Julie Drew-Murphy is a Director in RCG’s London office. She has extensive experience in renewables having worked in the sector since 2003 and provides clients with expert technical support for the development and delivery of renewables projects.
Mrs Drew-Murphy has a proven track record in managing large multi-disciplinary teams to deliver consents and consents compliance for offshore wind and other renewables technologies. She is an expert in UK consent regimes and the technical issues associated with development.
Mrs Drew-Murphy has a wealth of experience within the utility and consultancy sectors and has held multiple roles in both technical and management positions, leading projects from feasibility through to construction and operation. She has delivered environmental impact assessments, consents and permits, for both the onshore and offshore assets associated with wind farm development, for some of the worlds largest offshore wind farms. This has included the development and management of offshore and onshore surveys, production and review of technical reports and consent applications and leading projects through examination and post application phases. Mrs Drew-Murphy has expert knowledge and has managed consents and permits under a multitude of regimes. In addition to the application for consents, she has managed post-consent compliance during construction and is also highly skilled at stakeholder liaison. As well as the development of offshore wind Mrs Drew-Murphy has managed numerous site identification assignments for clients using RCG’s bespoke tools and methodologies.
Mrs Drew-Murphy trained as a marine biologist. She has qualifications in project management, the implementation of environmental management systems, and in business leadership and management.
- Consent support, offshore wind
- Provided expert consents support during the construction of two offshore wind farms in the North Sea. This included consent compliance management and monitoring of contractors, seeking additional licences for works and management of environmental monitoring campaigns.
- Site identification and bid support
- Managed the process of constraints mapping and analysis to identify potential sites for offshore wind development and ongoing support to the client for the preparation of bid documentation as part of the Scotwind leasing process for offshore wind in Scottish waters.
- Support Environmental Clerk of Works
- Provided support Environmental Clerk of Works (ECOW) to the main ECOW during the construction of the Beatrice Offshore Wind Farm. Managing and monitoring compliance with the consents.