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Market Brochures - Government

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Aurecon Government market brochure.

With rapid global population growth and increasing urbanisation, governments today are faced with greater demand for sustained infrastructure and services, while continuing to support economic growth.

We partner with governments to optimise their available resources toward sound infrastructure investment decisions, optimising economic growth and job creation, positioning assets to meet service delivery priorities and accommodate long-term growth. Aurecon’s technical competencies span the entire infrastructure life cycle - from economic and financial analysis, urban and infrastructure planning, design and construction to operations and maintenance - and encompass energy, housing, roads, water and wastewater, solid waste and sanitation services.

“We package our skills for government clients
that integrate our technical, engineering and management expertise to address local needs, providing integrated solutions that offer long-term benefits for the community.”
Danie Wium Industry Director - Government

Key areas of expertise
Aurecon works with governments to improve the lives of communities, by either providing the necessary basic services or unlocking the inherent advantages of a town, city, region or country. Our approach follows a whole of life strategy, applying our understanding of the planning, finance, delivery and operation of assets.

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Market Brochures - Government

  1. 1. Government
  2. 2. The Government of Malawi’s Poverty Alleviation Programme Malawi With rapid global population growth and increasing urbanisation, governments today are faced with greater demand for sustained infrastructure and services, while continuing to support economic growth.
  3. 3. Our expertise Image: Aurecon staff provided vital engineering expertise to support New Zealand Fire Service’s Urban Search and Rescue Task Force (pictured) in rescue efforts following recent natural disasters in New Zealand and Japan We partner with governments to optimise their available resources toward sound infrastructure investment decisions, optimising economic growth and job creation, positioning assets to meet service delivery priorities and accommodate long-term growth. Aurecon’s technical competencies span the entire infrastructure life cycle - from economic and financial analysis, urban and infrastructure planning, design and construction to operations and maintenance - and encompass energy, housing, roads, water and wastewater, solid waste and sanitation services.
  4. 4. Our expertise “Aurecon creates trusted partnerships with government clients by being future ready, locally relevant and agents for change.” Abbas Jamie Market Director Government and Transport, RSA
  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. Key areas of expertise Aurecon works with governments to improve the lives of communities, by either providing the necessary basic services or unlocking the inherent advantages of a town, city, region or country. Our approach follows a whole of life strategy, applying our understanding of the planning, finance, delivery and operation of assets. Smarter thinking: HUB-id Aurecon’s HUB-id offers smarter thinking that enables communities to grow in a resilient and sustainable manner. Our people orientated approach ties an understanding of commercial and financial aspects of development, 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. We draw together the work of planners, economists, engineers, architects and urban designers, transport and traffic modellers towards a common focus on movement and people. Gautrain marks a new era of rapid rail transport in South Africa
  7. 7. Key areas of expertise Queensland Children’s Hospital Australia Project feasibility and finance Governments are under constant pressure to find efficiencies in their assets life cycle maintenance costs, ensuring the right balance between upgrading existing and creating new assets. Aurecon’s involvement starts from the outset, working with clients to understand their socio- economic drivers, complete the front end analyses that allow these drivers to be leveraged and conducting impact studies, business cases and risk analyses.  Assessment of infrastructure costs  Financial modelling  Formulation of funding models  Legal structuring
  8. 8. Key areas of expertise Granger Bay Boulevard and Green Point Traffic Circle South Africa Asset planning Aurecon has extensive skills in translating socio-economic drivers and financing options into planned solutions. This involves providing urban planning and design outcomes, undertaking environmental impact assessments and obtaining statutory approvals.  Design  Procurement  Construction management  Development programmes
  9. 9. Key areas of expertise Athlone Wastewater Treatment Plant South Africa Asset creation Aurecon has successfully designed, delivered and managed a range of assets relating to data and telecommunications, buildings, infrastructure, energy, transport, water and defence. Drawing on our multidisciplinary expertise, we deliver capabilities in the design, construction and management of key government assets throughout their life cycle.  Design  Procurement  Construction management  Development programmes
