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Top architectural engineering consulting company: AECOM (ACM) (1980)

AECOM Technology Group (NYSE: ACM) was established in 1980, formerly known as AECOM Technology Corporation, and changed to its current name in January 2015. It is headquartered in Los Angeles, California, and has 86,000 full-time employees, together with its subsidiaries, worldwide Engaged in the design, construction, financing and operation of infrastructure assets.

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AECOM (ACM):

= AECOM A rchitecture, E ngineering, C onsulting, O perations and M aintenance (architecture, engineering, consulting, operation and maintenance) of the acronym. AECOM provides archaeology, architecture and design, asset management, construction, cost management, decommissioning and closure, economics, engineering, environmental services, international development, IT and network security, operations and maintenance, planning and consulting, planning, management/building Management, risk management and flexibility and technical services.

AECOM is a world-renowned top construction engineering consulting company, a global group that provides professional technology and management services. Its business covers transportation, infrastructure, environment, energy, water, government services and other fields. It is a Fortune 500 company. AECOM is currently participating in 13 of the world’s 20 largest civil infrastructure projects. The main business scope includes the following professional fields: energy, environment, architectural design, architectural engineering, construction services, planning and design, economic planning, government services, mining, oil and gas, project management, engineering cost consulting, transportation, and water affairs.

AECOM integrates global vision, local knowledge, technological innovation and professional knowledge, and perseveres in constructing, improving and maintaining the sustainable development of building facilities, natural and social environments around the world. The staff consists of teams including engineers, environmental experts, economists, scientists, planners, architects, landscape architects, consultants and projects, cost management and project managers.

AECOM maintains an excellent operating record by attracting the most talented and top professionals in the industry. Awards include: “Engineering News Record” (ENR) The overall ranking of the Fortune 500 design companies in the industry, “Newsweek” magazine will Selected by AECOM as one of the “Most Environmentally Aware Large Companies”, one of the best workplaces by the Financial Times, awarded by the US Chamber of Commerce’s Business Civic Leadership Center Best Corporate Management Award”, Careerbliss.com named the top ten companies dedicated to making employees feel happy. AECOM has operations in more than 150 countries around the world. In October 2014, it completed the acquisition of URS Corporation, ranked 248th among the Fortune 500.

AECOM operates through 4 departments : Design and Consulting Services (DCS, design and consulting services), Construction Services (CS, construction services), Management Services (MS, management services) and AECOM Capital (ACAP, AECOM capital).

  1. DCS-provides planning, consulting, architectural and engineering design, project management and construction management services for industrial, commercial, institutional and government clients such as transportation, facilities, environment and energy/power markets.
  2. CS-provides construction and energy, as well as infrastructure and industrial construction services.
  3. MS-mainly provides project and facility management and maintenance, training, logistics, consulting, technical assistance and system integration and information technology services for the US government and other national government agencies.
  4. ACAP-Investment and development of real estate, public-private partnerships (P3) and infrastructure projects.

Recent engineering projects of AECOM (ACM) of Aikon Technology Group:

  • Master Plan for London 2012 Olympic venues in the UK, Rio 2016 Olympic venues in Brazil, 2010 FIFA World Cup venues in South Africa, 2014 FIFA World Cup venues in Brazil, 2018 FIFA World Cup venues in Russia
  • New York New World Trade Center Building 1, Building 3, Building 4, and Building 7, as well as transportation hubs, vehicle safety centers and retail shops around the center, while providing comprehensive site and streetscape design for the World Trade Center area
  • NASA Langley Research Center Headquarters: Obtained LEED-NC Platinum certification for Green Building (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design).
  • Saadiyat Island Cultural District, Abu Dhabi, UAE: As part of the Saadiyat Island’s Cultural District project in Abu Dhabi, AECOM provided project management services for this multi-billion dollar project.
  • Singapore Asia Square, Singapore Suntec City, Singapore Capital Tower
  • Roppongi Midtown Development Plan, Tokyo, Japan
  • China Shanghai World Financial Center, Chengdu International Financial Center, Shenyang International Financial Center, Macau Grand Lisboa Entertainment Center Structure Consulting, China Sutong Bridge
  • Hong Kong Kai Tak Development Plan, Hong Kong 1881 (former Marine Police Headquarters), Hong Kong Sha Tin and Ma On Shan New Town Project, Hong Kong West Kowloon Terminus, Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) 2030 Master Plan General Consultant, depicting the development of HKIA in 20 years blueprint
  • The Pentagon Renovation Project provides project and construction management and technical services.
  • The engineering design of the new 80-story landmark in Sydney, Australia, Crown Sydney, is the latest top six-star resort hotel and VIP casino

Ai Kang Technology Group AECOM (ACM) mainly participates in projects:

