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Abbas Jamie's latest column for Transport World Africa focuses on how cross-border infrastructure development in Africa has been identified as a key driver for economic development on the continent.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Rail, Ports and terminals, Airports
Abbas Jamie's column for Transport World Africa focuses on the major opportunities to grow trade between African countries through integrated transport corridors.
In 1950 one in four people lived in cities, it is currently over two in four and in just 20 years it will be close to three in four. Solving urbanisation and transport challenges is critical for the future of governments, communit...
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Rail
Jane has over 24 years of experience in community and stakeholder consultation and public policy development, and social and human services development.
Steven is a Chartered Engineer with experience covering the design and commissioning of various passenger rolling stock types, including light rail vehicles, metro, driverless and high speed trains.
Based in Sydney, Charlie's 20 year career spans major civil and geotechnical engineering projects involving investigation, design and construction in Australia, South Africa, West Africa, and the United Kingdom.
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Ground engineering, Rail
Rail is becoming bigger, longer, faster and more costly as complex mining provinces are developed in remote locations. Mike Foley spoke to Aurecon’s Ken Devencorn who said supply chain integration and automation are key to facilitating development.
Markets: Resources , TransportExpertise: Rail
Skilled management of the supply chain is critical and allows major project teams to deliver excellence on schedule, within budget and with quality outcomes.
Markets: Resources , TransportExpertise: Bulk material facilities
Finding an optimal balance between community needs and economic benefits of the urban expressway.
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Environmental and community planning
Brian Smith, Aurecon’s Technical Leader, Transport, explains how more compact bus facilities can better fit within constrained city centre locations and make for improved integration of transport and land use.
Optimising land use, operational efficiency, light rail system, integrated urban design
Markets: Construction, Government, Property, Transport, Land developmentExpertise: Environmental and community planning, Land infrastructure
Aurecon’s HUB-id integrates human behaviours to drive successful outcomes in land use form and transport function. Understanding how cities flow and finding sustainable pathways between city centres and suburban developments requires an integrated approach to achieve sustainable transport and land use outcomes.
A hands-on collaborative approach to D&C equipment supply drove the best end result for reliability, operability, maintainability and safety.
Markets: Resources , Transport, Freight, logistics and infrastructureExpertise: Rail, Bulk material facilities
Andrew Keith, Aurecon’s Mining Infrastructure Leader spoke with Australian Mining on the economics of pit to port transportation alternatives.
Markets: Resources , TransportExpertise: Mining infrastructure
In this article, Jeff Robinson highlights a few of the emerging trends he believes have the potential to driver greener ways of going about our everyday lives.
Markets: Property, Transport, Energy, WaterExpertise: Building sciences, Rail
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