AECOM re-appointed on Manchester framework


AECOM is set to deliver a wide portfolio of highway and public transport improvements across Greater Manchester after being re-appointed to a civil and structural engineering professional services framework. 

AECOM to deliver FORS nationally


Transport for London (TfL) has appointed AECOM to take over the management and operation of its Fleet Operator Recognition Scheme (FORS).

AECOM wins £30m MHA contract


AECOM and its supply partner Waterman have been awarded a £30 million Professional Services Partnership (PSP) contract by the Midlands Highway Alliance (MHA).

Advisors appointed to develop £200m road improvement plans


Technical advisors AECOM, Richards and Moorhead & Laing have been appointed to develop options for the £200m Welsh government road improvements in north east Wales.

Firms open to idea of road charging


Three quarters of firms who responded to the 2015 CBI/AECOM Infrastructure Survey are open to the idea of road charging as a way of boosting investment.

New ICE learning centre receives industry support


Seven leading contractors and consultants have joined forces with the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) to help fund a new state-of-the-art engineering exhibition and learning centre.

McCormick to lead Aecom’s transport business


Paul McCormick has joined AECOM as managing director – transportation, UK & Ireland and continental Europe.

Misperceptions the biggest barrier to apprenticeships, say apprentices


Misperceptions that apprenticeships are an inferior route into industry are the biggest barrier to attracting good candidates, according to a survey of apprentices carried out by global infrastructure services firm AECOM.

AECOM: Gender imbalance must be addressed at apprenticeship level


A significant gender imbalance at apprenticeship level risks undermining the engineering industry’s efforts to build a more diverse workforce, according to integrated infrastructure services firm AECOM.

AECOM and the University of Salford announce research partnership


A new research partnership that aims to improve understanding of how major infrastructure programmes interact with the natural environment has been signed by AECOM and the University of Salford.  

Industry reacts to Autumn Statement


The industry has given its reaction to Chancellor Philip Hammond’s Autumn Statement.

AECOM bags £25m deal with HE


Global infrastructure services firm AECOM has secured five contracts with Highways England worth a total of more than £25 million.

JV leaves London’s maintenance framework after drop in work


Transport for London's (TfL) road maintenance framework - the London Highways Alliance Contract (LoHAC) - has run into further trouble after a key joint venture pulled out.

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