Master plan sets games in motion in Rio

Workers put final touches in the sponsor areas as the sun sets on the 2016 Olympic Park in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Taking its inspiration from the dramatic natural setting, the energy and ambitions of Rio, AECOM’s winning masterplan and venue designs for the Rio 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games are now complete. This prestigious […]

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Dynamic color for AECOM staff workspaces

An Engineer catches an elevator inside the newly designed AECOM corporate office space in Los Angeles, California. AECOM’s in-house architects and interior designers completed plans for the new office comprising 5-floors in a high rise in the center of downtown. The office features an entry reception lobby with central staircase, break rooms, kitchens, open workspaces, […]

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Signature lighting for LAX

Nighttime Travelers make their way between terminal departures and arrivals at Los Angeles International Airport in California. AECOM was selected by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) to manage the comprehensive LAX implementation plan for modernizing the airport. The LAX master plan provides for the design and phased construction, while continuing to serve 65 million passengers […]

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Connecting to flights easier in Boston

Travelers head for the gates passing through the new Terminal C to E connecting concourse at Logan International Airport in Boston, Massachusetts. AECOM’s architects were retained by Massport to create an additional airside connector to provide a direct route for connecting flyers going from Terminals C and E. The work provided additional shops, seating, restrooms, […]

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Trains meet busses at new Boston station

A morning MBTA, Blue-Line Train arrives into the new Orient Heights Station in Boston, Massachusetts. AECOM provided engineering and architectural services for the $51 million ground-up rebuild of the station. The work included providing offices, break and locker spaces, a rooftop rain / snow garden, rooftop solar panels, new platforms, ticket offices, and access to […]

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Traffic… no problem

Transportation engineers coordinate daily traffic flows and incident assistance from the DOT Navigator – main control center in Atlanta, Georgia. AECOM was brought on board to provide architectural services for the re-design of the center. The main space was redesigned to provide a two story height for large video monitors overlooked by an upper balcony […]

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Expanding water treatment capabilities in Florida

An AECOM engineer performs a punchlist on odor control scrubbers and tanks at the new Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant in Davie, Florida. AECOM was selected to complete this design-build process to bring its expertise on constructability, scheduling, and construction costs early on in the process. The project included design and construction of a water […]

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University of Miami gets a new athletic center

Students at the University of Miami walk past the newly constructed Schwartz Center for Athletic Excellence in Coral Gables, Florida. AECOM completed architectural design for the $14.7 million athletic center encompassing 34,000 square feet. Spaces included design of entry lobby, hall of fame display, a brand-new football locker room donated by Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson […]

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Bringing smoother air travel to smaller airports

A TSA officer checks on new baggage operations and scanning at McAllen-Miller International Airport in South Texas. AECOM was retained to provide architectural and engineering design services for the $29 million terminal expansion at the airport. The expansion included adding space for new TSA screening facilities and offices as well as a new concourse, additional […]

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New terminal with room to grow

Twilight falls over the new circular atrium at the Wichita Falls Municipal Airport in Texas. AECOM was retained to provide architectural and engineering design services for the $32 million new terminal building. The airport shares joint service between passenger flights to Dallas and military flights from neighboring Sheppard Air Force Base. The new, 52,000-square-foot facility […]

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