Bechtel Project Recognized by Power Engineering

Bechtel Project Recognized by Power Engineering

21 January 2010

The W. H. Sammis Air Quality Control Project, for which Bechtel provided engineering, procurement, construction, and startup services, received honorable mention in the 2010 Power Engineering Projects of the Year awards.  The plant was recognized in the best coal-fired project category.

We Power and Bechtel Power Corporation Announce Settlement of Claims

We Power and Bechtel Power Corporation Announce Settlement of Claims

21 December 2009

We Power LLC, a subsidiary of Wisconsin Energy Corporation (WEC) that builds and owns electric generating units, and Bechtel Power Corporation today announced an agreement that settles all pending claims between them regarding the new coal-fueled units that have been under construction in Oak Creek, Wis.

Ivanpah Project Labor Agreement Announces

Ivanpah Project Labor Agreement Announces

17 December 2009

Bechtel Construction Company and two labor organizations today announced an agreement for the construction of BrightSource Energy’s  Ivanpah Solar Electricity Generating System, a 440-megawatt solar power facility in southeastern California. 

Bechtel and Calera Announce Alliance

Bechtel and Calera Announce Alliance

10 December 2009

Calera Corporation and Bechtel Power Corporation today announced a strategic alliance to develop and construct facilities using carbon capture technology to reduce emissions and fight global warming.

Livermore's NIF in Newsweek

Livermore's NIF in Newsweek

07 December 2009

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory's National Ignition Facility (NIF), the world's highest-energy laser system and its largest optical instrument, was recently featured in Newsweek. Read the story.

Idaho Project Completes Recovery Act Goals Ahead of Schedule

Idaho Project Completes Recovery Act Goals Ahead of Schedule

05 November 2009

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced that the Advanced Mixed Waste Treatment Project in Idaho has completed its first American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) goals to accelerate the removal of radioactive waste.