Projects 

 

The South Island Line (East) (SIL(E)) is a 7 km medium capacity railway extension connecting the Southern District of Hong Kong to the existing MTR network at Admiralty Station (ADM). More information >

Markets: Transport Expertise: Mass transitGround engineeringTunnels  

Aurecon was engaged by SA Power Networks to develop strategies for the maintenance and replacement of underground cables, conductors and substation transformers in their distribution network within a tight timeframe. More information >

Markets: Energy Expertise: Asset management  

Aurecon played the role of Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) consultants for the Solar laboratory at Tshedimosetso House in Tshwane, Gauteng. More information >

Markets: Property Expertise: Sustainability  

Aurecon was appointed to prepare a comprehensive bulk infrastructure investment plan, an institutional development plan, and a funding application for the development requirements by the Lephalale Local Municipality. More information >

Markets: Government  

Laboratory view of the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research

Aurecon provided project management services to redevelop Australia’s oldest medical research facility – the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute. More information >

Markets: GovernmentProperty Expertise: Programme and project management  

Hanoi International Airport Terminal 2Hanoi International Airport Terminal 2

Aurecon was engaged to provide the structural and geotechnical engineering for Terminal 2. More information >

Markets: PropertyTransportAirports Expertise: Ground engineeringAirportsBuilding design  

A photo of Lesotho Highlands Water ProjectA photo of Lesotho Highlands Water Project

The Lesotho Highlands Water Project (LHWP) has the objective of transferring up to 70 m3/s from the Senqu River in Lesotho to the Vaal River in South Africa and utilising this water transfer to generate hydropower in Lesotho. More information >

Markets: Water Expertise: Water resources managementTunnels  

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  

Kanye and Kasane-Kazungula Villages Sanitation Projects

The Kanye and Kasane-Kazungula Villages’ Sanitation Project aimed to improve Botswana’s sanitation system. More information >

Markets: GovernmentInternational development assistance Expertise: Environmental management  

Ferndale Sustainable CommunityFerndale Sustainable Community

Ferndale Trust had a vision to create a unique lifestyle development for the Kapiti District encompassing best practice environmental design and sustainable land development. More information >

Markets: ResidentialGovernmentConstruction Expertise: Environmental managementWater and wastewater treatment