Working in close collaboration with our Vendors (Suppliers and Subcontractors), we’re committed to securing sustainable, long-lasting infrastructure that breaks down social, economic and geographic barriers to make life’s critical resources accessible to everyone. In short, Black & Veatch’s global Supply Chain and Subcontracts practices goes well beyond price.
We start with safety, relationships and excellence in customer service. Along the way you’ll form partnerships with trusted advisors who share your goals, including those for environmental stewardship and diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I).
Black & Veatch is leading a highly trained global workforce for the future, one that will transform Supply Chain and Subcontracts through digital technologies and analytics. Let’s work together to deliver the most cost certainty and least risk possible across the life cycle of our projects.
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Review these instructions and then register here to become a new Black & Veatch Vendor (Supplier or Subcontractor).
Our experts help reduce contracting costs and mitigate risks through the following:
Supply Chain and Subcontracts management
Preparation of Request for Proposal (RFP) packages
Evaluation, recommendation, negotiation, and award of contracts
Field Subcontracts management, expediting, contract / invoice administration, diversity management, logistics, and materials inventory management
In addition, our network of inspection professionals monitor and report on fabrication progress in accordance with contract requirements and established Inspection & Test Plans (ITPs).
The goal of our Logistics group is to support and ensure the successful transportation of goods to the jobsite or named location (e.g., warehouse). We combine professional knowledge of inventory management, purchasing, transportation and warehousing. Planning includes activities such as materials handling, route surveys, mode of transportation, heavy lift, packaging, documentation and import/export regulatory compliance.
Materials Inventory Management
The materials inventory management group is responsible for all receiving activities of our lay-down yards and warehouses for program materials and early purchasing scopes of work. These materials are then used for various programs of work, collaborating with projects and installation contractors. Material inventory management becomes involved early in the project life cycle or strategy development. During execution, focus is placed on ensuring proper documentation to plan for efficient delivery of goods to the jobsite or named place. Once received, the goods are stored and/or kitted for eventual release to construction.
Black & Veatch is committed to finding diverse Vendors and business partners. Working with minority-, women- and veteran-owned organizations, as well as other underrepresented enterprises, improves economic development, environmental sustainability, public health and safety, and enhances community services.
Corporate Social Responsibility
We offer solutions that conserve resources through prudent practice, reuse and waste minimization, and we encourage project Vendors to adopt sustainable practices that support client needs. We work diligently to manage facilities and operations to safeguard the environment. We also actively promote health, safety and security in the workplace and evaluate sustainable practices adopted by our Vendors during the qualification process, requiring them to complete and sign a Corporate Social Responsibility form prior to being approved for use.
Procurement Office Locations
- Overland Park, Kansas; Cary, North Carolina; Garner, North Carolina; Ann Arbor, Michigan; Dublin, California; Lake Oswego, Oregon; Centennial, Colorado; Redhill, UK; Beijing, China; Mumbai, India; Pune, India; Bangkok, Thailand; Jakarta, Indonesia.
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Integrated Solutions for Full Infrastructure Lifecycle
We make success easier. Solving today’s sustainable infrastructure challenges demands a broader approach – beyond the “project” – for optimization across the entire lifecycle. From planning and design to construction, operations to betterment and rehabilitation, where today’s project ends, tomorrow’s project begins.