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AECOM is one of the largest global providers of design, engineering, construction, and management services. The firm serves a broad spectrum of end markets including infrastructure, water, transportation, and energy. Based in Los Angeles, Aecom has a presence in over 150 countries and employs 51,000... AECOM is one of the largest global providers of design, engineering, construction, and management services. The firm serves a broad spectrum of end markets including infrastructure, water, transportation, and energy. Based in Los Angeles, Aecom has a presence in over 150 countries and employs 51,000. The company generated $13.3 billion in sales and $701 million in adjusted operating income in fiscal 2021. Show more

Engineering Services
Engineering Services
Wilmington, Delaware, USA
AECOM is listed in the Engineering Services sector of the New York Stock Exchange with ticker ACM. The last closing price for AECOM was $89.16. Over the last year, AECOM shares have traded in a share price range of $ 74.40 to $ 98.72.

AECOM currently has 136,127,400 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of AECOM is $12.14 billion. AECOM has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of 221.72.

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AECOM (NYSE:ACM), the world’s trusted infrastructure consulting firm, today announced it will serve as Lead Designer for the Washington State Department of Transportation’s (WSDOT) SR 520 Portage...

AECOM appointed to Southern Water’s Professional Services Framework

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AECOM to serve as technical advisor for the restoration of Ukraine’s hydropower infrastructure

The Company has formalized a partnership with Ukrhydroenergo to support of the restoration and reconstruction of Ukraine’s hydropower assets, systems, and capabilities AECOM (NYSE: ACM), the...

AECOM-led joint venture selected to provide facility support services for the U.S. Navy’s Pacific Region

AECOM (NYSE: ACM), the world’s trusted infrastructure consulting firm, today announced that an AECOM-led joint venture with Akima Support Operations has been selected by the Naval Facilities...

AECOM declares quarterly dividend

AECOM (NYSE: ACM), the world’s trusted infrastructure consulting firm, today announced that its Board of Directors has declared a quarterly cash dividend of $0.22 per share as part of its ongoing...

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Bob2016 Bob2016 3 years ago
AECOM is a low risk company. They focus on program management. Compared to the work my division preformed in AECOM, we were high risk. We were sold and are now a growing private company. AECOM, was controlled by hedgefunds for a period of time. As with all hedgefunds and investors they only wanted to cut risk and get the share price to $60 and higher. Their stock isn't moving as much these days. So I think they have sold off all of the high risk divisions. I don't know if there is much left to drive this up or down. If you buy good luck hope they do something to get this moving again. You can find all of the above in PRs and fillings. Good luck.
fourdint fourdint 3 years ago
So, sounds like you're saying don't buy "sham" so a little surprised by your bottom line "don't sell" is it a buy or a sell?
Bob2016 Bob2016 4 years ago
This company is a shame. All they do is oversee projects. If a project goes south they blame everyone else. If it is successful they take the credit. They want no risk and only take reward. They bought my company and took away our livelihood and then dumped us because we couldn't make no risk money. There were many many benefits to working or being part of AECOM, I just don't see what the value is. When we were taken over by AECOM we thought it would be a great thing. Soon from a business standpoint it became a bad thing. We lost most of our clients due to risk issues. UNITED E&C, inc lives on. United Enginers & Construction. Don't sell AECOM I am still invested.
Muntey Muntey 5 years ago
Why isn't anyone posting on this board?
Bob2016 Bob2016 5 years ago

PX14A6G 1 px14a6g09488001_02122019.htm
Washington, D.C. 20549
Submitted Pursuant to Rule 14a-6(g)
(Amendment No. ____)
1. Name of the Registrant:

2. Name of Persons Relying on Exemption:

Engine Capital, L.P.
Engine Jet Capital, L.P.
Engine Airflow Capital, L.P.
Engine Capital Management, LP
Engine Capital Management GP, LLC
Engine Investments, LLC
Engine Investments II, LLC
Arnaud Ajdler

3. Address of Persons Relying on the Exemption:

1345 Avenue of the Americas, 33rd Floor
New York, New York 10105
4. Written Material. The following written materials are attached:

Press release, dated February 12, 2019.

