In Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg, people are changing the way they work, live and relax. Global connections are made from local offices, and communities are transformed into vibrant, self-sustaining ecosystems.
AECOM has a long history in the region with our heritage stretching back (through legacy companies including URS) for several decades. It is precisely because of our experience and heritage that we are able to embrace this shift to broader horizons.
We seek to help transform communities in the Benelux region and to positively impact built, natural and social environments by meeting the needs of a changing world. Our teams are able to deliver complete, bespoke solutions for every project, while offering global resources locally.
We also speak our clients’ language, as many of our people were once clients themselves. We run projects that are completed on time and to budget, and achieve impressive cost savings on projects of all sizes by maintaining strong management and delivery processes. Simultaneously, we take the time to understand the scope and specific requirements of every brief, combining business planning with engineering to ensure the delivery of a high quality experience with good value. We reach beyond borders while keeping clients’ visions at our core.
Environmental Services: Soil and groundwater investigations and risk assessments; remediation services; decommissioning and demolition services; technical, environmental and sustainability transaction and liability management services; compliance auditing; EHS assistance and occupational EHS services; green building (BREEAM / LEED) services; permitting / EIA; ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and EMAS implementation; carbon and water foot printing; waste management services.
Construction Services: Master planning, architecture and engineering; programme management including multi-site roll out; project and construction management; coast and risk management; procurement; risk delivery and turnkey solutions; EPCM for industrial clients; safety management and coordination.
Buildings & Places: Master planning, architecture and engineering; workplace strategy and space management; safety in design; green building; energy efficiency.