In the aftermath of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, it is time to re-think our approach to disaster response and recovery. Since 1980, average annual disaster costs have doubled every decade.
Bechtel and the Northern Virginia Professional Chapter of Engineers without Borders-USA help a disadvantaged community in South Dakota get access to water.
The Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) Project has recycled or reused nearly 194 million pounds of materials in the last five years.
A list of important international sustainability standards and guidelines for the engineering and construction industry.
Making coal-fired power plants cleaner and affordable as part of the transition to a low-carbon energy future.
How we deliver projects for our customers matters just as much as what we deliver.
The Pueblo chemical agent destruction pilot plant was built with community input. It began operations in 2016 to safely destroy chemical agents.
See how companies are drawing on their resources to set and meet ambitious targets for the good of the planet.
For Bechtel, building a more sustainable future means having a relentless commitment to innovation.