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Transport and Infrastructure

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Transport and Infrastructure

Water and Sanitation

In support of economic development objectives there must be transport and infrastructural development to match, or built as a necessary precursor. Transport development includes systems such as roads, rail links, road/rail hubs, airports, waterways, bridges, tunnels, and transport hubs with other infrastructure such as sewerage and sanitation systems, developments to support power capacity improvements, and residential and industrial development.

Transport and infrastructure is another of the development sectors that underpin broader economic development, allowing better extraction and utilisation of primary resources, movement of goods and labour, and in the provision of employment for construction and maintenance.

Our Specialisation

Airport Management
Aviation Management is the managing and operating of airports and airlines. This includes aviation business and management as well as learning about the aviation industry, airport management, aviation laws and aviation safety protocol
Aviation refers to the activities related to the aircraft industry and mechanical flight. The term ‘aircraft’ encompasses fixed-wing and rotary-wing types, wing-less lifting bodies, morphable wings as well as light aircraft such as airships and hot air balloons. The progression of aviation technologies has been incredibly beneficial for the international transportation network and is essential for global business.
Bridges and Tunnels
Bridges and tunnels are the most technologically challenging and complicated elements to road and rail building, as well as the most expensive per distance covered. Nevertheless, the construction of bridges and tunnels plays an important role in the social and economic development on a regional basis due to the mobility, accessibility, and connectivity they provide.
Cargo Terminal Development
Air cargo development represents an increasingly significant share of the transport market. The transport and processing of cargo is performed by a specialized system that includes dedicated loading units, transport modes, equipment, airport installations, and commercial organization.
CNG and Fuel Conversion
CNG conversion kits have become an increasingly popular way to increase fuel economy. … A CNG engine uses compressed natural gas to power the car. CNG is a substitute for gas and diesel fuel, and is considered to be much cheaper and cleaner than gas or diesel.
Construction is the processes involved in delivering general use buildings, infrastructure, industrial facilities, housing, and associated activities. Commencing with planning, financing, and design, and continuing through the process of physically building the asset, construction also covers the physical elements of repair and maintenance work, any works to expand or improve the asset, and its eventual demolition or decommissioning. Key to the impact of construction in development is the development of a nation’s ability to conduct construction projects.
Construction Supervision
Construction supervision involves the overseeing of construction projects and monitor activities at worksites. Construction Supervision. Adequate construction supervision ensures that crews are effectively managed, health and safety codes are observed and that work is completed to schedule, saving time and money for contractors and clients involved.
Dredging and Reclamation
Dredging is the process by which sediments are removed from underwater via extraction process. Soil and rocks are excavated for channel and harbour deepening and for land reclamation purposes. Land reclamation is defined as usage of dredged sediments to construct or build new land in the sea
Event Infrastructure
The development of event infrastructure is key for the hosting of events, such as sports related, entertainment, and cultural, and commercial, which can in turn be drivers of economic prosperity, and keyholders for access to economic activities that might otherwise not be feasible. The nature of the infrastructure will likely vary with the event type that it was developed for, but usually involves identifying appropriate structures for the events intended.
Housing refers to the construction and assigned usage of houses or buildings collectively, for the purpose of sheltering people
Infrastructure Development
Infrastructure development is the construction of foundational services in order to stimulate economic growth and quality of life improvement. Most advanced economies have gone through periods of intensive infrastructure building that have improved the efficiency and competitiveness of regions.  Infrastructure development can include transportation, housing, energy, water, digital, social and green infrastructure.
Infrastructure Maintenance
Infrastructure Maintenance refers to the strategies used in sustaining public infrastructure assets such as roads, bridges, railways, utility grids, sewer lines, and water treatment facilities. This process usually focuses on a facility’s maintenance rehabilitation and replacement. Infrastructure Maintenance is an important part of preserving and extending the service life of long-term public infrastructure to maintain the quality of life in society and an efficient economy
Integrated Utility Provision
The traditional definition of a “vertically integrated” utility is one that owns all levels of the supply chain: generation, transmission and distribution. Historically, all utilities were vertically integrated and had a monopoly on the production and sale of power.
Port Management
Effective port management is a requirement for effective international trade and the economic development that follows. Port management is the essential management service for the movement of ships, containers, cargo, and passengers, including loading and unloading, embarkation and debarkation, as well as customs activities. Efficient port management involves managing these activities and resources, providing management information, and ensuring that the movement of materials and persons through the port is accomplished with as little hinderance as possible.
Rail Development
Rail is a vital service to global society and the transport foundation of a sustainable economy. Rail development provides an opportunity to achieve sustainability which is required for the twenty first century. Continued rail developments will ensure society will be able to respond to the expected growth in transport demand, both passenger and freight.
Road Operations and Management
Road operations and management involves the management of work that takes place on roads from motorways to unclassified roads to ensure they remain strong, safe and efficient. Road management ensures road users safety, manages traffic and maintains road upkeep.
Smart City Development
A smart city is a city that has developed technological infrastructure that enables it to collect, aggregate, and analyse real-time data and has made a concerted effort to use that data to improve the lives of its residents. Smart cities tend to have improved transportation and accessibility, improved social service and sustainability
Traffic Management
Traffic management is a key branch within logistics. It concerns the planning, control and purchasing of transport services needed to physically move vehicles and freight. Efficient traffic management aims to provide the efficient movement of people and goods, and to enhance the quality of the local environment on and adjacent to traffic facilities
Transport Development
A through Transport Strategy is vital for the functioning of economic activities and ensuring social wellbeing, cohesion of populations, and goods distribution. Transport Development strategy considers physical barriers or hindrances to improved transport systems, such as insufficient transport infrastructures, traffic congestion, missing links, and funding issues.
Transport Planning
Transport planning is about understanding the connections between transport modes and transport nodes, and the future requirements of towns and cities as they grow. Transport planning is important for defining the future reality of the transport of people and materials via the policies, goals, investments, and designs of today.
Transport Safety
Transportation safety is concerned with the protection of life and property through regulation, management and technology development of all forms of transportation. Transport Safety aims to reduce fatalities and serious injuries on public roads ensuring public safety.
Urban Development
Urban development covers infrastructure for education, health, justice, solid waste, markets, street pavements and cultural heritage protection. These constructions usually form part of specific sector programmes, including capacity building measures.
Urban Planning
Urban Planning is the process of improving towns and cities to produce better social, cultural and environmental outcomes. This includes the development and design of land use as well as air, water and infrastructure passing into and out of urban areas. The primary concern of urban planning is to improve the health and well-being of the general public while maintaining sustainability standards.
Urban Utilities Development
Enquiries relating to renovating, subdividing or developing including new connections and disconnections; and alterations to the water and sewerage network, …
Waterway Management
Water resource management is the activity of planning, developing, distributing and managing the optimum use of water resources. It is an aspect of water cycle management. … As with other resource management, this is rarely possible in practice.