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The Roads to Justice: Building New Bridges

The new era of planning infrastructure projects includes a goal of rectifying past wrongs and increasing inclusion in decisions
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Other firms also are focusing on equity, even including it in specific job titles. Gabi Brazzil, for example, is a WSP project manager focusing on equity in project delivery. “The philosophy for me and WSP is thinking more about what we do than just a job title,” she says. “In terms of the industry, I think there is better organization around equity.” The emphasis is on intentional inclusion of stakeholders who historically have been left out of the conversation, Brazzil says, adding that in the past three years, “clients have been specifically calling out equity in requests for proposals.

2021 Engineering News-Record Rankings Reinforce Black & Veatch's Status as Global Infrastructure Solutions Leader

Expanded ‘Top Design Firms’ list affirms company’s leadership, expertise in power, water, telecommunications and government sectors
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OVERLAND PARK, Kans., July 6, 2021 /3BL Media/ - The 2021 Engineering News-Record’s (ENR) Sourcebook’s rankings underscore Black & Veatch’s continued leadership in the rapidly evolving energy, water, telecommunications and government services sectors.

Seven AECOM young professionals honored in the “New Faces of Engineering” and “Top 20 Under 40” competitions in the United States

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Los Angeles, CA, February 17, 2014 /3BL Media/ — AECOM Technology Corporation, a leading provider of professional technical and management support services for public and private clients in more than 150 countries around the world, announced today that seven AECOM employees have been honored in two young professional programs — the 2014 “New Faces of Engineering” competition by the U.S. National Engineers Week Foundation, which honors accomplishments achieved before individuals reach the age of 30 years old; and the “2014 Top 20 Under 40” U.S.

Balfour Beatty Construction Jumps to Fourth Largest in Green Construction

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(3BL Media) Dallas, TX - September 18, 2012 - Balfour Beatty Construction is now ranked as one of the top five green contractors in the United States with more than $2 billion in revenue from sustainable construction projects in 2011. That is $1 billion more than the company reported in 2010.

“We saw the biggest increase in revenue in the education, healthcare and telecommunications markets,” said Tracy Browne, Balfour Beatty Construction’s Vice President of Sustainability.

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