Aurecon’s Kylie Cochrane talks to Roads & Infrastructure Magazine about the role of social media and digital technology in community and stakeholder engagement on infrastructure projects and how this has changed the dynamic of project delivery.
The head of Aurecon’s Newcastle office has been named one of six Young Executives of the Year in the 2018 Australian Financial Review BOSS awards.
The consultancy firm’s new technical director will be based in Victoria and responsible for leading its tunnel projects and pursuing new opportunities across the country and Asia-Pacific.
Tim Spies has been named as the global engineering and infrastructure advisory firm’s new Global Service Leader, Building Mechanical.
A joint venture will deliver the pre-construction environmental impact statement services and feasibility design for five sections of the Inland Rail project in