Andrew joined Katestone in 2009 after moving to Australia from the UK. He holds a Bachelor of Science (Environmental Science) and a Master of Science (Air Pollution Control and Management) from the University of Birmingham. Prior to joining Katestone he gained broad experience in the environmental field whilst working as an Air Quality Scientist for Parsons Brinckerhoff.
At Katestone, Andrew is a senior consultant and responsible for the management, coordination and delivery of air quality impact assessments that form the core of Katestone’s’ business. His work involves the use of numerical dispersion models including CALMET/CALPUFF, TAPM, TAPM-CTM, AUSPLUME,ISC, ADMS v4 and CAL3QHCR.
Andrew has successfully delivered air quality assessments as part of environmental impact statements, as documentation for development applications and as stand alone reports. He has worked on projects for both the public and private sectors, incorporating a wide range of industries from, power generation, mining and bulk material handling to heavy manufacturing, waste management and transportation.
Andrew has a keen interest in air quality monitoring and has experience in designing, implementing and operating ambient air monitoring programmes.
What do you do at Katestone?
I am an environmental scientist and air pollution specialist. On a day-to-day basis I manage, coordinate and prepare air quality impact assessments, greenhouse gas assessments, meteorological studies and dispersion modelling reports. I also help clients satisfy their environmental requirements through designing air quality management plans and air monitoring programs.
What inspires you?
My family and friends.