According to the McKinsey Global Institute, the world needs to invest around $3.3 trillion dollars in infrastructure through 2030 to meet economic growth forecasts. A skilled construction workforce is essential to meeting this demand.
Expatriate workers rights and safety on the Alba Potline 6 Aluminum project are ensured with NGO help.
Technological innovations from drones to 4D modeling are improving Bechtel’s construction operations.
The Edmonton Light Rail Transit system creates jobs for local citizens, saves energy and recycles construction waste. Read Bechtel’s blog to learn more.
See how companies are drawing on their resources to set and meet ambitious targets for the good of the planet.
With global population expected to swell to an estimated 9 billion by 2050, the intelligent use of limited resources in production and consumption has become a subject of socio-political, environmental, and economic discussion.
For Bechtel, building a more sustainable future means having a relentless commitment to innovation.
Experts from Conservation International share insights on what businesses and governments need to forge a successful partnership to deliver fresh water.
Enhanced collaboration between civil society, government, and business in the planning, design and implementation of core and social infrastructures should grow economies; build resiliency; and help to solve societal problems.