Aurecon moving up

Aurecon has moved up five places in the internationally recognised Engineering News-Record (ENR) Top 150 Global Design Firms 2012 rankings to occupy the 37th position in the world.

In addition, they group maintained its rankings as number four in the Asia/Australia region and number three in the African region in the Top 200 International Design Firms rankings. Further, in two of the Top 10 markets, Aurecon is ranked twice in the top 10 – Industrial (seventh) and Manufacturing (third).

Since 2009, Aurecon has increased its ranking in the ENR Top 150 Global Design Firms listings from number 52 up to number 37.

“The latest ENR ranking is exciting, as it points to continued growth in the face of difficult economic times. What we are seeing now is our business model consolidating our improved service delivery capabilities and enabling us to better capitalise on major project opportunities around the globe,” says Paul Hardy, Aurecon’s Chief Executive Officer.

“Our increased focus on our clients and our ability to deliver multidisciplinary services from across our offices enables us to resource, bid on and win an increasing number of large, integrated projects,” adds Hardy.

The ENR is a weekly magazine that provides news, analysis and data to the construction industry worldwide.

Annually it ranks the largest contractors and design firms internationally, providing a trusted industry barometer against which firms are able to measure their industry standing. 

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