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Airports that work

Airports that work

Airports that work

Aurecon shares our people’s latest insights on creating safe, profitable and passenger-friendly airports. From urban planning and land survey to structural and behavioural modelling and airside and landside infrastructure, there are new approaches and creative solutions that can make airports work.

Community engagement

Is traditional community and media engagement dead?

With Badgerys Creek again being touted as the location of Sydney’s second airport, Kylie Cochrane reflects on the consultation effort that will be required for this potential infrastructure project.

Markets: Aviation, Transport
Expertise: Communication & stakeholder engagement

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Hanoi

Hanoi International Airport

Aurecon was engaged to provide structural and geotechnical engineering to Terminal 2.

Markets: Property, Transport, Aviation
Expertise: Building design, Ground & underground engineering

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Sydney International Terminal

Airport terminals - designing for profit

Great design has the potential to significantly alter the profit equation of an airport and should be a key consideration from the earliest planning stages onward. Stephen Logan shares his insight on why designing for profit is so crucial in today’s operating environment.

Markets: Aviation, Property, Transport

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Adaptable airports

Adaptable airports: designing resilience

In the coming years, airports will be significantly challenged to plan for and adapt to climate change induced risks. Trinity Graham, discusses how climate change factors will affect airports and what airport operators might consider for future planning.

Markets: Aviation, Transport, Water
Expertise: Water resources management

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Airports thinking - perfecting runways

Runways: perfecting pavements

In this article, Matt Glenn, Airports Leader - Airside, looks at the business decisions that airport operators must make around pavements, traffic and overload. He also looks at the effects of repeated overload, the best approach to pavement evaluation and maintenance.

Markets: Transport, Aviation

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Our people

Angus Leitch

People people: Angus Leitch

Meet Angus Leitch, Aurecon's Buildings Leader for Western Australia. Over his 20-year career, Angus has delivered a diverse range of civil and defence airport projects.

Markets: Transport, Aviation
Expertise: Building design

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Kylie Cochrane

People profile: Kylie Cochrane

Kylie is a senior communication professional at Aurecon with more than 20 years of experience in community and stakeholder engagement, strategic communication and issues management.

Markets: Transport, Water, Aviation
Expertise: Rail & mass transit, Roads & transport networks, Communication & stakeholder engagement

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Jason Wozniak

People profile: Jason Wozniak

Jason leads our Advisory team in New Zealand. With more than 15 years of industry experience, his focus is on effectively linking client business objectives to project objectives.

Markets: Property, Transport, Aviation
Expertise: Infrastructure advisory

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Matt Glenn

People profile: Matt Glenn

Meet Matt Glenn who has 20 years of experience in airport pavements, planning, engineering and design. Matt is a strong advocate of client-focused outcomes and creating adaptable, cost-effective airport infrastructure.

Markets: Transport, Aviation

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Simon Oakley

People profile: Simon Oakley

Simon Oakley has nearly 10 years of experience in civilian airports and defence airfields. He chats about communication and pragmatism in his projects and client relationships.

Markets: Transport, Aviation, Defence

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Stephen Logan

People profile: Stephen Logan

Meet Stephen Logan, our Building Services Leader and Airports Leader – Terminals. With over 25 years of experience in major project design, particularly airport terminals, he is passionate about understanding passenger behaviour and translating it into design that grows revenue.

Markets: Transport, Aviation

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Trinity Graham

People profile: Trinity Graham

Meet Trinity Graham, a water expert with 20 years of experience in water management issues that impact airside and landside infrastructure.

Markets: Transport, Water, Aviation
Expertise: Water resources management

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