Former U.S. Senator Richard Lugar writes that the strong performance by these original contractors on those first projects, demonstrating that the task could be accomplished, was critical to the program’s survival and ultimate success.
After the fall of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s, independent countries emerged in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, bringing a monumental threat with them: 35,000 nuclear weapons were scattered at sites spanning 11 time zones
Steve Bechtel Jr. mobilized his colleagues and peers across engineering to get into classrooms and share their profession with children.
Bechtel's president for Latin America discusses the importance of developing a sustainable global supply chain and working with suppliers from Latin America.
See how companies are drawing on their resources to set and meet ambitious targets for the good of the planet.
Forbes contributor Christopher P. Skroupa and Tam Nguyen, global head of sustainability at Bechtel, discuss the future of sustainability.
Bechtel engineer, Giana Morini, shares her experience as an engineer over the last 10 years.
Why sustainability and bottom-line profitability are not mutually exclusive.
Listen to Tam Nguyen talk with GreenBiz editor in chief Joel Makower about Bechtel's efforts around green infrastructure in the Philippines, the SDGs and building resilient communities.