Projects 

 
A picture of the redeveloped The Towers in Cape Town South Africa courtesy Boogertman & PartnersA model of The Towers

Aurecon demonstrated the effectiveness of BIM technology when appointed as structural engineer on “The Towers” redevelopment project in Cape Town, South Africa. More information >

Markets: Building information modelling (BIM)PropertyCommercial office buildings Expertise: Building servicesBuilding sciencesBuilding structures  

A photo of Dulux Gracefield Site RedevelopmentA photo of Dulux Gracefield Site Redevelopment

In 2009, Dulux moved to increase water based paint production capability and eliminate production of solvent based paint at the Gracefield site rather than pursue an expensive greenfield development. More information >

Markets: ManufacturingPropertyLight Industrial Expertise: Building sciencesBuilding servicesBuilding structuresManufacturingGround engineeringWater and waste water treatmentLand infrastructure  

A photo of Malmesbury Wastewater

Due to sustained growth in the town of Malmesbury, the wastewater treatment works is being upgraded to a 10 megalitre per day membrane bioreactor (MBR) plant. More information >

Markets: Water Expertise: Water and waste water treatment  

Onkaparinga Valley BridgeOnkaparinga Valley Bridge

The Seaford Rail Extension Project involves the construction of 5.7 kilometres of dual electrified track on Adelaide’s southern suburban railway line. More information >

Markets: TransportUrban transport Expertise: RailGround engineering  

Meydan Racecourse DevelopmentMeydan Racecourse Development

The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority appointed Aurecon, in joint venture with Al Burj Engineering Consultants, for the design, tender documentation and construction supervision for the required road network and bridges. More information >

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

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: RoadsProgramme and project delivery  

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  

Vaalharts Irrigation Scheme StudyVaalharts Irrigation Scheme Study

Aurecon, in joint venture, was tasked with undertaking a feasibility study and compiling a business plan that focused on the rehabilitation and upgrading of the irrigation scheme and agribusiness development in the Vaalharts and Taung areas. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Water resources managementBulk water and damsProgramme and project deliveryBusiness and infrastructure advisoryEnvironmental and community planning  

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  

Algoa Reconciliation StudyAlgoa Reconciliation Study

Aurecon, in association with AfriCoast, PDG, Groundwater Africa, and Scherman & Colloty, was appointed by the DWA to undertake this project. Key to the strategy was the identification and development of innovative interventions that could be implemented to increase the yield of already limited local water resources to meet the anticipated future requirements. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Environmental and community planningWater resources managementBusiness and infrastructure advisory