Becca Schmidt, who directs engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) proposals in the renewable energy business of Black & Veatch, has been named an emerging leader by RMEL, an energy trade association that provides education and networking services to the electric utility industry.
Black & Veatch proudly announces mechanical engineer technician Brittany Kallenberger has been accepted to the Society of American Military Engineers’ (SAME) inaugural national leader development program (LDP) for innovative problem solvers.
The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Black & Veatch announced today the launch of a new joint venture, Twinify Technologies LLC, to provide digital twin solutions serving clients in asset intensive industries.
Underscoring its leadership in helping clients achieve advanced decarbonization, sustainability and resilience solutions, Black & Veatch announces that the Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) latest “Top 500 Design Firms” Sourcebook ranks it among the world’s leaders in power, telecommunications and water.
Black & Veatch announced today that it has named Laszlo von Lazar as President of its Energy & Process Industries (E&PI) business, following the move earlier this month of Mario Azar to Chairman and CEO elect. In a related move, Dale Claudel, an industry veteran, has been selected by the company to lead its Energy Utilities segment within E&PI.
Cindy Wallis-Lage, Executive Director of global engineering leader Black & Veatch, has been accepted into the Forbes Business Council, the foremost growth and networking organization for successful business owners and leaders worldwide.
Black & Veatch announces that it has been selected by Mitsubishi Power Americas and Magnum Development, co-developers of what will be the world’s largest industrial green hydrogen production and storage facility, to provide engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) services for that Advanced Clean Energy Storage project in Delta, Utah.
The Black & Veatch Board of Directors today announces it has selected Mario Azar as the chairman and CEO for the company upon the decision of Steve Edwards to retire after 44 years of outstanding leadership, service and dedication. Azar, currently serving as president, Energy & Process Industries, becomes only the eighth senior leader in the founder, managing partner or chair role in Black & Veatch’s 107-year history.
Exemplifying resilience, sustainability and collaboration, a massive, $320-million project aided by Black & Veatch to bolster Atlanta’s strained water supply has won top honors as the Engineering News-Record’s water and wastewater global and Southeast project of the year. Black & Veatch served as owner’s engineer and supplied resident engineering, structural guidance and tunneling, mechanical, electrical and plumbing expertise.
Unprecedented amounts of renewable energy are being integrated onto the grid, but with intermittency a major barrier to large-scale decarbonization, the world needs cost-effective long-duration energy storage.
U.S. electric utilities are under growing pressure to reduce reliance on fossil fuels and integrate cleaner, more sustainable energy sources in a bid to meet aggressive net-zero energy targets, reaffirms the 2022 Megatrends in Powerreport from Black & Veatch and Clarion Energy.
With traditional project management approaches stressed by COVID-19, changing workforce dynamics and the increasing use of remote meetings, Avatour and Black & Veatch announce a strategic partnership that leverages digital collaboration to break down traditional meeting barriers, reduce risk and improve project execution.
Black & Veatch announces that Craig Lichty, vice president and client director for the company’s Governments and Environment market sector, has been named president of the WateReuse Association (WateReuse), the nation’s leading trade association dedicated to advancing the legislation, policies and funding of water reuse and recycled water.
With its abundant natural gas supply, Canada’s British Columbia is seeing increased investment in liquified natural gas (LNG) infrastructure as the world accelerates low- and zero-carbon energy resources.
Black & Veatch announced today that it has been selected by Silicon Ranch Corporation to build a sprawling, 125-megawatt (MWAC) solar array in Lee County in southwestern Georgia. Once construction is completed later this year, the DeSoto I Solar Farm will be among the biggest solar installations in the Southeast.
Clear and ambitious decarbonization roadmaps will help Asia achieve an equitable energy transition, yet more than 50 percent of industry respondents in Black & Veatch’s 2022 Asia Electric Report lack such plans.
Underscoring its commitment to environmental solutions to its global clients at a time of accelerating decarbonization, Black & Veatch announces its Top 20 ranking in the Environmental Business Journal’s (EBJ) latest listing of top U.S. environmental consulting and engineering firms.