With a capacity of more than 400,000 tons per year, Alma is one of the world's largest aluminum smelters.
The 10-year project to modernize and expand Athens' subway system was one of the most ambitious public works endeavors ever undertaken in Greece
San Francisco’s Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) system set a new standard for commuter rail systems.
Boston's highway modernization was the largest and most complex urban transportation project ever undertaken in the United States.
Bechtel engineering helped restart Browns Ferry Unit 1 in Athens, Alabama, the first nuclear reactor to come into service since 1996.
The "Chunnel," connecting England and France beneath the English Channel, is a one-of-a-kind megaproject.
The massive CSPC Nanhai Petrochemical project is largest Sino-foreign investment in China to date.
At Bechtel’s first-ever project in Iceland, innovative planning helped overcome the challenges of strong winds and long winter nights.
The UK's first high-speed rail line dramatically cut travel time between London and Paris.
Delivered by an integrated Bechtel-government team, the Hong Kong International Airport today is a key transportation hub for Asia.
Hoover Dam represented the greatest challenge of Bechtel’s history in the early 1930s. It is the largest civil engineering project in the history of the United States.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, Bechtel provided temporary housing for nearly 100,000 people who lost their homes in the huge storm.
Working for the U.S. government, Bechtel helped reconstruct and rehabilitate infrastructure in Iraq following the conflict of 2003.
Bechtel teamed with NRG, BrightSource Energy, and Google to build the world's largest solar thermal facility.
Appropriately named La Grande, the James Bay hydroelectric project in Quebec harnessed the power of three river basins.
After building a refinery in northwestern India, Bechtel returned to help expand it.
Following the Gulf War in 1991, Bechtel orchestrated the massive effort to put out the 650 wellhead fires in Kuwait, stop the gushing flow of oil, and help resurrect the oil fields.
The expansion of Los Bronces is one of the largest mining projects in Chile--and one of Bechtel's biggest mining projects yet.
A smelter in Oman features the world’s largest, most technically advanced potline.
The longest suspension bridge built in the United States in 40 years has opened near Seattle, Washington.
A sweeping modernization project has brought high-speed tilting trains to the UK's storied rail line.