AECOM delivers program and construction management services to clients around the world – from project concept to completion and commissioning. Led by our Tishman Construction and Hunt Construction Group operations — AECOM’s construction services business brings together the world’s leading builders. Across the United States, Hunt and Tishman's strengths in diverse regions and complementary sectors form one of the nation’s leading builders and a powerful force in the industry.
The construction services team offers clients a single and comprehensive source of solutions backed by AECOM’s combined local knowledge and global expertise. Our construction services experts provide clients with an extensive range of pre-construction and construction-related services and solutions for projects of varying scope, budget, schedule and complexity. Along with managing the complexity of each project, our construction services professionals build longstanding relationships with clients and design professionals. As an essential team member on each project, we play a crucial role in helping clients realize their visions. As a project progresses – or increases in complexity – we customize our services to fit each client’s unique needs and requirements. Our suite of services covers every aspect of a client’s project, from design to completion.
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AECOM is the provider of choice for the California State University (CSU) school system.
AECOM led the Long Island Replacement Cable Project Team, which used cutting-edge CapJet technology to lay 11 miles of new cable beneath the seabed of the Long Island Sound.
The Logan First Dam, located on Utah's Logan River, was constructed in 1914 and consists of three sections: a slab-buttress, spillway, and powerhouse section.
AECOM's energy practice provided engineering services for the C$2-billion LG-1 hydroelectric powerhouse.
AECOM served as the owner's engineer, responsible for the overall project oversight and management for the Village of Freeport.
AECOM prepared an Application for Certification (AFC) in 2009, for the California Energy Commission (CEC), to permit the development of a 250 MW solar thermal power plant in the Mojave Desert of California.
AECOM provided technical expertise and local knowledge to ensure that the technologies being considered are appropriate to meet the ever changing needs of New York.
AECOM partners with USAID to improve electricity supply in Haiti by providing engineering, environmental, project management, and construction oversight services for the Haiti North Park.
The Watson station is comprised of two Rolls Royce Trent 60 WLE gas turbines. The Trent 60s are the first Rolls Royce units purchased in the U.S. for power generation.
At AECOM we served as the owner's engineer, responsible for the overall project oversight and management for the Village of Freeport. The project, completed in 2004, consisted of a LM 6000 natural gas combustion turbine in a simple cycle configuration and has a nominal electrical power output of less than 50 MW.
The renewable project focuses on increasing generating capacity, developing Quebec’s hydropower potential and meeting current energy needs without jeopardizing the energy supply of the future.
AECOM’s energy experts address complex challenges and shape a more positive future by helping Weld County, Colorado achieve its goal of increasing its renewable energy use by 20 percent.