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  

Gautrain Rapid Rail LinkGautrain Rapid Rail Link

The Gautrain Rapid Rail Link is a state-of-the-art dedicated light rail line between Johannesburg, Pretoria and O.R. Tambo International Airport, supporting a fast transit system capable of operating at 160 km/h. More information >

Markets: Transport Expertise: Rail  

Darling QuarterDarling Quarter

The Darling Quarter development in Sydney’s CBD includes 60 000m² of commercial office space in two buildings, a common car park and a retail area. More information >

Markets: PropertyCommercial office buildings Expertise: Building sciencesBuilding servicesBuilding structuresPower generation  

Mtwara Development Corridor ProjectMtwara Development Corridor Project

The Mtwara Development Corridor is a spatial development initiative (SDI) comprising southern Tanzania, northern Mozambique, northern and central Malawi, and eastern and northern Zambia. Aurecon, in association with Prointec, provided specialist legal, regional planning, development and financial inputs. More information >

Markets: TransportFreight, logistics and infrastructureRural transportGovernment Expertise: Land infrastructureProgramme and project deliveryBusiness and infrastructure advisory  

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 and community planningProgramme and project deliveryBulk water and damsRenewable energyWater resources management  

Cigading International Bulk Terminal -courtesy of CIBT ProjectCigading International Bulk Terminal -courtesy of CIBT Project

Aurecon is providing conceptual design, bid document evaluation, design audit and employer’s representative services for the Cigading International Bulk Terminal. More information >

Markets: Resources  Expertise: Bulk material facilities  

Master Planning for the Zuwara Abu Kamash Development ZoneMaster Planning for the Zuwara Abu Kamash Development Zone

Aimed at unlocking Libya’s development potential, Aurecon was appointed by Emaar to carry out the Conceptual Transportation and Infrastructure Master Planning of the initial phases of the Zuwara Abu Kamash Development Zone located in the north western corner of Libya, near the Tunisian border. More information >

Markets: TransportPropertyResidentialWaterUrban transportPower generationGovernment Expertise: Water and waste water treatmentRoadsPower generationEnvironmental and community planningBusiness and infrastructure advisory  

PotsdamPotsdam

Potsdam Wastewater Treatment Works (WWTW) is one of the major treatment works of the City of Cape Town. More information >

Markets: WaterGovernment Expertise: Water and waste water treatment  

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 structuresBuilding services  

Accra Mall DevelopmentAccra Mall Development

Aurecon was engaged to undertake both the civil and structural engineering and road design for the new Accra Mall in Accra, the Ghanaian capital. Construction took two years, with 700 people working on the development when construction was at its peak. More information >

Markets: PropertyRetail Expertise: Building structuresBuilding services