Bechtel | Engineering the Next 100 Years

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Bechtel | Engineering the Next 100 Years

Bechtel delivers sustainability across its projects using a full-spectrum approach that involves its core engineering, procurement and construction functions, and strategic services.

Learn more about how this approach helps:

2030 goals and targets

Read about Bechtel’s long-term goals and targets to address global sustainability issues. These  include contributing 100 ideas to help achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and increasing resilience against natural hazards for millions worldwide.

Click here to read Bechtel’s 2016 Sustainability Report

Click here to read Build100 Blog – dedicated to addressing critical sustainability challenges

Content from this campaign

U.S. EXIM Bank: A Champion for Jobs
Brendan Bechtel, chairman and CEO of Bechtel, joined American business leaders in championing a fully functioning Export-Import Bank of the United States (EXIM) to support maintenance and creation of U.S. jobs. After speaking at the ...
Jun 4, 2018 3:30 PM ET
Part 2: Inside World War II’s Secret Cities
Part 2 of a 2-part series Last time, we introduced you to three cities created at the height of World War II. We began our journey through the cities’ past and present, much like the National...
May 15, 2018 9:15 AM ET
Inside World War II’s Secret Cities: Part 1
Part 1 of a 2-part series. Every year, some 20 million visitors flock to Washington, D.C. and for most, the grand monuments and memorials, along with the wide variety of museums and galleries top the list of attractions. Indeed, many of the museum buildings themselves are worth seeing up close. But along with the monuments and the must-see attractions touted in the city...
May 11, 2018 8:45 AM ET
Secret Cities, 75 Years Later: Bechtel Highlights Future of Los Alamos, Hanford, Oak Ridge
A museum exhibit profiling a largely untold aspect of a turning point of the 20th century opened today in the U.S. capital, sponsored in part by Bechtel, a global leader in engineering, procurement, and construction. The new exhibit, called Secret Cities: The Architecture and Planning of the Manhattan Project, examines...
May 8, 2018 8:35 AM ET
UPF Diverts 97 Percent of Waste from Landfills
In less than five years, the Uranium Processing Facility (UPF) Project has recycled or reused nearly 194 million pounds of materials and diverted more than 97 percent of the project’s total waste from landfills. “Our recycling and reuse effort is...
May 1, 2018 8:15 AM ET

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