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AECOM's Third-Quarter Results Exceed Executives' Expectations

SUGAR LAND--August 10, 2012--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Executives at AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE:ACM) sounded like they were ready to open a bottle of champagne and toast the company's third-quarter earnings results. John Dionisio, chief executive officer, Michael Burke, President, and Stephen Kadenacy, chief financial officer, all provided positive news on a conference call on August 7, 2012. "First let me say that I am pleased with the improvement in the balance of growth, profitability and liquidity," Dionisio said. He also noted, "During the quarter, our organic net service revenue, on a currency-neutral basis, improved by 2%, led by strength in our Asia, Australia and Canada operations, with solid growth in our civil infrastructure as well as our power, energy and mining end markets." Industrial Info happens to be tracking a couple of the projects involving AMCOM in Canada and Australia.

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