(Written material follows on next page)

Troubled by Abysmal Compensation Practices Resulting in Significant Transfer of Value from Shareholders to Management Despite Poor Performance
Announces intention to Vote “Withhold” against ALL Incumbent Directors at 2019 Annual Meeting
Believes Board must form Value Enhancing Committee consisting of New Independent Directors to Evaluate Alternatives to Maximize Shareholder Value
NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 2019 /PRNewswire/-- Engine Capital LP (together with its affiliates, “Engine”), a shareholder of AECOM (the “Company”) (NYSE:ACM), today issued an open letter to the Company’s shareholders regarding Engine’s serious concerns with the Company’s compensation practices and announcing its intention to vote “Withhold” against all incumbent directors at the Company’s upcoming annual meeting scheduled to be held on March 6, 2019. The full text of the letter follows:
February 12, 2019
Dear Fellow Shareholders:
Engine Capital LP (together with its affiliates, “Engine” or “we”) is a shareholder of AECOM (the “Company”). We invested in AECOM because of the strength of its franchise, its leadership position in many of the markets it serves, our belief that the Company is deeply undervalued, and the fact that there are opportunities readily within the control of the Board of Directors (the “Board”) to significantly increase shareholder value. We wanted to share with you, our fellow shareholders, Engine’s decision to vote “Withhold” against the members of the Board standing for election at the upcoming annual meeting on March 6, 2019, particularly with respect to Compensation/Organization Committee (“Compensation Committee”) members James H. Fordyce, Linda Griego, Dr. Robert J. Routs and Clarence T. Schmitz. Given the severity of our concerns, we felt it was necessary to share our views with shareholders in advance of the upcoming annual meeting.
By way of background, Engine is a value-oriented investment firm launched in July 2013. Since its launch, Engine has negotiated board representation or settlements at 15 public companies and added 25 highly-qualified directors to these companies. Engine and its principals have significant experience investing in and engaging with engineering and construction (E&C) companies including: (1) gaining board representation at Hill International, Inc., a Philadelphia-based project management firm, and MYR Group Inc., a Chicago-based specialty contractor serving the electrical infrastructure market; (2) being an active shareholder of Michael Baker Corporation, a Pittsburg-based engineering firm, until its sale to DC Capital Partners; and (3) being part of the team that took Primoris Services Corporation, a specialty construction and infrastructure company, public.

We have followed AECOM and the industry for a number of years. As part of our due diligence, we have had an opportunity to discuss AECOM and its prospects with competitors, customers and former employees. We also had numerous calls with management, including a recent conference call with Chairman and CEO Mike Burke. These discussions have led us to the conclusion that AECOM is a high quality asset that is under-earning and is currently significantly undervalued. Despite the Company generating significant free cash flow and being a market leader, AECOM’s stock has been a long-term underperformer. We believe this poor performance is directly attributable to poor operational execution, poor capital allocation, poor governance and poor compensation practices. For example, since Mr. Burke became CEO of the Company on March 6, 2014, the stock is down over 9% compared to a 44% increase for the S&P 500. The table below exemplifies the Company’s significant underperformance over various periods.
Total Shareholder Return
1 Year 3 Year Since Mr. Burke Became CEO 5 Year 10 Year
AECOM -16.5% 18.2% -9.2% 0.0% 8.0%
S&P 500 4.9% 46.1% 44.3% 50.7% 224.8%
Relative performance to S&P 500 -21.4% -27.9% -53.5% -50.7% -216.8%
Note: Calculated as of February 8, 2019.
Despite this underperformance, management has been handsomely rewarded. In particular, Mr. Burke has earned cumulatively $79.6 million since 2014. While the Company’s proxy statement is replete with “pay for performance” lingo and buzzwords, the reality is far different, as highlighted below.
We are not the only one concerned by the compensation culture at the Company. Leading independent proxy advisory firm Institutional Shareholders Services (“ISS”) recommended that shareholders vote against the Company’s say-on-pay proposal at the 2017 and 2018 annual meetings and also assigned AECOM a Compensation QualityScore of “9” in connection with issuing such recommendations, indicating significant governance risk given that “10” is the worst possible score. Shareholders have similarly voiced their displeasure with the Company’s compensation practices, with the say-on-pay proposal receiving only 52.7% of votes cast in 2017 and 48.4% of the votes cast in 2018.
Somehow, despite the clear disapproval from shareholders and proxy advisory firms alike, it seems to be business as usual in terms of executive compensation at AECOM. In 2018, notwithstanding the Company’s poor operating performance that led to decreased profitability and an 11% decline in total shareholder returns (“TSR”), management was still handsomely rewarded. Based on the Company’s proxy statement, Mr. Burke had his bonus “trimmed” to a robust $2,475,000 and received over $15.6 million in total compensation from the Company in fiscal 2018. Troublingly, in fiscal 2018, the Company’s five named executive officers cumulatively received bonuses of $5,375,000 versus a cumulative target of $5,109,600. In other words, despite the poor operating and stock performance in 2018, the Compensation Committee felt it was appropriate for management to earn more than the established target. Even more alarming, the cumulative compensation received by the Company’s five named executive officers was approximately $28.5 million in fiscal 2018. Rarely have we seen such a transfer of wealth from shareholders to management for such poor performance. Clearly the status quo is completely unacceptable.

