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Office & Workplace at AECOM

8.6 rating for Workplace, based on 92 reviews
Please comment on your company's office space, location and facilities. And while we're at it, please tell us a little about the dress code.
Set out very nicely. No cubicle set out, more open space to be able to communicate with people beside you and across the desk. Real plants around the office which gives the relax feeling and Coffee machine!
Graduate, Sydney
Great location and panoramic views of the swan river and kings park, desks with sit and stand options, barista style coffee machine, dishwashers, hot chocolate machines... the dress code is smart casual to formal, with casual fridays. only downside is hot desking and noise levels when the whole office is full.
Graduate, Perth
Awesome space, on george st next to the dymocks building. Level 21 looks over the city + QVB. On level 5 there is a large kitchen space and outdoor lunch area which is used by most staff. The dress code is ranges, senior team members wear suits, but for most people it's more of a smart casual (no ties or jackets unless you want to) and there is casual friday.
Graduate, Sydney
Good location and lovely office, but hotdesking is awful and we do not have enough desks for everyone in the office.
Graduate, Canberra
Office space is fine. Dress code is business casual but most of us wear polo with jeans/chinos. Prefer the relaxed style in the regional office.
Graduate, Rockhampton
Space, location and facilities are all fantastic
Graduate, Brisbane
Everything is good; Friday tropical shirts
Graduate, Mackay
Office is modern with standard facilities. Location is in CBD. Dress code is professional. Casual Fridays
Graduate, Newcastle
The office spaces are good but can feel a little clinical. There should be more opportunities to personalize pod sections
Graduate, Brisbane
The office is pretty generic, though it does have really good coffee machines!
Professional, Brisbane
Great facilities. Nice and clean office space. Great EoT facilities. Great coffee available. Great location to clients, dinning areas, coffee shops, etc. Only drawback is the parking options (paid parking or long walks)
Graduate, Newcastle
Office location and facilities are great, but I dislike the requirement to hotdesk - I would spend more time in office if our team had more permanent desks (we have one between six people). Dress code is fine.
Professional, Brisbane
The office is in a good location that is easy to get to. The office is open making it easy to work with coworkers. The dress code is business casual.
Graduate, Sydney
Good layout and location. Relaxed dress code.
Graduate, Sydney
Could be better with respect to location otherwise facilities are good.
Graduate, Melbourne
Great office in Brisbane. Coffee machines are available to make your own coffee and there are snacks and fruit trays out every morning. The building end of trip facilities are great! The dress code is probably a bit more casual than others but still professional if meeting with clients etc. Casual Fridays happen every week
Early Professional, Brisbane
Excellent location, great perks.
Professional, Perth
The level 21 space is really nice, with some great views. The hub, especially after the improvements in 2021 is really awesome, and I enjoy having lunch down there. The other levels where we work though, aren't as nice. They feel like dungeons almost. But I really enjoy the standup desks, which are really popular. The dress code seems still corporate, but some people still take it casual. I personally don't have a preference
Professional, Sydney
One of the best offices. Great location, amenities like kitchen and showers are one of the best I've seen. Could maybe allow for a smoking balcony.
Graduate, Sydney
The office itself is nice and modern. The location isn't amazing and I would prefer if it were closer to Britomart/ Wynyard Quarter
Graduate, Auckland