Projects 

 
A photo of Hong Kong Airport Terminal Building

Aurecon in association with Mott MacDonald, was part of the consortium that undertook the design management, full engineering and systems design for the new passenger terminal building. More information >

Markets: TransportAirportsProperty Expertise: AirportsBuilding sciencesBuilding servicesBuilding structures  

Adelaide Oval Western GrandstandAdelaide Oval Western Grandstand

Aurecon provided total engineering services for the Western Grandstand Redevelopment comprising the partial demolition and reconstruction of the existing heritage listed western members’ grandstand. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisure Expertise: Building servicesBuilding structures  

Upgrading of Tuduma-Laela-Sumbawanga RoadUpgrading of Tuduma-Laela-Sumbawanga Road

Aurecon was the lead consultant for the detailed design, environmental impact assessment (EIA), social impact assessment (SIA) and preparation of tender documents for the upgrading of 230 km of this road. More information >

Markets: TransportRural transportGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planningRoads and highways  

Environmental Impact Assessment for the Kombolcha-Gundowein Major Road LinkEnvironmental Impact Assessment for the Kombolcha-Gundowein Major Road Link

In 2001 Aurecon undertook the EIA study for the Kombolcha to Gundowein Major Road Link Project for the Ethiopian Roads Authority (ERA). More information >

Markets: TransportGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planning  

Pre-feasibility study for the export of coal from the Mmamabula Coal FieldsPre-feasibility study for the export of coal from the Mmamabula Coal Fields

Botswana is a landlocked country and therefore, in order to export large quantities of coal, a viable rail export corridor will need to be established. The CIC Energy Corp. commissioned Aurecon to conduct a pre-feasibility study to investigate the viability of exporting approximately 10 Mtpa of export coal. More information >

Markets: TransportFreight, logistics and infrastructureGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planningGround engineering  

Hosea Kutako International AirportRehabilitation of Hosea Kutaku International Airport

Aurecon was appointed in 2008 to investigate the reason for moisture penetrating into the asphalt and to determine the extent of asphalt delamination. More information >

Markets: TransportAirportsGovernment Expertise: Airports  

Rehabilitation of the road between Namibe and LubangoRehabilitation of the road between Namibe and Lubango

The Angolan Government’s ‘Five Roads Project’ was established with the aim of improving select National Roads to a maintainable standard. The rehabilitation of the 78 km Namibe – Lubango road in the South which links the Namibe and Huila Province, formed part of this project. Aurecon was appointed to provide detailed design and tender documentation, construction supervision and contract management. More information >

Markets: TransportRural transportConstructionGovernment Expertise: Roads and highwaysProgramme and project management  

Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2Olifants River Water Resources Development Project Phase 2

The Olifants River Water Resources Development Project is an extensive water resource development project which will supply water for domestic and industrial (mining) use in the Limpopo Province. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Water resources managementWater and waste water treatmentProgramme and project managementEnvironmental and community planning  

Freight Movement Modelling

IMIS, Aurecon’s specialist statistical traffic research and consultancy business, was commissioned by the Victorian Department of Infrastructure in 2005 to specify, develop and demonstrate a supply chain and commodity-based freight movement model (FMM) for the city of Melbourne. More information >

Markets: TransportUrban transportFreight, logistics and infrastructureGovernment  

Haughton River Integrated Catchment Management PlanHaughton River Integrated Catchment Management Plan

The Haughton River Integrated Catchment Management Plan was a consultative project to develop strategies to improve management of the land and water in the Haughton River catchment between Ayr and Townsville in North Queensland. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Water resources managementEnvironmental and community planning