WHO WE ARE
Established in 2013, PSK Environmental Pty Ltd (PSK) is a client focused environmental consultancy firm which has grown to become one of the leaders in the field of Acid Sulfate Soils. Based in South East Queensland, PSK are industry specialists providing environmental, land resource assessment and management services to resource, civil, industrial and government sectors.
Our Principal Consultants are recognised in industry and include Certified Professional Soil Scientists (CPSS) and a former certified Lead Environmental Auditor with the Registrar Accreditation Board and Quality Society of Australasia (RABQSA). Our Principal Consultants hold, or have held, positions at Griffith University having lectured in Environmental Engineering and in Acid Sulfate Soils.
Our Consulting Directors are actively involved in the environmental community through industry committee membership, mentoring industry members, supervising student research projects and presenting at forums. Our involvement also includes holding elected leadership positions on industry associations including the past Presidency of the Queensland Branch of Soil Science Australia (SSA).
PSK Environmental is a member company of Australian Contaminated Land Consultants Association (ACLCA) and PSK staff are members of the Australasian Land & Groundwater Association (ALGA), Soil Science Australia (SSA), and the Environmental Institute of Australia and New Zealand (EIANZ).
The preservation of soil and water underpins everything that we do at PSK.
We honour our mission by delivering technical excellence for each and every client we work with. But we don’t stop there. We believe that our knowledge and passion should be shared with the broader community; to guide, connect and thrive.
We have a lot of fun and love what we do.
The late Henry Parsons, a founding Director at PSK, enjoyed Greek philosophy and designed PSK’s logo using alchemy symbols. He chose the alchemy symbols for earth and water which represent the key elements that PSK aims to preserve through our consultancy services.
Henry chose the colour maroon to represent the rich red soils commonly found in Queensland.