AECOM reported second quarter fiscal year (Q2 FY) revenue of $4.8 billion. Net loss and diluted loss per share were $120 million and $0.75 in the second quarter, respectively, which includes a $168 million non-cash charge on non-core Oil & Gas assets held for sale.
Three private-sector teams will be invited to submit technical proposals and prices to design and construct the Interstate 64 Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel Expansion.
AECOM Technical Services, Inc. has been recommended for a $5 million contract to design and develop Ohio’s connected and autonomous vehicle infrastructure.
The field of contenders for Ohio’s $5 million Smart Mobility Infrastructure Project has been narrowed to four. The finalists, which DriveOhio announced March 16, are among those who responded to a search for teams to create a statewide plan and framework for connected and autonomous vehicles.
The Sound Transit University of Washington Station received a 2018 National Honor Award for Interior Architecture from the American Institute of Architects.
AECOM reported first quarter revenue of $4.9 billion. Net income and diluted earnings per share were $111 million and $0.69 in the first quarter, respectively. On an adjusted basis, diluted earnings per share1 was $0.57.
Related Companies selected AECOM as construction manager for The Grand, the Frank Gehry-designed, mixed-use development in downtown Los Angeles on Grand Avenue across from The Broad museum and Walt Disney Concert Hall. The Grand is designed to revitalize Downtown Los Angeles’ cultural and civic core with a mix of commercial, retail, cultural and residential units.
AECOM defines infrastructure’s next chapter with inaugural global report: The Future of Infrastructure
AECOM released its inaugural global research report, The Future of Infrastructure, which harnesses survey data and opinions from more than 500 industry decision-makers working in major organizations across the North America, Europe and the Asia-Pacific regions.
AECOM and Van Alen Institute, with 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, announced four finalists for Urban SOS 2017: hOUR City, a global student ideas competition that challenged multidisciplinary teams to connect more people in regions around the world to the opportunities found in contemporary cities.