With thousands of experts worldwide, AECOM can serve customers in all aspects of the project life cycle. The company gained a well deserved worldwide reputation for excellence without compromise, creativity, and leadership of thought. The company is ideally positioned to offer truly inspiring solutions and lasting legacies in combination with its business planning skills and technical expertise; it acts as a trusted partner for its customers, taking the time to understand the scope and specific regulations of every brief, ensuring a high-quality experience, and good value for customers. With active management and delivery processes, the company saves significant costs on projects of all sizes on a regular basis.

AECOM designs, builds, finances, and manages key infrastructure assets for governments and private organizations. It connects knowledge and experience across the global network of experts as a fully integrated company to help customers solve their most complex challenges. A Fortune 500 company, AECOM, had revenues of around $20.2 billion in 2018. It provides both public and private sector clients with professional technical and management support services.

Engineering News Record ranked AECOM as the world’s leading design company. The leading global infrastructure company has announced the appointment of Steve Cooley as its Director of Asset Management & Optimization in response to the growing interest in the performance-based asset and operational maintenance contracts by road authorities. Cooley will connect the local and global AECOM teams to meet the requirements of road authorities, as they adopt an increasingly sophisticated approach to contracting. Cooley has more than 20 years of experience in the management of contracts and companies covering the first controlled motorway systems introduced by Highways England for the busiest motorway networks which include M25 route. In addition to his duties at AECOM, Cooley continues to participate in the road industry as deputy chairman, Journey Reliability Chapter at Roads Australia.