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Nova Vida, Angola

Challenges for programmes

This thinking paper focuses on programme management, we discuss what challenges programmes experience and how is it possible to identify when a programme is experiencing difficulties.

Markets: Health, Government
Expertise: Program and project management

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Freight train with cargo containers

Impact of freight transportation on our cities

Aurecon's transport leader discusses the potential impact of poor population growth planning on Australian capital cities and suggests major rail freight tunnels could be the answer to freight logistics problems.

Markets: Resources , Transport, Freight, logistics and infrastructure
Expertise: Rail & mass transit, Environment & planning

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An Africa city

Creating efficient, liveable cities

Deon Pretorius

In this interview, Deon Pretorius, Aurecon’s Land Development Services Leader in Cape Town, describes some of the barriers to creating efficient cities as well as current trends and the solutions and innovations Aurecon is leveraging to help our clients ‘get it right’.

Markets: Government, Property
Expertise: Environment & planning

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Silo

Silo technology - Of cones and codes

Over the past decade, a number of inverted cone silos have suffered well-publicised failures. In this article Hugh McKay, Aurecon's bulk handling storage facilities expert, looks at what steps can be taken to stop this occuring in the future.

Markets: Resources
Expertise: Bulk transport

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Queensland Children Hospital

How does programme management differ from project management?

In late 2012, Aurecon held a leadership workshop at its Gauteng office in South Africa where colleagues from across our business took time to discuss critical issues, developments and trends in Programme and Project Management.

Markets: Government
Expertise: Geospatial systems, Program and project management

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