Following the successful integration with its parent company in 2007, Opus Qantec McWilliam has now been renamed as Opus International Consultants (Australia) Pty Ltd. This change will strengthen the Opus brand internationally, and will help to further build its reputation as a successful professional services consultancy, providing a diverse range of engineering services.
The Minister of Transport, Steven Joyce, will join an array of Auckland dignitaries including Local Government Minister Rodney Hide and the Mayor of Auckland, John Banks, to officially open a state of the art new Newmarket train station at a special celebration hosted by the Auckland Regional Transport Authority (ARTA) and KiwiRail on Thursday. Customers will begin using the new station from Monday 18th January when train services resume in Auckland after a three week period to enable redevelopment work to occur around the rail network.
Auckland’s Clear Harbour Alliance, a jointly funded project by Metrowater and Auckland City Council that involved engineering companies Opus International Consultants, GHD and contractor Downer EDI Works was recognised as a Highly Commended Team of Excellence in a Project Alliance at the Alliancing Association of Australasia’s (AAA) Excellence Awards in Melbourne.
Following the successful integration with its parent company in March last year, Opus Joynes Pike Ltd has now been rebranded as Opus.
Opus International Consultants Ltd, Beca Infrastructure Ltd, Aurecon New Zealand Ltd and Fletcher Construction Company Ltd, have worked together to win the 2009 New Zealand Engineering Excellence Transportation Infrastructure Award for Auckland’s popular Northern Busway.
Opus International Consultants have won the 2009 New Zealand Engineering Excellence Building and Construction Award for their work creating a foundation system for the Gisborne Police Station.
Opus International Consultants have won the 2009 Engineering Excellence Information, Communication, Electronic and Electrical Technology Award.
Project Centre has joined forces with Opus International Consultants to provide a seamless transportation and highways engineering service. Each company brings the desired complementary strength to the partnership through its specialist services.
Following the force 6.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Gisborne on 20 December 2007, extensive follow up work and research has been undertaken to gain an insight into aspects of the recovery process.
Opus International Consultants’ (Opus) Yorkshire Office, based in Doncaster, has won the prestigious Chartered Institute of Building (CIOB) South Yorkshire Award in the category ‘Leadership in People Development’. Opus was presented with the award at the Awards Dinner ceremony held at Sheffield City Hall on the 16th October 2009. Opus was also the runner up for the Sustainability award on the same night.