From government agency alignment, through to establishing successful partnerships, building high performance teams and culture change, transparent reporting and community consultation; effective communication and engagement is crucial in the successful design, development and delivery of infrastructure. It is especially important when connecting those assets to strategy.
With an unprecedented demand for investment to support economic and social infrastructure that will keep pace with a rapidly changing world, it’s simply not feasible for important projects to be derailed by a lack of appropriate consultation.
An effective engagement strategy can influence go-no-go decisions on investment, enable social licence to operate, de-risk complex negotiations, re-organise internal resources to deliver projects effectively and deliver infrastructure that is welcomed by the communities we serve.
When Aurecon leads community consultation and stakeholder engagement activities, we work with our partners to lead the right conversations at the right time. Communication and stakeholder engagement is about two-way communication and an open dialogue – we speak, listen and collaborate with stakeholders to motivate, educate and reach the best possible outcomes.
Globally, the collective experience of our Communication and Stakeholder Engagement team is unparalleled. Balancing local knowledge with global best practice, our leaders and consultants work to solve the critical communication and stakeholder engagement challenges inherent in complex infrastructure projects.
We are passionate about delivering infrastructure that lives within communities and enhances the natural environment, rather than infrastructure that communities need to live with.
At the forefront of engagement research and trend development, our methodologies have been developed and tested across public and private sector projects all over the world.
We work specifically to achieve the following outcomes:
Our capabilities deliver innovative, collaborative consultation that proactively engages communities and stakeholders in the decision-making process.
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