Projects 

 
Wickham aerial - Photo courtesy of Rio Tinto 1

The project started in July 2011 and involved the demolition of existing accommodation, the subdivision of residential lots and the construction of new accommodation, central facilities buildings, residential dwellings, as well as associated infrastructure upgrades. More information >

Markets: Resources  Expertise: Mine services  

A photo of Freedom Park Museum

Aurecon is privileged to have played a key role in all phases of development of the Freedom Park site. More information >

Markets: PropertyGovernment  

A photo of Kashimbila Hydropower StationA photo of Kashimbila Hydropower Station

In order to meet the country’s power generation needs the Nigerian government embarked on a policy to increase its hydropower generation capacity. More information >

Markets: EnergyPower generationRenewable energyWater Expertise: Programme and project managementDamsGround engineeringPower generation  

A photo of Kogan CreekKogan Creek Solar Boost

CS Energy’s 750 megawatt coal-fired Kogan Creek Power Station in south-west Queensland will become home to a 44 megawatt solar thermal addition. More information >

Markets: EnergyRenewable energyPower generation Expertise: Power generationProgramme and project management  

Singida-Katesh Road UpgradeSingida-Katesh Road Upgrade

Aurecon provided supervision services for the Singida-Katesh road upgrade, which covered 65 km of the road link between the northern zone and the central corridor (Dodoma). The upgrade from gravel to bitumen standards was necessary due to an increase in traffic and the increasing cost of routine maintenance. More information >

Markets: TransportRural transportGovernmentConstruction Expertise: Roads and highways  

Pan United Cement SiloPan United Cement Silo

When Pan-United Cement decided to increase its cement storage capacity at its Pulau Damar Laut despatch facility, Aurecon was engaged to undertake the design. More information >

Expertise: Bulk transport  

Nhon Trach 2Nhon Trach 2

As one of the fastest growing economies in the world, Vietnam is rapidly planning and building power plants to meet both its current needs and to provide a sustainable infrastructure for future growth. More information >

Markets: EnergyPower generation Expertise: Power generation  

Leopard Creek Golf EstateLeopard Creek Golf Estate

The development of Leopard Creek Golf Estate in Malelane, South Africa, involved a full spectrum of civil, electrical, electronic and structural engineering design, including geotechnical investigations. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisureConstruction  

Ultra-thin Reinforced Concrete ProjectUltra-thin Reinforced Concrete Project

The Gauteng Department of Public Transport, Roads and Works (GDPTRW), in partnership with the City of Tshwane, and Council for Science and Industrial Research, initiated the Ultra-thin Reinforced Concrete Pavement (UTRCP) project to address the growing demand for street resurfacing in a number of previously disadvantaged townships. More information >

Markets: TransportGovernmentConstruction Expertise: Environmental managementRoads and highways  

Te Puni VillageTe Puni Student Accommodation

Te Puni Village, which officially opened its doors on 23 February 2009, is Victoria University’s first on-campus hall of residence. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisureConstruction