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AECOM New Zealand

  • #4 in Engineering consulting
  • 50,000 - 100,000 employees

Office & Workplace at AECOM New Zealand

6.4 rating for Workplace, based on 19 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.
Quite close to the city & commercial area. I like that the office isn't in the central city. Plenty of bike parking and street parking. Need to pay for a spot in the carpark building. Dress code is very relaxed (smart casual).
Graduate, Christchurch
Facilities are pretty good. There is a barista machine at most offices. The dress code is business casual with casual fridays
Graduate, Chrustchurch
Good amount of space and facilities at my office. Dress pants, dress shoes and a collared shirt are minimum requirements
Graduate, Tauranga
Good location, good facilities, business smart dress code mon-thurs, casual Fridays
Graduate, Auckland
Facilities are great, especially for cyclist commuters. Dress code is relaxed unless there are business visitors. Long pants and a collared shirt, then casual Friday where anything goes really.
Graduate, Auckland
Office is very nice. Dress code is good, 4 days of business and one day of casual
Graduate, Auckland
Good space, close to the train station. Facilities are nice and well looked after. Dress code is nice casual (some time a little to casual but it is hard for those coming and going from the office)
Graduate, Auckland
Open plan, light. Professional/ smart attire. good facilities, kitchens and a coffee machine
Graduate, Auckland
Office space is quite nice (level 19 overlooking the harbour). Dress code is business casual although most people are quite happy for you to dress how you like besides when meeting a client.
Graduate, Wellington
Very comfortable offices and great facilities. Dress code is good, I can wear a hoodie during the week (as long as I am not meeting clients) and casual Friday balances things out.
Graduate, Auckland
I like it, the location is a bit out of the way but that's ok. I like the interior design and layout as well as the cleanliness. the dress code is smart casual.
Graduate, Auckland