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March 4, 2019
Overland Park, Kansas

Urban centers are growing more congested. Digitalization takes deepening root in the American experience. Connected devices number into the billions, stoking the influence of consumers at the epicenter of this new on-demand, data-driven economy. And now to no one’s surprise, they’re pushing their civic leaders for innovations that enhance service delivery and quality of life.

March 1, 2019
Overland Park, Kansas

As part of a coalition exploring a way to transform travel, Black & Veatch embraced the challenge to assess the viability of something seemingly ripped from a sci-fi novel: Zipping people and cargo at hundreds of miles an hour across Missouri – in pods, through a tube. Black & Veatch spent months on that feasibility study – the first examining a “hyperloop” system in the U.S.

February 28, 2019
Redhill Surrey,

Redhill Surrey, (28 February 2019) –  The UK’s tidal stream power resource is estimated to be 15 gigawatts (GW), 25 per cent of the country’s typical peak need. Through projects like the Morlais Demonstration Zone Black & Veatch is helping the tidal energy sector realise this potential.

February 19, 2019
Redhill Surrey

Black & Veatch has teamed-up with EMAGIN to support UK water companies with advanced operational intelligence, allied to hands-on asset management and engineering expertise. The partnership will deliver the unparalleled asset performance water companies need to ensure quality and service are undiminished in the face of falling revenues and intense regulatory scrutiny.

February 12, 2019
Overland Park, Kansas

Stephanie Hasenbos-Case, a proven leader in helping human resources organizations drive professional growth and revenue goals, has been named President and Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) for Black & Veatch. As a key member of the executive leadership team, Hasenbos-Case will be responsible for leading all elements of HR, talent and organizational capability for the company.

January 29, 2019
Overland Park, Kansas

Faced with the rapid evolution of generation, transmission and distribution technology, utilities are poised to undergo their most visible transformation in more than a century. By actively pursuing grid modernization efforts now — deploying smart devices, predictive analytics and active network management strategies — they can overcome the pitfalls of aging infrastructure assets and meet rising customer demand for clean energy, reliability and a lowered carbon footprint.