Lyndsay is an environmental engineer and has been working with Alluvium since 2019. She is most passionate about reducing the impacts of communities on waterways, particularly on the health of rivers and estuarine waters.

Since joining the Sydney office, Lyndsay has worked on a range of waterway and catchment projects at Alluvium, developing a keen interest in geomorphology and catchment hydrology. She has provided analytical and engineering support for numerous hydrologic, river and coastal studies, and has worked on the design of water-sensitive urban design assets (WSUD), creek restoration, and gully and streambank stabilisation projects to improve waterway health and sediment reduction outcomes.

In 2023, Lyndsay undertook a 5-month secondment at NQ Dry Tropics in Townsville, where she worked on large-scale streambank and gully remediation projects in the Whitsunday Region under the Great Barrier Reef Foundation’s ‘Landholders Driving Change’ (LDC) Program, and also carried out gully maintenance and monitoring under funding from the Office of the Great Barrier Reef. Her work on the LDC Program involved the assessment of potential remediation sites using the Reef Trust Gully and Stream Bank Toolbox, coordination of contractors, cultural heritage assessment and funding body applications, as well as landholder liaison throughout the planning, design and construction phases of several large-scale remediation projects.

Lyndsay is competent with several programs including GIS, AutoCAD, MUSIC stormwater modelling, Civil3d and 12d earthworks modelling, and is currently developing skills in the use of RORB and HEC-RAS for hydrologic and hydraulic modelling.