Australian Defence Force: Shifting workplace diversity
Join us for a candid conversation on Engineering Reimagined with Aurecon’s Nancy Francis and the Australian Department of Defence’s Mardi Jarvis talking about the importance of culture for shifting diversity, the challenges of single parenthood while juggling a busy career and everything in between…
Passivhaus for warmer climates – can it work?
Passivhaus is a voluntary standard for design and construction that provides a template for ultra–low energy buildings that support high levels of occupant comfort, energy efficiency and resilience to future climate changes. In this episode of Engineering Reimagined, Aurecon’s Pablo Sepulveda speak…
Transforming telecommunications infrastructure with Amplitel
What happens when you need to start thinking like an infrastructure company rather than a telecommunications service provider? Aurecon's Simon McFadden, speaks to Amplitel CEO Jon Lipton about creating a national specialist tower company following the partial sale of Telstra’s tower business. Find …
Driving towards better mobility through autonomous transport
How can we get ready for Connected Automated Vehicles? In this episode of Engineering Reimagined, Aurecon's Terry Lee-Williams, spoke with Megan and Cathal Masterson about the challenges and strategies they’re considering as we adapt to the future of transport.
Dear World: a child’s perspective on climate change
7-year-old Ashley shares his hopes for the future with his Mum, Suneiah Cullen, who is a Principal Advisor – Transformation for Aurecon. Listen to their conversation to see what the future generation thinks can be done to help solve arguably the most wicked problem our world currently faces: climat…
Season 4 recap: becoming antifragile, measuring nature and planning the future airport
Listen to some of our favourite moments from season 4 of Engineering Reimagined. We’ll explain antifragility and how a simple tool can reduce anxiety and release your potential, we’ll examine how some organisations are seeking to go beyond ‘net zero carbon’ to become ‘nature positive’ and we’ll loo…
The fastest growing workplace demographic: menopausal women
By 2030, 25% of the female population will be menopausal - the fastest growing demographic in the workplace. If you are female, a leader, colleague, family member or friend of a female, you need to understand what menopause means for you and those around you. Aurecon’s Penny Rush introduces bestsel…
Universal design: two Paralympians championing accessibility for all
We will all experience accessibility issues at some point in our lives. Two Paralympians who share a passion for universal design – Nick Morris and James Millar – discuss how we can design for better accessibility and inclusion.
Sustainable infrastructure with World Wildlife Fund
How can we influence biodiverse and climate positive decision-making for infrastructure design and development? Aurecon’s Nicolas Price talks with Kate Newman from the World Wildlife Fund about the Sustainable Infrastructure Strategic Framework and the greener future it will help create.
Is 'nature positive' the new 'net zero'?
Jessica Holz, speaks with Dr Adrian Ward about Accounting for Nature’s methodology for measuring environmental health, understanding that accounting for our impact on nature is an opportunity to go one step further in caring for our planet.