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Lot Fourteen gains another state HQ as ACCIONA moves in

Posted March 14, 2024

The Hon Susan Close MP, Deputy Premier of South Australia, officially opened the ACCIONA new state headquarters at Lot Fourteen last night.

ACCIONA, and its legacy companies, have been part of the South Australian community for over 70 years, contributing to the innovative and sustainable transformation of transport, water, and energy infrastructure across the state.

The Lot Fourteen innovation district, at the heart of Adelaide’s CBD, is focussed on space, defence, cyber and creative industries, enabled via critical technologies and home of global companies like, Amazon Web Services, Airbus and Salesforce, to world-renowned research organisations.

Lot Fourteen State Project Lead, Diane Dixon, says the company are a perfect fit for the innovation district.

“ACCIONA operates with innovation at its heart; they’re a great fit for Lot Fourteen.

“Using the power of co-location, collaboration, and innovation, Lot Fourteen is driving job opportunities and energising the careers of a skilled future workforce who see a South Australia full of opportunity and potential.

“Lot Fourteen provides a dynamic environment where ACCIONA can work with other innovators to explore further renewable energy and defence opportunities in the state.”

ACCIONA enjoy a long history in South Australia, having started in 1946 with AW Baulderstone and are custodians of many iconic legacy projects including work on the West Lakes Development in the 1970s, the O-Bahn Busway in the 1980s to the Gawler Rail Electrification Project completed in 2022.

With renewable energy assets in the state such as the Cathedral Rocks Wind Farm and the Adelaide Desalination Plant, the company is also designing and constructing the Majors Road Interchange, constructing the Princes Highway Upgrade and participating in an early contractor involvement contract for SA Water’s Eyre Peninsula Desalination Project.

“By bringing our team to Lot Fourteen, we are able to enhance our technical excellence and collaborate with this network of highly innovative organisations and people to continue to find leading, cost-effective and sustainable infrastructure solutions that support our ambition to decarbonise the industry,” says Bede Noonan, ACCIONA CEO Australia & New Zealand.

“South Australia is an important hub for ACCIONA, not only in how we are continuing to contribute to this state’s future growth, but also as our Adelaide team lead ACCIONA’s centralised approach for the delivery of defence projects across Australia.”

ACCIONA directly employs more than 120 South Australian engineering and trades people and has delivered infrastructure projects in South Australia to the value of $1.49B over the last 10 years.

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