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AECOMs Lara Poloni is Construction News One to Watch

AECOM's Lara Poloni is Construction News 'One to Watch'

 December 13, 2017

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AECOM’s new EMEA Chief Executive has been recognised by Construction News as one of the ‘15 people to watch in 2018’ in a new review of the construction industry.

Poloni, who took up her new position earlier in the year, was previously Chief Executive of Australia-New Zealand and her move now means she is in charge of the second biggest region after the U.S.

Leading AECOM’s 20,000-strong team across the UK, Europe, Middle East and Africa, Lara is working on a range of services to deliver solutions to some of society's most complex infrastructure challenges.

Construction news is confident of Lara’s leadership

Construction News ‘15 People to watch in 2018’ has recognised that Lara Poloni will be playing a key role in developing AECOM as the leading multidisciplinary practice encompassing design, build and finance.  The magazine is confident that she will continue to stamp her authority as the firm’s strategic direction carries on taking shape.

The magazine also praised her move on installing David Barwell as the company’s UK boss in place of Patrick Flaherty, who has been made chief executive of integrated management services for EMEA.

A prime employer for women

With impressive women like Lara Poloni at the helm, now is a really exciting time to join AECOM.

Fantastic career opportunities, a supportive and flexible working environment and the chance to work on top international projects - AECOM is a prime employer for talented women seeking the best. Lara herself is excited to be part of such a great team.

“Every day, I’m amazed to learn of the challenges we solve for our clients, and the lives we’re shaping and influencing through our work. It’s these exciting challenges that have seen me build my career here, and which make AECOM an exciting and rewarding place to start your career," she says.

Join the many talented women at AECOM today by searching their current job vacancies.


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