Detailing all of our concerns with the Company’s compensation practices would be impractical for the purposes of this letter, but we do wish to highlight the following:
• In 2017, as a result of feedback from shareholders, the Board introduced a relative three-year TSR metric for the equity awards granted starting in 2017. In 2018, equity awards also included TSR as one of the metrics; yet, in 2019, the metric was suddenly abandoned and not included in the Company’s proxy statement. We are extremely concerned and disappointed that the Board and the Compensation Committee removed this TSR metric, especially considering it was included based on shareholders’ feedback. We believe it is important that one of the metrics be tied to the Company’s long-term stock performance, particularly in light of the Company’s significant stock underperformance. Based on the Company’s disclosure, there seems to be a complete disconnect between management compensation and the Company’s stock price, which we find unacceptable.
• Targets for short-term bonuses are not properly set and are too easy to reach (and exceed), leading to excessive payouts. In particular, one of the metrics for the bonus is based on operating cash flow. As can be seen in the table below, the target and max goals were not ambitious and were far too easy to attain, allowing management to earn 200% payouts five years in a row. In our experience, compensation committees tend to learn, adjust and raise the bar to properly incentivize management. Historically, this hasn’t been the case at AECOM, but now, five years later and after receiving consistent negative feedback from shareholders, the Compensation Committee is finally raising the bar in 2019 and increasing the free cash flow target by increasing the conversion rate from 90% to 100% of adjusted earnings per share. Nonetheless, we believe this is still completely inadequate as this higher target would still have resulted in very high payouts in prior years, indicating management will continue to receive very high payout for this metric moving forward.
Threshold Target Max. Actual Earned
Amount Amount Amount Amount Percentage
2018 Operating Cash Flow per Share 2.8 3.05-3.17 3.27 4.77 200%
2017 Operating Cash Flow 477 519.4-540.6 556.5 758.2 200%
2016 Operating Cash Flow per Share 3.38 3.70-3.80 3.94 5.22 200%
2015 Operating Cash Flow per Share NA 3.83-3.90 NA 5.05 200%
2014 Operating Cash Flow per Share NA 2.50-2.57 NA 4.01 200%
Note: Figures in ($). 2017 in ($) millions.
• Too much weight (30%) is being given to qualitative key performance indicators (KPIs) as one of the metrics for the short-term bonuses. For example, one of Mr. Burke’s achievements per the Company’s latest proxy statement was “Increased brand recognition as shown by being referenced in the media at a rate twice that of our closest competitor, 4th consecutive year on Fortune’s Most Admired Companies list.” Beside the fact that it is not clear how this achievement is accurately measured, we don’t believe such an achievement necessarily translates into shareholder value creation. Generally, we believe these vague KPIs give too much leeway for the Compensation Committee to reward management in the face of poor performance. We note that Mr. Burke earned 100% of the target for his KPI metrics in 2018.

