Building a better future
Helping a cambodian community
Jay Rockwell, a field engineer at Bechtel’s Australia Pacific LNG project, swapped Curtis Island in Queensland for rural Cambodia, after he was selected to participate in the Engineers Without Borders (EWB) Australia Humanitarian Design Summit.
Building robots, bettering lives
At Bechtel, we see the potential for engineering in everything—even Legos! That's why we team up with FIRST® all over the world to inspire future engineers everywhere. Read their story
Inspiring next-generation engineers
Bechtel sponsors the UK-Ireland FIRST® LEGO League national tournament each year, and our volunteers participate in mentoring, organization, and judging for the competition. We're so passionate about robotics and STEM education.
Delivering clean water
The village of Mikomago, Uganda is one of many communities that face this challenge. See how Bechtel and Engineers Without Borders are making a difference.
Connecting women in engineering and technology
Five Bechtel women engineers supported DiscoverE’s Global Marathon For, By and About Women in Engineering & Technology in March 2016.
Creating a brighter future
The citizens of Sirohi have power and a means to promote prosperity. Volunteers from Bechtel, together with Engineers Without Borders-India, Skilled Samaritan Foundation, and other partners, helped make it happen.
Ramping up Stewardship efforts in Malaysia
Bechtel Wheatstone mod-yard team made waves in Lumut, Malaysia, when they raised funds and built a hydrotherapy pool at a local center for the physically disabled.