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Stephen Logan, Leader for Building Sciences, Quentin Jackson,Service Leader for Environmental Modelling, and John Hainsworth, who leads its BIM team within Buildings, expand on what Building Information Modelling (BIM) really is, and open the window on its potential.
Markets: Property, Building information modelling (BIM)Expertise: Building sciences, Building services, Building structures
Rather than starting from scratch, with the complete demolition of the old structure, the key to a stadium’s transformation could lie in a new roof.
Markets: Property, Sports and leisureExpertise: Building sciences, Building services, Building structures
BIM is a process involving the generation and management of data and digital representations of physical and functional characteristics of places and objects and can be used to ensure fail-safe stadium design.
Markets: Property, Sports and leisure, Building information modelling (BIM)Expertise: Building sciences, Building services, Building structures
The award-winning redevelopment of the Adelaide Oval Western Grandstand, Australia, together with the provision of an architecturally unique footbridge across the nearby River Torrens for sports fans, has triggered the transformation of the surrounding, broader precinct.
Markets: Property, Sports and leisureExpertise: Building structures
Stephen Logan is Aurecon’s Building Sciences Leader. He has worked on iconic international stadia projects, including the landmark Wembley National Stadium, Melbourne’s Etihad Stadium and the multi award winning Perth Arena.
World-leading stadium design means thinking outside of the box to deliver innovative designs that maximise a stadium’s potential. Read more about some of Aurecon's world-leading stadia projects.
Cities often have huge stadium assets that were built some decades ago, many of which are only used to host a dozen events a year, at best. These stadiums often become more of a municipal burden than an asset - no longer in step with the demands of an entertainment hungry, more sophisticated public. What can be done to breathe new life and sustainability into these assets? And in the case of new stadium projects, how can they be designed in such a way that they remain an asset far into the future? This new series explores the ins and outs of future-proofing world-leading sports stadia, including showcasing world-class examples of stadia projects as well as technical and commercial techniques designed to ensure game-changing sporting facilities. (IMAGE: Courtesy Foster + Partners)
The concept behind a sports stadium has come full circle, from a place to see your favourite athletes pitting their skills against competitors, to a modern Roman Colosseum where the public gather, clutching smart phones, for a multimedia and multi-sensorial experience! This a field which Aurecon both works in and is passionate about. Our experts have built up extensive knowledge in this field through years of experience on some of the most iconic sports stadia ever created.This new series will share our people’s latest insights on designing world-leading sports stadia, including the technical and commercial techniques that ensure game-changing sporting facilities.
Markets: Property, Sports and leisureExpertise: Building sciences, Building services, Building structures, Environmental and community planning, Information and communications technology, Programme and project delivery, Sustainability
Meet the Aurecon team who are committed to delivering world-leading sports stadia.
An exploration of the many technical and commercial techniques that interact to ensure the delivery of world-leading sports stadia.
The Hong Kong West Kowloon Terminus (WKT) is part of the large scale (US$8 billion) infrastructure project that aims to link Hong Kong with major Chinese cities via high speed rail.
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Building structures, Building sciences, Building services
Balancing structural expression with functionality.
Trends in tall building design. How buildability, time and cost optimisation are achieved without comprimising design and functionality.
Markets: Property, Commercial office buildings, ResidentialExpertise: Building structures
Smart engineering of long span structures and operable roofs.
“Developing nations need to plan how they will recover from large natural disasters and consider how to make their economies more resilient,” comments Sean Gledhill, Aurecon Building Structures Service Leader, and multiple award winner for low damage seismic solutions.
Markets: Property, International development assistance, TransportExpertise: Building structures
In the 21st Century, computer simulation has enabled architects to push the boundaries of urban design with lightweight architectural forms, random geometries and super-tall buildings.
Markets: PropertyExpertise: Building structures
In this issue of Aurecon’s 360° magazine, Transforming Transport looks at the complex issues around moving people and resources in a world experiencing massive population growth and urbanisation.
Markets: Property, Transport, GovernmentExpertise: Airports, Building sciences, Expertise, Building structures, Environmental and community planning, Land infrastructure, Programme and project delivery, Rail
“Years of specialist building collapse and building instability training were put to use assisting with immediate live rescue and victim recovery followed by emergency shoring and building stabilisation works.” Carl Devereux, Christchurch, New Zealand February 2011
Engineers Australia interviews Aurecon’s Peter Mathieson and Peter Greaves on a holistic approach to collaboration which was a focus in the design of our new Aurecon Centre in Melbourne.
Markets: PropertyExpertise: Building sciences, Building services, Building structures
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