Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of Black & Veatch Holding Company
Black & Veatch Holding Company is an engineering, consulting, and construction company. Its services include conceptual and preliminary engineering, procurement, engineering and design, management consulting, construction, asset management, environmental consulting, and security design and consulting. The company also provides asset optimization, construction management, consulting and planning, data center, EPC (engineering, procurement, and construction)/design build, mining, nexus of water and energy, program management, and smart integrated infrastructure services. It serves energy, water, telecommunications, federal, and management consulting markets in the United States and internation...
11401 Lamar Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66211
Founded in 1915
Key Executives for Black & Veatch Holding Company
Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Director
Chief Executive Officer of Energy Business, President of Energy Business and Executive Director
Executive Vice President, Executive Director of EPC Projects - Energy and President of Oil & Gas
President of Telecommunications and Executive Director
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Black & Veatch Holding Company Key Developments
Black & Veatch Holding Company Announces Retirement of Dean Oskvig as President and CEO of Energy Business
Aug 13 15
Black & Veatch Holding Company announced the retirement of Dean Oskvig as president and CEO of the company's energy business. Oskvig will continue in his leadership role through the remainder of 2015 while guiding a transition period for Hoe Wai Cheong, President, Oil & Gas; and Ed Walsh, President, Power. Both will report to Steve Edwards, Black & Veatch Chairman & CEO. Based in Singapore, Cheong is currently Executive vice president and Executive Director, EPC Projects for Black & Veatch. He leads Black & Veatch's EPC business for Energy throughout the world. Cheong is responsible for global strategy, business development, and project acquisition and execution.
Keppel Shipyard Selects Black & Veatch's Patented PRICO Technology
Aug 5 15
Black & Veatch Holding Company has announced that Keppel Shipyard Limited has selected Black & Veatch's patented PRICO technology to liquefy natural gas at sea. Engaged by Keppel Shipyard Limited (Keppel Shipyard) for a third time in just over twelve months, Black & Veatch will team with the Singaporean company to convert a Golar LNG carrier, the GANDRIA, into a Golar Floating Liquefaction facility (GoFLNG). The work scope for Keppel Shipyard and Black & Veatch to convert the GANDRIA is similar to that of the two earlier projects. Black & Veatch will provide its successful PRICO liquefaction technology as well as perform detailed engineering and process design, specify and procure topside equipment, and provide commissioning support for the GoFLNG GANDRIA topsides and liquefaction process. Keppel Shipyard will provide the design, detailed engineering and procurement of the marine systems and all of the conversion-related construction services. Similar to the GIMI, full construction activities of the GANDRIA will only commence after receiving a notice to proceed, which is expected in 2016. The Golar GoFLNG GANDRIA is scheduled to be delivered approximately 31 months after receipt of the notice to proceed. Keppel Shipyard's agreement with Golar is worth approximately USD 684 million.
The Power Generation Corporation 1 Selects Black & Veatch for Expansion of Power Plant in Vietnam
May 26 15
The Power Generation Corporation 1 has selected Black & Veatch Holding Company to be a partner in the fast-track expansion of the Duyen Hai 3 power plant in Vietnam. The plant is needed to address the country's 10% annual electricity demand and to bring more reliable power to the region. Working with Sumitomo Corporation, Black & Veatch will serve as the project technical lead on the expansion of the Duyen Hai 3 power plant in Vietnam's Tra Vinh Province. This role includes overall plant engineering liaison and commissioning. The company will also procure certain balance of plant equipment. Sumitomo was selected in November 2014 by Power Generation Corporation 1, a subsidiary of state-utility Vietnam Electricity (EVN). Sumitomo will serve as the prime engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contractor to build the 688 megawatt (MW) supercritical coal-fired plant expansion and other related infrastructure. The plant will be completed by 2018.
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