Delighted to say EMEC have appointed Lauren Frazer as our newest Project Manager.
Lauren has been appointed to help EMEC project manage a major contract which involves carrying out soil sampling across various sites across England. The surveys will support the reporting on the state of England’s soils, and inform future regeneration developments.
Prior to joining EMEC, Lauren was a key account manager at Mitie for 6 years working across a variety of industry sectors with a landscapes commercial focus. She also holds a BA(Hons) degree from Leeds Beckett University.
Established in 1991, EMEC is a one stop shop for specialist ecology, biodiversity, land management and arboriculture services. Notable clients include Severn Trent Water, Nottingham City Council and Center Parcs
Over recent months EMEC has been recruiting heavily, having won some significant major infrastructure, habitat creation and restoration contracts. Within the last month, EMEC has appointed 9 new seasonal and full-time ecologists.
Commenting on her decision to join EMEC, Lauren said “I’m excited to be joining EMEC to manage the England Ecosystem Survey. I was searching for the opportunity to work in an area which aligns with my personal interests and values, as well as the chance to have a wider positive impact on the natural environment.”
Adding, Ed Tripp, Consultancy Director at EMEC said “EMEC is entering an exciting growth period, having won some significant contracts with major companies. It is therefore essential we recruit the right people to help us continue our role as experts in ecology, biodiversity, land management and arboriculture. Lauren is a fantastic addition to our project management team.”
In her spare time Lauren supports a local business by volunteering on an alpaca farm. She is also keen traveller having climbed the Sydney Harbour Bridge and has worked at Universal Orlando Florida as part of the opening team of The Wizarding World of Harry Potter!
A wholly owned subsidiary of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, all EMEC’s profits are gift aided to the Trust to support nature conservation. Over the last 30 years, EMEC has gift-aided over £1m to Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s (NWT) which has been used to fund habitat conservation work across nature reserves under the management of NWT and other wildlife conservation activities and campaigns.