Aurecon’s transport specialists have the expertise to successfully manage and deliver projects across roads and highways, railways, tunnels, bridges, airports and ports.

World-class infrastructure networks are critical in terms of encouraging business innovation and improving the global competitiveness of our industries. Greater efficiency and sustainability in the movement of people, resources and commodities will continue to provide a competitive advantage in today’s global economy.

As the transport market evolves, challenges arise which require non-traditional approaches and innovative solutions. Our expertise is increasingly in demand across road, rail, ports and marine, aviation and urban transport and for providing the crucial links in industrial product supply chains.

Aurecon’s transport specialists are highly qualified, skilled and experienced professionals who have the passion, commitment and expertise to successfully manage and deliver projects across roads and highways, railways, tunnels, bridges, airports, ports and coastal.

Skills which are now needed to successfully execute transport projects include:

  • strategic land use planning
  • demand modelling for passengers and freight
  • landscape and emissions assessments
  • intelligent transport system applications
  • supply chain mapping
  • behavioural science
  • electronic systems applications

Through our global reach, we are able to offer clients an extensive resource base who can provide a unique breadth of local knowledge combined with advanced technical capability that enables us to respond to all our clients’ transport needs.

We work collaboratively with our clients throughout the entire infrastructure lifecycle, from prefeasibility and business case preparation through to the operation and maintenance phases.

Our clients include private companies and consortia, government and contractors working through a variety of relationship models, from direct engagement and alliances to design and construct, and construction management.

Future transport: Understanding what Australians want

Future transport: Understanding what Australians want

By 2035 Australia will look different. Very different.

We asked more than 1300 Australians to imagine the future of transport, how they want to live, work, travel, buy food and have goods delivered in 2035.

Here's what we learned ›
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What is the role of collaboration and trust in the infrastructure sector?

Australia’s infrastructure sector is riding a wave of major projects, each more complex than the next. So why are we seeing increasing delays, claims and even major players facing financial strain on the back of a once-in-a-generation opportunity?

Throughout 2019, Aurecon explores the concept of collaboration and trust, and how these attributes have the power to redefine project outcomes.

Watch our latest episode ›


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