  10. 10. Key areas of expertise Kelvin Grove Urban Development Australia Asset management Aurecon develops and implements robust asset management plans that maintain the performance, continuity and profitability of assets, optimising returns throughout the asset’s life cycle. Our experience covers the full spectrum of asset management, ranging from life cycle costing to facilities management and strategic advice on asset acquisition, rationalisation and disposal.  Day to day maintenance  Asset registers and condition assessments  Process assessment and redesign
  11. 11. Sector expertise Buildings We provide multidisciplinary services across a building project life cycle, backed by market leading expertise in building services and structural design, with a focus on buildings that function efficiently, economically, safely and sustainably. Bulk water and dams As experienced designers for dams, reservoirs and bulk conveyance systems, we provide whole of life expertise, from network planning to design and construction monitoring, analysis, operational and asset management, and rehabilitation. Environmental and community planning Our experts find the balance between economic growth, social development and protecting the environment. We guide our clients and stakeholders through positioning, planning, approval, design, construction and operation.
  12. 12. Sector expertise Land infrastructure and housing As communities grow, so does the need for housing and the capacity of infrastructure. Aurecon’s infrastructure specialists work closely with our clients to identify non-traditional approaches and deliver sustainable solutions. Programme and project delivery Our comprehensive capabilities in all project delivery models assure our private and public sector clients of project outcomes whether they are business, planning, transactional, delivery or operationally orientated. Transmission and distribution Aurecon is a market leader in energy transmission and distribution. Key services include transmission line design, power system planning studies, all aspects of substation design, asset management and meter and consumption management.
  13. 13. Sector expertise Roads and transport Aurecon’s expertise incorporates road, rail, ports and coastal, aviation and urban transport systems, evolving with the changing transport market and linking the delivery of transport infrastructure with transport demand models, economic growth assessments and integrated urban planning solutions. Water and waste water treatment Aurecon’s team of water experts deliver tailored treatment solutions for all aspects of the water cycle, from municipal and industrial wastewater to desalination, recycled and potable water treatment, from planning to operation.
  14. 14. Post earthquake reconstruction services New Zealand Client Christchurch Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) Having assisted in the crisis response efforts immediately following the 2011 earthquakes, Aurecon is closely involved in several initiatives to rebuild Christchurch. The aim of all reconstruction efforts is about the people as well as the built environment, allowing for the creation of places and infrastructure that help rebuild the resilience of the community. The Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Authority (CERA) is a new government department overseeing the rebuild of Canterbury with Aurecon staff seconded to CERA in key advisory roles. Aurecon is also part of the Stronger Christchurch Infrastructure Rebuild Team (SCIRT), tasked with the rebuild of infrastructure such as roads, pipes, sewerage and retaining walls. Aurecon teams are also providing vital reconstruction services for ongoing demolition and geotechnical work, and developing options for energy, light rail and land development. Our global success stories
  15. 15. Community Pedestrian Safety Pilot Project (CPSPP) South Africa Client Trans African Concessions (TRAC) With 32% of child fatalities in South Africa due to road traffic accidents, TRAC responded to the high country- wide road death statistics by resolving to improve pedestrian safety along a section of the N4 toll route between Pretoria and the Port of Maputo. Aurecon was awarded full project design, management and community consultation of TRAC’s first CPSPP, and co-funded the cost of implementing the CPSPP as part of our Corporate Social Investment programme. Commencing in 2012, the project is modelled around research indicating successful pedestrian safety projects at schools have two aspects in common: developing leaders (through mentoring and coaching) and keeping the programme visible and exciting (through the creation of an active, involved project steering committee). The project comprises three main aspects: training of potential Community Pedestrian Officers (CPOs), appointing CPOs to teach school children about road and pedestrian safety, and a period of project evaluation. Our global success stories
  16. 16. Upgrading of National Road EN1 from Gorongosa to Caia Mozambique Client National Roads Administration The Gorongosa-Caia route is important to the USAID- funded Rural Access Programme and forms an important element of the Roads and Coastal Shipping Programme. A 243 kilometre section of National Road EN1 was in very poor condition due to lack of maintenance over a 25 year period and severe damage caused to a number of major road-over-bridges during the Mozambican civil war. Aurecon was responsible for the road rehabilitation works and design upgrade of nine of the road-over-river bridges to restore full and free access of travel along this section of road, which still serves as a vital link between the south and north of the country. Services provided by Aurecon included: topographical and engineering surveys; road and bridge condition assessments and detailed material investigations; rehabilitation design of stormwater drainage systems; repair design of bridges and road pavement; preparation of bill of quantities; preparation of works contract documents; and assistance to USAID with preferred sole source contractor. Our global success stories
