Projects 

 
Shanghai ExpoShanghai Expo

Each country attending the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai constructed a pavilion that presented the most distinctive elements of their lifestyle and culture to a world audience. More information >

Markets: PropertyGovernment Expertise: Building servicesBuilding structures  

World TowerWorld Tower

When completed in 2004, the 260-metre World Tower was a distinctive feature of Sydney’s skyline and was Australia’s tallest residential building. More information >

Markets: PropertyResidential Expertise: Building structures  

A photo of Royal North shore HospitalA photo of Royal North shore Hospital

The Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney underwent a redevelopment encompassing a 96 000m², nine-floor acute facility. More information >

Markets: PropertyGovernment Expertise: Building servicesPower generationHealth  

Mirdiff Interchange

Aurecon was appointed to undertake the design and construction supervision of an improved interchange for the residential areas of Mirdiff, Al Muhaisanah and Al Mezhar to the southeast of the Dubai city centre. More information >

Markets: TransportUrban transportConstructionGovernment Expertise: RoadsBusiness and infrastructure advisoryProgramme and project delivery  

Maguga Dam on the Komati RiverMaguga Dam on the Komati River

The Lomati and Komati Rivers in the eastern lowveld of the southern African region fall under the Komati Basin Water Authority, a bi-national agency created by South Africa and Swaziland to regulate the supply of water to the adjacent communities and extensive agricultural lands of both countries. Maguga Dam is the largest component in the system, located in a mountainous area 12 km south of Piggs Peak on the Komati River. More information >

Markets: WaterEnergyRenewable energy Expertise: Environmental and community planningProgramme and project deliveryBulk water and damsRenewable energyWater resources management  

Lekki-Epe Expressway Toll RoadLekki-Epe Expressway Toll Road

The Epe Expressway is a watershed project in that it is the first PPP and privately funded toll road project in Nigeria and holds the distinction of being the first private toll project in Africa outside of South Africa. Aurecon, along with our joint venture partners, were novated by LCC to Hitech Construction as the Designer and Quality Assurance and Quality Control for the EPCM Contractor. Works commenced in January 2007, with completion scheduled for the end of 2011. More information >

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

Pacific Regional HIV AIDSPacific Regional HIV AIDS

The PRHP, funded by AusAID, aimed to strengthen the capacity of governments, non-government organisations (NGOs) and communities, by promoting the necessary linkages to develop effective and sustainable responses to HIV/AIDS. More information >

Markets: International development assistanceGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planningProgramme and project deliveryBusiness and infrastructure advisory  

Falcon Street BridgeFalcon Street Bridge

The Falcon Street Pedestrian and Cyclist Facilities Project was initiated by the Roads and Traffic Authority of New South Wales (RTA) to separate pedestrian and cyclist movements from the traffic flows in the vicinity of Falcon Street, North Sydney. More information >

Markets: TransportUrban transportGovernment Expertise: RoadsGround engineering  

Malawi Poverty Alleviation Food Security ProgrammeMalawi Poverty Alleviation Food Security Programme

Aurecon was tasked with the implementation of the pilot phase of the Public Works Programme (PWP), funded by the European Union (EU), from 2001 to 2005 in nine Central Region districts of Malawi. More information >

Markets: International development assistanceGovernment Expertise: Programme and project deliveryEnvironmental and community planningBusiness and infrastructure advisory  

Biomass ProjectBiomass Project

Aurecon was retained by Western Australia Biomass Pty Ltd to facilitate the planning and environmental approval process for a proposed biomass power generation plant in Diamond Mill, Western Australia. More information >

Markets: Renewable energyEnergyGovernment Expertise: Renewable energyEnvironmental and community planningPower generation