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Technologies in transport are changing rapidly, with electric vehicles set to sweep through the industry over the next five to ten years.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Roads and highways
Andrew Keith, Aurecon’s Mining Infrastructure Leader spoke with Australian Mining on the economics of pit to port transportation alternatives.
Markets: Resources , TransportExpertise: Mine services, Bulk transport
In late 2014, Indonesian President Joko Widodo presented a plan to transform the country into a maritime power and develop 24 ports around the archipelago, generating much excitement in the shipping and port industries.
Markets: Transport, Resources Expertise: Ports and terminals
Tunnels can unlock congestion, create efficiency, make cities more functional and liveable. Harry Asche and Anthony Bennett, two of Aurecon’s tunneling experts, explore how we are delivering better solutions through smarter tunnels.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Tunnels
In order to keep up with the developing need of our clients to produce sustainable outcomes, Aurecon is beginning to include sustainability initiatives in our own road design processes.
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Roads and highways, Infrastructure design
One of the critical considerations in the design of long span bridges is structural adequacy and stability in the temporary conditions that exist during construction. Mike Tapley, Aurecon's Bridges and Civil Structures Leader, Asia, explains why.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Bridges and civil structures
The 27 kilometre Peninsula Link was the Mornington Peninsula’s biggest infrastructure project and has completed a missing link in Melbourne’s freeway network.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Roads and highways, Bridges and civil structures
Transport planning experts Brian Smith and Mohammed Islam discuss how undertaking effective field trials of transport interchange or terminal layouts and incorporating the results into designs can help to resolve operational or design issues.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Integrated planning, Infrastructure design, Mass transit, Urbanisation
As Africa prepares itself for the 21st century, transport infrastructure will be playing a major role in transforming the continent into a vibrant, economic powerhouse.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Infrastructure design
Abbas Jamie's latest column for Transport World Africa focuses on who should pay for corridor infrastructure and considers the pay for use principle as the most fair and equitable route to follow.
Markets: Transport, Rural transport, Urban transport
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 and rail systems, Ports and terminals, Airports
Abbas Jamie's latest column for Transport World Africa focuses on the boom of air travel in Africa and its ability to leapfrog the physical challenges to progress and help open up the economies of the numerous landlocked countries among the continent’s 54 states.
Markets: Transport, AirportsExpertise: Airports
Abbas Jamie's column for Transport World Africa focuses on the major opportunities to grow trade between African countries through integrated transport corridors.
Alex Pey of Aurecon discusses the potential impact of poor population growth planning on Australian capital cities and suggests major rail freight tunnels could be the answer to freight logistics problems.
Markets: Resources , Transport, Freight, logistics and infrastructure, Urban transportExpertise: Urbanisation, Rail and rail systems, Environmental management
In this roundtable, four of our leading rail signalling experts in both passenger and heavy haul rail networks, talk about the issues facing the industry.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Rail and rail systems
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: Built Environment, Transport, Energy, WaterExpertise: Rail and rail systems, Building design, Sustainability
Michael Green, Engineering Meteorologist, Aurecon, discusses how engineering meteorology can assist in project challenges and help improve the resilience of operational and infrastructure design.
Markets: Energy, Water, Built Environment, TransportExpertise: Water resources management, Urbanisation
Tunnels play a critical role in the ongoing delivery and maintenance of the infrastructure required in an urbanising world.
Markets: Transport, WaterExpertise: Ground engineering
Aurecon's Troy Burton, Mass Transit Expertise Leader, and Michael Gardiner, 3D Visualisation Leader, discuss in this technical paper originally presented at the 2012 Conference of Railway Engineering (CORE2012).
Markets: TransportExpertise: Mass transit, Rail and rail systems
Queensland’s Moreton Bay Rail (MBR) project is the first metropolitan rail network project to adopt Static Frequency Converter technology in Australia. Aurecon, as part of the AECOM Aurecon Joint Venture (AAJV), is the principal electrical designer of the feeder stations for this landmark project.
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Mass transit, Rail and rail systems
Keri Niven, Aurecon's Geospatial Service Lead, explains why collaborative technologies are increasingly influencing how transport/infrastructure will interact throughout the life of project design and delivery, and on into the asset management lifecycle.
Markets: Transport, Building information modelling (BIM), Urban transportExpertise: Mass transit, Rail and rail systems
Stephen has 28 years in-depth railway traction power expertise. In this article, he shares a few of his thoughts on traction power systems technology and future developments.
Aurecon’s tunnel experts recently shared a wealth of local and global project experiences and knowledge at the 15th Australasian Tunnelling Conference.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Ground engineering
Our cities are continually undergoing renewal, which can mean big changes in the built environment. A proposal to drive a new tunnel is the catalyst for owners of buildings and other structures in the vicinity to become conc...
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Rail and rail systems, Ground engineering
Increased urbanisation, environmental impact, passenger expectations and cost of system delivery all influence the shape of future rail networks. Stuart Littlewood, Aurecon's Metros Leader - Asia, discusses why high speed, safety, reliability and comfort are at the core of future rail systems.
The objective of any ground and groundwater investigation is to reduce risk to a project. In theory, the more investigations that are undertaken, the lower the risk of geotechnical and/or hydrogeological issues affecting excavatio...
