FIFTEEN50 | Our Home

Fifteen50 is lucky to call Echuca-Moama home. It’s where we started, where our families are from and where we developed our love and respect for the river.

The team is now split between Echuca-Moama and Melbourne, making us a bridge from the country to the city. Our roots have allowed the team to develop a unique approach to environmental consultancy; our established Melbourne base has given us an understanding of, and experience with, metropolitan clients.

Working across both offices is a team of inspired problem-solvers, focused on providing environmental consulting to stakeholders of all sizes and across all areas.

We have always known that what happens downstream affects towns and cities beyond the next bend. Healthy rivers mean healthy communities. As our climate changes and stewardship of our waterways becomes even more important, Fifteen50 looks forward to a healthier future together.

Our vision to have offices located both on the border of Victoria and NSW and in Melbourne, is both logistical and lifestyle related, and we know the welcoming nature of the local community in Echuca-Moama is just one of the reasons why young professionals are inspired to either move or work here.

At Fifteen50 we pride ourselves on attracting the right people to our team; those who are inspired to solve issues through sound engineering solutions and want to work to improve the communities impacted by our projects large and small.

Having one of our offices on the River Murray allows us to witness first-hand how prosperous regions are driven by healthy communities and healthy rivers.

We are privileged to support this prosperity through our projects and support of local sporting clubs and schools.
We care about community and care for the natural environment both where we live and work.

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We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of the land and waters on which we operate and work, the Yorta Yorta People and the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nation.

We pay our respects to Elders, Past, Present and emerging and recognise their continued connection to the land.