Projects 

 
Rural Roads in the Maranoa Region, QueenslandRural Roads in the Maranoa Region, Queensland

Maranoa Regional Council has appointed Aurecon to provide engineering services for the upgrade of more than 80 kilometres of rural roads in Queensland’s Roma region. More information >

Markets: TransportOil and GasGovernment Expertise: Roads and highways  

Hamer HallHamer Hall

The award-winning Hamer Hall is home to the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, and the redesign is the first part of a substantial rethinking of the Arts Centre complex and its neighbourhood. More information >

Markets: Property  

University of Adelaide Innova 21University of Adelaide Innova 21

As part of an ambitious development programme, the University of Adelaide wanted to create a world class facility. More information >

Markets: Property  

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: Rail and rail systemsWater and wastewater treatmentBulk transportPower transmission and distributionEnvironmental managementMine services  

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 managementProgramme and project managementDamsWater resources management  

Rebuilding of the main and secondary runways, taxiways and hardstand areas at Waterkloof Air Force BaseRebuilding of the main and secondary runways, taxiways and hardstand areas at Waterkloof Air Force Base

The Department of Public Works required the upgrading of Waterkloof Air Force Base due to its strategic and national importance. More information >

Markets: DefenceTransportConstruction Expertise: AirportsGround engineering  

Central Terminal at OR Tambo International AirportCentral Terminal at OR Tambo International Airport

The completion of the new CTB was vital for the success of the 2010 FIFA World Cup as the airport served as the key point of entry to and from South Africa, forming a literal 'gateway to Africa' for all tourists. More information >

Markets: TransportAirportsPropertyConstructionGovernment Expertise: AirportsBuilding design  

University of South AfricaUniversity of South Africa

The first phase of construction at the University of South Africa’s (UNISA) Muckleneuk campus began in the early 1970s, while the Sunnyside campus was obtained in the 1980s. More information >

Markets: ConstructionGovernmentProperty Expertise: Environmental management  

Volclay Siam Bentonite Expansion ProjectVolclay Siam Bentonite Expansion Project

Volclay International (a division of AMCOL) needed to substantially increase their bentonite production capacity and range of products at their Volclay Siam (Volclay) facility. More information >

Markets: Manufacturing Expertise: ManufacturingProgramme and project management  

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 managementProgramme and project managementInfrastructure advisoryBuilding design