By Cindy Wallis-Lage Water is both a resource and a challenge. As an optimist — a trait I think I share with many water leaders — I see opportunities and potential solutions when I look at challenges facing the water industry. Leaders in any field tend to have specialRead More
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A project to increase water system resilience for San Diego County residents has won the prestigious 2017 Outstanding Civil Engineering Achievement Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). Black & Veatch delivered construction project management and design service on two of the four key facilities of the EmergencyRead More
Dr. Andrew Shaw, a Black & Veatch water and wastewater expert, is relocating to the firm’s Houston Regional Office and will focus on leading efforts in nutrient removal, sustainability and wastewater reuse. Shaw, a global practice and technology leader and associate vice president, will help meet project needs for BlackRead More
How to Have Your Cake and Eat It, Too Energy Savings Performance Contracting Delivers Maximum Flexibility Along with Upgrades By Pete Thomson & Mike Hanna People who judge sports, video gaming and baking competitions often consider “degree of difficulty” in evaluating performance. That consideration should also apply to today’s utilityRead More
Missouri American Water and Black & Veatch are working on a new water treatment plant near Parkville, Mo., that will increase needed supplies while improving water quality. The new plant is designed to meet ongoing population growth in the Parkville region, near the Kansas City metro area. Plant construction beganRead More
Black & Veatch has hired or relocated an additional six engineers for its water and wastewater business at the company’s Houston Regional Office to support project growth in Texas and globally. The company’s continued expansion in Houston builds on its office presence in the city for more than 20 years.Read More