Infrastructure Projects

By | 2019-05-30T04:03:02+10:00 April 23rd, 2018|Blog, Infrastructure Projects, Oil and Gas Projects, Stakeholder Engagement|

What Many Large Infrastructure Projects Fail to Do?

Infrastructure projects represent a significant portion of the energy and the construction industries. Highways, pipelines, and tunnels are good examples of this type of projects. In this post, we talk about primary challenges in community consultation in the extra-large size infrastructure projects, which involves [...]

Managing Stakeholder Engagement across NZTA Major Projects

The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) creates transport solutions for a thriving New Zealand.  NZTA achieves this through four core business functions: Planning the land transport networks Investing in land transport Managing the state highway network Providing access to and [...]

Community Engagement in an Award Winning Alliance Project

Auckland’s Clear Harbour Alliance, a jointly funded project by Metrowater and Auckland City Council that involved engineering companies Opus International Consultants, GHD and contractor Downer EDI Works was recognised as a Highly Commended Team of Excellence in a Project Alliance [...]

Manage Stakeholder Relations for Northern Sewerage Project

The Northern Sewerage Project (NSP) involved the construction of 13 km of new sewer tunnels from Reservoir to Pascoe Vale. These new sewer tunnels located deep beneath Melbourne’s densely populated northern suburbs. NSP was a $650 million investment in Melbourne’s [...]