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Aurecon Property market brochure. …

Aurecon Property market brochure.

Environmental and financial performance over the life cycle of a project are key drivers shaping the property market globally.
With wide ranging property experience across multiple regions, we offer world standard expertise strengthened by localised knowledge and resources in the 80 plus countries in which we have worked.

Aurecon’s key capabilities encompass structural, civil, mechanical, electrical, hydraulics, fire services and information and communication engineering. This is supported by our building sciences and building information modelling (BIM) capabilities.

We believe sustainable design is good design. We achieve this by aligning our clients’ expectations and budget with the local climate and environment to effectively manage cost and the use of materials, natural resources and energy.

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  • 1. Property
  • 2. Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia Environmental and financial performance over the life cycle of a project are key drivers shaping the property market globally.
  • 3. Our expertise Hong Kong International Airport Hong Kong With wide ranging property experience across multiple regions, we offer world standard expertise strengthened by localised knowledge and resources in the 80 plus countries in which we have worked. Aurecon’s key capabilities encompass structural, civil, mechanical, electrical, hydraulics, fire services and information and communication engineering. This is supported by our building sciences and building information modelling (BIM) capabilities. We believe sustainable design is good design. We achieve this by aligning our clients’ expectations and budget with the local climate and environment to effectively manage cost and the use of materials, natural resources and energy.
  • 4. Our expertise “The starting point for any property project is to understand what project success means for the individual client. Our role is to add value to our clients’ businesses and project outcomes, assisting them to transform their vision into a reality.” Ermis Marques Industry Director - Property Ermis Marques (right) with Aurecon team members, Mfundo Zubane (left) and Nicol Labuschagne (middle)
  • 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. Sector expertise Hotels, casinos and leisure  Medinas Jumeirah Resort, United ArabEmirates (above image)  Star City Casino, Australia  City of Dreams, Macau  Natadola Marine Resort, Fiji  Sheraton Hotel, Thailand Stamford Plaza Hotel, New Zealand Retail and shopping centres  Ikea Mega Bangna, Thailand (above image)  Zewenwacht Shopping Centre, South Africa  Adelaide Central Plaza, Australia  Accra Mall Development, Ghana  Top Ryde Shopping Centre, Australia  La Nova Changsha, China Transport terminals  Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong (above image)  The Central Terminal Building at OR Tambo International Airport, South Africa  Qantas Terminal Sydney, Australia  Brisbane International Airport, Australia  Noi Bai International Airport, Vietnam
  • 7. Sector expertise Sports and cultural facilities  Perth Arena, Australia (above image)  Etihad Stadium, Australia  Tung Chung Swimming Pool, Hong Kong  Forsyth Barr Stadium, New Zealand  Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium, South Africa  Margaret Court Arena, Australia Office buildings  Darling Quarter, Sydney, Australia (above image)  235 St George’s Terrace, Perth, Australia  Landmark East, Hong Kong  717 Bourke Street, Melbourne, Australia  Bahrain Financial Harbour, Kingdom of Bahrain Landmark buildings  Shanghai Tower, China (above image)  Wembley Stadium, United Kingdom  Eureka Tower, Australia Melbourne Cricket Ground, Australia  Freedom Park Museum, South Africa  Western Australian Maritime Museum, Australia
  • 8. Sector expertise Health  Gold Coast University Hospital, Australia (above image)  Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital, Australia  Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Australia  Alfred Centre, Australia  North Lantau Hospital, Tung Chung, Hong Kong  Royal North Shore Hospital, Australia Data centres  Global Switch, Australia  Equinix Sydney 1 & 3, Australia  CSC Perth, Australia  Tier 5 Data Centre, Australia  AIS Data Centre, Thailand  Optus Satellite Earth Station, Australia  HSBC Data Centre, China Educational facilities  University of Melbourne Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning, Australia (above image)  University of Technology Sydney Broadway Building, Australia  Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology, Arts and Media, New Zealand  University of South Africa, Muckleneuk Campus, South Africa
  • 9. Sector expertise Land development  Pinnacle Point Beach and Golf Resort, South Africa (above image)  Palm Deira, United Arab Emirates  Kelvin Grove Urban Village, Australia  Da Nang Beach Resort, Vietnam  Kaikeura Ocean Ridge, New Zealand  Little Bay Development, Australia  Karratha City Core, Australia Government buildings  Department of International Relations and Cooperation, South Africa (above image)  Woodford Correctional Centre, Australia  Brisbane Supreme and District Court, Australia  Manchester Law Courts, United Kingdom  Women’s Prison, New Zealand  Commonwealth Law Courts, Australia High rise residential  World Tower, Australia (above image)  The Sail @ Marina Bay, Singapore  Meriton Tower, Australia  Southport Central, Australia  Chevron Renaissance Tower III, Australia  Fraser and Neave Apartments, Australia
