Bechtel's second major LNG project on the West Coast of Africa is taking shape in Angola.
The project includes a new coal mine and a coal handling and preparation plant in Australia.
Bechtel is helping the U.S. government eliminate unused chemical weapons at defense sites in Colorado and Kentucky.
An ambitious new commuter railway will feature a 21-kilometer tunnel under London.
The engineering, procurement and construction of the three LNG plants on Curtis Island represents the greatest concentration of Bechtel projects anywhere in the world.
A new 23-mile extension of the Metrorail line will create a seamless connection between Washington, D.C., and Dulles International Airport.
A national infrastructure and master plan.
Bechtel is helping Gatwick to achieve its ambition of being London’s "airport of choice."
Qatar hopes its new airport will be a gateway to the world.
At a former nuclear production facility in Washington state, Bechtel is building a huge plant to treat hazardous waste.
Bechtel is teaming with Solar Partners (a partnership of BrightSource Energy, NRG, and Google companies) to build the world's largest solar thermal facility.
Jubail, Saudi Arabia, is the biggest civil engineering project in modern times—and it's getting bigger.
A major new port and industrial zone for the United Arab Emirates,
Bechtel is currently modernizing the 57-year-old Kitimat aluminum smelter in British Columbia.
Port Waratah is the largest coal loading operation in the world--and it's getting bigger.
Bechtel used fast-track construction techniques to provide a completed motorway a year ahead of schedule and within budget.
On an atoll in the Pacific Ocean, a Bechtel joint venture is supporting a missile test range crucial to U.S. defense.
A Bechtel-led consortium is designing and building a new terminal at Muscat International Airport in Oman.
The first oil refinery in Texas is on its way to becoming the largest in the United States.
A new coal-fired power plant in Illinois will feature advanced emission controls.
Project will anchor the Ras Al Khair (formerly Ras Az Zawr) Minerals Industrial City, which someday will be one of Saudi Arabia’s showcase cities.
Bechtel teams manage and operate two of the premier security and research institutions in the United States.
Bechtel is completing construction of a nuclear power plant that was placed on hold nearly 20 years ago.