Neil Dufty’s book included in New Reads – Meet the Authors Event

Company Principal Neil Dufty’s book on Disaster Education, Communication and Engagement has been included for a meet-the-author event at the 2021 Natural Hazards Workshop organised by the Natural Hazards Center, University of Colorado. Neil’s book provides an evidence-based guide for designing targeted disaster education plans and programs for local communities. […] Read more »

FMA Conference Presentations

Four members of the Molino Stewart team recently presented at the 2021 FMA National Conference. Filippo Dall’Osso presented a review of Australian models for predicting direct tangible flood damages and Neil Dufty presented a case study of community preparedness and flood response in the Wimmera region. Steven Molino and Kelsey […] Read more »

Parramatta Footbridge and Cycleway REF

Molino Stewart prepared an REF for an innovatively designed pedestrian footbridge over the Parramatta River. Key issues included its visual impacts and potential construction impacts on ecologically significant mangroves. The REF was originally completed in 2017 based on concept plans. Our work included the REF, a terrestrial ecology and aquatic […] Read more »

Parramatta Light Rail Audit

Molino Stewart was approved by DPIE and appointed by TfNSW as the independent environmental auditor for the construction of the Parramatta Light Rail (PLR) project. We recently conducted the second of four annual environmental audits which included auditing TfNSW’s management role as well as two separate construction works contracts. The […] Read more »

Widemere Construction and Demolition Recycling Facility Independent Environmental Audit

Molino Stewart recently undertook an independent environmental audit of the Widemere Construction and Demolition Recycling Facility (hereafter referred to as Widemere Facility). Operating since 2002, the Widemere Facility acts as Boral's largest recycling centre in NSW. The audit reviewed the project’s performance via systems, records, procedures and site observations in […] Read more »

Steven Molino Praised for Valuable Flood Evidence during the Parramatta Powerhouse Museum Parliamentary Inquiry

Earlier this month, Molino Stewart Principal Steven Molino again appeared before the Select Committee on the Government's management of the Powerhouse Museum and other museums and cultural projects in New South Wales to give evidence regarding flood risks. Steven had previously submitted a report summarising the flood risks of the […] Read more »

Flood Risk Management in Australia

Company Principal Neil Dufty recently wrote an article summarising Floodplain Risk Management (FRM) in Australia. Part of a comprehensive review of flood risk management in five mature economies by insurer IAG, this report details the successes and areas for improvement in the Australian FRM system. A thorough overview of the state […] Read more »