MSc Engineering Geology (1st Class Hons), 2013
BSc Geology and Geography (Environmental Science), 2009
Charlotte has ten years experience in engineering geological and contaminated site investigation across the Canterbury, West Coast and Nelson regions.
Charlotte was involved with Christchurch-wide site assessment following the Christchurch earthquakes and since joining DO in 2012, she has been involved in a variety of geotechnical projects including both residential and large commercial developments. Her areas of experience include planning and management of site investigations, ground model development and site characterisation, geotechnical hazard assessments, geomorphological mapping, liquefaction and lateral spreading assessments, construction supervision and site monitoring, and foundation design.
Charlotte also works on contaminated sites in site investigation, risk assessment, remediation and consenting, and sites associated with asbestos, petroleum hydrocarbons, pesticide use, and closed landfills.
Charlotte is experienced in reporting to meet the requirements of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE, 2012) guidelines for Christchurch, the Resource Management Act (RMA, 1991) and the National Environmental Standard for Assessing and Managing Contaminants in Soil to Protect Human Health (NESCS, 2011).
Interests outside of work
In the weekends Charlotte enjoys spending time outdoors, especially tramping, or trail running, and pottering in her vege garden.