6 ideas for a better New York Subway

6 ideas for a better New York Subway

16 March 2018

The Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA) wants to know if anyone, anywhere, can figure out how to fix New York City’s beleaguered subway. With the hopes of solving problems such as persistent overcrowding, train delays, and crumbling physical infrastructure, the MTA launched a Genius Transit Challenge in June. Offering as much as *$1 million for the best idea, nearly 500 groups hailing from 23 different countries sent in submissions.

MTA Genius Transit Challenge winners announced

MTA Genius Transit Challenge winners announced

12 March 2018

The New York Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) on March 9 announced eight winners of the MTA Genius Transit Challenge, including two that "plan to immediately reinvest their cash awards from the competition and contribute seed money to advance their ideas in conjunction with the MTA."

AIChE honors Jack Futcher

AIChE honors Jack Futcher

06 December 2017

Bechtel's president and chief operating officer receives award for helping inspire the next generation of engineers.

Source: American Society of Chemical Engineers

Bechtel Wins Award for Innovative Information Security Program

Bechtel Wins Award for Innovative Information Security Program

10 October 2017

Bechtel has been recognized by CSO, a premier security media brand providing insight into business risk leadership, as a CSO50 honoree for its innovative implementation of the Information Classification and Security program across the enterprise.

Bechtel Recognized for Innovative Use of Information Technology

Bechtel Recognized for Innovative Use of Information Technology

17 August 2017

Bechtel has been recognized by CIO, an executive-level tech media brand, as a 2017 CIO100 Honoree for its innovative use of big data and advanced analytics to transform the way engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) industry addresses efficiency and productivity challenges.

	 Going Green: Livermore Lab Honored For Reducing Paper Use

Going Green: Livermore Lab Honored For Reducing Paper Use

16 July 2017

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency recognized five federal agencies for "going green" at their Bay Area facilities, including Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory for cutting paper usage in half.
Source: Pleasanton Weekly