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AECOM mentors the young professionals of tomorrow

14th June 2019 A candidacy mentoring programme run by integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM is playing a vital role in ensuring newly-employed graduates attain professional registration. The programme, which includes monthly touchpoint and quarterly progress sessions, tracks performance and nurtures... 

SAAMA Conference – making history by focusing on the future

6th June 2019 The Southern African Asset Management Association (SAAMA) hosted its sixth physical asset management conference from the 14th to the 16th of May 2019 at Spier Wine Farm, Stellenbosch. The conference focused on the development of physical asset management in Southern Africa. As organisers,... 

Southern Palace-led consortium named preferred bidder for R2.5bn Tambo Springs container terminal

5th June 2019 State-owned freight logistics utility Transnet has named a consortium led by black-empowerment group Southern Palace as the preferred bidder for a 20-year concession to build and operate a new R2.5-billion inland container terminal in southern Gauteng. The public­–private partnership, dubbed the... 

AECOM cuts stadium design-and-build to a record two years at Japoma

9th May 2019 An innovative design-and-build solution for the Japoma Sports Complex in Douala, Cameroon has seen integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM slash two years off the traditional timeframe for such a mammoth project. The Japoma Sports Complex consists of a 50 000-seat multi-sport stadium, an... 

AECOM is green consultant for Pran Boulevard in Umhlanga

26th February 2019 Integrated infrastructure delivery company AECOM’s experience in green building rating and sustainability stood it in good stead when it was appointed as ‘green’ consultant for Pran Boulevard on Umhlanga Rocks Drive in the Ridgeside precinct, designed by architecture and interior architecture... 

AECOM hones regional focus with integration of its Middle East and African operations

18th February 2019 “We are incredibly proud to be involved in some of the biggest infrastructure projects across Africa, including the $1.5 billion Tema Port Expansion Project for Meridian Port Services in Ghana,” said Joe Ndala, AECOM’s Managing Director of South Africa and Chief Financial Officer for the African... 
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