In October 2013, Davis Langdon became known as AECOM in Europe, the Middle East and the Americas – delivering services as AECOM's Program, Cost, Consultancy team.
We remain as committed as ever to offering our clients the best possible service, drawing on the widest experience and helping them to achieve their boldest ambitions.
With this final piece of the puzzle falling into place, we can fully join the dots with our deep local roots and dynamic global reach, in our cities and communities across all sectors, from feasibility to design concepts through to asset management.
Our business in Asia/Pacific
In Australia and New Zealand, we continue to be known as Davis Langdon, and in Asia we remain as Davis Langdon KPK.
As part of a joint venture, AECOM provided a full range of project management and engineering design resources for Argyle Diamonds Limited’s Underground Expansion Project, in Western Australia.
With the Australian Government committed to achieving the Renewable Energy Target of 20% of Australia’s electricity supply from renewable sources by 2020, Bald Hills Wind Farm is contributing by developing a ~$300 million 106.6 MW wind farm project.
Often referred to as Australia's Stern Report, AECOM applied advanced modelling techniques to explore climate change impacts on infrastructure sectors across every Australian State and Territory.
Curtin University's vision for the future is the creation of Greater Curtin, a new community that will transform their isolated suburban campus in Bentley into a vibrant and diverse community hub.
Flood events have been exacerbated by earthquake sequences, leaving homes in parts of the city under water. In response, Christchurch City Council formed a taskforce to investigate short, medium and long-term flood alleviation measures for the city.
The separation of regional and metropolitan services on one of Melbourne's busiest rail corridors allows major regional cities their own dedicated tracks. Increased capacity and reliability on both regional and domestic services contributes to more sustainable living on Melbourne’s western fringe.
Dusty roads in dry season and flooding in the wet can mean an uncomfortable experience for nature-lovers travelling the Goldfields Highway in Western Australia.
RMIT’s Swanston Academic Building creates a series of social and learning engagement spaces which help foster a new type of collegiate environment, facilitating mentorship and collaboration.
An integrated design process was adopted for the Sydney Park Stormwater Harvesting Project. The overall objective was to integrate the human , environmental and engineering design requirements to create a response that provides social, environmental and economic functions.