We are constantly raising the standard for sustainability practices in both our internal operations and delivery of services in the environments in which we operate.
AECOM Construction Management is laser-focused on innovation, and we view sustainability as fertile ground for innovation and leadership. We’re currently one of the few large construction management companies in the US with net zero carbon emissions targets validated by the Science Based Targets Initiative, the leading global organization driving climate action in the private sector. To meet our ambitious climate goals, we have set out to measure and deliver low-carbon solutions for our projects ranging from low-carbon concrete to route optimization for delivery trucks. We also engage with our subcontractor supply chain to build the partnerships required to further reduce the carbon intensity of the construction materials they deliver.
We believe in the power of green building certifications such as LEED, WELL and others to move the market, demonstrate a public-facing commitment to sustainability and direct project teams toward delivering projects using the best practices in sustainability.
Our leadership has led the delivery many first-of-their kind sustainability projects:
- 1st builder with Science-Based Targets Initiative (SBTi) – Net Zero Carbon
- 1st Green skyscraper, 4 Times Square, New York, NY
- 1st LEED Platinum stadium, Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
- 1st LEED Platinum skyscraper, One Bryant Park, New York, NY
- 1st commercial office building to achieve LEED Core and Shell, Seven World Trade Center, New York, NY
- 1st LEED certified airport terminal, Col. H. Weir Cook Terminal at Indianapolis International Airport, Indianapolis, IN
- 1st carbon positive arena in the US, Intuit Dome for LA Clippers, currently under construction, Los Angeles, CA
- 1st WELL certified office tower in NYC, 425 Park Avenue, New York, NY
- 1st Green Projects Contractor, Engineering News-Record New York, 2022
- 14 LEED Platinum projects
- 87 LEED Gold projects
- $68B Construction Cost
- 203 million SF of LEED projects built