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Mott MacDonald in Australia and New Zealand


Mott MacDonald is a uniquely diverse management, development and engineering consultancy providing leading-edge solutions to public and private sector clients in sectors including buildings, urban development, transport, water, energy, environment, health and education. Our history of contributing to projects in Australia and New Zealand goes back over 50 years.

Australia

Early infrastructure projects included Melbourne Underground Rail Loop, Sydney Harbour Tunnel, Sydney Water's MacArthur Water Filtration Plant and Pyrmont Power Station. We have a large staff base working across South Australia, Victoria, New South Wales, A.C.T, Queensland and Western Australia. Key projects include structural design of the award-winning Rouse Hill Town Centre and the main terminal building at Kuala Lumpur International Airport. We've also played a central role in the restoration and maintenance of Pyrmont Bridge in Sydney’s Darling Harbour and provided façade engineering services for the Queen Victoria Building, one of Sydney’s architectural jewels. Adelaide-based Mortimer Project Management (MPM) has also joined Mott MacDonald, bringing an impressive record in the construction and property industry. Key assignments include University of Adelaide Learning Hub, Flinders Ports, Burnside Village and the SACA Western Grandstand Redevelopment.

New Zealand

For the past 40 years Mott MacDonald, and its legacy companies, have provided specialist advice on buildings and infrastructure projects including WaterCare’s Hobson tunnel, Wellington’s historic cable car refurbishment and Huntly Power Station. Our Auckland office has personnel who offer leading design experience across all aspects of building engineering and who can also draw on the global expertise of the wider Group.


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