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June 18, 2019
REDHILL, England

Against a challenging backdrop of increased water scarcity and service resilience, water companies in England and Wales have been tasked with achieving on average a 15 percent reduction in leakage by 2025. The result is the most ambitious leakage programme in 20 years. Success will require leading-edge, digitally-enabled network management of the kind pioneered by a new partnership between Black & Veatch and Inflowmatix.

June 17, 2019
OVERLAND PARK, Kansas

In response to rapidly growing demand for Black & Veatch Management Consulting services, the company today announced the addition of two industry leaders to bolster the company's strategic leadership team. Vice President and Operations Director Brenda Greig and Managing Director Richard Campbell each bring extensive backgrounds in industry consulting, technology and enterprise project management that will make an immediate impact on Black & Veatch Management Consulting's market expansion and growth efforts.

June 3, 2019
Overland Park, Kansas

Smarter infrastructure, with data at its core, will play a crucial role in overcoming varied threats to our water supply, finds the 2019 Strategic Directions: Water Report. From precise reads of consumption rates and customer engagement to improved leak detection and climate change planning, a new culture of data science can extend our supply to drive sustainability and resilience.

April 23, 2019
Mumbai, India

Successful smart infrastructure projects require a blend of leading-edge technologies and the deep institutional knowledge of established critical infrastructure design and construction experts. As infrastructure experts staying ahead of the digital technology curve Black & Veatch recently hosted world-class tech vendors - including IBM and Capgemini - at its Vendor Expo 2019.

April 9, 2019
Overland Park, Kansas

For Black & Veatch safety managers at job sites, keeping tabs on whether employees and contractors had the proper training, certification and licenses for the work required thumbing through inches-thick binders of the crew’s credentials. While helping ensure compliance with safety requirements, little about the logs were quick or efficient, considering that hundreds of people could be on a job site.