NZ’s investment in infrastructure creating jobs
Global engineering and advisory firm Aurecon, will be recruiting approximately 30 graduates around the country in 2017, as part of its annual graduate recruitment programme.
With the release of the latest instalment of the Government’s Ten Year Capital Intentions Plan (CIP) in 2016, the Government is showing its commitment to a pipeline of $100.9 billion worth of infrastructure projects over the next decade in New Zealand.
Aurecon’s New Zealand Regional Director, Carl Devereux, said, “While the majority of the investment over the past few years has been in road infrastructure and the restoration of key services in earthquake affected areas such as Canterbury and Kaikoura, there has also been good investment in major infrastructure projects such as the Auckland City Rail Link.”
“In addition, New Zealand has seen continued economic growth, which bodes well for those working in the engineering industry.”
Aurecon is looking for new staff to support a range of infrastructure projects, including the Auckland City Rail Link, a series of dairy plant projects for Fonterra, and the Northland Bridges project.
|| An Aurecon release | March 22, 2017 |||