data and telecommunication

Data & Telecommunications Projects

Projects by market - Data & Telecommunications

Equinix Data Centre SY 3, Australia

Aurecon was contracted to fast track the design and construction of the Equinix Data Centre to provide co-location space for 3,000 cabinets, together with associated building services.

Markets: Property, Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Data & Telecommunications, Data & Telecommunications, Building design

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Square Kilometre Array, Australia

Aurecon, in partnership with the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), formed the Infrastructure Australia consortium to design the entire site infrastructure, power distribution, and the Central Supercomputing Building for the SKA site in Australia.

Markets: Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Data & Telecommunications, Data & Telecommunications, Building design

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Chorus Consultants Panel, New Zealand

Chorus is New Zealand’s largest telecommunications infrastructure company and Aurecon has been appointed to a three-year engineering services consultant panel.

Markets: Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Program advisory, Advisory Services, Environment & planning, Data & Telecommunications, Data & Telecommunications

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Deconstruction of 91 Hereford Street, Christchurch, New Zealand

Aurecon was appointed lead consultant in August 2012 to provide technical and project management services after winning a market tender to deconstruct Spark’s (formerly Telecom) 91 Hereford Street building.

Markets: Data & Telecommunications, Property

Expertise: Building design, Building design, Data & Telecommunications, Program advisory

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Fibre roll-out programme, South Africa

Dark Fibre Africa is rapidly laying fibre optic cables throughout South Africa and Aurecon is responsible for the planning, designing and implementation of the project.

Markets: Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Data & Telecommunications, Environment & planning, Data & Telecommunications

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Global Switch Data Centre, Hong Kong

Aurecon delivers engineering services to construct the Global Switch Data Centre, the largest carrier-neutral data centre in Hong Kong.

Markets: Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Building design, Digital engineering & advisory

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Nelson Mandela Bay Transport Operations Centre, South Africa

In preparation for, and during, the 2010 FIFA World Cup event, Aurecon was tasked with the design, implementation, training, staffing, operation and maintenance of the Nelson Mandela Bay Metropolitan Municipality (NMBMM) Transport Operations Centre (TOC).

Markets: Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Data & Telecommunications

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NEXTDC B2 Data Centre, Brisbane, Australia

Aurecon provided all building, structural engineering and environmental services to bring the bold vision for NEXTDC’s second data centre in Brisbane to life.

Markets: Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Building design, Environment & planning, Digital engineering & advisory

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Telstra Site Acquisition, Environment and Design (SAED), Australia

Aurecon is providing Site Acquisition, Environment and Design (SAED) services across Australia to assist Telstra with the rapid increase in services available through wireless devices.

Markets: Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Program advisory, Environment & planning, Advisory Services, Data & Telecommunications, Ground & underground engineering, Data & Telecommunications

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Gold Coast University Hospital, Australia

Aurecon played a leading role in the design of Queensland Health’s Gold Coast University Hospital (GCUH) which opened on the 28 September 2013.

Markets: Government, Health, Property, Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Health, Building design, Infrastructure advisory, Data & Telecommunications

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Equinix Data Centre ME1, Australia

Equinix appointed Aurecon as Principal Consultant on the design and construction of Equinix ME1.

Markets: Property, Building information modelling (BIM) for Built Environment, Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Building design, Data & Telecommunications

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Equinix Data Centres 1 & 3, Australia

Aurecon delivered full project management and engineering services to Equinix Sydney 1. Following its successful completion, we were appointed to provide fast track design and construction consultancy services for Equinix SY3, a colocation data centre in Sydney.

Markets: Property, Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Data & Telecommunications

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Four Points, Sydney, Australia

Aurecon was tasked with the information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure design for this world-class project that included a converged structured cabling system and an in-building coverage system.

Markets: Property, Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Data & Telecommunications, Property, Building design

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Global Switch, Australia

Aurecon was engaged to develop designs for a Tier 3+ facility adjacent to Sydney West. The new Sydney East facility provides high density white space for premium clients.

Markets: Property, Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Data & Telecommunications

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Pelangi Resort, Saint Felix, Mauritius

Aurecon was tasked with recommending and implementing forward-facing solutions relating to technology, unified communications, telecommunications, computer systems, audio visual (AV) systems and data storage facilities.

Markets: Property, Data & Telecommunications

Expertise: Property, Building design

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Transport Management Centre, South Africa

Aurecon played a key role in enabling a R130-million Transport Management Centre (TMC) in Cape Town, completed for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.

Markets: Transport, Data & Telecommunications, Government

Expertise: Expertise, Data & Telecommunications, Building design, Environment & planning, Advisory Services, Building design, Data & Telecommunications

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