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Bechtel, in partnership with NASA, has positioned the Mobile Launcher 2 at its operational height of 25 feet, marking a milestone in the design, construction and commissioning process of the new launcher. With the base now at its designated height, Bechtel said Friday the next step will involve installing critical electrical equipment and piping to prepare […] More

Bechtel has poured molten test glass into the first stainless steel storage container designed to hold vitrified radioactive and chemical waste at a nuclear waste treatment facility at the Hanford site in Washington. The stainless steel container is 7.5 feet tall and 4 feet wide and contains initial pours of clean test glass from the Bechtel-designed Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant, marking a significant milestone for the cleanup project, the company said Monday.

Bechtel unveiled plans to establish an engineering services office in Knoxville, Tennessee, to boost support for its mission-based projects. The company said Tuesday it is hiring from the local community for its Engineering Execution Center, which is scheduled to open on Oct. 2. Bechtel currently has operations in Oak Ridge, Tennesee, and has been contributing […] More
Bechtel has begun the construction of the second mobile launcher platform for the Space Launch System at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral, Florida. The company said Wednesday it has bolted together the first steel components for the base structure of the Mobile Launcher 2, which will support the launch of the SLS Block […] More
Bechtel has concluded the safe destruction of the last munition in the U.S. chemical weapons stockpile at the Blue Grass Chemical Agent-Destruction Pilot Plant in Kentucky. The Bechtel Parsons Blue Grass team enabled the U.S. to fulfill its commitment to the Chemical Weapons Convention treaty after destroying about 523 U.S. tons of chemical agent configured […] More
Bechtel inaugurated a new office in Chandler, Arizona, that will support its manufacturing and technology global business unit. The company said it officially opened the facility on Tuesday, and will use the space for its workforce in the engineering, procurement, project controls, and construction management departments. Bechtel is headquartered in Reston, Virginia, and has operations […] More
Bechtel has completed the safe destruction of mustard agent-filled munitions at the U.S. Army Pueblo Chemical Depot in Colorado. The Bechtel Pueblo Team destroyed over 780,000 projectiles and mortar rounds under three campaigns involving three various sizes of chemical weapons and reported the milestone to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the company […] More
Bechtel executive Brian Hartman will serve as project director for its Waste Treatment and Immobilization Plant project in support of the Department of Energy. Hartman, who currently serves as Bechtel’s senior vice president and corporate engineering and technology manager, assumes the post from the late Valerie McCain, Bechtel said Thursday.  In his new role, Hartman […] More
A Bechtel subsidiary has received authorization from the Department of Energy to begin managing and operating the country’s only underground disposal facility for defense-related transuranic nuclear waste. Tularosa Basin Range Services, doing business as Salado Isolation Mining Contractors, won a potential 10-year, $3 billion contract in July 2022 to operate DOE’s Waste Isolation Pilot Plant […] More
Image by Alberto Masnovo from Shutterstock Over the years, Bechtel Corporation has been contracting with several government agencies to build infrastructure, transportation systems, energy facilities, and other engineering projects. To know more about the projects of a leading engineering company, here are the top Bechtel government contracts available in 2023. Bechtel-Led Entity to Operate DOE’s […] More
Intel has chosen Bechtel to build semiconductor factories in New Albany, Ohio, as part of the chipmaker’s $20 billion expansion plan in the state. The deal covers design and build services for 2.5 million square feet of production and clean room space, which is the first phase of the Intel Ohio project, Bechtel said. The […] More
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