AECOM to be infrastructure delivery advisor for Ukraine reconstruction

Troy Rudd, AECOM's chief executive officer.

Infrastructure consulting firm, AECOM, has formalised a partnership with the Ukraine government to provide programme management and technical advisory support.

The company has signed a memorandum of understanding with Ukraine’s Ministry for Communities, Territories and Infrastructure Development, to serve as its reconstruction delivery partner and provide infrastructure and programme management advisory support to help Ukraine achieve its reconstruction goals.

“The reconstruction of Ukraine is one of the world’s greatest humanitarian and infrastructure priorities, and we are honoured to partner with Deputy Prime Minister Kubrakov and the Ukrainian government to help position this effort to successfully deliver on their long-term recovery ambitions,” said Troy Rudd, AECOM’s chief executive officer. 

“Through early engagement, a comprehensive programmatic approach, and global collaboration across governments and the private sector, we can work to restore and modernise Ukraine’s infrastructure.”

AECOM will assist the Ministry with the design and establishment of an overall programme management approach and infrastructure advisory support with the goal of creating opportunity for public and private investors to support the future reconstruction of Ukraine’s infrastructure.

The company has also announced that it has signed a memorandum of cooperation with Ukraine’s State Agency for Restoration and Development of Infrastructure to advance preliminary integrated cost estimating and other engineering support for many of the country’s complex and critical infrastructure projects. The scope of this memorandum encompasses key activities to help Ukraine transition to international-based standards for cost estimation, establish procurement practices and provide integrated consulting engineering services.

Across the globe, AECOM has extensive experience participating in reconstruction efforts ranging from initial response to recovery, reconstruction and long-term resilience. AECOM and its legacy companies have a multi-decade track record of delivering major reconstruction work on behalf of clients in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Bosnia, as well as post-natural disaster reconstruction in the United States, Nepal, Haiti, Japan, Indonesia, and the Caribbean.

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