  17. 17. Queensland Children’s Hospital Australia Client Queensland Health Aurecon is providing programme and project management services to Queensland Health for one of the largest public health projects ever undertaken in Australia. The new hospital design comprises 359 public beds, 12 clinical levels and more than 80 000 square metres of clinical floor space. The programme includes construction of an academic and research facility, relocation of an existing facility and construction of a tri-generation energy plant. Aurecon’s primary role is project managing for the briefing, planning, design, construction and commissioning phases including a number of advisory services relating to business case development, facilities management and project direction. The programme of work is being delivered utilising various procurement systems including lump sum, construction management, design and construct, and managing contractor. Our global success stories
  18. 18. Granger Bay Boulevard and Green Point Traffic Circle South Africa Client City of Cape Town A novel solution was needed to provide effective access for vehicles and pedestrians to the Green Point Stadium and the Victoria Alfred Waterfront in Cape Town. Aurecon designed an elevated traffic circle with a pedestrian plaza underneath to reduce vehicle and pedestrian conflict. Archaeological monitoring was required for all excavations due to the historical nature of the site. All existing road pavement and excavated materials were recycled and reused, and works were carried out in a manner which ensured that all existing traffic flows were unhindered. Our global success stories
  19. 19. Mtwara Development Corridor Project Malawi Client World Bank The Mtwara Development Corridor was a spatial development initiative incorporating regions of Tanzania, Mozambique, Malawi and Zambia. The aim was to develop a transport corridor that would provide these regions with easier access to the port at Mtwara and other transit corridors. The purpose of the project was to attract private sector investment for infrastructure improvement, with the aim of reducing poverty and stimulating broad-based economic growth through the creation of conditions conducive to private sector investment and public private partnerships. Developing roads and bridges was one of the focuses. The project was carried out over three phases, with Aurecon providing specialist legal, regional planning and development, and financial services. Our global success stories
  20. 20. Post flood reconstruction work in Queensland Australia Client Queensland Local Government Infrastructure Service Flooding in Queensland during 2010 and 2011 caused a large proportion of the State to be disaster declared. A consequence was extensive damage to infrastructure, primarily transport infrastructure. Aurecon has supported the Queensland Government, as well as various local Councils, in comprehensively assessing the scale and nature of damage, designing remediation solutions and providing the cost estimates for these solutions. This involved extensive site inspections and the use of geographic information system applications to map affected areas and sites. In some instances these were compiled into applications for Australian Government reconstruction funding. Our global success stories
  21. 21. Building the Education Revolution (BER) Australia Client New South Wales Department of Education and Training Following the global financial crisis, the Australian Government decided to improve the quality of Australian school facilities and support jobs in the construction industry. Aurecon was tasked with providing project management services during the planning and delivery phases of the project. The works package consisted of 235 projects located over a geographical area of approximately 30 000 kilometres. The project delivered new or refurbished educational facilities to every regional government primary school in the area. Classrooms and libraries were constructed with interactive learning equipment and technology was updated to include IT equipment and server racks. To meet the project’s environmental sustainability objectives, various initiatives were implemented including passive heating and cooling, appropriate ventilation such as turbo vents and flued gas heating. Our global success stories
  22. 22. Gauteng Schools Programme South Africa Client Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) The school upgrade programme, a collaboration between the Gauteng Department of Education (GDE), the Gauteng Funding Agency (GFA) and DBSA, aims to address the GDE’s immediate need for 91 new schools and the refurbishment of 273 existing schools. A complex project, Aurecon’s challenge was to deliver the basic engineering design of 79 schools over a three month period. Business plans were produced that included concept designs, site layouts, full condition surveys and elemental cost estimates. A unique model was used to rapidly assess the expected needs for new schools and the extent of refurbishment required at an existing school. This model provided a set of data that could optimise the use of limited funds, assisting to compile a shortlist of feasible projects. As part of our focus on knowledge sharing relationships, Aurecon also partnered with and trained a local architectural firm, leaving a long-term legacy for the local community. Our global success stories
  23. 23. 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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