Sydney Harbor

Bechtel Lands Management Role on Sydney Metro

04 May 2017

Bechtel has been appointed as the official delivery management partner for the tunnels and stations excavation package on Stage 2 of the Sydney Metro. Bechtel has been appointed as the official delivery management partner for the tunnels and stations excavation package on Stage 2 of the Sydney Metro.
Source: EnvironmentGuru.com

Bechtel welding

Bechtel Opens Welding and Applied Technology Center

20 April 2017

Bechtel has opened a welding and applied technology center focused on innovation and training, representing a critical step in the company's ongoing efforts to continuously improve cost and delivery value for customers.

Source: Construction Equipment 

Women of Crossrail

Tunnel Vision: Vogue Meets the Women of Crossrail

08 March 2017

With 26 miles of new tunnels, 40 stations and an anticipated 200 million passengers each year, Crossrail is set to revolutionise transport in London. In the November 2016 issue of Vogue, Louise Carpenter meets the women who have made it happen.

Source: Vogue

Roshellia Goines with Charlene Wheeless and Menzer Pehlivan at an event to promote Dream Big

Hanford engineer makes film debut

24 February 2017

For 35 years Roshellia Goines has worked as an engineer, most recently for Bechtel National at the Hanford vitrification plant project. Now she’s also a film star, getting a chance to talk a bit about engineering in a film that shows how engineering has shaped and changed the world.

Source: Tri-City Herald

Is this Britain's most successful female engineer?

Is this Britain's most successful female engineer?

23 February 2017

Be inspired by the career of Ailie MacAdam who has led some of the world’s biggest engineering rail projects, including the St Pancras International refurbishment, High Speed One (HS1) and Crossrail.

Source: The Telegraph

women engineers at crossrail project

Female Engineers Building Crossrail

23 February 2017

Some 16 per cent of the Bechtel’s engineers are women – double the UK’s sector average – and on the Crossrail project alone, a third of its engineers are female.

Source: The Telegraph

Crossrail London tunnel boring machine

Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail

10 February 2017

The construction of London’s newest railway, which will be known as the Elizabeth line when services begin in 2018, has given archaeologists a unique chance to explore some of the city’s most historically important sites.

Source: Museum of London