Public Infrastructure

Strong public infrastructure is the lifeblood of every economy and with its extensive multi-disciplinary capability and its strong balance sheet, The Aveng Group has a solid track record of project delivery in the public sector. It is ideally placed to deliver large and complex projects that support economic growth.

Capability

The Aveng Group’s strong track record of delivering large-scale projects in the public sector clearly demonstrates the depth and breadth of its capability.

With its end-to-end capability as well as its multi-disciplinary and holistic approach, the Group provides turnkey solutions in construction and engineering infrastructure from design, construction and project management.

The company offers a comprehensive range of services that cover building, civil engineering, tunnelling, pipelines, concessions, earthworks engineering, mechanical and electrical, mining and property development.

The Aveng Group has made a positive contribution in the economies where it is active, building public infrastructure spanning bridges, dams, ports, roads, mines, stadiums, airports and power stations that today form the backbone of the economies of many developing world countries.
 

Flagship projects

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McConnell Dowell - Rapid Growth project 5/6 Marine Works (RGP5/6)
Client:
BHP Billiton Iron Ore (Pty) Ltd
Location:
Western Australia

The design and construction of marine facilities included the construction of four new iron ore export berths, increasing capacity from 50 million tonnes to 205 million tonnes per annum, 34 berthing dolphins and 1.8km of wharf infrastructure. Following the successful delivery of RPG5, RPG6 also awarded. This consists of the material supply, plant and labour for the construction of two additional iron ore export berths at Nelson Point (Berths E & F) inside the harbour at Port Hedland, Western Australia.

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Aveng Grinaker-LTA - Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project Package C
Client:
South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL)
Location:
Gauteng, South Africa

Aveng Grinaker-LTA and joint venture partners Moseme Road Construction and Boitshoko Road Surfacing and Civil Works (both BEE construction companies), carried out two contracts as part of the overall Gauteng Freeway upgrades spanning a distance of 38,6km. The projects consist of roadworks adding extra lanes, upgrading intersections and building new bridges to improve traffic flow in both sections. A total of eight new bridges were built. Infraset also supplied 3 600m² of façade panels and close to 30 000m of barriers to various works packages.

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McConnell Dowell – Adelaide Oval Western Grand Stand
Client:
Department of Infrastructure
Location:
Victoria, Australia

The North Melbourne Railway Station is a strategic hub for passengers to interchange from trains from all areas of Melbourne and country Victoria and is currently used by about two million people annually. It needed to be upgraded to cater for increased volumes. Works included a new station building, a new concourse, connecting a new entrance to all six platforms via lifts, escalators and stairs.

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Aveng Grinaker-LTA - FNB Stadium
Client:
City of Johannesburg
Location:
Johannesburg, South Africa

Construction of the flagship soccer stadium for the 2010 FIFA World CupTM in the style of a calabash, or African pot, that would automatically be associated with the African continent. It has a seating capacity of 89 000 and is the biggest seated soccer stadium to ever host a World Cup final. Building the stadium required 90 000m³ of concrete, about 10 000 tons of reinforcement steel, 9 million bricks and 13 000 tons of structural steel.

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Aveng Grinaker-LTA - Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project
Client:
South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL)
Location:
Gauteng, South Africa

Aveng Grinaker-LTA and joint venture partners Moseme Road Construction and Boitshoko Road Surfacing and Civil Works (both BEE construction companies), are carrying out two contracts as part of the overall Gauteng Freeway upgrades spanning a distance of 38,6km. The projects consist of roadworks adding extra lanes, upgrading intersections and building new bridges to improve traffic flow in both sections. A total of eight new bridges were built. Infraset also supplied 3 600m² of façade panels and close to 30 000m of barriers to various works packages.

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McConnell Dowell – North Melbourne Railway Station Upgrade
Client:
Department of Infrastructure
Location:
Victoria, Australia

The North Melbourne Railway Station is a strategic hub for passengers to interchange from trains from all areas of Melbourne and country Victoria and is currently used by about two million people annually. It needed to be upgraded to cater for increased volumes. Works included a new station building, a new concourse, connecting a new entrance to all six platforms via lifts, escalators and stairs.