Overall reviews at AECOM
Tool Crib Attendant | Edmonton, AB | Mar. 26, 2020
Overall great company
I like to jobs and people I work with. Supervisor s are knowledgeable lots of different jobs all over site helping and mentoring young people safe place to work lots of opportunities in all different areas never standing around learned a lot about the company and there for value. They care about everybody going home safety is paramount
Skid Steer Operator | Fort McMurray, AB | Mar. 6, 2020
I had started work with Aecom In 2017 and got called back to Minie Project afterwards
Working For Aecom is a very good crew very friendly at all levels always good work just do your job if ever need any help it is always there for you and great be always on time never miss an hour on your paycheque
Site Coordinator | Sherwood Park, AB | Feb. 25, 2016
productive and fun
professional atmosphere with high expectations regarding your own work. Fair and fun place to work on a day to day basis.
Technologist | Edmonton, AB | Oct. 3, 2013
Lack of Communication
The department I was working for was not very well managed at the time in 2009.
Pipefitter | Fort McMurray, AB | Oct. 8, 2018
Good to work with Aecom Good organization and supervision good management . Safety vise no:1
Meterial and enough tools available.flexible work schedule
Business Development Officer | Richmond Hill, ON | Oct. 21, 2013
Familiar company, youth environment with great raffles along the year
My co-workers were very supportive and those were a complement on my self-learning on the company technology. I had reported on weekly base new potential business opportunities, which I found through searching engine webs and customer sites as well. It was really exciting when I could set a sales agent in Mexico and I did some technical presentations as a result of working together with the agent. The hardest part of the job was denied some technical assistance when the customer needed it and was hard for me to accept such kind of management decision. It was amazing having learned on such unique technology and being in contact with new markets as Middle East and Asia and I was able to share my experience in Latin America with co-workers and my boss.
ProsBBQs sponsored every Thursday during Spring and Summer.
ConsLimited portfolio product
Area Business Unit Lead, Buildings, Western Canada | Saskatoon, SK | Jul. 13, 2017
AECOM is a dynamic and challenging place to work.
AECOM is a large company that can, and does, provide challenging work. Change is a normal part of the work experience there. The team atmosphere provides ample opportunity to work with, and learn from, excellent people.
ProsAlways challenged to improve and grow the business.
ConsSupport services need to be more responsive to operational team requirements.
Forklift Operator | Calgary, AB | May 10, 2016
It was a good place to work
Worked here for 6.5 years and moved to various project locations.
Enabled me to apprentice for my Journeyman Material Technician.
Good life work balance
Co- workers were great have made some life long friends.
Hardest part of the job was it ending and leaving the people who have become a second family.
Industrial Engineer | Calgary, AB | Oct. 31, 2014
Productive, efficient and safe place to work with a fitness room
A typical day at work comprises of a few hours of individual working and in personal office and a subtle blend of a interaction form colleagues and at time mediate supervisor when there is need to brainstorm over an issue. I learned so much from my immediate supervisor whose leadership skill is highly desirous.My co-workers are smart and hard working people who, i believe their work ethics has also rob off on me.
The hardest part of my job is whenever I am assigned a non billable work to do.Whenever this happens, I would have to put in more hours than I should in order to meet up budgetary expectations.
Most enjoyable part of the job is the opportunity to meet and work with different clients and subcontractors from time to time. There is also the benefit of getting involved with colleagues in games and other activities outside of the work place.
Equipment Operator | Kapuskasing, ON | Nov. 21, 2013
very comfertable company to work for
was always happy to go to work.learned how to operate haule trucks heavy equipment and pumping systems
management where very easy to talk to and where very considerate to job needs
got along great with all my co workers
the hardest part of the job was weather conditions that would slow or stop operations would make for a very long shift
most enjoyable parts of the job was when everything went well and their where no delays and the people I worked with
Prosgood work environment and good peaple to work with
Consbad weather and shut downs