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LEADERS IN SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE

One of Australia's most trusted providers of infrastructure and construction services

EXPERTS IN DESIGNING A BETTER PLANET

We provide sustainable solutions to the global challenges facing humanity

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A PARADIGM SHIFT

OUR PURPOSE: BUSINESS AS UNUSUAL

At ACCIONA we are championing a different way of doing business.

We aim to respond to society's main needs through the provision of sustainable infrastructure and renewable energy solutions - investing in the planet has never been more important.

450km

of roads constructed in Australia

22,087 GWh

produced in 2018

700,000tonnes

of waste removed from landfill

305ML/D

capacity

100%

of emissions offset

13,1M t CO2

avoided by renewable generation in 2019

175KM

RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE

Increasing connectivity within the major cities we operate.

Get to know our projects around the world

Federation University to build Australian-first renewable energy training tower

Energy27 Apr 2021

Federation University Australia is set to build Australia’s first wind turbine training tower in ...

ACCIONA places "Sustainable Regeneration" at the core of its activities

Corporate22 Apr 2021

The new plan seeks a net positive impact across four areas: climate, biodiversity, circular econo...

MacIntyre Wind Farm receives approval for development

Energy20 Apr 2021

ACCIONA’s MacIntyre Wind Farm has achieved a significant milestone, with development approval gra...

The ACCIONA|SAINZ XE TEAM finishes third in the first Extreme E Prix Semi-Final

Corporate4 Apr 2021

Carlos Sainz and Laia Sanz reached the fourth place in the Desert X Prix, which gives th...

The ACCIONA|SAINZ XE Team debuts in Saudi Arabia in Extreme E, the new sustainable competition

Corporate31 Mar 2021

The ACCIONA | Sainz XE Team will make its debut this Saturday, April 3rd, in Extreme E...

John Beever Australia Reaches 10 Years Without an LTI

Corporate29 Mar 2021

On the 11th of January 2021, John Beever Australia reached 10 years without a Lost Time Injury.