Bechtel and the Northern Virginia Professional Chapter of Engineers without Borders-USA help a disadvantaged community in South Dakota get access to water.
Next up in our 2 part series,Inside the Secret Cities of World War II are Hanford and Los Alamos, and Bechtel’s role in moving them forward.
Bechtel-sponsored museum exhibit looks at massive Manhattan Project effort, 75 years later.
Fixing environmental and health hazards in Ethiopia showed Bechtel the challenges of, and community opportunities to make life better for local residents.
Water sustainability for India’s oil refinery promotes agriculture and conserves energy.
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.
For Bechtel, building a more sustainable future means having a relentless commitment to innovation.
CI's Marielle Canter Wienkel recommends what companies can do to address fresh water risk.
Dr. Troeng shares the importance of water consumption planning and ways to use existing water.