UK Ecological Survey Consultants - Ecology Durham - Ecology Northeast

Project Management

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Should you wish to embark on a major project and lack the time or experience to oversee delivery, then Elmer Ecology Durham will mannage your project.

Jonathan Elmer is a qualified project manager to the level of ‘Prince 2 Practitioner’ and will work with you to ensure your project is delivered to specification and on time. This will involve dividing your project into manageable and controlled stages, as well as managing any risk that might threaten project delivery.

Over the last 20 years Jonathan has managed numerous projects to completion and some major examples are featured on this website (see ‘Projects’ on the main menu). Projects have included:

Creation of Buildings

Elmer Ecology is currently working with the national charity Woodcraft Folk to build a residential / outdoor education centre that will act as a base of operations for the charity in the North East. In addition, Jonathan Elmer is currently managing the creation of an eco-hamlet comprising 6 homes built to comply with the BREEAM Code for Sustainable Homes Level 6.

Creation of Numerous Wildlife Sites and Parks

These have included the award winning School Aycliffe Wetland and Greenfield Butterfly Meadow, Bishop Middleham Wildlife Garden, and numerous enhancements to Ferryhill Carrs National Nature Reserve.

Creation of access routes

These have included an extensive length of the National Cycle Network extending through County Durham and lengths of new cycleway / footpath as part of the wider Mineral Valleys project.

Creation of Woodland Cemeteries

Elmer Ecology has worked with the Woodland Burial Trust to design and create a Woodland Cemetery on the outskirts of Durham City. The cemetery is now operational and includes a timber constructed building for ceremonies, wildflower glades within woodland, all connected by a network of wheelchair accessible footpath. Elmer Ecology is currently leading a project to create a second site for the Woodland Burial Trust which will provide for regional demand.

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