Savannah River Remediation project

Savannah River Remediation training next generation of nuclear workers

27 May 2018

The liquid waste contractor at the Savannah River Site, Savannah River Remediation (SRR), is embarking on an enhanced training program to ensure the next generation of nuclear workers is equipped to safely carry on the liquid waste mission. Bechtel National is one of the partners on the SRR team.

Source: Aiken Standard

Bechtel's Linda Miller to do transport lecture series.

Railway supply industry news round-up

25 May 2018

New Jersey-based supplier of rolling stock and braking components Strato Inc has signed an agreement for GBS Railroad & Mining Services to promote and distribute its products for the rail sector in Australia and New Zealand.


Source: Railway Gazette

Bechtel's office is in Sugar Land, Texas.

7 Best Places to Live in Texas

24 May 2018

Finding one of the best places to live in Texas is a big job, which only makes sense when you’re talking about the second most populous state in the U.S. Sugar Land, where Bechtel is located, ranks #6 in best places to live in Texas.

Source: The Street

Aviation sustainable growth

Debate | Sustainable Airports

24 May 2018

When it comes to connecting cities, airports and aviation are a firm part of the mix. Worldwide, passenger numbers are growing and that is true of the UK too. The UK government is exploring ways to support growth while tackling the environmental impacts of expansion.

Source: New Civil Engineer

DOE's budget could fully fund Bechtel's Y-12 project.

Senate Appropriations Panel Would Fund Low-Yield Ballistic Missile in 2019

23 May 2018

The National Nuclear Security Administration would receive not quite $15 billion if a DOE budget bill approved Tuesday by a Senate Appropriations subcommittee becomes law, and the bill would fully fund DOE’s $703 million request for the Uranium Processing Facility that Bechtel National is building at the Y-12 Nuclear Security Complex in Oak Ridge, Tenn. 




Source: Exchange Monitor

Bechtel Chairman & CEO Brendan Bechtel joined the infrastructure roundtable discussion.

The Cost of Inaction: A Conversation on U.S. Infrastructure

17 May 2018

Business Roundtable Chairman Jamie Dimon, NBC's Chuck Todd and leaders in business, government and labor came together for a discussion on the need for infrastructure renewal and the mounting economic consequences of inaction.

The RCA's building on Rockport Harbor was destroyed by hurricane Harvey on Aug. 25, 2017.

Bechtel Partnership Gives RCA New Lease On Life

13 May 2018

Bechtel and the Rockport Center for the Arts (RCA) has launched a community-based project to develop the region's new cultural hub in time for Rockport, Texas students to access ArtSpace, the free summer art camp.

Source: The Rockport Pilot