New report by the National Association for Environmental, Health, Safety and Sustainability (EHS&S) Management (NAEM) reveals best practices and horizon issues for sustainability goals
October 7, 2019 /3BL Media/ - Customers are the most important stakeholders influencing how companies set sustainability priorities, define goals and respond to external requests for environment, social and governance (ESG) information, according to a new report by NAEM.
Among the EHS&S leaders surveyed by NAEM, 68% use, or are planning to use, a formal materiality assessment to identify the issues that most affect their business. And customers are at the top of the list of key influences driving that agenda, NAEM’s research found.
Rapid Deployment Team Launches New Converge™ Data Center Building Kits
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., November 18, 2015 /3BL Media/ –AECOM, a premier, fully integrated global infrastructure firm, and Project Frog, Inc., the leading innovator in advanced component buildings, are pleased to announce the formation of a partnership to address the increasing need for data centers.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti and AECOM CEO Michael S. Burke present awards
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 16, 2015 /3BL Media/ – Daniel Lau, Joseph Rosenberg and Lindsay Rule, graduate design students at the University of Pennsylvania, have won AECOM’s sixth annual Urban SOS competition. Their entry, “The THIRD Reserve,” proposed to create an ambitious new urban landscape to enable the island city-state of Singapore to become self-sufficient in its food production.
September 17, 2015 /3BL Media/ - Latin American and European cities are the least reliant on fossil fuels to power their electricity, finds new analysis of major cities around the world, released today by CDP and AECOM. Asia Pacific cities continue to exhibit a high dependency on fossil fuels, while North American and African cities sit somewhere in the middle.
Raj Rangaraj is the vice president of the client care program at AECOM. In a recent AECOM Impact blog postk, he explains the importance of a quality management culture, as well as the human elements required to achieve a quality and safety-focused culture.
Professionals don’t willingly make errors; they are the result of complacency, lack of training and a weak quality culture. Further to that point, quality doesn’t just happen; it takes an investment of time, resources and energy. And the costs of not embracing a strong quality culture are many.
Asli Canyurt, marketing manager for AECOM in Turkey, volunteered her time to renovate the basement of a children’s orphanage. In a recent AECOM Impact blog post, she discusses the impact the event had on her, and why she will never forget this experience.
Sisters Meline and Arsine Baghdasarian, both cognizant system engineers for AECOM at the Hanford Nuclear Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant in Washington, United States, discuss their journey that led them to start a new chapter in their careers together.
AECOM improved safety practices on the Wave City Centre in Noida, India, accumulating 10 million safe work hours without any lost-time injuries, by promoting the importance of the company’s nine Life-Preserving Principles.
Craig Helm and his coworker, John Sikora, recently worked together on AECOM’s Ziegler Reservoir Enlargement project in Colorado, United States. In the AECOM Impact blog post below, they share their experience during this dig, which revealed some pretty amazing finds!