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Aecom withdraws staff from Libya

Aecom announced today it has completed the safe withdrawal of its expatriate employees and their families from Libya.

Since 2008, Aecom has been the program manager for the Libya Housing and Infrastructure Board’s program to modernise the country’s infrastructure.

Due to the current uncertainty in Libya, the company cannot determine when or if this project will continue.

“The safety and security of our staff is paramount to Aecom, and we are grateful for the safe withdrawal of our expatriate personnel,” said Aecom president and chief executive officer John M. Dionisio.

Although Aecom estimates there will be some business disruption, they don’t believe it will affect they full-year financial results.

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