As a consequence of these poorly designed plans, we note that Mr. Burke’s annual cash bonus as a percentage of target has averaged well above 100% during his tenure as CEO despite the stock being down over 9% over the same timeframe. We also note that Mr. Burke received a $5 million bonus in 2015 for completing the URS acquisition, an acquisition that has not returned the value promised to shareholders. Unfortunately, the excesses don’t stop with executive compensation and a culture of overspending seems to have permeated throughout the organization. For example, the Company maintains a comprehensive security program that includes ground and air executive protection and the Board requires that the CEO use private air travel for purposes of “security, rapid availability and communications connectivity.” According to ISS, this perquisite was provided to only 8% of companies in the Russell 3000 index in 2017 and the value of the perquisite received at AECOM significantly exceeds the index median. We also believe that director compensation is exceedingly high at the Company, with non-employee directors receiving on average approximately $300,000 each in fiscal 2018 and Compensation Committee Chairman Mr. Fordyce taking home over $340,000.
Furthermore, we believe that corporate governance practices in general are poor at the Company. Specifically, we are concerned with Mr. Burke’s dual position as Chairman and CEO of the Company, which we believe is a factor in the Board’s ineffective oversight of the Company. Separating the roles of Chairman and CEO is broadly considered a corporate governance best practice as it promotes oversight of risk, curbs conflicts of interests and more effectively manages the relationship between the Board and management. Conversely, combining the Chairman and CEO roles is largely considered by governance experts and commentators to be a governance flaw because of the undue concentration of control and the inherent conflicts (which we believe may help explain the exorbitant compensation of the Company’s management team). We are also concerned with the background and experience of the independent Board members. We note that there is no relevant construction, engineering or design experience, and very little government services experience on the Board, which again makes it difficult for the Board to provide effective oversight.
In addition, while the Company touts the adoption of a majority voting standard for uncontested elections as a recent corporate governance action expanding shareholder rights, we note, however, that the majority voting standard does not become effective until the 2020 Annual Meeting. What could be the rationale for the delay other than serving to entrench the incumbents?
We believe that the Company’s poor governance and compensation practices are indicative of a broken culture and an overall lack of accountability and urgency at AECOM. Unfortunately, it is not surprising that share performance and operational performance have both been lackluster, at best, given this lack of accountability and complete misalignment of incentives between management and shareholders. These serious concerns cast a significant doubt on the value creation potential associated with the 2022 financial targets. It is time for the Board to start acting with a greater sense of urgency. We believe the Company needs to immediately form a “Value Enhancing Committee” to start exploring ways to maximize value of the Company with the help of a nationally recognized investment bank. We believe this committee must include new direct shareholder representatives who are capable of fully and fairly evaluating the best path forward for the Company, including a possible sale (in its entirety or in parts) or break-up of AECOM.

We stand ready to meet with the Board and management team to discuss the changes that we believe are necessary to improve the Company for the benefit of all shareholders. While it is our desire to work constructively with the Board to address the matters discussed herein, we must make abundantly clear our dissatisfaction with the status quo, which is why we intend to vote “Withhold” against the incumbent directors standing for re-election. We intend to monitor developments at the Company closely and will not hesitate to take any actions that we believe are necessary to protect the best interests of shareholders.
Very truly yours,

Arnaud Ajdler Brad Favreau
Managing Partner Managing Director

About Engine Capital
Engine Capital is a value-oriented special situations fund that invests both actively and passively in companies undergoing change.
Investor contact:
Engine Capital, L.P.
Arnaud Ajdler
(212) 321-0048

Written materials are submitted voluntarily pursuant to Rule 14a-6(g)(1) promulgated under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934. This is not a solicitation of authority to vote your proxy. Engine Capital LP (“Engine Capital”) is not asking for your proxy card and will not accept proxy cards if sent. The cost of this filing is being borne entirely by Engine Capital.
PLEASE NOTE: Engine Capital is not asking for your proxy card and cannot accept your proxy card. Please DO NOT send us your proxy card.

