Adeola Ojo

Environmental Consultant/ Geo-Scientist

On joining CARES in 2015, after obtaining a BSc in Applied Geophysics from the University of Lagos, Nigeria,
she has participated in various Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs), water and wastewater quality
assessment and geotechnical surveys.

A driven Geoscientist with 5 years’ experience participating along-side
international multi-disciplinary teams in order to deliver environmental and
geotechnical studies to support development projects in Africa.
Adeola’s key strengths include preparing technical proposals and
presentations; eminent communication skills; quality assurance;
supporting in completing environmental impact assessments, positioning
surveying; geophysical and geotechnical investigations; report writing of
scientific investigation outcomes to determine impact; desktop review;
Environmental Assessments to gain regulatory approval and interpretation
of borehole and resistivity data.

On joining CARES in 2015, after obtaining a BSc in Applied Geophysics from the University of Lagos, Nigeria,
she has participated in various Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs), water and wastewater quality
assessment and geotechnical surveys.
As an Environmental Consultant for CARES, Adeola has been involved in:

  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for Petrolex Offshore Platform and Support Pipeline System
    and Refinery Projects: Sample collection & data gathering, data interpretation and report writing of the
    EIA.
  • HI, JK and HA Fields Shallow Water Offshore Geotechnical Survey: As an assistant positioning
    surveyor, provided and documented drill points coordinates and essential surveying and Metocean
    properties.
  • Potable Water and Wastewater Quality Assessment for Samsung Heavy Industries: On-site sampling
    and detailed report of findings of the investigation.
  • Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP) for IFAD Land Development Sites Project across
    3 LGAs in Niger State: Supported in the preparation of the draft and final EIA report.
  • UNICEF WASH Project for 120 Schools in Liberia: Participated in the interpretation of borehole logging
    and Electrical Resistivity data acquired from the project sites and supported in the preparation of the
    draft and final EIA report.
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Fabrication Yard and Quay Wall Construction at the LADOL
    Free Zone, Lagos, Nigeria: Participated in the on-site sampling and detailed report of findings of the
    investigation.
  • Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) of Remodelling of the Meridian Point, Lagos Harbour:
    Supported in the preparation of the final EIA report.
    Prior to joining CARES, she also participated in the geotechnical investigation of the EDC Building at the Lagos
    Business School.