At AECOM, we seek a balance between art and technology, form and function, beauty and purpose, vision and result. AECOM's building and interior designers have helped shape the world around us – from high-rise buildings that form city skylines, to educational, cultural, research and transportation facilities and homes that enable our way of life and future.
Our architects and interior designers are problem solvers by nature – serving clients by listening to their concerns, understanding their goals, and sharing in their vision. We believe that capital investment in facilities should be aligned with measurable, sustainable business benefits, and our firm’s portfolio reflects a commitment to excellence and client satisfaction.
Building Design's 2013 WA100 list rates AECOM as the largest architecture firm in the world, and we were ranked #1 overall in Engineering News-Record’s 2013 Top 500 Design Firms. And, for four consecutive years, Newsweek included AECOM on its U.S. Companies Green Rankings list.
Good design is sustainable design. Principles of green architecture are fundamental to our firm’s design culture and integral to every discipline. For each building type, our design process is based on energy efficient building systems, appropriate selection of materials and form to maximize environmental conditions and long-term performance.
Our sustainable solutions have shaped projects such as the Calgary Courts Centre in Alberta, Canada, Altria Group Headquarters and Annex in Virginia, United States, the Montgomery County Judicial Center Annex in Maryland, United States, the Manitoba Hydro Place in Manitoba, Canada and the NASA Langley Research Center, Headquarters Building in Virginia, United States. Throughout the world, our projects have achieved honors and recognition for environmental responsibility.