Read more about how Bechtel employees celebrated Hispanic Heritage Month.
Learn why CEO Brendan Bechtel's biggest takeaway from 2020 has been a profound appreciation of an organization’s culture in determining success in a crisis.
Bechtel and bp partnered during the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) WE20 virtual conference to provide attendees with tips and best practices to manage their digital profiles. On November 5, Bechtel Social Media Manager Christen McCluney joined bp recruiter Stacy Zeller to present a breakout session titled "Brand you – in a virtual world" to conference attendees.
Raquel Tamez, CEO for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), joined Brendan Bechtel to discuss the challenges and opportunities that will shape the next generation of leaders in engineering. The conversation took place at SHPE’s convention.
Women are critical to the sustainable development efforts in the region, but their unique contributions to conflict prevention and local commerce are often unrecognized or unsupported.
Bechtel’s [email protected] Global Chair shares some reasons why International Women’s Day and #BalanceforBetter not only makes good business sense, it transforms lives.
Read here to learn how Bechtel embraces the diversity in gender, race, nationality, culture, ethnicity, thinking styles, life experiences, and all other attributes that make us unique.
Take a short and long term approach to gender equality in STEM
Barbara Rusinko, president of Bechtel’s Nuclear, Security & Environmental global business unit, elected to National Academy of Engineering.