Projects 

 
Asteron CentreAsteron Centre

The Asteron Centre is Wellington’s largest office building at 49,000 metres square, 12 levels high, and housing more than 2,700 workers. More information >

Markets: Property Expertise: Building servicesBuilding sciencesSustainability  

Aurecon was appointed as owner’s engineer for the construction phase of the 60.8 megawatt wind farm in Kenya’s Kinangop region. More information >

Markets: Energy Expertise: Power generationSustainability  

Aurecon played the role of structural engineer for the Newtown Junction project in Johannesburg, Gauteng. More information >

Markets: Property Expertise: Building structures  

The New Execujet Hangar and the Carpark Building Upgrade were a part of Wellington International Airport's NZ$14.9 million 2011 capital works expenditure. Aurecon was engaged by the airport operators to deliver both projects. More information >

Markets: PropertyTransport Expertise: Airports  

A photo of Post flood reconstruction

Aurecon provided comprehensive support in state-wide flood recovery, following Queensland floods in 2010 and 2011. More information >

Markets: Government Expertise: Infrastructure advisory  

A photo of Seven17 Bourke StreetA photo of Seven17 Bourke Street

Situated on the corner of Bourke Street and Wurundjeri Way, in Melbourne, Seven17 Bourke Street links Southern Cross Station, Aurora Lane and Etihad Stadium in Melbourne’s Docklands precinct. More information >

Markets: PropertyCommercial office buildingsSports and leisure Expertise: Building sciencesBuilding servicesBuilding structures  

Johnsonville tunnel clearance assessment

With the new Matangi passenger trains confirmed for the Wellington network, there was a need to upgrade the Johnsonville Railway line to allow the new, larger units to replace the 1930s’ English Electric trains. More information >

Markets: ConstructionTransportUrban transport Expertise: Land infrastructureRail and rail systemsTunnelsGeospatial systems  

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 managementGround engineering  

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: Ground engineering  

ASA Chrome Benefication PlantASA Chrome Benefication Plant

Aurecon formed part of a joint venture to deliver the ASA Chrome Beneficiation Plant through a modified engineering, procurement and construction project. More information >

Markets: ManufacturingConstruction Expertise: Programme and project managementManufacturingBuilding services