Global engineering and construction leader Black & Veatch joined organizations around the world this fall to participate in Ocean Conservancy’s annual International Coastal Cleanup. More than 675 Black & Veatch employee-owners and their families participated in the global water cleanup effort at 31 sites worldwide.
Augustus Global Investment engaged Black & Veatch to conduct a study - found to be technically and economically feasible - on green hydrogen generation for its USD 500 million project in Indonesia’s Aceh province
To contribute to Latin America’s climate commitment and raise awareness among the main economic actors in the mining sector in the region, Black & Veatch has released a new report, “Beyond Renewables: Decarbonizing Latin America’s Mines”.
Black & Veatch Chairman and CEO Mario Azar has been named to United Way of Greater Kansas City’s governing board of trustees. Azar’s appointment furthers the longstanding collaboration with United Way by Black & Veatch, which in recent decades has contributed more than $28 million to the charitable aggregator.
Black & Veatch announced today that its 27-year support of Children’s Mercy Kansas City, including proceeds from its 25th charity golf tournament this week, have eclipsed $5 million. This week’s event resulted in the Black & Veatch Foundation presenting Children’s Mercy with a donation of $180,000 to help in the fight against childhood diseases.
Andrea Bernica, who was Black & Veatch’s lead employment and corporate counsel before serving as Chairman and CEO Mario Azar’s chief of staff, has been named Chief People Officer of the global critical infrastructure solutions leader.
The Water Environment Federation (WEF) has recognized a Black & Veatch-designed project— the Orange County Water District Groundwater Replenishment System (GWRS) Final Expansion — with a Project Excellence Award. WEF's annual Project Excellence Award pays tribute to excellence and innovation in the execution of projects and programs in the water sector.
As megatrends such as decarbonization, electrification and climate adaptation continue to transform the U.S. energy ecosystem, the sector acknowledges the pressing needs to modernize the grid, bolster its resilience and accommodate the acceleration of renewable energy, a new Black & Veatch industry report shows.