- Business Divisions
ACCIONA Construction is at the forefront in R&D + innovation, and is one of the leading construction companies in the world, using the latest technology to delivery its projects.
ACCIONA Industrial comprises three areas of activity, all are leaders in their respective sectors: Industrial, Engineering and Installations, which complement one another and work together with the Group's other business lines: Construction, Water and Energy
ACCIONA Agua is a water treatment industry front-runner offering the design, construction and operation of drinking water treatment plants, desalination facilities, wastewater treatment plants and tertiary treatment plants for water reuse.
ACCIONA Service is a worldwide services operator for both private- and public-sector customers based on a business model that is ready to handle any one of a range of services or several services simultaneously and their management
ACCIONA Energy is a major player in the renewable energy market, with a strong presence in over 20 countries on five continents. The company works exclusively with renewable technologies, specifically in five of them — wind, solar PV, solar thermal, hydro and biomass.
Located approximately 35 kilometres north-west of Ballarat, the Waubra Wind Farm is the largest renewable power project in the Southern Hemisphere.
The site covers an area of about 29km², with a coastal exposure of nearly 11 kilometres. The Wind Farm consists of 33 two-megawatt wind turbines – generating enough green electricity to supply 35,000 homes every year.
The Gunning Wind Farm in New South Wales consists of 31 wind turbines built on the Cullerin Range, approximately 15 kilometres north-east of Gunning in the Upper Lachlan Shire.
ACCIONA partnered with FRV to provide engineering, construction and operational services on the Royalla Solar Farm project, a project that delivers clean, renewable energy to the Canberra region.
The original G&AWS scheme was developed in 1895 when C. Y. O'Connor engineered a scheme to deliver 23 MLD of untreated water to the Goldfields region through the construction of the Mundaring Weir, 530 kilometres of 30” pipeline, and delivered using eight steam-driven pumping stations. Since then this water system has been progressively upgraded, the new Mundaring Water Treatment Plant and pumping stations being the latest of these improvements to be implemented. The potable water network spans from Mundaring Weir in the Perth Hills to Kalgoorlie and considered to be the longest fresh water supply scheme in the world. It consists of approximately 9600km of water mains and services a diverse range of more than 100,000 customers (domestic to industrial scale uses).
The desalination plant is a key part of the South Australian government’s Water Proofing Adelaide Strategy. It can provide Adelaide with half of its annual water usage and is powered by sustainable energy sources.
ACCIONA Infrastructure as a Design and Construct JV partner of the Nexus Infrastructure consortium, awarded with the contract to design and construct the $1.6 billion Toowoomba Second Range Crossing (TSRC).
ACCIONA Infrastructure is the Principal Design and Construct JV partner of the ALTRAC consortium, awarded with the contract to design and construct the $2.1 billion Sydney CBD South East Light Rail.
ACCIONA Infrastructure was lead partner of the Transcity Joint Venture, for the design, construction, operate and 10 year maintenance of the $1.5 billion Legacy Way project, in Brisbane, Queensland.