Market Brochures - Transport

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Aurecon Transport market brochure.

Greater efficiency, improved speed and sustainability in the movement of people and goods continues to drive the global need for improved transport systems.

With extensive global experience in developing integrated engineering, management and technical transport solutions, Aurecon delivers innovative, whole of life solutions that evolve around changing market trends.
Our expertise has been developed by partnering with clients to deliver sustainable and smart transport systems across air, road, rail, water and pipelines.
Aurecon’s team offers enormous knowledge and experience across all aspects of transport systems. Through our global reach, we offer clients an extensive resource base with a unique breadth of localised knowledge combined with advanced technical capabilities, enabling us to respond to our clients’ transport needs.

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Market Brochures - Transport

  1. 1. Transport
  2. 2. EastLink Australia Greater efficiency, improved speed and sustainability in the movement of people and goods continues to drive the global need for improved transport systems.
  3. 3. Our expertise R21/N1 Bridge South Africa With extensive global experience in developing integrated engineering, management and technical transport solutions, Aurecon delivers innovative, whole of life solutions that evolve around changing market trends. Our expertise has been developed by partnering with clients to deliver sustainable and smart transport systems across air, road, rail, water and pipelines. Aurecon’s team offers enormous knowledge and experience across all aspects of transport systems. Through our global reach, we offer clients an extensive resource base with a unique breadth of localised knowledge combined with advanced technical capabilities, enabling us to respond to our clients’ transport needs.
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. Multidisciplinary expertise Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group Coal Export Terminal Australia Bridges Our impressive track record in the design, construction and maintenance of bridge projects ranges from small scale replacement structures to complex motorways with multiple bridges, as well as long span bridges spanning over 250 metres and bridges with total lengths exceeding three kilometres. Our extensive bridge experience also includes road, incrementally launched, rail and pedestrian bridges, in addition to specialist expertise in temporary bridge works and bridge management systems. Ports Aurecon offers globally recognised ports and coastal capabilities, including front-end studies through to engineering, procurement and construction management (EPCM), delivery transportation chains (especially around intermodal hubs) and asset management.
  6. 6. Innovative specialties Hong Kong International Airport Hong Kong Tunnelling Aurecon’s experience encompasses the transport (road and rail), energy (cable and hydroelectric) and water (drainage, sewer and transfer tunnels) sectors. We specialise in rock, soft ground, cut and cover tunnels and tunnel linings. Our technical expertise is strengthened through our expertise in tunnel operational issues, including fire and life safety, as well as systems integration. Airports Aurecon staff have skills and experience in airport planning and engineering ranging from feasibility studies to the detailed design of a range of airport facilities, including baggage handling systems, aerobridges, pavements, aeronautical ground lighting and navigational aids. This broad technical base is strengthened by our integrated team approach, with projects analysed from a diverse range of planning, environmental and engineering perspectives.
  7. 7. Innovative specialties Gautrain Rapid Rail link South Africa Roads With more than 50 years of road experience, Aurecon is a leader in the planning, design, delivery and asset management of roads and related infrastructure, and the rehabilitation of existing road systems. Our multidisciplinary expertise incorporates all types of roads, from rural access roads to complex freeways, toll roads and system interchanges. Rail With services spanning the planning, design and implementation phases of rail projects, Aurecon delivers integrated rail solutions freight, heavy haul, light metro and passenger rail systems. We offer particularly strong expertise in rail signalling and train control, traction power supplies, overhead wiring, light rail, critical infrastructure protection, operational modelling, communications and security technology, and track and civil specialties.
  8. 8. Innovative specialties Smarter thinking around people, places and transport Aurecon’s HUB-id offers smarter thinking around how people and public transport interact in urban spaces. Our approach involves simultaneously considering the social, economic and environmental objectives of a precinct and then integrating transport modes to find an optimal urban solution. This blending of the transportation and surrounding precinct planning involves a multitude of disciplines such as transport and traffic modellers, land-use planning, urban designers and Intelligent Transport Systems to better deliver sustainable transport solutions. Our involvement can be ‘whole of life’, or simply parts of a project.
  9. 9. A tailored services mix Aurecon’s specialties are strengthened by our client focussed and multidisciplinary approach, forging smart, integrated solutions tailored to each project’s objectives.
  10. 10. Supporting multidisciplinary services
  11. 11. Supporting multidisciplinary services
  12. 12. Gautrain Rapid Rail Link South Africa Client Guateng Provincial Government 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. The Gautrain project is set to play a pivotal role in the economic development of the Gauteng Province. Aurecon ensured the longest viaduct on the project met stringent safety, design and aesthetic requirements. Our bridge, geotechnical and road experts have helped devise a cost-effective, efficient and environmentally friendly transport solution for the most densely developed area in Gauteng. Our global success stories
  13. 13. Peninsula Link Australia Client Abigroup (NZTA) Peninsula Link is a new four lane 27 kilometre freeway, incorporating nine interchanges, eight other grade separations, 27 waterway crossings and a 25 kilometre shared use path. An Aurecon and Sinclair Knight Merz Design Joint Venture was appointed as principal design consultants for the project. Substantial cost savings were achieved in the main nine span bridge structure by enabling the area to be reduced by over 30 percent. This was achieved through the use of traffic modelling software in the design optimisation of the road geometry. The team also led a collaborative design process which reduced impact on an important, environmentally sensitive flora and fauna reserve, and restored the natural overland flow regime. This incorporated a fauna underpass to provide habitat movement beneath the freeway and allow for the creation of a habitat for a protected fish species. Importantly, the works were designed for minimal maintenance intervention, providing a truly sustainable outcome. Our global success stories
