Sarah Grady is an experienced project manager in environmental science and ecological investigations with over 15 years of experience leading teams across Australia. She is particularly skilled in wastewater and waste management plans, contaminated land, vegetation assessments, road and linear infrastructure projects, flora surveys, MNES/MSES significant impact assessments for threatened species and ecosystems, fauna spotter catching and weed surveys. The types of projects have included major developments through to residential, commercial, and local government projects. She has also completed numerous vegetation assessments including for a proposed coal mine in FNQ of 10,000 ha, Defence (Shoalwater Bay, 134 km of roads), multiple road and linear infrastructure projects across Queensland and NSW, feedlots, quarries and commercial developments. Sarah is also a skilled Erosion and Sediment Control specialist having developed ESCP’s for road works, bridges, and developments. She is also a NSW BAM Accredited Assessor (BAAS19065).
Sarah’s many years of experience has made her a vital part of the Redleaf team.