AECOM plans, engineers and oversees construction for some of the largest port and marine facilities worldwide.

Our planners, simulation and logistics specialists, engineers, architects and economists are at the forefront of port, shipping, logistics and cargo trends. We work with a wide spectrum of clients, including public and private owners, as well as tenants of ports and marine terminals. We focus on applying the right skills at the right time to deliver successful ports and marine projects around the world.

Delivering the World’s Firsts

Innovation is key when it comes to maritime projects. We’ve built our reputation on incorporating new technologies in ports projects around the world. Our professionals have helped plan automated container terminals on five continents and delivered the world’s first shore-to-ship power system for marine oil tankers. We integrate innovation into our plans, models and designs, delivering projects that will serve our clients today and in the future. Our wide range of maritime developments include:

  • Container
  • Liquid and dry bulk terminals
  • Waterfront developments
  • Cruise and ferry terminals
  • Recreational marinas
  • Military installations

Key clients, key services

At AECOM, our relationships with port clients around the world are built on an appreciation of their business needs and a proven record of innovative and cost-effective project development. Our team delivers such key capabilities as dredging, landfill and waterfront projects to marine terminals, backland facilities, intermodal transfer facilities and cruise terminals. We work with our clients to provide high-quality, well-managed professional services that meet their program and budget goals.

 

AECOM Services:

      • Port Master Planning
      • Port Policy and Management Consultation
      • Financial and Economic Feasibility Analysis
      • Port and Marine Terminal Models and Simulations
      • Freight Rail and Intermodal Transfer Facilities
      • Passenger, Cruise and Ferry Terminals
      • Ship Building and Repair Facilities
      • Program and Project Management
      • Engineering Design
      • Construction Management
      • Container and General Cargo Terminals
      • Shore-to-ship Power Design
      • Terminal Operations Environmental Management