Home' Future Building: The Australian Infrastructure Review : Issue 1 Contents At AECOM, we thrive on doing things differently wherever we are
across Australia, New Zealand and around the world in over 100
countries. In Australia and New Zealand, we are 3,800 people in over
20 offices. Globally, we are 45,000. Together we bring projects to life
in the cities, communities and places that connect us, the industries
that support us and the major infrastructure that moves us.
This takes vision and insight blended with pragmatism.
Maunsell, EDAW, ENSR and Bassett evolving to AECOM helps us
to think more innovatively and design more intelligently to bring
clients' projects to life more reliably. As one AECOM, it's easier for
clients to connect to more specialists delivering more services and
resources across more projects in more places.
Working together and drawing on local and global teams we
collaborate, innovate and create structures, places and spaces that
enhance and sustain the world's built, natural and social environments
to create a better world in which to work and live.
Our teams in Australia and New Zealand work in partnership with
clients and AECOM engineers, architects, scientists and project
managers to find and deliver answers that work across:
Together, we work to drive continued client success during and
after project completion.
With more than 80 years of experience in Australia and New
Zealand, we have developed a strong track record that includes:
AECOM is a global provider of professional technical and
management support services and a leader in all of the key markets
that it serves.
We provide a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation,
and collaborative technical excellence in delivering solutions to
clients' challenges. A Fortune 500 company, AECOM had annual
revenue in excess of US$6.1 billion during its fiscal year 2009.
As your world faces more complex challenges, the AECOM world
has your solution.
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