Cost, time, buildability, durability, function and aesthetics are key considerations in the design of buildings and must be carefully balanced to meet the needs of the owner and end user without compromising on safety and sustainability.
Aurecon has a sophisticated level of knowledge and experience of a broad range of buildings projects. Our project experience equips us with the necessary skills to bring buildings and structures to life so they function efficiently, economically, safely and sustainably.
Listening to client needs and creating integrated designs that are effective and affordable are important drivers for Aurecon. We pride ourselves on being skilled at integrating people, space and technology.
Why hasn’t industrialised construction disrupted the way we design and construct buildings?
We integrate our multidisciplinary services and work in collaboration with our clients to problem solve and explore different solutions to deliver extraordinary results.
We offer the following building design services:
Embracing sustainability is an important part of Aurecon’s integrated design approach. Through optimising structural form, material consumption, efficiency of construction, and considering life cycle costs, environmental and economic outcomes are realised.
Whether the project is an island resort in the UAE, a sports stadium in London, a complex commercial building in Australia, or an educational facility in New Zealand, Aurecon has the people, skills, and a compelling track record for working on challenging projects that demand ambitious thinking.
Aurecon provides the structural and civil engineering design for the new, modern Allianz Stadium in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia. More information ›
Aurecon helps Murdoch University to deliver the largest mass-engineered timber building in Western Australia. More information ›
Aurecon worked with the University of Melbourne to create a digital twin of the Life Sciences complex for improved user experience. More information ›
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