As property markets worldwide begin to recover from the economic crisis and tight credit conditions, property investment and development in many locations is starting to revive.
Sustainability, environmental protection, lifecycle performance and returns are key drivers for investors, developers, owners and tenants across both public and private sectors. Aurecon is addressing these wider issues which affect many property projects in which we are involved.
We provide multidisciplinary services across the entire project lifecycle, from master planning and the conducting of feasibility studies to engineering design documentation, construction supervision, and operations and maintenance, within the commercial, industrial, sports and leisure, and residential submarkets.
Whether dealing with difficult site conditions, overcoming the inherent challenges of tall buildings or the complexity of stadia design, Aurecon’s property team has built a reputation for lateral thinking and elegant design outcomes on mixed use developments, leisure resorts, defence projects, data centres, hospitals, prisons, retail, airport terminals, and education facilities. Support services include master planning, precinct planning and land infrastructure, the processing of satellite imagery, geotechnical investigations and analyses, topographical surveying and traffic impact studies, while our specialist fire, acoustic and façade engineers are providing market leading solutions for clients worldwide.
Our advanced modelling technology resolves complex planning and design issues, and can offer significant cost savings over the term of a project.
We design cost-effective, innovative solutions to meet the specific requirements of any project. Our quality assurance system ensures that our clients receive consistently excellent service throughout the lifecycle of a project.
Aurecon’s engineering and technical excellence has been recognised through many prestigious awards across property markets worldwide. These include awards for the Wembley Stadium in London, United Kingdom; the Te Puni Village in Wellington, New Zealand; the Qatar Science and Technology Park, United Arab Emirates, and the Central Terminal Building at OR Tambo International Airport in South Africa.