Black & Veatch Corporation operates as an engineering, consulting, and construction company. The company offers services in the areas of asset management/optimization, construction, construction management, consulting and planning, conceptual and preliminary engineering, environmental consulting, design build, management consulting, mining, water and energy, procurement, program management, security design and consulting, and infrastructure projects. It serves oil and gas, power delivery, power generation, federal, management consulting, telecommunication, and water markets in the United States and internationally. The company was founded in 1915 and is based in Overland Park, Kansas with of...
11401 Lamar Avenue
Overland Park, KS 66211
Founded in 1915
Black & Veatch Names Mike Orth as Executive Vice President
Nov 23 15
Black & Veatch has named Mike Orth as executive vice president. He most recently oversaw the team that led the design and implementation of the Thornton Composite Reservoir. He is currently a Director, and serving on AWWA's Board.
NiQuan Energy Selects Black & Veatch
Oct 15 15
Black & Veatch announced it has been selected by NiQuan Energy to assess the cost, scope and schedule for completion of its Petrotrin gas to liquids (GTL) facility in Pointe-à-Pierre, Trinidad and Tobago. The GTL process converts natural gas to longer-chain hydrocarbons that can be used for transportation or other liquid fuels. GTL is a leading refining process for the production of low-emission fuels.
Black & Veatch Wins Contract to Provide Services for 220MW Solar Power Plant in Myanmar
Oct 14 15
Green Earth Power (Thailand) has awarded a contract to Black & Veatch to provide design and consultancy services for the proposed 220MW solar power plant to be built in Myanmar. Construction work on the solar facility is due to start in the first quarter of 2016 in Minbu, Magway region of the country. In addition to boosting local communities and industry, the solar farm is designed to contribute to the government's goal to have 30,000MW power generation capacity by 2030, up from present 2,500MW capacity.