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Steve Richards, Technical Director in Infrastructure Advisory at Aurecon looks at how our understanding of project funding may need to shift following the global financial crisis.
Markets: GovernmentExpertise: Infrastructure advisory
With the promulgation and enactment of the National Environmental Management: Integrated Coastal Management Act, a paradigm shift in coastal management has occurred in South Africa.
Markets: Water, GovernmentExpertise: Ports & terminals, Environmental management
Aurecon’s Programme, Portfolio and Project Delivery Leader John Mason says that programme and portfolio management offer benefits to the planning, delivery and maintenance of water infrastructure.
Markets: Water, GovernmentExpertise: Infrastructure advisory, Infrastructure design
Governments across the world are increasingly embracing the use of Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) to deliver infrastructure services.
Markets: GovernmentExpertise: Infrastructure advisory, Infrastructure design
In our third thinking paper focussing on programme management, we discuss what challenges programmes experience and how is it possible to identify when a programme is experiencing difficulties.
Markets: GovernmentExpertise: Programme & project management, Health
In this interview, Deon Pretorius, Aurecon’s Land Development Services Leader in Cape Town, describes some of the barriers to creating efficient cities as well as current trends and the solutions and innovations Aurecon is leveraging to help our clients ‘get it right’.
Markets: Government, Built EnvironmentExpertise: Environmental management, Urbanisation, Infrastructure design, Integrated planning
In this, our second thinking paper focussing on programme management, we discuss the differences between programme and project management and what is required to deliver programmes effectively at the highest level.
Markets: GovernmentExpertise: Geospatial systems, Programme & project management
Currently, about 60 million people move into cities every year. That’s more than one million more people arriving every week, in a city somewhere in the world, each with an expectation of better access to jobs, better education for their children, better health-care and a better quality of life.
Markets: Data & telecommunications, Energy, Transmission and distribution, Water, GovernmentExpertise: Urbanisation, Health
Our African City is about bringing together leading expertise across the financial, political, technical and social spheres to collaborate in developing new thinking and solutions that address inclusive urban transformation. It is about opening the debate on and crafting a vision of what an African city should look like and how to innovatively address the challenges we face to leapfrog stages on our development path. The dialogue is hosted through various platforms, including the OurAfricanCity.org website and scheduled events and workshops under the Our African City brand. As the dialogue matures, new thinking from participating companies and organisations, including Aurecon, will be published.
The concept of Our African City and the need to create a dialogue around inclusive transformation stemmed from the question: What does a future African city look like?
Our African City is a dialogue on inclusive transformation that intends to craft a vision of what future African cities should look like.
Dr Gwen Ramokgopa, Our African City Ambassador, says that all stakeholders are invited to become part of this initiative.
Four of Aurecon’s Data and ICT experts explore the latest thinking surrounding the current and future state of data centres globally.
Markets: Data & telecommunications, Data centres, Built Environment, GovernmentExpertise: Telecommunications infrastructure, Data & ICT facilities
Optimising land use, operational efficiency, light rail system, integrated urban design
Markets: Construction, Government, Built Environment, Transport, Land developmentExpertise: Environmental management, Integrated planning
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: Built Environment, Transport, GovernmentExpertise: Airports, Environmental management, Programme & project management, Rail & rail systems
Every major project is unique, encompassing different sponsor and stakeholder environments, different objectives and external influences.
Markets: Construction, Data & telecommunications, Defence, Energy, Government, International development assistance, Resources , Built Environment, Transport, WaterExpertise: Programme & project management
Disaster Risk Management (DRM) plans help to coordinate activities should disaster strike. These plans aim to reduce the risk of communities, or even entire countries, either through ensuring they are prepared to respond in the case of an event, or by reducing risks through planning measures.
Programme management is most commonly the process of managing a number of interrelated projects to deliver new or enhanced infrastructure, such as a new metro system, an airport, a mine, a power station or even the Olympic Games.
Markets: GovernmentExpertise: Programme & project management
In this article, Simon van Wyk and Carin Joyce discuss the multi-scalar and multi-dimensional nature (complexity) of risks, with a special focus on the interconnectedness of operational and disaster risk, with Civil Engineering magazine.
Markets: GovernmentExpertise: Environmental management
Nick Mannie – Technical Director, Waste – relates how the Merafong City Local Municipality took bold steps towards ensuring sustainable waste management solutions, and shares lessons that can be learnt from their actions.
Nick Mannie – Technical Director, Waste – was recently interviewed about finding sustainable solutions to South Africa’s waste challenges.
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