  • 10. Technical specialties Environmental modelling  Thermal and smoke modelling  Pedestrian and human movement simulation  Energy simulation  Daylight, glare and lighting analysis  Wind and airflow modelling  Fire safety engineering Façades  Specialised façade and roof structures including cables, fabric and structural glass elements  Glass curtain walls  Materials science, glass, stone aluminium, concrete, masonry, steel  Remedial façade engineering Advanced structural analysis  Analysis of tension membrane and cable structures, arches and shells, including form optimisation  Transient dynamic analysis and human comfort assessment  Advanced analysis of tall buildings  Earthquake response simulation  Modelling of blast loading and structural damage  Erection analysis for long span structures
  • 11. Technical specialties Land development  Greenfield, precinct, subdivision and urban sites  Master planning and design  Town planning and urban design  Roads, water, transport, buildings and structures  Land surveying and landscape architecture  Green technology Environmentally sustainable design (ESD)  Ratings tools including LEED, BREAM, HK-BREAM, GREENSTAR AND NABERS, GREENMARK, LOTUS and AGIC  Strategies for financing and governance of sustainable solutions  Energy, water, transport, indoor environmental quality Building information modelling (BIM)  Integrated analysis design and documentation across all engineering disciplines  Spatial coordination of structure, services and architectural elements  Simulation of construction and operational activities  Assistance with whole of life asset management
  • 12. Smarter thinking: HUB-id Aurcon has a unique market offering in transports hubs, HUB-id, that enables smarter thinking that enables communities to grow in a resilient and sustainable manner. Our people orientated approach ties urban planning, transit orientated development and land use together to create places for people where success is measured by the overall social, economic and environmental outcomes. Aurecon draws together the work of planners, engineers, architects and urban designers, transport and traffic modellers towards a common focus on movement and people.
  • 13. Equinix Data Centre SY3 Australia Client Equinix Aurecon provided fast track design and construction consultancy services for Equinix SY3, a colocation data centre in Sydney. Delivered on budget and to deadline, this mission critical facility supports the expanding internet, telecommunications and data markets. Each stage provides colocation space for 1000 cabinets. Associated building services include transformers, static UPS, diesel generators, chillers, AHU’s and CRAC units. Extensive space planning was required to optimise use of the existing building envelope, minimise installation costs and provide suitable maintenance access. The design Power Utilisation Effectiveness (PUE), exceeded the client brief by achieving a value of 1.4. The module size of the building services plant ensured the efficient operation of plant and design load and suiting staged load growth. The total design was delivered using Revit, a 3D computer aided design package, to demonstrate coordination and fit of all equipment, and provide client understanding and confidence in the solution. Our global success stories
  • 14. 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 exit from South Africa for all tourists. Aurecon’s involvement in this large, complex project comprised the 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. The construction of the terminal was completed so as to minimise disruption of existing operations by careful sequencing and collaboration with the client and the contractor. Our global success stories
  • 15. Te Puni Village, Victoria University New Zealand Client Victoria University of Wellington This project has won some of the world’s most coveted industry awards, including the Institute of Structural Engineers (UK), Structural Awards 2009 – Winner for Education or Healthcare Structures. It was also awarded a Silver award in 2010 Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand awards. Aurecon’s ground breaking design on this project used Low Damage Design to allow the building to be used as an administration facility after an earthquake. In this design methodology, large amounts of energy are absorbed by the building rocking and sliding in a controlled manner, limiting the damage that would otherwise occur in a serious earthquake. Aurecon was engaged to provide consulting services for a multi-storied student accommodation project. Situated on an elevated, steep and exposed site, the project was placed on a fast track programme of construction. Our global success stories
  • 16. Qatar Science and Technology Park (QSTP) Qatar Client Woods Bagot QSTP represents a new master plan concept for science and technology parks worldwide. As a home for technology based companies from around the world and an incubator of start up enterprises, QSTP is set to become a major contributor to the development of Qatar’s economy. Aurecon undertook the structural, civil, façade, security and fire life safety design for the QSTP and worked closely with architects, Woods Bagot, to ensure the successful realisation of this development. The design is truly original, with application of ingenuity and innovation in order to achieve the client’s vision for the project. Our global success stories
  • 17. St. Regis Resort, Saadiyat Island, Abu Dhabi United Arab Emirates Client Mirage Mille Leisure Development Saadiyat Island is a 27 square kilometre island situated 500 metres off shore Abu Dhabi. Aurecon was appointed to undertake all of the structural engineering on the project, as well as the design of roads, storm water and bulk earthworks. In addition, we were appointed to also undertake geotechnical engineering, as well as maintain a full time construction supervision team onsite during the enabling works and during the main contract. Aurecon began work on this project in late 2007 and played a key role in ensuring that a number of significant engineering challenges were overcome in the journey of creating one of the Middle East’s premier tourist destinations. Our global success stories
