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Aurecon construction market brochure.

The construction industry is evolving at a rapid rate, with economic, social and environmental factors influencing the scope of construction projects and their delivery.

Aurecon delivers engineering, project management and specialist technical services that cover every stage of a construction project life cycle. Our client-centric approach enables better economic, social and environmental outcomes for end clients as well as improved constructability for contractors. Our constant focus on value engineering and tailored design solutions support clients in reducing lost time injuries, as well as the time and cost of construction, without compromising on innovation, quality or safety.

“The breadth of our capabilities means we don’t just patch a team together to deliver a project – we build teams and solutions that are tailored to the needs of each client, end user and construction contractor.”
Michael Kartsounis Industry Director - Construction

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Market Brochures - Construction

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  2. 2. EastLink project Australia The construction industry is evolving at a rapid rate, with economic, social and environmental factors influencing the scope of construction projects and their delivery.
  3. 3. Our expertise St Regis Saadiyat Island Resort United Arab Emirates Aurecon delivers engineering, project management and specialist technical services that cover every stage of a construction project life cycle. Our client- centric approach enables better economic, social and environmental outcomes for end clients as well as improved constructability for contractors. Our constant focus on value engineering and tailored design solutions support clients in reducing lost time injuries, as well as the time and cost of construction, without compromising on innovation, quality or safety.
  4. 4. Our expertise “The breadth of our capabilities means we don’t just patch a team together to deliver a project – we build teams and solutions that are tailored to the needs of each client, end user and construction contractor.” Michael Kartsounis Industry Director - Construction Intermodal Logistics Centre at Enfield Australia
  5. 5. Health and Safety Health & Safety comes first in everything we do and is a core value for Aurecon. We foster this by appointing experienced teams who combine a deep understanding of the management of Health & Safety with that of our clients. We integrate and align our teams with our clients to deliver best practice project outcomes across safety, risk, quality, budget and schedule.
  6. 6. Design Solutions Our specialist teams focus on innovation to create design solutions that reduce time and cost, without compromising the safety and quality of the end product.
  7. 7. Key areas of expertise Khumani Iron Ore Mine Expansion South Africa Major project delivery We offer clients a transparent, integrated and consistent approach to major project delivery that allows Aurecon’s experienced, dedicated and talented people to deliver projects within a framework of clear and targeted functional processes. With global capabilities that are delivered locally through our highly mobile teams, we use industry leading systems that can be tailored to suit our clients’ specific requirements and allow us to deliver innovative, reliable programmes and projects. Delivery methods Aurecon has a reputation for effectively delivering programmes and projects across the construction industry through whatever delivery methods are most appropriate, including, alliancing, partnering, design & construct, ECI, PPP or the more traditional forms of delivery.
  8. 8. Key areas of expertise Peninsula Link Australia Safety in design Safety in design forms the foundation of Aurecon’s construction capabilities. Integrating comprehensive hazard identification and risk assessment methods early in the design process, Aurecon’s focus on safety in design encompasses all design including facilities, hardware, systems, equipment, products, tooling, materials, energy controls, layout and configuration. Systems assurance Systems engineering and systems assurance are vital processes in delivering infrastructure and construction projects, within complex operating environments. Through our systems assurance expertise, Aurecon can help clients develop and implement systems that meet project objectives and specifications, while also achieving the highest standards of safety and reliability across the life cycle of the project.
  9. 9. A tailored services mix We tailor our teams and service mix around the individual needs of each client, creating solutions that meet their drivers and vision of project success.
  10. 10. A vibrant service mix
  11. 11. The Central Terminal Building at OR Tambo International Airport South Africa Client Airports Company South Africa The completion of the Central Terminal Building was vital for the success of the 2010 FIFA World Cup as the airport served as the key point of entry to and from South Africa, forming a literal ‘gateway to Africa’ for all tourists. Aurecon’s involvement in this large, complex project comprised civil and structural engineering, including the implementation of a complex glass and aluminium façade system central to the terminal’s visual appeal. Aurecon also provided wet services and mechanical engineering, including heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC). The construction of the terminal was completed with minimal disruption of existing operations by careful sequencing and collaboration with the client and the contractor. Our global success stories
  12. 12. TrackStar Alliance Australia Client TrackStar Alliance TrackStar Alliance is an integrated infrastructure delivery business that harnesses the best skills of four experienced business partners, Queensland Rail, Thiess, Aurecon and AECOM. Established in June 2006, TrackStar Alliance has designed and constructed a series of rail infrastructure projects in South East Queensland including the Caboolture to Beerburrum Track Duplication, the Robina to Varsity Lakes Rail Extension, the Corinda to Darra Rail Upgrade and the Beerwah Rail Crossing. The Alliance is currently constructing the Stage 2 Richlands to Springfield Project, that will help reduce congestion on the Centenary Highway, potentially taking 2 500 cars off the road during peak traffic times. Key features of this project include a 9.5 kilometre dual track passenger rail line, two new stations, an integrated bus and rail interchange, seven rail bridges and more than seven kilometres of cycle pathways. Our global success stories
