Projects 

 
A photo of the Forsyth Barr Stadium

Forsyth Barr Stadium in Dunedin, New Zealand, is the world’s only permanently covered stadium with a natural turf playing field. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisure Expertise: Sports and entertainment  

Adelaide Oval redevelopment, Australia

The Adelaide Oval redevelopment will transform Adelaide Oval into a 21st century stadium, providing a unique 53 500 person facility to host cricket, Australian Football League (AFL) and other major events. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisure  

A photo of Caroline Bay Aquatic CentreA photo of Caroline Bay Aquatic Centre

The Timaru District Council required an extensive, new indoor sports and aquatic centre built to replace the community’s existing open air swimming pool. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisure  

An illustration of Shanghai TowerA photo of Shanghai Tower

At the time of its topping out in August 2013, the Shanghai Tower was China’s tallest structure and the centrepiece of the city's skyline. More information >

Markets: Commercial office buildingsSports and leisureProperty Expertise: Hotels, resorts and casinosBuilding design  

City of DreamsCity of Dreams

The City of Dreams is an integrated urban entertainment resort on the Cotai strip between the islands of Taipa and Coloane in the Macau SAR, China. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisure Expertise: Hotels, resorts and casinosTall buildings  

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: PropertySports and leisure  

A photo of Seven17 Bourke StreetA photo of Seven17 Bourke Street

Situated on the corner of Bourke Street and Wurundjeri Way, in Melbourne, Seven17 Bourke Street links Southern Cross Station, Aurora Lane and Etihad Stadium in Melbourne’s Docklands precinct. More information >

Markets: PropertyCommercial office buildingsSports and leisure  

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  

Being developed by Abu Dhabi’s Tourism Development & Investment Company (TDIC), who are in the process of transforming the island into a signature tourist, leisure, residential and cultural destination, the St. Regis Saadiyat Island resort and precinct forms part of a masterplan which will eventually see the island become home to the famed Guggenheim and Louvre museums. More information >

Markets: ConstructionPropertySports and leisure Expertise: Ground engineeringWater resources managementHotels, resorts and casinosBuilding design  

Eden Park Stadium redevelopmentEden Park Stadium redevelopment

In order to host national and international sporting events, Eden Park in Auckland underwent a major redevelopment to increase its seating capacity to 60 000 and to provide a world-class, multi-use venue for spectators and the media. More information >

Markets: PropertySports and leisure Expertise: Ground engineering