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 and rail systems
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 and rail systems
Meet Anthony Bennett, a techincal director for transport based in Melbourne Australia. With over 30 years of design experience in domestic and international civil engineering projects, Tony's expertise includes underground ...
In this article, Ralph Moulang, Aurecon's Principal Overhead Wiring Engineer, discusses how cities can integrate new and existing light rail systems into the urban environment, while meeting the requirement for continuous uninterrupted tractive power supply for electrified rail systems.
Steve is Country Leader Manager for Aurecon Singapore. He has considerable experience in directing major projects in the infrastructure sector, including design and construction support of transport projects throughout Asia and Europe.
Railway Control room integration can be an emotive topic. John Cranley, Technical Director - Transport Services, shares his experiences and lessons learned from these often complex projects over his 20 year career.
Ben Vardon, a senior transport planner based in Brisbane, Australia, and Ashley Stevenson, a civil engineer based in eThekwini, South Africa, look at the process used during planning to improve accessibility to the 16 stations included in Phase 1 of the Gold Coast Rapid Transit (GCRT) project.
Meet Jimmy Tong, an associate and leader of our buildings electrical and mechanical (E&M) team based in Hong Kong. He has extensive experience in delivering major metro and urban rail projects in Asia, and in the Middle East.
Markets: Built Environment, Transport, Urban transport
Land use and patronage are core principles when evaluating and planning any additions to a public transport system. Here we talk with Stuart Littlewood, Aurecon’s Metros Leader, Asia about his experience of successful airport rail connections in the region.
The South Island Line (East) (SIL(E)) is a 7 km medium capacity railway extension connecting the Southern District of Hong Kong to the existing MTR network at Admiralty Station (ADM).
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Rail and rail systems, Urbanisation
Mikel Alonso looks at how balancing the key functions of a ventilation system in order to maximise both safety and cost efficiencies for an underground metro or railway system.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Ground engineering, Rail and rail systems
Anthony Bennett, Aurecon’s tunnels leader, looks at proven approaches to saving the building while developing underground rail infrastructure.
Warren Dou talks about the effective risk management and innovative technical solutions that address the challenges of constructing underground stations in urban environments.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Rail and rail systems, Urbanisation, Ground engineering
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 design
Airport redevelopment projects have the potential to significantly affect operations and profits. John Mason and James Bennett outline why a programme management approach will ensure optimal outcomes for airport owners and stakeholders.
Markets: Transport, Built EnvironmentExpertise: Airports
George Reid, Technical Director - Buildings, talks about how engineering can support profitable and sustainable business models.
Dr Neil Mackenzie, Aurecon’s Acoustics &Vibrations Leader, discusses the solutions his team has utilised to address some common design issues at airports.
Markets: Built Environment, TransportExpertise: Airports
With Badgerys Creek again being touted as the location for Sydney’s second airport, Kylie Cochrane, reflects on the consultation effort that will be required for this potential infrastructure project.
Markets: TransportExpertise: Airports
Jason leads our Advisory team in New Zealand. With more than 15 years of industry experience, his focus is on effectively linking client business objectives to project objectives.
Designed as a landside capacity model influenced by airside demands, the model we call Airnodes can assess airport infrastructure to benchmark airport performance and current capacity.
Great design has the potential to significantly alter the profit equation of an airport and should be a key consideration from the earliest planning stages onward. Stephen Logan shares insight on why is designing for profit so crucial in today’s operating environment.
In the coming years, airports will be significantly challenged to plan for and adapt to climate change induced risks. Trinity Graham, discusses how climate change factors will affect airports and what airport operators might consider for future planning.
In this article, Matt Glenn, Airports Leader - Airside, looks at the business decisions that airport operators must make around pavements, traffic and overload. He also looks at the effects of repeated overload the best approach to pavement evaluation and maintenance.
“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: Built Environment, International development assistance, TransportExpertise: Building design
Finding an optimal balance between community needs and economic benefits of the urban expressway.
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Environmental management, Integrated 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.
Markets: Transport, Urban transportExpertise: Environmental management
Optimising land use, operational efficiency, light rail system, integrated urban design
Markets: Construction, Government, Built Environment, Transport, Land developmentExpertise: Environmental management, Integrated planning
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.
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 and project management, Rail and 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 and project management
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 transport
Markets: Built Environment, International development assistance, Transport
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 and rail systems
Bayhead Road is one of the highest volume heavy vehicle traffic routes in the world. Against all odds, the project team managed to achieve an incredible Zero Lost Time Injuries (LTIs) on completion of the project, and over 1 000 000 Lost Time-free man-hours.
Richard Jois of Aurecon discusses maximising road safety on mine sites.
Markets: Resources , TransportExpertise: Mine services
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 and rail systems, Bulk transport
Before mining companies embark on detailed discussions with transshipment operators, consultants can provide some useful guidance and information. Andrew Keith and Paulo Cardoso de Campos of Aurecon spoke with AJM's Mike Foley.
Rail Express talks to Ken Devencorn, Aurecon’s Technical Director, Resources & Manufacturing Services about efficient planning and development of remote heavy-haul rail operations.
Markets: Transport, Resources Expertise: Mine services, Rail and rail systems
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