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AECOM

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  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

AECOM Graduate Stories

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As a structural engineer, your career prospects are endless. From skyscrapers and stadiums to cranes and conveyors, every facet of infrastructure in the world requires structural engineers.

Jeff Zhou

  • Graduate stories
As a structural engineer, your career prospects are endless. From skyscrapers and stadiums to cranes and conveyors, every facet of infrastructure in the world requires structural engineers.

Jeff Zhou

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As a structural engineer, I am responsible for the safety of people who are the end users of my designs.

Alice Naughton

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As a structural engineer, I am responsible for the safety of people who are the end users of my designs.

Alice Naughton

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I decided to study engineering because I always enjoyed problem-solving and finding out how things work, so engineering seemed like the natural thing to study.

Semisi Ikahihifo

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I decided to study engineering because I always enjoyed problem-solving and finding out how things work, so engineering seemed like the natural thing to study.

Semisi Ikahihifo

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If I could offer some advice to grads, I’d suggest they try everything and say yes to every opportunity — you never know where you may end up!

Amy Forsyth

  • Graduate stories
If I could offer some advice to grads, I’d suggest they try everything and say yes to every opportunity — you never know where you may end up!

Amy Forsyth

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I am looking forward to new, different, challenging projects this year that allow me to improve outcomes in public infrastructure and innovate in the way we approach investment in infrastructure.

Cameron Gook

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I am looking forward to new, different, challenging projects this year that allow me to improve outcomes in public infrastructure and innovate in the way we approach investment in infrastructure.

Cameron Gook

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One piece of advice I would give to someone interested in a career in infrastructure and engineering would be to try as many different aspects of the industry as possible.

Jordan Bartlett

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One piece of advice I would give to someone interested in a career in infrastructure and engineering would be to try as many different aspects of the industry as possible.

Jordan Bartlett

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Engineering is a diverse and wide-ranging degree, so there’s definitely something for everyone. Variety is the spice of life!

Kesh Preeyadarshanan

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Engineering is a diverse and wide-ranging degree, so there’s definitely something for everyone. Variety is the spice of life!

Kesh Preeyadarshanan

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My responsibilities at work are mostly on the technical side – I’m doing the work rather than winning the work.

Natalie Redmond

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My responsibilities at work are mostly on the technical side – I’m doing the work rather than winning the work.

Natalie Redmond

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I have been in my current role for six months following a promotion from my previous role leading the South Australia team for AECOM.

Kerry van Donderen

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I have been in my current role for six months following a promotion from my previous role leading the South Australia team for AECOM.

Kerry van Donderen

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Being part of a global organisation means that we get to contribute to some of the most inspiring – and challenging – projects.

Eugene Baiden Assan

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Being part of a global organisation means that we get to contribute to some of the most inspiring – and challenging – projects.

Eugene Baiden Assan

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