At Black & Veatch, we strive to protect the earth’s natural resources while delivering resilient, compliant and sustainable infrastructure.
To the communities our work impacts, our solutions provide the peace of mind that comes with safe and clean air, soil and water. People see it when they walk through newly reclaimed public spaces, like the freshwater wetlands beside a defunct fiber plant in Northeast Delaware. They taste it when they pour a glass of tap water from the Calaveras Reservoir or from the groundwater near the Collierville, Tennessee, Superfund site.
Our environmental specialists and partner agencies develop feasible and cost-effective solutions to the challenges of building in fragile and sensitive locations.
Fully Integrated Solutions
Meeting and exceeding existing and future environmental standards and requirements is critical for utility as well as commercial and industrial infrastructure financing, planning delivery and operations. From prioritizing capital investments and improving operational returns, through to building resilient or distributed infrastructure across multiple jurisdictions, Black & Veatch provides fully integrated environmental solutions to all the industries we serve across the entire lifecycle of assets.
Our projects support the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Defense, and other clients with environment-based or energy efficiency initiatives. Our depth of expertise and experience has earned Black & Veatch a reputation for successfully delivering the full spectrum of environmental services.
From hazardous site remediation to flood plain control to environmental impact assessments and strategies, our multi-system and cross-sector solutions help clients preserve the quality and strengthen the resilience of their water supplies.
Black & Veatch’s complete suite of environmental services reduce project risk for Power clients worldwide. To the communities our clients serve, our solutions provide the peace of mind that comes with safe and clean air, soil and water.
In response to environmental factors that could impact operations, mining companies can turn to alternative means of supplies, such as seawater or brackish desalination, water recycling or water reuse.