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Bleutech Park
Bleutech Park Las Vegas

Bleutech Park is a first-of-its-kind planned mixed-use development, that will feature workforce housing, offices, retail space, a state-of-the-art entertainment tower, a luxury hotel and luxury residences, all built upon a technologically integrated site that aspires to be 100-percent grid independent.

Build the Fourth Utility
The “new normal” has become a common phrase during the current COVID-19 pandemic. As individuals are forced to move their lives online, the pandemic accelerates the trends that are already driving the digital economy. As Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella recently observed, “We’ve seen two years’ worth of digital transformation in two months.” 
Promoting a city’s water sustainability and resilience
Paso Robles Wastewater Treatment Plant

Paso Robles always discharged its treated effluent into California’s Salinas River. That is until changing influent and prolonged drought conditions spurred improvements at the city’s wastewater treatment plant. The plant now reclaims previously wasted resources, showcasing a sustainable and cost-effective approach to water quality and water supply resilience.

Is better, integrated planning the global water industry’s emerging challenge?
As we face a new decade, hampered by the maelstrom and uncertainty of COVID-19, and inspired by a renewed drive to create a more sustainable world and circular economy, will integrated water planning emerge as the most pressing issue facing the global water industry? In a recent webinar poll attended by almost 500 water leaders from every continent of the world, integrated planning emerged as the top issue facing us today.
Navegando la descarbonización en la minería
Reflejando la evolución de la Revolución Industrial, el viaje de exploración científica de los temas del cambio climático comenzó a principios del siglo XIX. Cien años más tarde, en la década de 1930, Thomas Edison expresó su preocupación por el cambio climático y destacó la necesidad de la energía renovable. Otro siglo después, la necesidad de tomar medidas para hacer frente al cambio climático mundial es tan apremiante como siempre.
If Decarbonization is the Moon Shot, How Do We Build the Rocket Ship?

In the early 1960s, life was pretty simple, continuing much the same as it had for decades. There were shiny new automobiles and new music, airplanes flew nonstop across the oceans, and new buildings became taller and more impressive. But few people had yet dreamed of space travel.

The Electric Vehicle-Utility Industry Nexus: Charging Forward

Black & Veatch Management Consulting is proud to sponsor this upcoming EUCI event. EUCI is pleased to offer this virtual conference on its online interactive platform. Enjoy a valuable learning experience with a smaller impact on your time and budget.

Commercial and Industrial Solar Expansion in Southeast Asia
Commercial and industrial rooftop solar PV projects are expanding rapidly in Southeast Asia. Trillions of dollars of new assets are expected to be deployed in the next decade, driven by attractive cost savings, access to third-party financing and growing focus on sustainability. This session shares how Black & Veatch is leveraging the ENACT SYSTEMS digital platform to rapidly assess commercial and industrial project opportunities.
Navigating Decarbonization in Mining
Mirroring the evolution of the Industrial Revolution, the journey of scientific exploration of climate change issues began in the early 19th century. A hundred years later, in the 1930s, Thomas Edison voiced concerns about climate change and highlighted the need for renewable energy. Another century later, the need for action to address global climate change is as pressing as ever.

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