Projects 

 
A photo of Windsor Flood Evacuation RouteA photo of Windsor Flood Evacuation Route

The Roads and Traffic Authority of NSW (RTA) initiated the development of a new flood evacuation route for the town of Windsor in Sydney’s north-west. More information >

Markets: TransportWaterConstruction Expertise: Environmental and community planningRoadsGround engineeringProgramme and project deliveryBulk water and damsLand infrastructure  

A photo of Eyre PeninsulaA photo of Eyre Peninsula

The 132 kilovolt transmission line was recently upgraded without lost time safety incidents or interruption of supply, ahead of schedule and within budget. More information >

Markets: EnergyTransmission and distribution Expertise: Power transmission and distribution  

A photo of Garrision health services

Aurecon was engaged to project manage, develop and implement of a consolidated suite of contracts for the delivery of Garrison and Allied Health Services to Defence Entitled Personnel. More information >

Markets: Defence Expertise: Programme and project delivery  

A photo of Nelson Mandela Bay StadiumA photo of Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Aurecon was part of the structural design team consortium that created this magnificent sports stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisure Expertise: Building structures  

MoatizeMoatize

Some of the world’s richest coal deposits are located at Moatize in the Tete Province of Mozambique. Vale has held the concession since 2004 to explore coal deposits in this region for the next 25 years. Aurecon was engaged to deliver the infrastructure for the first phase of the mine. More information >

Markets: Resources  Expertise: RailRoadsWater and waste water treatmentBulk water and damsBulk material facilitiesPower transmission and distributionEnvironmental and community planningLand infrastructureMining infrastructureBuilding sciencesBuilding servicesBuilding structures  

Joint Maputo River Basin StudyJoint Maputo River Basin Study

The Governments of the Republic of Mozambique, the Republic of South Africa and the Kingdom of Swaziland have been collaborating in terms of the management and joint development of the shared Maputo River Basin. Aurecon carried out the hydrological, water quality, system yield analysis, water resources assessment and GIS components of the project, as well as provided overall technical management and contributing to environmental studies. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Water resources managementBulk water and damsBusiness and infrastructure advisoryEnvironmental and community planning  

Cunene River BridgeCunene River Bridge

The new Cunene Bridge is currently the longest bridge in Angola, and lies on the major arterial road linking the main cities of Lubango and Ondjiva in south-western Angola. More information >

Markets: TransportConstructionGovernment Expertise: RoadsBusiness and infrastructure advisoryProgramme and project delivery  

Defence Material Organisation Strategic Reform ProgrammeDefence Material Organisation Strategic Reform Programme

The Electronic Systems Division (ESD) is responsible for acquiring and sustaining the Defence Materiel Organisation’s (DMO) wide range of electronic systems. More information >

Markets: Defence Expertise: Programme and project deliveryEnvironmental and community planningBusiness and infrastructure advisory  

Algoa Reconciliation StudyAlgoa Reconciliation Study

Aurecon, in association with AfriCoast, PDG, Groundwater Africa, and Scherman & Colloty, was appointed by the DWA to undertake this project. Key to the strategy was the identification and development of innovative interventions that could be implemented to increase the yield of already limited local water resources to meet the anticipated future requirements. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planningWater resources managementBusiness and infrastructure advisory  

Tillegra DamTillegra Dam

Tillegra Dam was proposed to provide water security for the half a million residents of the Lower Hunter Valley and provide at least 50 years of growth potential for the region. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Water resources managementBulk water and damsEnvironmental and community planning