Nuclear Weapons Maker to Receive Extra $420,600 to Help Repair Oakland Bridge
In addition to managing US nuclear labs, AECOM does billions in business building overseas military bases and maintaining Air Force drones.
October 8, 2018 at 10:08AM
The Oakland City Council is considering increasing an existing contract by $420,600 for a total of $1.25 million to repair the 23rd Avenue Bridge, but the modified contract is with AECOM, an engineering company that has been involved in designing and manufacturing nuclear weapons components, and in the past, helped manage a desert test site where nuclear weapons experiments were conducted. Oakland has an anti-nuclear ordinance that usually bars companies involved in designing and building nukes from doing business with the city.