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Capability Statement – Project & Programme Management

EnviroStrat is an internationally recognised thought leader, project and programme manager in the environmental and natural resource sectors.

EnviroStrat delivers expert project and programme management across the environmental, natural resource and impact investment sectors.  Our team provides tailored end-to-end project management across the entire project life cycle.

EnviroStrat is a trusted project initiator, delivering robust feasibility studies and business cases to provide a solid and effective foundation for initiatives.  We have conducted a variety of feasibility studies for projects including regenerative aquaculture and agriculture, fisheries and green technology.

EnviroStrat has proven experience managing complex projects and programmes involving multidisciplinary and multi-sector teams and contracts.  A leader in impact investment project development, we use our proprietary assessment matrix to guide projects from assessment to execution.

EnviroStrat has:

  • Experience managing multiple contracts and disciplines in fast moving and high-profile projects and programmes in both the public and private sectors.
  • Run large scale programmes developing policy and regulatory components of public sector reforms.
  • A proven track record in complex stakeholder engagement and management.
  • The ability to manage or coordinate the full lifecycle of a project.
  • Led pre- and post-acquisition due diligence and integration programmes in excess.
  • A multi-disciplinary team with expertise to understand and lead complex projects.


  • Project and programme mobilisation.
  • Project coordination and project management office.
  • Project and programme planning and execution.
  • Stakeholder engagement.


EnviroStrat carries out project and programme management for a range of public and private clients, including:

Case studies:

February 12, 2020 in Coastal, Marine & Blue Economy, Iwi, Our Work, Project & Programme Management, Strategy, Research & Analysis

Chatham Rock Phosphate (Managing the response to a proposal for Deep Sea Phosphate Mining)

EnviroStrat successfully led the response of New Zealand’s largest tribe to a proposal for deep sea phosphate mining on the Chatham Rise, NZ. Developed and executed a strategy to refute the evidence presented by the applicant through a 3 month hearing process, including engaging and managing experts in economics, ecology, ecotoxicology, planning, and international best practice. There were a number of unresolved issues, including the impact on existing fisheries and cultural interests, the need for adaptive management in the context of very large infrastructure development, restoration techniques using the precautionary principle, and the reliance of modelling as a proxy for…
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February 12, 2020 in Coastal, Marine & Blue Economy, Our Work, Project & Programme Management, Regional Gov't

Tamaki Estuary Environmental Forum (TEEF) Co-ordinator

Programme co-ordinator for TEEF since January 2018. The Co-ordinator facilitates the development of new projects including assistance with funding applications, project identification, relationship management, and project oversight with the aim of helping the forum to achieve its goals.
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February 12, 2020 in Central Gov't, Coastal, Marine & Blue Economy, Our Work, Project & Programme Management, Strategy, Research & Analysis

Economic Impact Joint Venture Studies

As part of the National Government freshwater reforms, EnviroStrat ran a team of economists, scientists and social scientists with an overall budget of several million dollars developing a series of integrated economic models to assess the implications of different policy scenarios across a range of uses of fresh water. EnviroStrat’s role was highly complex and involved managing >35 contracts in excess of $2.5M. The programme was run in a series of joint ventures between local councils, sector groups and central government agencies (MPI, MFE, DOC), and linking science, policy, and economics with government decision making. The ability to synthesise multiple…
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