Aurecon Videos

This collection includes all Videos from AureconGroup's YouTube Account

  • Drones for safer construction: Aurecon's innovative rock-mapping technology2:12

    Drones for safer construction: Aurecon's innovative rock-mapping technology

    To safely enable construction work underneath the 80-metre-high cliff at Deans Head in Christchurch, Aurecon's project team engineered the unique and cutting-edge smart drone mapping technology. http:

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  • Drones for safer construction: Aurecon's innovative rock-mapping technology1:13

    Drones for safer construction: Aurecon's innovative rock-mapping technology

    To safely enable construction work underneath the 80-metre-high cliff at Deans Head in Christchurch, Aurecon's project team engineered the unique and cutting-edge smart drone mapping technology. http:

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  • The Future Engineer: An Address by John McGuire to UTS Graduate Engineers3:33

    The Future Engineer: An Address by John McGuire to UTS Graduate Engineers

    Aurecon’s John McGuire addresses graduating engineering students from the University of Technology Sydney (UTS) in 2017. http://bit.ly/2EqUscq John discusses the current period of unprecedented cha

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  • Our 2019 Aurecon Design Academy graduates1:03

    Our 2019 Aurecon Design Academy graduates

    Congratulations to our 2019 Aurecon Design Academy graduates. Learn more about the programme delivering advanced training to our most talented designers. http://bit.ly/2PaRsqS The Aurecon Design Aca

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  • T4 Express Elevated Road to Melbourne Airport, Australia1:46

    T4 Express Elevated Road to Melbourne Airport, Australia

    Aurecon's multidisciplinary teams work with Melbourne Airport to design the T4 Express Elevated Road. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2DTPPY0 One of Australia’s largest airports, Melbourne Airport, is unde

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  • Aurecon and UQ: the challenges of transitioning to a low carbon future6:06

    Aurecon and UQ: the challenges of transitioning to a low carbon future

    Professor Peta Ashworth and Aurecon’s Paul Gleeson discuss the challenges of transitioning to a low-carbon future in Australia. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2LreTtD Australia’s energy sector is experien

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  • Revitalising Newcastle3:01

    Revitalising Newcastle

    Revitalisation and reconnection of central Newcastle The revitalisation of the city centre is an important project for Newcastle’s future development. The re-use of disused rail land for a mixed-us

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  • Fisherman’s Bend Catalyst Site, Places Victoria2:01

    Fisherman’s Bend Catalyst Site, Places Victoria

    A cutting-edge science and innovation district. Fisherman’s Bend is the largest urban renewal area in Australia. The State Government purchased this catalyst site to establish Australia’s leading desi

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  • TfNSW – Digital Project Delivery3:49

    TfNSW – Digital Project Delivery

    The Digital Engineering (DE) Framework anchored by Transport for NSW is helping to transform the way DE is delivered on Transport projects and optimises how data and information are integrated and use

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  • Doha Transport Vision3:40

    Doha Transport Vision

    The Doha Transport Vision is a long-term strategy created by Aurecon to address the transport problems of a growing Doha. The strategy proposes and tests several initiatives including new public trans

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  • City Rail Link (CRL)1:36

    City Rail Link (CRL)

    The City Rail Link is New Zealand’s largest-ever transport infrastructure project and will transform Auckland’s public transport network. Through a direct connection or “link” from Britomart to Mount

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  • Carlton Innovation Precinct1:48

    Carlton Innovation Precinct

    Anchored by the University of Melbourne, this innovation precinct in Carlton will bring together teaching, research and working spaces together with amenities, open space and the Melbourne node of the

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  • Southwest Gateway2:46

    Southwest Gateway

    The Southwest Gateway programme is a collaboration between NZ Transport Agency, Auckland Transport, and Auckland airport to deliver three key infrastructure projects that will provide choice and relia

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  • 80 Collins Street, Melbourne4:15

    80 Collins Street, Melbourne

    80 Collins Street is a major commercial site at the ‘Paris end’ of Melbourne’s Collins street. This development will be key to revitalising the eastern end of the Collins Street precinct with premium

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  • Plan Melbourne, State Government of Victoria1:26

    Plan Melbourne, State Government of Victoria

    Communicating Melbourne’s metropolitan planning strategy Plan Melbourne is the city’s metropolitan planning strategy, defining the principles and policies to guide the next 35 years of growth and c

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  • Aurecon digital engineering0:14

    Aurecon digital engineering

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  • Aurecon provides engineering design for Western Sydney International's terminal precinct2:01

    Aurecon provides engineering design for Western Sydney International's terminal precinct

    Aurecon has been appointed to provide the terminal precinct engineering design services for the new $5.3 billion Western Sydney International (Nancy-Bird Walton) Airport, which will meet the city’s gr

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  • The AURECONS 2019 Highlights1:55

    The AURECONS 2019 Highlights

    The AURECONS is our internal awards programme designed to help our people tell the story of our talent, teamwork and the exemplar projects we bring to life for our clients. We hope you enjoy the highl

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  • Future transport: understanding what Australians want2:11

    Future transport: understanding what Australians want

    In the ‘2035: Moving People and Goods’ survey, we asked more than 1300 people in Australia to imagine themselves in 2035 and tell us about where they had chosen to live, work, how they commute, what f

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  • WEC 2019 - The why for walking transformations in our cities1:38

    WEC 2019 - The why for walking transformations in our cities

    Walking can be the fastest and most economical way to get around a city, and can have enormous benefits on health. To integrate walking, cities must focus on safety, convenience, culture and comfort f

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