Bechtel, a global engineering, procurement, and construction leader, has received the No. 1 ranking on the Top 400 List of American contractors for the 21st consecutive year, according to Engineering News-Record (ENR), the industry’s leading publication. The rankings are based on 2018 construction revenues.
“I want to thank our customers for enabling us to earn this recognition once again. We are honored by their trust in us as an EPC partner to help them achieve their objectives,” said company Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Brendan Bechtel. “It is also a testament to our Bechtel colleagues across the world who collaborate with our customers and communities to design and build projects that help make the world better, safer, and more sustainable.”
In addition, Bechtel earned top ranking in Power and Transportation industry sectors.
In 2018, Bechtel strengthened its reputation as a trusted engineering, procurement and construction partner to industries and governments worldwide by helping them deliver their most critical projects and make important progress on their own sustainability goals. Among the highlights:
- Partnered with Cheniere to deliver the new liquified natural gas capacity on the U.S. Gulf Coast (Sabine Pass LNG in Louisiana and Corpus Christi LNG in Texas) several months ahead of schedule and ahead of competing projects in the region;
- Partnered with Chevron to achieve operational status at Wheatstone LNG, one of the largest resource projects in Australia;
- Partnered with the government of Oman to complete and open the world-class Muscat International Airport;
- Partnered with Rio Tinto to deliver the first cargo of bauxite at the Amrun Project in Australia;
- Partnered with Panda Power Fund to complete the Hummel Station Power Plant, a combined-cycle facility in Pennsylvania that will supply more than twice the power of the coal plant it replaces and reduce key emissions by 90 percent;
- And partnered with Georgia Power to deliver major installations at the Vogtle Plant in Georgia, the only nuclear power facility under construction in the U.S.