As one of the world’s largest infrastructure services firms, AECOM has the breadth and scale to tackle the most complex technical challenges.
With a geographic footprint spanning 150 countries, AECOM employees have opportunities to travel and contribute to some of the world’s most exciting projects.
The E4 Stockholm Bypass project has broken new ground in building information modelling (BIM) and collaborative working. The new motorway link will connect the north and south of Stockholm, relieving pressure on existing routes and providing better connections between urban areas. With more than 550 designers from 19 different technical disciplines located across nine countries, weaving digital transformation with project execution was key to managing the project’s complexities. As a result of this project Trafikverket, Sweden’s Transport Administration, now mandates BIM on all new infrastructure investments. The scheme has also become the blueprint for numerous megaprojects globally, including Australia, India, Russia and the United States.
Located on the Brunt Ice Shelf, Antarctica, the Halley VI Antarctic Research Station is one of the most challenging and technically complex buildings ever delivered in what is the harshest climate on earth. As the world’s first fully relocatable, permanently manned Antarctic research station, it redefines polar architecture and engineering. Built on an ice shelf that moves over 400m per year, the station can be relocated inland as the ice shelf moves out to sea. The UK-based AECOM team that delivered the project has now established a global centre of excellence, specialising in high performance buildings, long-span structures and complex geometry to deliver major international projects.
From iconic buildings and vital infrastructure to resilient communities and environments, AECOM’s 92,000 employees work collaboratively to push the boundaries of modern engineering and deliver a better world.
Stockholm Bypass tunnel is one of the longest in the world
Halley VI American Society of Civil Engineers 2015 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement award