Genton secures Authorised Engineering Organisation status

In another transport sector win, Transport for NSW (TfNSW) has confirmed that Genton has achieved Authorised Engineering Organisation (AEO) status, setting the wheels in motion for our expansion into the NSW rail sector.

“Acting as defining landmarks and civic hubs, transport infrastructure design is about more than a station building – it is a unique opportunity to significantly transform local neighbourhoods and their communities. In our work within the sector, Genton adopts a holistic, human-centric approach anchored in urban design, understanding that its impact will exceed far beyond its physical construction,” says Genton Principal Steven Toia.

Obtaining AEO status supports the participation of Genton in designing New South Wales transport infrastructure. To achieve AEO status, our proficiency in 11 Engineering Management Capability Areas was evaluated, providing confidence to TfNSW that Genton has the requisite organisational systems and practices to effectively deliver assured engineering services and safe, fit-for-purpose assets.

Genton looks forward to continuing to grow our presence in the Australian transport sector, building on our expertise and a portfolio of projects including the multi-award-winning Frankston Station, Reservoir Station — the first Australian rail project to achieve a 5-Star Green Star rating — and recently announced train station designs at Glenroy, Greensborough and Montmorency, with more community-enriching projects to be revealed soon.