Mr Micheál O’Sullivan is a Chartered Waste Manager, and a member of the Chartered Institute of Wastes Management. He has worked for a number of years in both private consultancy and the Northern Ireland Environment Agency (NIEA). Micheál is a qualified Environmental Scientist (Hons BSc) with a Diploma in Industrial Studies. Micheál has extensive skills in project management and has led works on large projects such as landfill construction and IED Permit applications.
Mr Frank Macfarlane is a graduate of the Open University (BSc Hons Environmental Studies) and the University of Ulster (MSc Environmental Management). Frank has worked as an environmental consultant in the commercial / private sector since graduation in 2007 (9 years), starting as an environmental technician and as his most recent position of senior environmental scientist.
Frank has provided environmental consultancy for numerous projects across Great Britain, Northern Ireland and Ireland, with a particular specialism in the assessment of brownfield and contaminated land. The scale of the projects Frank has been involved in range from single residential dwellings to large scale commercial and residential masterplans, with clients from both the public and private sector.
Frank is a full member of the Institute of Environmental Science.
Mrs Katherine Livingston is a graduate of the University of Glasgow (BSc Hons Earth Science) and Queen’s University, Belfast (MSc Environmental Engineering). Katherine completed her MSc dissertation in the environmental consultancy industry which lead to her first job as an Environmental Engineer / Scientist over 4 years ago.
Katherine began her career within the Hydrogeological sector and expanded from this into the Contaminated Land sector where she has gained experience working on a wide range of private and public sector projects. Katherine also has extensive experience in all aspects of environmental monitoring and field work relating to the waste industry and contaminated land assessment.