AECOM (ACM)


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Open32.12
Prev Close32.18
Bid32.21 x 200
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Day's Range32.19 - 32.32
52wk Range22.80 - 36.20
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Market Cap4.96B
P/E Ratio (ttm)56.42
Beta1.63
Volume61,085
Avg Vol (3m)1,202,364
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  • AECOM Joins the Gramercy District Project as Contractor
    Zacks17 hours ago

    AECOM Joins the Gramercy District Project as Contractor

    AECOM (ACM) recently announced that its Tishman Construction unit has become a joint general contractor of Phase 1A of Gramercy District.

  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Demolition permit filed for Midtown building, new tower planned

    The Houston Chronicle reports that a demolition permit for 3300 Main St. has been filed. Although Houston-based PM Realty Group has been under contract to buy the property for more than a year, it’s still owned by the Midtown Redevelopment Authority. The Midtown Redevelopment Authority put 3300 Main — a former city of Houston code-enforcement building — on the market in March 2014 .

  • American City Business Journals6 days ago

    More Gramercy District news: Construction team set for $500M 'smart city' in Ashburn

    The master developer behind a planned $500 million “smart city” in Ashburn has assembled a team to design and build it. The newest members of the Gramercy District lineup are the Tishman Construction unit of Los Angeles-based AECOM (ACM), Herndon-based Trinity Group Construction, Gaithersburg-based DVA Architects, and Greystar, which will provide pre-construction consulting and property management services. The group is "capable of implementing the vision of a marriage between technology and real estate development” to create Gramercy, “a smart city of the future,” 22 Capital Partners, the private equity firm behind Gramercy, said in a statement.