BugStocks_com BugStocks_com 6 years ago
AECOM Mentioned in new Infrastructure Article:
TrendSeeker TrendSeeker 7 years ago
Hyperloop has successful test at speeds of 740 mph, way to go! Way to go AECOM!!
TravO TravO 7 years ago
Why so quiet on this board?
ValueInvestor15 ValueInvestor15 8 years ago
Standpoint Research raised target for ACM to $48. Analysis supports stocks target increase

Fair Value Analysis
ValueInvestor15 ValueInvestor15 8 years ago
Argus upgraded Aecom. Agree... also valuation models show nice upside

stocktraderMNT stocktraderMNT 8 years ago
$ACM Day Trading Idea for November 15
jones99 jones99 8 years ago
ACM had a nice run-up and it looks today's price action confirmed the breakout $32.4 beware of false breakouts
Fibanotch Fibanotch 9 years ago
eddy2 eddy2 9 years ago
This is taking on huge debt and has a pool of credit to pull from. This will double in a years time with ease.

leverage is your friend.
Fibanotch Fibanotch 10 years ago
this thing keeps bumping its head @ 35 , now we need some volume to bust upward!!!
detearing detearing 10 years ago
ACM news huge yesterday....nice pop and more to come...
MiamiGent MiamiGent 12 years ago
ACM AECOM announces $300-million share-repurchase program
BY Business Wire 4:01 PM ET 08/23/2012

LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- AECOM Technology Corporation (ACM
ACM AECOM TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION 19.17 Change +0.08 (+0.42%) AS OF 4:02 PM ET 08/24/12.) , a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced today that its Board of Directors has authorized the repurchase of up to $300 million of its common stock.

“This repurchase authorization reflects our confidence in AECOM’s long-term outlook and the focus of our capital-allocation strategy on driving sustainable returns as we continue to make progress in areas such as balanced growth, profitability and liquidity,” said John M. Dionisio, AECOM (ACM) chairman and chief executive officer.

AECOM (ACM) completed its first share-repurchase program, worth $200 million, during the third quarter of its fiscal year 2012.

Any repurchases under the current program will be made at the company’s discretion in the open market or in privately negotiated transactions in compliance with applicable securities laws and other legal requirements and will depend on a variety of factors, including market conditions, share price, the terms of the company's credit facilities and other factors.


AECOM (ACM) is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, environmental, energy, water and government. With approximately 45,000 employees around the world, AECOM (ACM) is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. AECOM (ACM) provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering solutions that create, enhance and sustain the world's built, natural, and social environments. A Fortune 500 company, AECOM (ACM) serves clients in more than 130 countries and had revenue of $8.3 billion during the 12 months ended June 30, 2012. More information on AECOM (ACM) and its services can be found at

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humblehawk humblehawk 14 years ago
Would like to see this start going up soon


humblehawk humblehawk 14 years ago
CHA$E CHA$E 15 years ago
I want to see 30's today ;)
GuruTrader GuruTrader 15 years ago
AECOM acquires Ellerbe Becket
Firm expands AECOM’s presence in global design market

Press Release
Source: AECOM Technology Corporation
On 7:00 am EDT, Monday October 26, 2009
Buzz up! 0 Print.Companies:AECOM Technology Corporation
LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE: ACM - News), a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for government and commercial clients around the world, announced today that it has acquired Ellerbe Becket, a 100-year-old architecture, interiors and engineering firm.

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{"s" : "acm","k" : "c10,l10,p20,t10","o" : "","j" : ""} Ellerbe Becket has seven offices in the United States and Middle East, with 450 employees providing services to clients in the corporate, government, health care, higher education, professional sports and real estate development markets.

“Some of the world’s best design companies have become part of AECOM during our history,” said John M. Dionisio, AECOM president and chief executive officer. “Ellerbe Becket’s decision to join us in order to expand the services available to its clients and the professional development opportunities offered to its employees further establishes AECOM’s position as a preeminent global design consultancy. Ellerbe Becket is a prominent firm with a similar commitment to excellence in practice and strong client relationships. Its project portfolio and geographic presence complement AECOM’s existing architectural and building engineering practices. We were particularly attracted to the firm’s expertise in the rapidly expanding global health care and sports markets. We view this as the perfect opportunity to scale our growth as a leading provider of design services, and we welcome Ellerbe Becket to our global team.”

“The union between Ellerbe Becket and AECOM unites two market leaders and brings even greater resources, a broader range of services and global reach to clients and the market,” said Rick Lincicome, Ellerbe Becket’s chief executive officer. “We explored this move to better serve the demands of our clients and to adapt to the evolving marketplace. Ellerbe Becket is now an important part of an organization that has a global architectural presence and is one of the world’s top design firms. This is a tremendous opportunity for our clients and our staff around the world.”


