Black & Veatch provided engineering, procurement and construction services, including permitting, for the new Cassava Substation, enabling AEP to prepare for future growth by providing greater capacity and higher voltage to support area oilfields.
Near the shore of Lake Erie, in Oregon, Ohio, an 869-megawatt (MW) combined cycle power plant, known as the Oregon Clean Energy Center, is now providing critical baseload power to the PJM regional transmission organization and delivering value to virtually all stakeholders.
As all-electric cars increase in popularity, a critical issue for drivers is having sufficient charging resources to stay on the road during longer trips, not to mention paying for the power. Volta Charging aims to help alleviate range anxiety by rapidly scaling its portfolio of free public electric car charging stations.
In 1985, the Hastings Groundwater Contaminated Site was placed on the National Priorities List. Because of Black & Veatch’s trusted performance with U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 7, the agency requested that Black & Veatch assist in the remediation of various contaminants of concern.
Among the many projects Black & Veatch delivered to the U.S. Missile Defense Agency, our role in the design of a reconstitutable deckhouse, which houses the Aegis Weapon System and other electrical and mechanical components, provided a unique and unmatched solution for the Missile Defense Agency’s most stringent requirements.
There are five small cities in Rockwall County, with the population spread out over a largely rural area about 30 miles east of Dallas, Texas. The county's aging first-responder radio system urgently needed to be replaced. As part of the consulting engagement, Black & Veatch developed system alternatives to help the county and participating cities better understand potential system replacement alternatives.
Canadian utility group Fortis Inc. owns a number of gas and electric utilities across North America. Two of these utilities faced ratemaking challenges that were impacting the level of rates paid by certain customers and the utilities’ future financial health.
Black & Veatch designed and built the world’s largest nutrient recovery facility at the Stickney WRP. The plant is providing an environmentally progressive solution to support the larger goal of reducing Gulf hypoxia.
The combined cycle project involves adding heat recovery steam generators (HRSGs) on each combustion turbine to capture the waste heat and convert it to steam, which powers a new steam turbine generator and adds to the features of the plant.