  13. 13. Meydan Racecourse Development United Arab Emirates Client Dubai Roads and Transport Authority The Dubai Roads and Transport Authority appointed Aurecon, in joint venture with Al Burj Engineering Consultants, for the design, tender documentation and construction supervision for the required road network and bridges. Successful collaboration between all stakeholders ensured the construction of the road network and the bridges were completed in time for the 2010 World Cup event at the Racecourse. The tight deadline was the main driver in determining many aspects of the design philosophy adopted by the joint venture with tender documents being compiled to ensure phasing of the works could be accommodated. Construction on the first phase of the road network commenced in August 2007 and was completed on schedule at the end of March 2010. The project, which played its part in the ultimate success of the event, now forms an integral part of the Meydan landscape. Our global success stories
  14. 14. Gautrain Rapid Rail Link South Africa Client Gauteng Provincial Government Consortium Bombela Concession Company The Gautrain Rapid Rail Link is a state of the art dedicated rapid rail line between Johannesburg, Pretoria and OR Tambo International Airport, a fast growing region with increasing pressure on existing transportation infrastructure. The project’s ten stations are linked by approximately 150 kilometres of rail. Aurecon was awarded Detail Design Package 6A, the main distinguishing aspect of which is the Viaduct V5c. This viaduct is the single longest viaduct on the project, founded on extremely difficult subsoil dolomite formations and situated in an urban environment. Our bridge, geotechnical and road experts helped devise a cost-effective, efficient and environmentally friendly transport solution for the most densely developed area in Gauteng. The Gautrain project is set to play a pivotal role in the economic development of the Gauteng Province. Our global success stories
  15. 15. Air New Zealand Nelson Hangar New Zealand Winner Aurecon was the structural engineer for a new hangar facility at Nelson Airport, New Zealand. The hangar is a large 80 by 60 metre free span structural steel building with a clear height of 9.5 metres and overall height of 15 metres to the apex. The roof structure was built on the ground with all cladding, insulation, lighting, heaters and cabling fitted at ground level. Following construction of the roof structure, the roof was jacked up onto concrete columns and the wall cladding finished. A joint free, post-tensioned floor was then poured inside the closed in hangar. Aurecon’s solution met the client’s size requirements, ensured a shorter construction period and allowed for cost savings due to the simple fabrication. Award-winning solutions New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards 2011 Building and Construction
  16. 16. Stamford Residences New Zealand Winner Award-winning solutions New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards 2010 Building and Construction Innovative engineering enabled 11 floors of luxury apartments, and associated car parking, to be constructed above the world-renowned Stamford Plaza 5 Star Hotel in Auckland’s central business district. Aurecon was appointed for structural engineering, geotechnical engineering, facade engineering and surveying of the existing building. Innovations included installing three tuned mass dampers, weighing a total of 380 tonnes, to reduce the wind accelerations experienced by occupants in the building.
  17. 17. Cunene River Bridge South Africa Dual Award Winner Award-winning solutions South African Institute of Civil Engineering Project Awards 2010 International Construction World’s Best Projects 2010 Civil Engineering and Building Contractors (outside South Africa) After the last permanent structure was destroyed in the Civil War, Aurecon, together with joint venture partners Gabeng and BKS, were appointed for the design and preparation of bid documents and site supervision for the 880 metre long Cunene River Bridge project, currently the longest bridge in Angola. Using a temporary fill, a working platform on the flood plain was created so piling work could operate non-stop during the five month flood plain inundation. The 110 friction piles, with a width of 1.2 metres and an average length of 25 metres were accommodated in the shortest time possible. To meet time constraints, 100 girder sections and more than 1 000 precast concrete deck slabs were simultaneously constructed in China and on site, respectively. A separate site was set up to weld girders which were launched using hydraulic jacks. Before the bridge could be launched, a reinforced substructure consisting of 16 piers and the two abutments were constructed.
  18. 18. Techport Australia Common User Facility Australia Joint winner Award-winning solutions Engineers Australia, Australian Engineering Excellence Awards 2010 Certificate of recognition Consult Australia Awards for Excellence 2010 Transport and civil The Common User Facility in South Australia is a national strategic asset that is playing a key role in the building of the new Air Warfare Destroyers for the Royal Australian Navy. Aurecon was the design consultant for this technically challenging and complex multidisciplinary project, which was delivered on time and constructed to the approved budget. Work was performed on land, over water and under water, with much of it carried out on the edge of the Port River, requiring substantial pre-construction works. The Port River is a dolphin sanctuary and stringent environmental controls were enforced to ensure minimal impact on the river’s ecology.
  19. 19. Registered office Australia - Melbourne Aurecon Centre Level 8, 850 Collins Street Docklands VIC 3008 Australia T +61 3 9975 3000 E melbourne@aurecongroup.com South Africa - Tshwane Aurecon Centre Lynnwood Bridge Office Park 4 Daventry Street Lynnwood Manor 0081 South Africa T +27 12 427 2000 E tshwane@aurecongroup.com Asia - Singapore 152 Beach Road #22-02 Gateway East Singapore 189721 T +65 6256 6188 E singapore@aurecongroup.com

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