  • 2016 Summer Olympics (London Olympic venues)
  • Abu Dhabi International Airport (Abu Dhabi International Airport)
  • Adani Carmichael Coal Mine Rail Project
  • Al Raha Beach
  • Argyle diamond mine
  • AT&T Stadium
  • Axiall
  • Barclays Center
  • Brisbane City Hall
  • Cape Town Stadium
  • Central Market Project
  • Central–Wan Chai Bypass (Central Wan Chai Bypass)
  • China National Convention Center (China National Convention Center)
  • Collegebrug Kortrijk
  • Crossrail
  • Defense Information Systems Agency (Defense Information Systems Agency)
  • Defense Intelligence Agency Headquarters (Defense Intelligence Agency Headquarters)
  • Delhi Jal Board Sewerage System
  • Dubai Healthcare City (Dubai Medical City)
  • Envision Energy Headquarters
  • Etihad Rail
  • Etihad Towers
  • European Route 4
  • European Route 20 upgrade
  • E10 European Arctic Road upgrade
  • Ferrari World
  • Fort Knox Gold Mine
  • Garuda Wisnu Kencana
  • Golden 1 Center
  • Gordie Howe International Bridge
  • The Grand (Los Angeles)
  • Halley Research Station
  • Heathrow Southern Railway (Heathrow Southern Railway)
  • Heinz Innovation Centre (Heinz Innovation Centre)
  • High Speed ​​2
  • Hong Kong International Airport
  • Hong Kong Science Park (Hong Kong Science Park)
  • Idaho National Laboratory (Idaho National Laboratory)
  • Ivy Station
  • Jinji Lake (Suzhou Jinji Lake)
  • John F. Kennedy International Airport
  • K-25 site demolition and cleanup
  • Lakhta Center
  • Langley Research Center
  • Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
  • Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts
  • Little Caesars Arena
  • Liverpool One
  • Logan International Airport
  • London 2012
  • London Gateway
  • Los Angeles International Airport
  • Los Vaqueros Reservoir
  • Low Level Waste Repository
  • Marina Bay
  • Mercedes-Benz Stadium
  • The Mersey Gateway Project, Liverpool
  • Miami Worldcenter
  • Millennium Park
  • Moses Mabhida Stadium
  • National Broadband Network
  • National Energy Technology Laboratory
  • New Irvington Tunnel
  • New York University Shanghai
  • Olmsted Locks and Dam
  • One Bryant Park
  • Padma Bridge of Bangladesh [37]
  • The Pavilion at Ole Miss
  • Pearl Harbor Memorial Bridge (Connecticut)
  • Public housing estates in the Kai Tak development area
  • Resorts World Sentosa
  • Riyadh Metro Project, Saudi Arabia
  • The Royal Bank of Scotland
  • Saadiyat Island
  • Samsung Medical Center
  • San Roque Dam
  • Sellafield
  • Shanghai IFC
  • Singapore Sports Hub
  • SoFi Stadium
  • South Park (Downtown Los Angeles)
  • Spaceport America
  • Spring Hill Manufacturing
  • Stockholm Bypass
  • Sutong Bridge
  • Sydney Airport
  • Taizhou Yangtze River Bridge
  • Tappan Zee Bridge
  • Texas Cryptology Center
  • Titanic Belfast
  • US Army Information Technology Agency
  • Union Station (Denver, Colorado)
  • Velti
  • Woodrow Wilson Bridge
  • World Trade Center (New York World Trade Center reconstruction)

AECOM (ACM) Industry Ranking:

  • Fortune 500-ranked 156th in 2016
  • Engineering News Record 2012 Top 500
    • No. 1 design company
    • Design company ranked first overall
    • No. 1 in pure design category
    • No. 1 in the transportation category
    • No. 1 in Mass Rapid Transit and Rail Transit
    • No. 1 in general construction category
    • No. 1 in Education
    • No. 1 in the government and commercial office building category
    • 3rd place in green design category
  • List of Top 150 International Design Companies in 2013 released by Engineering News Record
    • No. 1 in the transportation category
    • No. 1 in Architecture
    • No. 1 in power supply category
    • No. 1 in Asia/Australia
    • 2nd place in the water category
    • No. 3 in hazardous waste
  • Business ethics practice
    • In 2011, 2012 and 2013, he was awarded the “World’s Most Ethical Company Award” by the Ethisphere Institute.

AECOM (ACM) History:

  • The predecessor of AECOM Technology Corporation was established in 1980 and became an independent operating company in 1990, but its history can be traced back to the early 20th century Kentucky Ashland Oil & Refining Company through a series of mergers and acquisitions (including Daniel, Mann, Johnson & Mendenhall (DMJM)), established Ashland Technology in 1985, and spun off in 1990 to form an independent company, AECOM Technology Corporation. .
  • On January 29, 2007, AECOM announced that it had acquired the environmental management company The RETEC Group and merged it with its wholly-owned environmental management company ENSR. After AECOM IPO in May 2007, it was listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
  • In May 2007, AECOM’s initial public offering (IPO) on the New York Stock Exchange raised USD 468.3 million.
  • On January 8, 2008, AECOM acquired The Services Group, Inc., which is a provider of consulting services to the United States Agency for International Development and other multilateral donor organizations.
  • On July 28, 2008, AECOM completed the acquisition of the consulting and engineering company Earth Tech Inc. from Tyco International for US$510 million .
  • On July 14, 2010, AECOM announced the acquisition of Tishman Construction Corp. in a $245 million transaction, which is a leading provider of construction management services in the United States and the United Arab Emirates, including $202 million in cash and the remaining AECOM common stock.
  • On July 13, 2014, AECOM announced the acquisition of URS Corporation, an engineering, construction, and technical services company, at a cash and stock price of $56.31 per share.
  • Effective July 10, 2014, AECOM acquired ACE International Consultants SL (a consulting service provider based in Madrid).
  • In July 2014, AECOM acquired Hunt Construction Group and merged it into AECOM’s construction services business unit.
  • On July 6, 2017, AECOM announced the acquisition of Shimmick Construction for USD 175 million.
  • In October 2019, AECOM announced plans to sell its Management Services division (Management Services) to American Securities LLC and Lindsay Goldberg for US$2.405 billion. Management services provide services and support to government customers including the Department of Energy and the Department of Defense. The transaction was completed on January 31, 2020, and the new company was named Amentum.
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