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crcCARE Webinar: Principles of Indicative Remediation Costing (Free)

Join us for an exciting FREE 1-hour webinar packed with insights on how to estimate the indicative costs of engineering and process-based remediation. Discover where to focus value engineering at the early stages of project development and gain the knowledge you need to take your projects to the next level. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to supercharge your skills and learn from the experts!

Why attend this webinar?

The objective of this webinar is to define and understand:

  • Understand how source removal and pathway interruption technologies are costed
  • Understand how fixed, volume-dependent, and time-dependent cost components are built up
  • Appreciate the role of combining technologies to reduce overall project costs
  • Appreciate where value engineering exercises can reduce remediation costs without compromising risk-reduction targets
  • Appreciate the extra value that can be released by integrating remediation into the overall construction process
  • Appreciate why risk and remediation costs are not directly related.
  • Understand the role of the quantity surveyor
  • This webinar can be used towards continuing professional development (CPD) points. (Please check with your certification scheme re CPD points.)

Who should attend?

The webinar is of interest to regulators, industry professionals, developers and consultants, particularly those in the early stages of their career as they begin to take responsibility for building outline budget estimates for remediation costs to secure budgets or prepare requests for tenders.


The webinar will be held online via Zoom.

Date: 19-4-2023

Time: 3:00 PM – 4:00 AM AEST (Sydney Time)



Meet your presenter

Paul Nathanail

Land Quality Management ltd, UK

Paul Nathanail is recognised as one of the world’s leading contaminated land practitioners. Paul is known for a robust, evidence-based approach to resolving problems. He has combined being a University Professor and consultant for some 30 years and is passionate about sharing knowledge.

He was part of the team that developed the Normal Background Concentration levels used in UK contaminated land legislation. He has developed the UK’s most widely used soil screening levels, developed toxicological tools to support challenging regulatory decisions, led the drafting of AS ISO 18504:2022, wrote the UK guidance on asbestos in soil and is currently leading the drafting of UK guidance on PFAS in soil and water.

He has worked on several projects in Australia and sits on the ALGA special interest groups on auditors, sustainable remediation and asbestos. He chairs the board of the Specialist in Land Condition Register – the nearest UK equivalent to an auditor.

His company, Land Quality Management Ltd, has been using sound science to deliver defensible decisions since 1997.

Paul Natahnail