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Bechtel announced a set of ambitious long-term targets to increase the company’s contributions to global sustainability. The goals and targets are part of Bechtel’s ongoing and comprehensive strategy to further integrate sustainability within the company.
Bechtel has been awarded two contracts by Carbon Holdings of Egypt: one to provide project management services for the Tahrir Petrochemicals Complex at Ain Sokhna, Egypt, and one to build two new polypropylene units at an adjacent site.
Bechtel announced the opening of the company’s welding and applied technology center (WATC). The facility, focused on industry welding innovation and training, represents a critical step forward in the company’s ongoing efforts to continuously improve cost and delivery value for customers.
Bechtel announced that Charlene Wheeless, principal vice president for Global Corporate Affairs, has been honored as one of the “25 Influential Black Women in Business” by The Network Journal, New York's leading Black professional and small-business magazine.
Bechtel and nuclear reactor technology pioneer GE Hitachi Nuclear Energy announced that the two companies have formed an alliance to assist Germany and Sweden in the safe decommissioning of their commercial nuclear power plants.
Bechtel announced the formation of a global coalition aimed at improving worker safety and productivity standards for construction and engineering projects as well as for their relevant supply chains.
Lab and collaboration with George Mason University represent Bechtel’s latest effort to address growing infrastructure security challenges.
Employees and affiliated companies donate millions to surrounding communities and those in need.
Company to Support Infrastructure Delivery as Part of Kingdom’s Vision 2030 Plan
Bechtel was honored by the American Chamber of Commerce Abu Dhabi (AmCham Abu Dhabi) with the prestigious “Falcon Award” for “demonstrating an outstanding commitment to sustainable U.S.-U.A.E. business relations.”
Bechtel will start work later this month to transform an abandoned industrial site in Dover, New York into one of the cleanest, most efficient, power-generation facilities in the United States.
Bechtel has launched a major new graduate recruitment program with the Riyadh College of Technology (RCT) in Saudi Arabia. Through the joint initiative, Bechtel will train and subsequently hire 75 RCT students who are pursuing careers in civil engineering, architecture, or survey technology. The first group of students will start the three-month training program in March 2017 which will include work experience at a Bechtel project in Saudi Arabia.
New entity will enhance safety and efficiency at Hanford Site construction project
Bechtel announced that its in-house learning and development academy, Bechtel University, has been awarded two Brandon Hall Awards for technology and innovation. The Brandon Hall Group Excellence Awards represent the most prestigious program of its kind in the learning and talent industry, often referred to as the “Academy Awards” of learning and development by industry executives.
Bechtel announced that its Curtis Island LNG program was recognized as the “Construction Project of the Year” at the Platts Global Energy Awards earlier this month.
CWC Group Honors Dudley for making an “outstanding contribution to the development and future of the LNG industry in the past year.”
The new contract modification affords the clearest path to vitrifying Hanford’s tank waste as soon as possible.
Bechtel congratulated an international team for completing a historic milestone at the site of the Chornobyl nuclear plant: the successful sliding of a massive containment arch that now covers the plant’s damaged reactor.
For the second consecutive year, the Department of Energy has awarded the Bechtel-led Waste Treatment Plant project its highest level of recognition for worker safety achievements: the Voluntary Protection Program “Star of Excellence.”
Barbara Rusinko, president of the Bechtel’s Nuclear, Security & Environmental business, has been honored with a 2016 Global Leadership Award by the Society of Women Engineers (SWE).
For the second time in four years, Bechtel and its joint-venture partner ENKA have won an International Road Federation (IRF) Global Road Achievement Award for the Kosovo motorway project.
Bechtel announced that the company’s Nuclear, Security & Environmental global business unit has achieved key certifications for International Organization for Standardization 14001:2015 for environmental management systems and Occupational Health and Safety Assessment Series 18001:2007 for occupational health and safety management.
Following a six-year global design and construction effort, Bechtel announced it has completed construction of the Curtis Island LNG program with Australia Pacific LNG starting sustained production from Train 2 of its facility. Bechtel has now delivered all six liquefied natural gas (LNG) production trains to three customers on Curtis Island, off the shore of Queensland, just north of the city of Gladstone.