On average, employees in Los Angeles, CA at AECOM give their company a 3.0 rating out of 5.0 based on 20, whereas overall Average Rating of AECOM is 3.9 out of 5.0 based on 198 AECOM Review Ratings. The happiest AECOM employees in Los Angeles, CA are Project Engineers submitting an average rating of 4.6 and HSE Managers with a rating of 5.0.
"AECOM is a good company to work for at any time"
"AECOM/TISHMAN/HUNT are great Company's and has several projects that were on the books to start go into a deep holding pattern due to the Pandemic. I really love the culture and deeply believe that my efforts made the company stand out and maintain their status in the community. I have no animosity and wish them the best."
"I consider myself fortunte to have had the opportunity to experience a diverse career path over my 30 plus years of working in the construction and real estate industries. Each firm that I have worked with has afforded me unique opportunities to identify strengths and weaknesses which I have been able to leverage throughout my own personal career development and building of my leadership skills."
"It was great working for Aecom!"
"I have worked for AECOM since 2015 and have found it to be a good employer."
"Very good company, worldwide coverage."
"great place to work and to have the opportunity to travel"
"A large organization, I can only comment on the Power & Energy group. When senior management admits to throwing you to the wolves and not providing the needed support then blames you for why the client is unhappy it should be no surprise why AECOM's top talent are leaving this organization."
"My name is Gene Casstevens. I have over 25 years of experience in construction, from rolls as superintendent, project manager, owners rep and licensed contractor (California licenses B, C-10 and C-7 all active). I am currently working on my second AECOM project in Los Angeles. I was actually hired as a project manager for the CIRCA towers we finished when another GC abandoned the project. The project needed more hands-on direction than project management so I took on the “temporary” roll of superintendent. And it stuck, so I am currently a super on the Pendry Hotel in West Hollywood, a Montage hotel property. When this wraps up, my next opportunities with AECOM would be extended stays out of state. I would prefer to stay working in California and don't mind California location work outside Los Angeles. You can see by my resume and project examples that I am well qualified as both PM and superintendent. My business and architectural background lends well to the PM side and work in the field. I have experience from ground up, to TI's and retail build-outs, both in the field and as PM. One of my most recent (and personally gratifying) projects, ROWDTLA, was the challenge of bringing three 90 to 100 year old food processing, warehouse and packaging buildings up to current building and fire codes, pressurization with new exit stairwells etc. to develop a more modern open outdoor entertainment and retail environment. The re-purposing of the project was a welcome challenge, and as a result, our first tenant was the 30,000 sq ft Adidas design lab on the sixth floor of a 92 year old building. Including installing an elevator capable of carrying +7' tall star athlete passengers. Let me know where you think I would fit. I am ready to make a change before I am faced with choosing a reassignment. I can be reached by phone most days after 3pm when site activity starts quieting down. Thank you, Gene Casstevens 213-364-8558"
"I have been with AECOM two years and love the work but not the atmosphere. The company is employee supportive but not family-friendly. If assigned out of area and refuse you are let go, or put on imposed hiatus. My next upcoming options are out of state and prefer to work in California"
"I worked for AECOM for over 8 years in the headquarters in Los Angeles. The day-to-day workings of the company are so thoroughly driven by corporate politics that my job became miserable. So much of our work was wasted in ill-conceived and inefficient endeavors that job satisfaction was universally low. As the pressure grew and we were asked to falsify time reporting it became morally unfeasible for me to continue my career there."
"I've worked with AECOM for 10 years and the beginning years was a very pleasant experience. The past 2 years when we got a new CIO things went downhill. They laid off 1/3 of the IT Support and changed the overall system and after 2 years went to outsource the IT support."
"I have worked in AECOM for a year and it has been a nice experience since I joined."
"Good according to my experience"
"I very much enjoyed working with AECOM."
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