Encouraging our teams to prepare embrace change – like in our digital and advisory offerings – and approaching our markets in unconventional ways have paid off. Our inquisitive approach drove us to seek opportunities outside of our comfort zone despite the uncertainties in the design market,” shared Kourosh.
Aurecon also placed in the top 10 for the manufacturing market confirms itself as one of the leading and trusted design firms in this sector, utilising its unique mix of talent, technology and eminence to deliver innovation to manufacturing clients.
Globally, Aurecon has improved its rank from 42 in 2018 as it continues to grow in its core offerings and enrich its capabilities with the recent acquisition of asset management firm Quartile One and partnership with artificial intelligence specialist company Elara. It also continues to strengthen its business around sustainability and digital transformation.
Aurecon will build upon its recent history of partnering with visionary developers and governments in Asia to bring their boldest and bravest ideas to life. Some of its iconic projects to date include the West Kowloon Station in Hong Kong, Vincom Landmark 81 Tower in Vietnam, the Shanghai Tower in China, and the Mauritius’ Metro Express as part of a Singapore-Mauritius government collaboration. Aurecon has also supported infrastructure development in the region, particularly road and rail systems, and renewable energy, combining the latest technologies with human-centred design to deliver future-ready developments.
“With Aurecon at the forefront of digital transformation, a future-ready and innovative mindset is critical when your end goal is reimagining and designing a better future,” adds Kourosh.