  • 18. State Theatre of Western Australia Australia Client Department of Culture and the Arts The landmark State Theatre of Western Australia, located in the Perth cultural centre, is a new theatre complex comprising a 575 seat auditorium, 200 seat studio theatre and ancillary rehearsal and performance spaces. Aurecon assisted with the preparation of the business case and site selection study, before providing key sustainable building services design during the second project phase. During the mechanical services design for the facility, Aurecon engineers used extensive computational fluid dynamics simulations to analyse various air conditioning concepts. The simulations gave a highly accurate selection of displacement ventilation system and high-level jet diffuser options and performance data, which was matched to the building design. A number of design considerations specifically aimed at minimising the energy consumption of the building were also modelled to deliver improved ecologically sustainable outcomes. Our global success stories
  • 19. Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology (NMIT) Arts and Media Building New Zealand Multiple award winner Award-winning solutions Institution of Structural Engineers UK, Structural Awards 2011 Category: Education of Healthcare Structures Property Council of New Zealand Awards 2011 Category: Education and Arts This unique building employs Low Damage Design to resist earthquakes, which is a world first for a timber building. This revolutionary earthquake technology has been developed by Aurecon’s structural engineers and is based on the latest timber research from the University of Canterbury. The building incorporates several new timber structural systems for floors, beams and columns, and truly demonstrates the possibilities for using structural timber in multi-storey construction.
  • 20. Freedom Park Museum South Africa Winner Award-winning solutions South African Institute of Steel Construction Steel Awards 2010 Category: Architectural The museum forms part of the Freedom Park heritage development in Tshwane, South Africa, which serves as a centre of remembrance and aims to promote unity, peace and reconciliation in South Africa. It is designed as a group of asymmetrically shaped buildings on different levels. Aurecon provided an innovative structural steel solution to meet the major construction challenge posed by the architectural concept. The steelwork accommodated the large spans and high volumes required, while being constructed economically and within tight timeframes. The use of structural steel also made it possible to sculpt the complex shapes the architect required, which was not possible using other construction materials.
  • 21. Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium South Africa Winner Award-winning solutions Consulting Engineers South Africa Glenrand MIB Engineering Excellence Awards 2010 Category: Soccer stadiums Aurecon was part of the structural design team consortium that created this magnificent sports stadium in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The roof design, made to look like a flower with a series of white ‘petals’ has been described as an ‘engineering masterpiece’ by Consulting Engineers South Africa. Situated on the coast, wind comfort for spectators was a major consideration in the roof design and enclosed walkways were provided on the upper levels. The stadium features good sight lines and limited distances from the seating areas to the pitch.
  • 22. The Sail @ Marina Bay Singapore Winner Award-winning solutions Building and Construction Authority Construction Excellence Award 2010 Category: Residential Buildings One of the tallest residential buildings in Singapore, The Sail @ Marina Bay consists of two towers of 70 storeys and 63 storeys. Performance glass façades were chosen to maximise views of the new downtown resort. The façade system design needed to achieve both functionality and constructability. As façade consultants, Aurecon’s solution was a curtain wall system that used a rotating sill trim to allow variation in the vertical tilt of the system, while also enabling manufacturing to be optimised.
  • 23. Wembley Stadium United Kingdom Winner Award-winning solutions Engineers Australia, Engineering Excellence Awards 2008 Working as part of the Mott Stadium Consortium, Aurecon was engaged to undertake the structural engineering of the arch and roof, and provide advice on the initial concept design for electrical, vertical transportation and mechanical services. With its stunning arch visible from over 20 kilometres, Wembley Stadium stands as a landmark on London’s skyline. The unique toroidally-shaped rectangular roof, hung from a basket weave lattice arch with a span of 315 metres, is an innovative and structurally efficient solution. It provides coverage and unrestricted views for 90 000 spectators and ensures maximum sunlight on the pitch, using seven independently-driven retractable roof panels. Both fixed and retractable roof panels are supported by very slender and long-span bowstring cables up to 180 metres in length. These are stabilised by an elegant ‘double fish belly’ cable net, which casts minimal shadow on the pitch when the roof panels are open. Image © Nigel Young/Foster + Partners
  • 24. 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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