Master Planning CONSULTING
Consulting Overview “Our consultants combine proven project experience and leading edge skills with innovative thinking to give our customers a competitive advantage.”
WorleyParsons Consulting is a globally connected network of specialist consulting groups, drawing on world class expertise across many industries. We focus on understanding our customers and their challenges, enabling us to bring a unique set of front-end and technical consulting capabilities to bear throughout the entire project lifecycle. We draw on our proven global project delivery capability, and carry our experience across multiple industries to provide innovative solutions during the asset planning phase of the business lifecycle, as well as at an operational and project level.
Global Network We are present in 165 offices in 43 countries around the world. Our world renowned consultants work closely with the broader WorleyParsons business to leverage from its proven project delivery record. Our global network of experts develop solutions in the Hydrocarbons, Power, Minerals, Metals, Chemicals, Infrastructure and Environment industries and deliver them locally; close to our customers.
Tradition WorleyParsons has a long tradition of providing world-class consulting services to our customers. This core consulting strength, created from the original company (Wholohan Grill and Partners), has been greatly enhanced by the companies that have joined WorleyParsons as part of our growth over the last 40 years.
Commitment Our organization is driven by a commitment to four enduring principles: • to build and sustain long-term relationships with our customers and consistently deliver on our promise • to continually enhance our knowledge and expertise to support our customers’ challenges • to provide an outstanding home for the best people to work and nurture their talents • to develop and maintain thought-leadership in all of our markets.
Veréna Preston Global Director WorleyParsons Consulting
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Master Planning A master plan forms an essential roadmap to transfer a project vision into reality, providing informed solutions for complex problems and balancing competing needs in order to shape a practical future development. Components and techniques of the master planning process can also be applied to projects individually to help identify potential issues early and promote better forward planning. Depth of Experience Our team of experts take into account environmental, social, economic and technical considerations to deliver coordinated, clever, cost saving solutions. Identifying challenges early Complex developments, or those in difficult environments, create challenges that need to be addressed. We draw upon our experience across the full project lifecycle to identify these challenges early and to produce tailored strategies to mitigate development risk.
Multidisciplinary Approach Environmental, Social And Economic Considerations
Duncan Foster Managing Consultant Master Planning Consulting Practice
Comprehensive Understanding Of Technical Issues
Full Project Lifecycle
Internal/External Interface Management
The challenge Complex projects involve a myriad of technical and non-technical challenges, particularly in establishing both the feasibility and bankability of candidate options. In todayâ€™s world, the engagement and alignment of a vast number of disparate stakeholders is essential. There is a fundamental need to develop a solution that balances competing interests against economic, environmental and social constraints. Requisite financing and approvals, often in the hands of non-technical stakeholders, can only be obtained through a clearly conveyed vision for the project, that is founded upon sound but often complex engineering concepts.
Todayâ€™s and Tomorrowâ€™s Challenges
Translating ideas into a comprehensive project vision
Maximising site potential
Balancing competing technical and non-technical interests
Accommodating future project challenges
Improving efficiency of existing sites
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Our response WorleyParsons responds to these challenges through the development of a Master Plan that integrates our comprehensive understanding of both technical and non-technical issues. Our multidisciplinary teams comprise experts from across the full project lifecycle who take into account environmental, social and economic factors to develop project solutions that are both deliverable and operable. We achieve balanced outcomes by encouraging stakeholders to actively participate in an inclusive and transparent process that considers and accommodates as appropriate each of their requirements.
Master Planning Consulting Solutions
Core value framing workshops
Transparent stakeholder engagement process
Future scenario testing and incorporation
Operational analysis and optimization
Our services National and Regional Resource Development Strategies Complex issues affecting the development of resources and resourcesrelated industry in the hydrocarbons and minerals sectors globally need to be considered, and high-level strategies implemented. Identifying the physical and social infrastructure (urban and industrial) necessary to support such high-level strategies is paramount. Our multi-disciplinary approach balances the competing needs of the public and private sectors, as well as communities, and identifies the most beneficial outcomes for all.
Siting Studies Industry knowledge is the key to understanding what the right site for a customerâ€™s project is. Our people have the expertise and knowledge to help our customers find the right site to make their project a success. By utilizing a full suite of specialist capabilities to compare key site characteristics, we ensure the best option is identified, for our customers.
