Environmental and social project management


Where a given infrastructure project or development programme has already addressed environmental and social considerations in planning and regulatory documents, there is subsequently a need for a team of competent, knowledgeable environmental and social project managers and specialists who possess a clear understanding of the full spectrum of environmental and social sustainability issues.

Projects and programmes that contain significant environmental and social impacts, it is important to ensure that project aims are achieved. High quality management of these impacts can often benefit from the accountability and transparency which is provided by external project managers.

Added value

Our team of environmental and social project managers and specialists can help turn plans and programmes into actions with tangible results, ensuring that your project stays on track and meets deadlines as well as key financial, environmental and social objectives.

At Moore Stephens, we are able to offer the international credibility and quality assurance of a Top 10 firm, combined with an in-depth understanding of the local and national context. We have a network of firms internationally, ensuring there is a national presence at project locations. Alongside this, we possess a large network of experienced national and international environmental and social specialists to support project delivery.

Our team can support you to:
  • prepare and execute environmental and social management plans, resettlement action plans and other key environmental and social management documentation;
  • source experienced environmental and social specialists for key project needs, specialising in emerging economies;
  • ensure appropriate levels of transparency and accountability on environmental and social issues throughout the project life cycle;
  • capacity building and development of environmental and social teams;
  • manage and support environmental and social projects; examples of key sectors include:
    -    mining and extractives;
    -    energy and renewables;
    -    construction and property;
    -    roads, rail and airports;
    -    ports and marine works;
    -    natural resource management;
    -    water resource management.