Ausenco

Ausenco

Ausenco is a growing company with big ambitions and we set the standard for ingenious engineering and project management solutions in the energy and resources sectors.

Company details

144 Montague Road , South Brisbane , Queensland 4101 Australia

Locations Served

Business Type:
Engineering service provider
Industry Type:
Energy
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)

This company also provides solutions for other industrial applications.
Please, visit the following links for more info:

Ausenco began in Brisbane, Australia, in 1991, with a small team of talented engineers offering innovative solutions to the mining industry.

Listing on the Australian stock exchange in 2006, our steady growth can be attributed to forming strong partnerships and acquiring several companies to enhance our service offering including Vector Engineering, Pipeline Systems Incorporated (PSI) and Sandwell.

Today we draw on the talents of around 3300 employees in 30 offices worldwide to provide a global offering.

Throughout our growth, our commitment to innovation and our core values haven’t wavered.

Ausenco began in Brisbane, Australia, in 1991, with a small team of talented engineers offering innovative solutions to the mining industry.

Listing on the Australian stock exchange in 2006, our steady growth can be attributed to forming strong partnerships and acquiring several companies to enhance our service offering including Vector Engineering, Pipeline Systems Incorporated (PSI) and Sandwell.

Today we draw on the talents of around 3300 employees in 30 offices worldwide to provide a global offering.

Throughout our growth, our commitment to innovation and our core values haven’t wavered. We’re still dedicated to finding ingenious solutions that deliver value to our clients – wherever they are. We’re lucky enough to work on some of the world’s most remote and exciting projects, and we’re strategically positioned to capitalise on the expanding opportunities in global markets.

Wherever we work, some things don’t alter. We’re always looking to deliver practical, fit-for-purpose solutions to complex problems – and sometimes that means pushing the boundaries of what’s been done before. Our professionals combine a realistic view of the world with a willingness to explore and create new approaches. They draw on a wealth of knowledge that only comes from many years’ experience in the resource and energy sectors.

Ausenco is also committed to having a positive impact on the world around us. Wherever we work, we strive to collaborate with clients and communities to achieve truly sustainable outcomes.

Proactive management of health, safety, environment and the community (HSEC) is core to Ausenco’s people, our business and the outcomes we achieve for our clients. They are embedded in our values and the way we work, every day in every country in which we operate.

Our people work in a wide range of conditions, climates and countries. Their wellbeing and safety at work are our highest priorities. These are followed closely by our desire to create inspiring partnerships that contribute to the sustainable development of the communities where we live and work.

Our commitment to Zero Harm

Our HSEC strategy is outlined in our integrated Ausenco HSEC Policy. The key to this strategy is our commitment to achieving Zero Harm, which enables us to deliver on our social, environmental, ethical and economic responsibilities in a manner that is consistent with our company values of ‘Safety in all we do’, ‘We respect the environment and communities in which we work’ and ‘Our people are our strength’.

The Ausenco HSEC system integrates our approach to achieving Zero Harm by understanding that leadership is the key driver of culture, which in turn drives our performance. By recognising the importance of the beliefs, experiences and attitudes of our people, Ausenco has set the foundation for achieving its Zero Harm aspiration.

Our HSEC strategy

Visible leadership is at the core of Ausenco’s HSEC strategy to drive a culture of Zero Harm. We understand that when our leaders take visible ownership for HSEC, it creates a Zero Harm culture for our people, it also establishes the level of risk that will be accepted and it encourages employees and contractors to participate in all aspects of HSEC management.