While it will maintain a large workforce in California, engineering giant and Fortune 500 company AECOM will call Dallas its headquarters. 

According to the Dallas Morning News, AECOM chief executive officer Troy Rudd and other corporate leaders will join the company’s more than 1,200 employees in Texas:

AECOM said its 2,500 employees in California will continue to work out of its downtown Los Angeles location and other offices throughout the state. It had a global workforce of 54,000 at the end of fiscal 2020, with 22,000 in the U.S.

“AECOM has had a longstanding presence in both California and Texas with our professionals delivering transformational projects that uplift communities and improve quality of life,” the company said. “While the North Texas region today provides AECOM additional benefits as a corporate hub and talent magnet for the engineering and consulting industry, both markets remain core to the company’s growth strategy.”

AECOM joins a growing list of major California-based companies that relocated their corporate base to Dallas-Fort Worth. Toyota North AmericaMcKessonCharles SchwabJacobsCBRE and Core-Mark all made the move in recent years, according to the article.