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December 21, 2018
Overland Park, Kansas

Black & Veatch, a global leader in floating liquefied natural gas (FLNG) solutions, has received a limited notice to proceed on work to jointly outfit a Golar LNG owned LNG carrier, Gimi, with its patented PRICO® liquefaction technology. Black & Veatch is teaming with Keppel Shipyard Limited to convert the Gimi into an FLNG vessel supporting the development of Phase 1 of the Greater Tortue / Ahmeyim field, located offshore Mauritania and Senegal.

December 12, 2018
Overland Park, Kansas

Black & Veatch today announced that Barbie Bigelow has been selected as Chief Information Officer (CIO) for the Company. Bigelow will lead digital strategy and the Information Technology (IT) services team which provides the advanced tools and technologies required to execute increasingly complex global infrastructure projects. She will be based in Overland Park, Kansas.

December 4, 2018
Redhill, Surrey, United Kingdom

With climate change placing increasing numbers of communities at risk of flooding, it is vital flood alleviation projects engage fully with the people they protect and create a legacy that provides multiple benefits for the community. In achieving a UK Landscape Institute Award for its work in Burton-upon-Trent, Staffordshire, Black & Veatch has set out a strong framework for future projects to deliver robust infrastructure investment cases that deliver wider environmental and social value.

December 3, 2018
Newton, Illinois

With thousands of miles of high-voltage lines, Ameren Corp. wanted a better and safer way to monitor its assets spread over rural territories beyond manual or helicopter inspections. The St. Louis-based energy company worked with Black & Veatch and Collins Aerospace to identify a solution: Beyond Visual Line of Sight (BVLOS) drone flights. The team now has proven they can inspect more miles of transmission lines faster and safer than ever envisioned.

November 28, 2018
Overland Park, Kansas

As tech shorthand for fifth-generation cellular wireless, 5G is on the horizon and promises unprecedented speeds and capabilities that could transform the way we live, work and play. But 5G also presents considerable complexities in technology deployment and how stakeholders should get ready to benefit from 5G digitalization.

 

Black & Veatch cuts through that clutter.

November 15, 2018
Overland Park, Kansas

Intelligent devices and super-fast networks have turned electricity customers from isolated spectators to engaged players in a culture of energy transformation. With clicks on a smartphone or a finger-swipe on a tablet, the lights come on, the heat turns up, and our lives are put on a kind of energy cruise control. Sounds simple, right?