I & T Pvt. Ltd – the island of Randheli was being developed for a high end hotel chain, with a number of islands being reclaimed.
Seamarc designed the structures and are consultant to the project on a long term basis.
EIA and surveys for the construction of a causeway between the islands of G. Dh. Madaveli and G. Dh. Hoandedhdhoo.
The two islands are located on a same reef system south of the airport island of Kadedhdhoo.
A report was prepared on the ecological indicators for conservation in Baa Atoll, as part of UNDP’s Atoll Ecosystem Conservation Project.
A comprehensive survey of the island was carried out, to assess and mitigate the environmental consequences of the redevelopment.
An Environmental Impact Assessment Report was also produced.
The island was proposed for the development of a 150 room resort, and Seamarc was commissioned to survey the island and produce a detailed EIA, along with proposed coastal management solutions.
Environmental Impact Assessments on resort development at Herethere, along with a channel dredging survey.
Environmental Impact assessments, coastline management and the ongoing Reefscapers coral propagation project.
Working with the dredging company Boskalis, on various projects from 2006 – 2010
Ongoing projects include our largest Reefscapers coral propagation programme, and management of the Marine Discovery Centre (with marine aquarium and fish laboratory, and extensive sea turtle rescue & rehabilitation facilities).
Details of some of our miscellaneous projects, including software coding, book translations and the construction of our safari boat NOAH.
Ongoing projects include Reefscapers coral propagation and management of the Marine Discovery Centre (with sea turtle rearing & rescue)
IT development project (national telecommunications) and Tsunami Emergency Assistance – sewerage solution for the island of Kulhudhufushi.
We are the current environmental auditors for Reethi Beach, and implemented coastal protection using geo-bags way back in the year 2000 – one of the first projects of its type in the Maldives.