AECOM Makes List of World’s Most Admired Companies for 4th Consecutive Year

AECOM has been included on the World’s Most Admired Companies list by Fortune magazine for the fourth consecutive year.

The company said Friday it ranked first within the engineering and construction industry for its product/service quality, innovation and social responsibility efforts.

“This milestone reflects extraordinary achievement and showcases our employees’ talents, expertise and continuous commitment to the success of our clients,” said Michael Burke, AECOM chairman and CEO.

Fortune worked with management consulting firm Korn Ferry to survey executives, directors and analysts from more than 680 companies to determine notable companies within and across various industries.

Companies on the 2018 list were evaluated against nine key attributes that include talent acquisition and retention, management quality, community and environment social responsibility, innovation, product/service quality, asset management, financial soundness, long-term investment value and effectiveness of global business operations.

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