Corina Colleran

Position: Company Director
Qualifications: B. Sc. (Environment)

Corina was one of the founding directors of Keville & O’Sullivan Associates Ltd. now McCarthy Keville O’Sullivan Ltd., having completed a B.Sc. in Environmental Science at NUI, Galway in 2000. Corina’s experience to-date has centred on project and environmental management, and supervision of ecological planning, habitat mapping and ecological impact assessment projects.  She has acted as Project Supervisor on over 150 ecological assessments with the company and all Habitat Directive Assessments completed to date. This work has required liaison and coordination with government agencies and bodies, technical project teams with various sub-consultants. 

Corina has also supervised a number of public awareness projects with various Local Authorities, including the production of an Environmental Handbook which has been distributed to all landowners in Co. Clare in 2007 and delivery of Biodiversity Training to local communities in East Co. Galway in 2009. Major recent ecological projects have included supervision of ecological consultation of over sixty Group Water Scheme projects in Counties Galway, Mayo and Clare. She is currently supervising habitat directive assessments projects for 30 sites being completed by McCarthyKOS for the second consecutive year on behalf of the OPW. In addition, significant ecological projects are currently being completed under her supervision on behalf of Westmeath County Council and Athlone Town Council in relation to Mains Drainage in Athlone, and also on behalf of the National Roads Authority and Galway County Council in relation to proposed road schemes in Co. Galway, where McCarthyKOS are the lead ecological consultants.

Corina's areas of expertise :

  • Project Management
  • Environmental Impact Assessment
  • Ecological Survey
  • Ecological Planning
  • Environmental Education

Contact Details: ccolleran@mccarthykos.ie

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