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8 September 2017 AECOM is committed to transforming skills development in Africa
: AECOM’s Learning and Development team is committed to building a community of experts with diverse backgrounds, disciplines, and perspectives, who are passionate about delivering a better world.
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24 August 2017 AECOM clinches top honour at 2017 Universum Awards
AECOM Africa took home the ‘Most Attractive Key Occupation for Engineering Professionals: Building Architects’ at the Universum Awards held in Sandton, Johannesburg on 11 May 2017.
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7 August 2017 AECOM Sol Plaatje building project is a winner at Fulton Awards 2017
The Sol Plaatje University Library C004 was the overall winner in the ‘Buildings Greater than Three Storeys’ category, Architectural Concrete in the Fulton Awards 2017. AECOM is the Principal Agent for this...
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28 July 2017 AECOM completes work on Plankenbrug outfall sewer in Stellenbosch
As Lead Design Engineer, AECOM carried out construction monitoring of Phase 1 of the Plankenbrug Main Outfall Sewer and Associated Works in Stellenbosch. Construction commenced in October 2015, and was completed in...
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19 July 2017 AECOM announces inaugural Educational Trust bursary recipients
AECOM has announced the first three beneficiaries of its newly-established Educational Trust. The trust has been set up pursuant to the company’s broad-based black economic empowerment (B-BBEE) objectives, including...
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6 July 2017 Women of AECOM help to champion its presence in Africa
6 July 2017: AECOM’s executive committee has five female members out of 13, a record in terms of female representation at this management level for most companies in Africa, says Rashree Maharaj, the Marketing and...
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15 June 2017 AECOM addresses infrastructure panel at WEF on Africa 2017
Largescale, multi-country infrastructure projects in Africa can only succeed if various important criteria are met in terms of planning, coordination, and engineering.
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31 May 2017 AECOM helps Gibela facility achieve 500 000 LTI-free hours
The Gibela Rail Transport Consortium train manufacturing facility at Dunnottar in Ekurhuleni, Gauteng, achieved 500 000 LTI-free (lost time free) injuries late last year. This is largely due to the expert health and...
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24 April 2017 Cape Town’s first micro-tunnelling project wins major award
AECOM, the City of Cape Town and CSV Construction have been awarded the annual Joop Van Wamelen Award of Excellence for 2016 by the Southern African Society for Trenchless Technology (SASTT). The combined submission...
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5 April 2017 BIM has enormous potential to cut construction costs in Africa
Building Information Modelling (BIM) has enormous potential in Africa’s Architecture, Engineering and Construction (AEC) industry to reduce capital and operational costs, and boost the quality of construction...
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