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Huge potential exists for hydropower development in Africa. However, developers face many challenges throughout the lifecycle of a hydropower project.
Markets: Water, EnergyExpertise: Power generation
Dramatic events such as droughts can lead to a change in the water quality of shallow reservoirs, resulting in a switch from a clear to a turbid state.
Markets: WaterExpertise: Dams, Water resources management
Andrew Tanner, Aurecon’s Specialist Consultant for Water Resources Management, discusses how developing Integrated Water and Resource Management (IWRM) strategies and plans are important building blocks towards achieving both national and multi-lateral objectives.
Markets: WaterExpertise: Water resources management
Brendon Theunissen, Project Manager at Aurecon, discusses how a novel treatment process has provided significant cost savings for Meulwater Water Treatment Works.
Markets: WaterExpertise: Water and wastewater treatment
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 and 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
Colin Dominish writes about the shift from the age of Information, to the Connected Age, where infrastructure will converse with itself and humans in ways that transform the built environment.
Markets: Data & telecommunications, Energy, WaterExpertise: Power transmission and distribution, Urbanisation, Telecommunications infrastructure, Data and ICT facilities
More than one billion people in the world today lack access to safe drinking water. The United Nations Millennium Development Goals’ initiative aims to cut this figure in half by 2015.
Markets: WaterExpertise: Water resources management, Water and wastewater treatment
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
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
Tunnels play a critical role in the ongoing delivery and maintenance of the infrastructure required in an urbanising world.
Markets: Transport, WaterExpertise: Ground engineering
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
For the Adelaide Desalination Project, SA Water requested that Aurecon's Matt Vorrasi and Michael Velissario relocate to Spain and provide client oversight for large complex procurement.
Markets: WaterExpertise: Water and wastewater treatment, Programme and project management
In order to meet South Africa’s future energy needs, utilisation of the Waterberg coal fields in the Limpopo province, South Africa, is expected to increase tenfold over the next 20 years.
Markets: Energy, WaterExpertise: Power generation, Dams
Water is a prerequisite for human and ecosystem health, as well as for the success of a wide range of industrial and agricultural enterprises.
Developing a systems thinking approach to sustainable cities.
Markets: Energy, Renewable energy, Water
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