Industrial giant AECOM is moving its headquarters from Los Angeles to Dallas. The firm’s CEO Troy Rudd and select corporate leaders will move into the company’s existing Dallas office at 13355 Noel Road, where more than 1,200 AECOM professionals work. The engineering firm has 47,000 employees worldwide, and its professional services business had revenue of $13.2 billion in 2020. AECOM is the sixth Fortune 500 company to relocate its headquarters to DFW in the past six years.
The engineering firm already has several projects in DFW. It has been selected by Trinity Metro to conduct the environmental assessment and preliminary engineering for the TEXRail extension project in Fort Worth. It also will provide program management services for the first phase of the $3.5 billion Dallas Independent School District 2020 Bond Program. AECOM also worked on the environmental impact statement for the proposed 240-mile high-speed rail project that will run between Dallas and Houston
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