AECOM (NYSE: ACM - News) is a global provider of professional technical and management support services to a broad range of markets, including transportation, facilities, environmental and energy. With 44,000 employees around the world, AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. AECOM provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation, and technical excellence in delivering solutions that enhance and sustain the world's built, natural, and social environments. A Fortune 500 company, AECOM serves clients in more than 100 countries and had revenue of $6.1 billion during the 12-month period ended June 30, 2009. More information on AECOM and its services can be found at

About Ellerbe Becket

Founded in 1909, Ellerbe Becket is internationally recognized as a leader in the architecture, engineering and interior design industries. Through its global reach and broad expertise, Ellerbe Becket has designed nearly every major building type in all 50 United States and in 20 countries. Practice areas include health care, sports, education, government and corporate. Ellerbe Becket employs more than 450 people worldwide and has operations in Dallas, Texas; Doha, Qatar; Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Kansas City, Missouri; Minneapolis, Minnesota; San Francisco, California; and Washington, D.C. For more information, visit

Forward-Looking Statements: All statements in this press release other than statements of historical fact are "forward-looking statements" for purposes of federal and state securities laws, including any statements of plans for future operations or expected revenue. Actual results could differ materially from those projected or assumed in any of our forward-looking statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from our forward-looking statements are set forth in our quarterly report on Form 10-Q for the fiscal quarter ended June 30, 2009, and our other reports filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. AECOM does not intend, and undertakes no obligation, to update any forward-looking statement.

NR 09-1004

AECOM Technology CorporationPaul Gennaro, 212-973-3167 212-973-3167SVP & Chief Communications
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
Signing off as Mod here...good luck to all
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
14.64 IPO low....Customer funding environment no doubt
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
ACM approaching IPO lows. State, city and Federal Govt customers are broke. Watch for worsening cash flow. This one could really tank in the environment

max2205 max2205 16 years ago
Ass whippin today -15% 24
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
30.90...CEO keeps selling shares...fine example!
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
ACM I am a seller below 30 here...could get legs
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
32.74 here we go!!
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
ACM breakout in progress
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
more insider sales Tuesday. Look at all this vol hope it didn't top out here
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
Breakout at 28 and now 30 32 close. Looking strong
3 insider sales today $4mm worth
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
frenchee frenchee 16 years ago
30.08 seems to be a key level with AECOM being overbought...
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
Knocking on $30 again
frenchee frenchee 16 years ago
The longer term trend is down so I'm giving the bears the benefit of the doubt.

max2205 max2205 16 years ago
downtrend and uptrend established on the chart. Which way will it go?
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
These guy's are not that organized and have bit off more than they can chew for now. Gonna take some time after all these love feasts manifest the true realities once the Q3 reports come out. I suspect balance sheet would be something to keep an eye on here. There are a lot of self absorbed egos at the top at ACM.

ALL my opinion. Besides most of their clients can't pay on time.

Just be careful
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
Thx. Interesting
metrolane metrolane 16 years ago
They just bought Boyle Engineering today.
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
ACM buys Earthtech for 600 mill. Maybe one of their last big acquisitions for a while. They spent their IPO $ plus some. Need to see EPS. Results come in as a result

IMO. Many duplicate costs need to be eliminated to get an EPS KICK

just trading the chart till then
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
nice run to 29!!!
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
ACM has broken out. Hope it holds. Looks great
thirdflat thirdflat 16 years ago
chart looking good - thank goodness for the turnaround!
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
Correction over? PPS breaks out of the channel today
max2205 max2205 16 years ago
Cramer has ACM has a don't buy because of City and State funding problems
max2205 max2205 17 years ago
Wire 1/4 shows insider sales... FYI OCT - DEC is the weakest quarter typically for ACM
max2205 max2205 17 years ago
yipes... Held support though
max2205 max2205 17 years ago
dang... Breaks channel and sells off. Uncalled for
frenchee frenchee 17 years ago
Thanks and back at you and all the readers of this board!

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