National Public Radio Reviews Events of Boston Central Artery

National Public Radio Reviews Events of Boston Central Artery

27 December 2007

The impact of the Boston Central Artery/Tunnel project is the subject of National Public Radio’s interview with City Journal’s Nicole Gelinas. Exploring how the project has changed the city’s landscape, she puts into perspective the improvements the project has had on Boston’s infrastructure.

Boston Globe Reviews Events of Boston Cat

Boston Globe Reviews Events of Boston Cat

26 December 2007

The Boston Globe’s 2007 year-end story on the Boston Central Artery/Tunnel reviews the engineering feats and events which led to the completion of the megaproject and the end of the Bechtel/Parsons Brinckerhoff joint venture with the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority.

Tri-City Herald Features Hanford Vit Plant's Work Restart

Tri-City Herald Features Hanford Vit Plant's Work Restart

21 December 2007

The restart of major work at the Hanford Waste Treatment Plant is highlighted in the Tri-City Herald. Bechtel is building the huge plant for the U.S. Department of Energy at Hanford, Washington, site of the nation’s first and most extensive nuclear defense production program. 

ENR Features

ENR Features "I'm Great" Trainees

20 December 2007

Engineering News-Record features the experiences of trainees from the Gulf Coast Workforce Development Initiative (GCWDI) “I’m GREAT” campaign in a second online article this week on GCWDI.

Motiva Breaks Ground for Largest U.S. Refinery

Motiva Breaks Ground for Largest U.S. Refinery

10 December 2007

Motiva Enterprises LLC broke ground for its refinery expansion in Port Arthur, Texas. Motiva awarded a contract to Bechtel/Jacobs joint venture to manage the expansion project as the engineering, procurement, and construction contractor.

Bechtel Awarded Anglo American Los Bronces Project

Bechtel Awarded Anglo American Los Bronces Project

07 December 2007

Bechtel has been awarded an engineering, procurement, and construction contract to execute Anglo American’s Los Bronces Development project. The work on this US$ 1.7 billion project will start immediately.