To build a skilled workforce, Gabon implemented the National Infrastructure Master Plan, which has become the prototype for project management organizations delivering infrastructure in other countries.
Reducing GHG or CO2 emissions takes a concerted effort, and the engineering and construction industry plays an important role to support a low carbon future through innovation, enhanced practices, and the future of work.
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.
Built by Bechtel, Panda’s clean energy combined cycle power plant uses emissions control technology to power over 778K homes in VA/DC.
The Edmonton Light Rail Transit system creates jobs for local citizens, saves energy and recycles construction waste. Read Bechtel’s blog to learn more.
Learn how infrastructure can become a driver of development and stability with targeted investments in smart projects and capacity building that produce measurable results. This paves the way for sustainable economic growth in developing countries.