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Ports & marine projects

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Abbot Point Coal Terminal, Australia

Since 2005, Aurecon Hatch has provided engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM) services for three expansions of the terminal to 50 Mtpa and is also studying an ultimate expansion to 230 Mtpa.

Markets: Resources , Construction

Expertise: Bulk transport, Ports & marine

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Solid Products Jetty, Malaysia

Aurecon spearheaded the design and engineering services for Pengerang Integrated Complex's 80 Solid Products Jetty in Malaysia.

Markets: Resources

Expertise: Infrastructure advisory, Ports & marine, Building design, Digital engineering & advisory, Power generation

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Dawei Sea Port, Myanmar

Aurecon was involved in the planning of this greenfield port project which involved the development of a port facilities market to facilitate growth and development.

Markets: Resources , Transport

Expertise: Ports & marine, Bulk transport, Environment & planning

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Paradip Port, Western Dock, India

To cater for predicted traffic growth through the port, the Paradip Port Trust (PPT) has initiated an investigation into the feasibility of an additional dock.

Markets: Resources

Expertise: Ports & marine, Environment & planning, Bulk transport, Ground & underground engineering

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Wiggins Island Coal Terminal, Australia

Aurecon designed a groundbreaking facility that allowed for the continued growth and prosperity of mines in the Gladstone area by providing greater export capacity.

Markets: Resources

Expertise: Bulk transport, Environment & planning, Ports & marine

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Brisbane Ferry Terminals, Australia

Design innovation by Aurecon and Cox Architecture delivered a new generation of flood resilient, accessible ferry terminals.

Markets: Property, Transport

Expertise: Digital engineering & advisory, Environment & planning, Ports & marine

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