Industrial and Port Master Plans Customers in the public and private sectors need strong Industrial Master Planning services to help them develop both their greenfield and brownfield projects. Our experience in providing these services spans a broad range of industrial and commercial ports, minerals processing, chemicals and hydrocarbons industries. We also plan for support industry and the urban land uses necessary to accommodate both temporary and permanent workforces.
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Transport Planning An integrated transport plan that combines both engineering and planning, with an outlook over the entire project lifecycle is critical to project success. Our teams combine their engineering and planning experience to offer our customers a range of integrated transport planning services. We cover every element of the project lifecycle, from in-depth options analysis to impact assessments, as well as the implementation of customized strategies.
Infrastructure Plans As projects or areas mature, expand and change over time, so do their infrastructure needs. By working closely with our customers, weâ€™re able to understand their current and future needs, and identify workable solutions to bridge that gap. Our tailored services allow us to consider all aspects of a project, giving our customers the confidence they need to proceed with any given option.
Urban Design and Planning Our customers require comprehensive Urban Design and Planning services that bring together transport and land use planning, approvals and ultimately, facilitation of the development. Our specialist urban planners are experienced in both greenfield and regeneration projects in challenging urban environments. We know what creates liveable spaces and reflect this through spatial plans and the mechanisms (policies and guidelines) required to realize them. We provide our customers with tailored large-scale structure plans, development policies and guidelines, detailed place making strategies and urban designs.
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1. Mongolian Industrialization Strategy
2. Browse Basin Onshore LNG Precinct Design
Government of Mongolia Mongolia
Western Australian Government Perth, WA
National & Regional Resource Development Strategy
Delivered a â€˜whole of nationâ€™ development strategy, industrialization blueprint and high-level master plan for Mongolia, leveraging their wealth of mineral and metal deposits.
4. Terengganu ICT Park East Coast Economic Region Development Council Batu Rakit, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia Urban Design and Planning
Development of a conceptual master plan for the 174 hectare site including subdivision plans, detailed site layout plan and development report as part of the application for planning approval.
A range of suitable locations were identified for the proposed 50Mtpa LNG precinct and a master plan for the preferred site was developed including the port and supporting land uses.
5. Hanoi Critical Infrastructure Plan
3. Perth Waterfront Western Australian Government Perth, WA Transport Planning
Preparation of a comprehensive transport plan to manage the future transport challenges generated by the significant redevelopment of the waterfront.
6. Pilbara Ports Study
Government of Vietnam Hanoi, Vietnam
Western Australia Government Western Australia
Independent review of the infrastructure proposals identified through the Hanoi Capital Construction master plan.
Identification of eight new port sites over 800km of the Pilbara coastline, providing the potential to increase the Stateâ€™s iron ore export capacity to 500Mtpa.
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7. Timor Leste LNG Siting Study
Woodside Energy Limited East Timor
Provision of spatial datasets and suitability maps as the basis for selection of a preferred location for an onshore LNG processing facility.
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9. Ivanhoe Infrastructure Strategy
Doha Port Steering Committee Qatar
Ivanhoe Australia Limited Queensland, Australia
Industrial & Port Master Plans
Development of the infrastructure strategy for air and road transport, and village and office infrastructure, covering the construction and operation phases of the project.
Master Planning and Engineering Design Services spanning concept to final design for all aspects of the Port upgrade to meet the needs of the nation into the future.
10. NDPG Urban Design IIUD South Africa Urban Design and Planning
Identification of development nodes in four townships, including associated â€˜corridorsâ€™ for development, consideration of wetland regeneration and establishment of a cultural precinct and regional mall.
11. Akwa Ibom Industrial City: Greenfield Mega Project DeltaAfrik Akwa Ibom, Nigeria Industrial & Port Master Plans
Concept master plan for the development of a 14,000ha industrial city, with the primary objective of generating both significant employment for Nigerians and wealth for the State.
Global Duncan Foster Global Director Master Planning Level M, Giga House Sheik Zayed Road Dubai, United Arab Emirates Ph: +97 1 566 851 770
Australia and New Zealand Matthew Wegg Principal Consultant Level 1 Bishops See St Georges Tce, Perth, Western Australia Ph: +61 8 6263 8073
Middle East, Northern Africa and India Don Pollock Principal Consultant Level 2, ADEC Building, Olaya Road, Al Murooj District, Riyadh 11322, Saudi Arabia Ph: +966 3807 9326
Sub Saharan Africa Richard Kruger Principal Consultant Cnr of Corobay and Aramist Avenue, Menlyn Pretoria Tshwane 0181, South Africa Ph: +27 1274 52066
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