AECOM Wins Water Security Program Contract; John Dionisio Comments

AECOMAECOM Technology Corp. has won a $18.7 million contract from the U.S. Agency for International Development to support a water security program in the Philippines.

AECOM will work with the government of the Philippines to implement USAID’s Water Security for Resilient Economic Growth and Stability program, also known as “Be Secure,” AECOM announced Thursday.

Be Secure intends to help local communities access water services, a sustainable water supply, and wastewater-treatment services

John Dionisio, AECOM chairman and CEO, said the company holds 15 years of experience in helping to implement USAID-funded water services, climate change and environment projects.

The company will also help USAID and nonprofit Waterlinks run a project that aims to increase resilience of water supplies to climate-related stress and other hydrological extremes.

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