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14 July 2016 Africa is a major growth node for AECOM
Ranked as the best global consultancy in design, transportation and general building, AECOM has unveiled its 2020 Africa strategy to capitalise on growth opportunities on the continent.
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13 July 2016 AECOM drives expansion at Toyota press shop in Durban
AECOM was responsible for the engineering services for a recent expansion project undertaken by Toyota South Africa Motors at its manufacturing facility near Durban. This included a new press line with the largest...
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28 June 2016 AECOM embraces diversity and inclusivity
Shevira Bissessor is a sterling example of the diversity and inclusivity embedded in the core values of AECOM. As an executive in the Buildings + Places, Africa business unit, the highlight of her distinguished...
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9 June 2016 AECOM helps Growthpoint Properties go green
AECOM is actively working with Growthpoint Properties on a range of solar rooftop projects and existing building performance ratings, where low-performance buildings are identified and corrective measures proposed...
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23 May 2016 AECOM looks to double its revenue from African projects
AECOM is looking to double its revenue from African projects as it takes advantage of its unique position and service offering in the fully integrated professional and technical engineering space on the continent....
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5 May 2016 AECOM wins high-profile consultancy work across South Africa
AECOM, a premier fully-integrated infrastructure and support services company, continues to secure high-profile consulting engineering work in South Africa across a range of sectors.
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25 April 2016 AECOM KZN office one of Durban’s most sustainable buildings
AECOM has inaugurated its new KwaZulu-Natal head office in Umhlanga Ridge, believed to be the first building in Durban to have achieved a five Green Star rating from the Green Building Council of South Africa.
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11 April 2016 Major KZN Water Transfer System in trial phase
A Water Transfer System (WTS) Project that forms part of the Mooi-Mgeni Transfer Scheme - Phase 2 (MMTS-2) was completed and commissioned on 19 February 2016. The system is currently in the trial phase.
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