Projects 

 
A photo of Mega bangnaA photo of Mega bangna

Megabangna, the first low-rise super regional mall in Southeast Asia with an everything-under-one-roof retail model celebrated its grand opening in early May 2012. More information >

Markets: Built EnvironmentRetail  

An illustration of Pelican Point

Aurecon has completed detailed design of Caltex’s biggest fuel terminal in South Australia. Owned and operated by Terminals Pty Ltd, the 85 million litre Pelican Point facility represents a 50 per cent increase in South Australia’s storage. More information >

Markets: Oil and Gas  

Etihad Towers

Etihad Towers is an eye-catching multi-use development overlooking the picturesque Arabian Gulf in Abu Dhabi. More information >

Markets: Commercial office buildingsResidentialBuilt Environment  

A photo of Nelson Mandela Bay StadiumA photo of Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium

Aurecon was part of the structural design team consortium that created this magnificent sports stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. More information >

Markets: Built EnvironmentSports and leisure  

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  

Lance Armstrong - Livestrong Cancer Research Centre

Aurecon is providing engineering design for the Flinders Centre for Innovation in Cancer, incorporating the LIVESTRONG Cancer Research Centre, which will be located within the Flinders Medical Centre. More information >

Markets: Built EnvironmentGovernment Expertise: Health  

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: Built EnvironmentCommercial office buildings Expertise: Building design  

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: Built EnvironmentGovernment Expertise: HealthBuilding designInfrastructure advisoryData and ICT facilities  

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: Built Environment Expertise: Environmental managementProgramme and project managementInfrastructure advisoryBuilding design