auditing
  • Sustainable Engineering Solutions
  • Dredging and Reclamation Permitting
  • Marine and Topside Development
  • Environmental Dive Surveys
  • Artificial Reefs
  • Marine Environmental Baseline Surveys (Dive & Video Surveys)
  • Social Impact Assessments
  • Waste Management Plans

Contact Paul Curwen to discuss how we can assist on your project.

ByrneLooby Environmental division have made valuable contributions to projects such as Dublin Bay (Ireland) and River Fergus Certified Drainage Scheme (Ireland).