  14. 14. Melbourne Metro Study Australia Client Victorian Government Department of Transport (DOT) Aurecon, in association with Mott MacDonald, Sinclair Knight Merz and Grimshaw Architects, was appointed the role of lead technical advisors for the development of concept designs for the Melbourne Metro rail tunnel. The scope of the study required route and station options to be identified and evaluated, including preferred route and station concepts to determine the project scope, risk, programme and cost estimate. Key challenges included a complex integration with the existing network, planning of the underground station in a congested urban area and connectivity with other modes of public transport. Aurecon was responsible for the overall assignment management, site investigations, traction power, tunnelling, mined stations, tunnel ventilation, fire and life safety, track and alignment, signalling and the overall production of concept development reports. Our global success stories
  15. 15. Novo Rail Australia Client RailCorp Novo Rail - an alliance between RailCorp (owner partner and client), Aurecon, Laing O’Rouke and O’Donnell Griffin - will deliver an AUD 1 billion infrastructure upgrade programme of the Sydney rail network over five years. The alliance partners specialise in designing and delivering turnkey rail signalling, traction supply and multidisciplinary projects. Today’s rapid growth in rail patronage means RailCorp must accelerate its investment programme to boost network capacity. The rail signalling and power systems are being upgraded to allow for the introduction of Sydney’s new Waratah trains. A key feature of the delivery model is open-book transparency. Rigorous systems and processes ensure the committed and trusting involvement of alliance partners and RailCorp as client. Our global success stories
  16. 16. SH20 Waterview Connection New Zealand Client New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) Forming part of the Western Ring Route, New Zealand’s largest transport project, Aurecon was initially commissioned to prepare the procurement documentation for a competitive alliance tender, and to undertake a review of the concept design prepared for the Assessment of Environmental Effects for the connection tunnels and interchange package. Aurecon identified the need to undertake value engineering work and several design optimisations were recommended, including reducing the tunnel diameter size and revising the fire and life safety strategy, resulting in significant budget savings. NZTA subsequently engaged Aurecon as their Technical Advisor during the procurement process. Aurecon is currently acting as the Owner’s Verifier to the NZTA for the delivery of the project. In 2011 the project received a silver award of excellence at the New Zealand Institute of Surveyors Awards. Our global success stories
  17. 17. Granger Bay Boulevard and Green Point Traffic Circle South Africa Winner Award-winning innovation South African Institute of Civil Engineering Project Awards 2011 Category: Technical Excellence A novel solution was needed to provide effective access for vehicles and pedestrians to the Green Point Stadium and the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town. Aurecon designed an elevated traffic circle with a pedestrian plaza underneath it to reduce vehicle and pedestrian conflict. Archaeological monitoring was required for all excavations, due to the historical nature of the site. In addition, all of the existing road pavement and excavated materials were recycled and reused. The works were carried out in a manner which ensured that all existing traffic flows were unhindered.
  18. 18. Air New Zealand Nelson Hangar New Zealand Winner Award-winning innovation New Zealand Engineering Excellence Awards 2011 Category: Building and Construction Aurecon was the structural engineer for the hangar, a large 80 metre 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.
  19. 19. Gateway Upgrade Project Australia Winner Award-winning innovation Infrastructure Partnerships Australia, National Infrastructure Awards 2011 Category: Project of the Year The Gateway Upgrade Project involved the refurbishment of the existing bridge and the construction of a second, including a dedicated pedestrian and cycleway, the first of its kind in the world. The project included 12 kilometres of widening of existing dual carriageway and seven kilometres of a new six lane carriageway across derelict and swampy flood plains. Aurecon undertook the Environmental Impact Statement and reference design, provided technical advice to the client during the design and construction management, procurement and evaluation, and subsequently undertook design review during delivery. The project has delivered reduced travel and time and improved links for business, industry, tourism, cyclists and pedestrians.
  20. 20. BridgeWorks Alliance – Sydney Harbour Bridge Infrastructure Upgrade Australia Gold Award of Merit Award-winning innovation Consult Australia Awards for Excellence 2011 Category: Transport and Civil The BridgeWorks Alliance programme to extend the lifespan of the Sydney Harbour Bridge presented extensive and diverse project risks and demanded an uncompromising approach to quality. The bridge is both a heritage listed global icon and a critical artery in the Sydney transport network with intensive stakeholder interest. As the lead designer on the BridgeWorks Alliance, which was formed to carry out the strengthening and upgrading works, Aurecon played a key role in the development of innovative solutions, implemented in an extremely constrained environment and with a unique approach to safety. These included an arch access system that allowed construction to proceed without any unplanned delays to stakeholders, as well as the installation of two underdeck gantries (each the size of an Olympic swimming pool) for construction access.
  21. 21. Newcastle Coal Infrastructure Group (NCIG) Coal Terminal Australia Gold Award Award-winning innovation Consult Australia Awards for Excellence 2011 Category: Project Management The NCIG, comprising a consortium of six coal companies in the Hunter Valley region, successfully tendered to develop a greenfield coal export terminal at the Port of Newcastle. With a start up capacity of 30 million tonnes per annum (Mtpa), the project was the world’s largest initial build for a coal export terminal. Aurecon, in joint venture with Hatch, provided full EPCM services for this Phase 1 development, which has been specifically designed for staged expansion from 30 Mtpa to 66 Mtpa, with further expansions possible. The USD 1 billion project was delivered six weeks ahead of schedule and within budget.
  22. 22. 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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