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Company: AECOM, Los Angeles, CA
Company Description: With more than 90,000 employees in hundreds of offices worldwide, AECOM achieved US$18 billion of revenue during fiscal year 2015. It is ranked #1 in Engineering News Record‘s “Top 500 Design Firms” for 7th consecutive year and is named one of Fortune magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies”. It was founded in 1990.
Nomination Category: Publication Categories
Nomination Sub Category: Best Newsletter or House Organ/Publication - Print

Nomination Title: AECOM's Innovation Quarterly

The date on which this nominated material was first distributed or otherwise made public: All three editions created and distributed through 2016.

Briefly describe this entry’s communications objectives and how it met those objectives (up to 200 words):

While innovation is usually associated with start-ups and tech firms, the global infrastructure consultancy AECOM wanted to show that big companies are also delivering amazing innovative solutions every day. The firm’s showcase is Innovation Quarterly – IQ, a beautifully produced publication with elegant journalism. In 2016, its first three editions have tackled the big issues of innovation and resiliency, innovation and data, and innovation and cities. It is produced in print and digital versions and together with looking great, it has done its job in raising AECOM’s innovation profile and helping win millions of dollars of work.

List the appropriate creative and production credits for this entry: Advertising Agency/City: Client: Art Director: Cinematographer: Creative Director: Designer: Director: Illustrator/City: Music Producer/City: Photographer/City: Printer/City: Producer: Production Company/City: Programmer: Writer: Web Development Firm/City:

IQ was created by AECOM's Innovation and Knowledge Share Team; produced by editorial director Fay Sweet with editorial assistant Hatty Ash. It was designed by Howdy. Online at