science [+] design.
Our core disciplines complement one another throughout our process and drive our “science plus design” mantra. We integrate scientific rigor with creative design to deliver a high quality service with innovation and integrity. As a values driven organisation we always consider the relationship between people, the environment, the economy and how we can contribute to a better global future.
Our vision is to be a leader in science and design services to contribute to a more resilient and sustainable future.
science [+] design.
understanding through science, interaction through design.
Ecoscape recognises that to be a modern organisation we must be proactive in achieving sustainability in all its forms, including developing sustainable relationships with clients and communities.
Ecoscape’s commitment to customer service is captured in its Company Values:
- CAN do culture (Creative Adaptable Nimble)
- Be curious and seek the new
- Embrace quirky, have fun and be passionate
- Be one team one company with commitment
- Create a service vibe
- Be open and supportive
- Respect importance of integrity and quality.
corporate social responsibility.
We acknowledge the prior and ongoing custodianship of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people of Australia, and we have a demonstrated commitment to closing the gaps between opportunities for Aboriginal Australians and the wider population. Through partnering with our clients, we look for and encourage opportunities to work with indigenous representatives to create a legacy of sustainable Indigenous participation, framed by cultural respect, that includes, training, recruitment, retention and enterprise development embedded in the design process, implementation and outcomes. Our team has found the best way to harness cultural resources is through deep listening and collaboration with a wide range of community members. Our collaborative ‘reciprocal learning’ approach has the benefits of building skills, knowledge, and a stronger community amongst all involved.
Ecoscape is on a path to becoming 100% employee owned as part of an Employee Stock Ownership Program or ESOP. Ecoscape’s ESOP and the ownership culture it fosters creates many benefits for employee-owners that in turn benefit our clients. Doing business with us means that every team member you talk to is either an owner or on a path to becoming an owner. Our team has a deep, personal, and professional interest in the success of the company and its clients.
Ecoscape is a member of the Environmental Consultants Association (ECA) and abides by the professional code of conduct of the association.
Members of Ecoscape staff are affiliated with the following organisations:
The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) Visit AILA
Urban Development Institute of Australia (UDIA) Visit UDIA
The Australian Association of Bush Regenerators (AABR) Visit AABR
International Association of Landscape Ecologists (Australasian chapter) Visit IALE
Ecological Society of Australia (ESA) Visit ESA
Mapping Science Institute Australia (MSIA) Visit MSIA
Society for Ecological Restoration (SER) Visit SER
Revegetation Industry Association of Western Australia (RIAWA) Visit RIAWA
Goldfields Environmental Management Group (GEMG) Visit GEMG
Australian Society of Limnology (ASL) Visit ASL
Ecoscape implements a comprehensive set of quality control measures across all aspects of the Company’s operation and has maintained Quality Assurance ISO 9001 certification since 2007. Ecoscape’s certification covers the Quality Management System for the provision of consulting services in:
- environmental sciences – biological services, environmental impact assessments, management plans and expert witness
- landscape architecture – site and visual analysis, landscape planning, urban design, contract management and expert witness.
Prior to issuing each deliverable Ecoscape conduct an internal design, technical and editorial review process by a senior staff member.
9 Stirling Highway
North Fremantle WA 6159
+61 8 9430 8955
Ecoscape offices are located in Walyalup on the northern banks of the Derbal Yerrigan, on the traditional lands of the Whadjuk people of the Noongar nation. We work on many lands throughout Australia and acknowledge the Traditional Owners of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connection to land, sea and community and pay our respects to their cultures, ancestors and Elders.