Projects 

 
Hunter StadiumHunter Stadium COURTESY OF EJE Architecture

Originally opened in 1970 by Queen Elizabeth II, Newcastle’s Hunter Stadium required a redevelopment of its Western Grandstand. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisureConstruction Expertise: Building sciencesBuilding servicesBuilding structures  

Callide Oxyfuel Australian Energy and Utility SummitCallide Oxyfuel Australian Energy and Utility Summit

The world’s first clean coal project involves retrofitting the existing Callide A Power Station to enable oxy-fuel combustion and carbon dioxide capture. More information >

Markets: Energy Expertise: Power generation  

SH20 Waterview ConnectionSH20 Waterview Connection

The SH20 Waterview Connection in Auckland forms part of the Western Ring Route (WRR), New Zealand’s largest transport project and a ‘road of national significance’. More information >

Markets: TransportUrban transport Expertise: Ground engineeringRoads and highways  

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  

Sunderland Wastewater TreatmentSunderland Wastewater Treatment

The Sunderland Ridge Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) is located 15 km west of the Centurion Central Business District. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernmentConstruction Expertise: Water and waste water treatmentProgramme and project management  

Nam Theun 2Nam Theun 2

The Nam Theun 2 Hydroelectric Project involved construction of a 1070MW hydroelectric power station in the Nam Theun River catchment in central Laos. More information >

Markets: EnergyWaterPower generationRenewable energyGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planningWater and waste water treatmentGround engineering  

Department of International Relations and CooperationDepartment of International Relations and Cooperation

The DIRCO project was a flagship Public-Private Partnership contract which showcased Aurecon’s engineering capabilities. The outcome is a landmark building that is a fitting emblem of South Africa’s new democracy and successfully provided the Department of International Relations and Cooperation with a ‘home’ in which to enact its vision. More information >

Markets: PropertyCommercial office buildings Expertise: Building structures  

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: Building servicesBuilding structuresEnvironmental and community planning  

A photo of urban search and rescue in JapanA photo of urban search and rescue in Japan

After working in Christchurch following the 2011 earthquakes, members of our team assisted in the search and rescue efforts in Japan following an earthquake and tsunami. More information >

Markets: International development assistanceGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planningGround engineeringBuilding structures