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TETRIX Ecology is an expert professional ecological consultancy that provides specialist ecological services to public sector and private clients.
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Commercially Focussed, Technically Excellent

 

OUR philosophy

Our philosophy is simple; clients deserve a high standard of service that doesn’t cost the earth and this is what we seek to offer.

"TETRIX Ecology offers free consultations to walk you through your needs, the scope of your goals and your available budget"

 

OUR CORE VALUES 

Cost-consciousness

 

We believe a great service doesn’t have to cost the earth.

Innovation

 

We seek to inspire by identifying novel ideas and solutions, which collectively add new value to our client’s projects.

 

Integrity and accountability

 

We seek to offer a transparent, professional service and understand that we are responsible for ensuring our clients are always fully informed about their projects, so that decisions can be made based on a full-picture view, rather than just part of it.

Partnership

 

Our goal is to establish win-win partnerships with our clients; we’re in this for the long haul.

Quality

 

Our mission is to offer a service that is technically excellent.

 

THE TEAM

GRAHAM SENNHAUSER (NÉE RANKIN)
Principal Ecologist | Managing Director
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Graham prides himself on being dynamic, commercially focused, and technically excellent having worked for 21 years in the fields of environmental consultancy and wildlife conservation. Graham has successfully managed the ecological and ornithological deliverables for a range of commercial, transport, renewable, mining and utility projects, including a number of ‘high profile’ projects, for example, the Tegout Copper / Molybdenum mine in Armenia and Forth Replacement Crossing in Scotland. Through his previous project experience, Graham has gained valuable knowledge in field survey, report writing, mitigation development, monitoring and licensing, preparation of feasibility, scoping and fee proposals, and personnel co-ordination, logistics and team management of up to 15 ecologists and sub-contractors. Graham has additional experience in the production of documents for public enquiry, in addition to reviewing and auditing internal and external reports and other documentation.

 

Graham holds an honours degree in Biology and a masters degree in Rural Resource Management. In addition, as a licensed bat worker and ornithologist, he holds a valid SNH Bat Roost Licence and separate Schedule 1 Bird Licence. Graham also maintains a range of relevant professional affiliations and memberships, and regularly contributes to voluntary conservation work and ecological research.