engineering innovation

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Putting soap and water right at hand

Innovation helps Engineers Without Borders USA project in Uganda deliver public handwashing stations.

October 14, 2020 3 min read By: LeeAnne Lang, Bechtel Group Foundation operations manager
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Innovation as a Value, Not an Assignment

July 18, 2019 By: David Wilson, Chief Innovation Officer
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Electric Vehicles and the Need for Public Charging Infrastructure

June 10, 2019 3 min read By: Kelley Brown , Global Communications Sector Lead, Bechtel Infrastructure and Power Corp (BIPC)
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Cheniere Energy Sabine Pass LNG Case Study

This paper sheds light on the economics, technology/design features, execution facets, and operational flexibility of Sabine Pass LNG project, as well as provides some detailed on the startup and commissioning aspects of the first two trains.

June 04, 2019 By: Pradeep Pillai, LNG Technology Group Manager
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Why is it So Hard to Innovate?

You may be doing things accidentally that naturally discourage innovators. Good news is you can still do something about it.

January 10, 2019 7 min read By: David Wilson, Chief Innovation Officer
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Driving Innovation in an Organization and Shaping the E&C Industry

Innovation is accelerating rapidly within the engineering and construction industry. Turning discussions about innovation into reality at an adaptive speed is becoming the differentiator within the industry. Learn more in our latest article.

December 19, 2018 3 min read By: Guest Author
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Controlling Flooding with Permeable Concrete

Bechtel examines the opportunity of utilizing permeable concrete and other associated materials to help control flooding in developed cities.

July 11, 2018 By: Emily Spicher, Communications Specialist