Projects 

 
A photo of Common User Facility-Techport A photo of Common User Facility-Techport

The Common User Facility is a national strategic asset that is playing a key role in the building of the new Air Warfare Destroyers for the Royal Australian Navy. More information >

Markets: Defence Expertise: Building servicesPorts and coastalProgramme and project delivery  

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: Business and 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  

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 planningBusiness and infrastructure advisory  

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  

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  

Lake Bonney Wind FarmLake Bonney Wind Farm

After the successful development of both the Lake Bonney Stage 1 (80.5MW) and Lake Bonney Stage 2 (159 MW) wind farm projects, Lake Bonney Wind Power, a subsidiary of Infigen energy, successfully commissioned the 39 MW Lake Bonney Stage 3 wind farm. More information >

Markets: Power generationRenewable energyEnergyConstruction Expertise: Environmental and community planningPower generationRenewable energyBusiness and infrastructure advisorySustainability  

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  

Aurecon played a leading role in the design of Queensland Health’s Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) which opened on the 28 September 2013. More information >

Markets: PropertyGovernment Expertise: Building sciencesBuilding structuresBuilding servicesBusiness and infrastructure advisoryInformation and communications technologyHealth  

Amazon Waterlilly PavillionAmazon Waterlilly Pavillion

The pavilion, housing the world's largest Amazon Waterlily, is a transparent glass structure performing the work ordinarily done by concrete and steel. More information >

Markets: Property Expertise: Environmental and community planningProgramme and project deliveryBuilding structuresBuilding sciencesBusiness and infrastructure advisory