SOURCE: Street-Wire.Com

November 29, 2012 08:30 ET

Analyst Review on Jacobs Engineering Group and AECOM Technology - Engineering Firms Look to Build on Strong 2012

CHICAGO, IL--(Marketwire - Nov 29, 2012) - Today's Free Analyst Review -- Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. (NYSE: JEC) and AECOM Technology Corporation (NYSE: ACM). Engineering firms continue to be one of the most consistent performers of 2012. Impressive revenues, stable dividends and strong backlogs suggest that this run could easily carry into 2013. Higher commodity costs, stiff competition and volatile currency market pose as obstacles but do not appear sufficient to derail the industry's momentum. posted free reports on Jacobs Engineering Group and AECOM Technology, which are available at has brought together some of the best financial and technical minds from around the biggest economies globally so that you can have an array of free stock research. As the global economy continues to experience colossal strain, our researchers give you insight of how big players in different key sectors of the American exchanges are faring. Sign up now at

Jacobs Engineering Group demonstrates the above trends. At the end of the fourth quarter, its backlog was at $15.9 billion marking an 11.3% improvement over the prior year quarter. It also recently inked new deals with a subset of the U.S. Navy as well as an Estonian energy outfit. The two contracts are also reflective of its ability to thrive in the public and private sectors as well as the domestic and international spheres. Jacobs Engineering Group financial analysis available for free at 

Similarly, AECOM Technology is on its way to complete a strong 2012. In its fourth quarter report released earlier this month, it announced a 3% increase to its backlog, which helped mitigate a minor drop to year-over-year revenues. Our financial analysis on AECOM Technology can be accessed at 

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