AECOM Wins USCG Contract

Thursday, November 13, 2008

AECOM Technology Corporation (ACM:aecom technology corp delawa com ACM 18.35, +0.75, +4.3%), provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced that its environment business line has been awarded a $12.5m, multi-year, nationwide contract renewal by the United States Coast Guard for environmental and engineering services at USCG onshore and offshore navigation facilities.

Under the five-year contract, AECOM Environment is providing USCG with environmental compliance and auditing, remedial engineering and management, and storm water management planning for their onshore and offshore facilities such as lighthouse structures, waterfront facilities, buildings, and grounds and other aids to navigation. AECOM Environment is currently performing 15 environmental support projects for the USCG including a major remediation, decommissioning and site closure at the Curtis Bay Shipyard in Baltimore.

AECOM has 43,000 employees around the world and serves clients in more than 100 countries. The company had revenue of $5.2b during its fiscal year 2008.

(www.aecom.com)

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