In support of NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center, a Jacobs team recently sponsored a nationwide competition to identify new space exploration technologies or innovations with game changing and breakthrough potential. Discover how the inaugural winning technology will enhance critical aspects of human spaceflight safety, affordability and more!
Jacobs Wins Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center, Cyber Training Academy Contract
Jacobs was selected by the U.S. GSA Federal Systems Integration and Management Center (FEDSIM) to provide support to the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3) for modernization, design, development and delivery of specialized cyber training for its Cyber Training Academy (CTA) located in Linthicum Heights, Maryland.
Focused Driving: Keeping the Most Important Thing, the Most Important Thing
Changing the radio station. Picking up something you dropped. Tending to passengers in the car. Every distraction, regardless of size or level of importance, compromises road safety. With so many things pulling at our attention, what can be done to stay focused while driving?
Being Healthy Starts at the Office
According to the World Health Organization, most of the world’s population (roughly 58%) spends one-third of their adult life at work. That’s why it’s so important that offices actively contribute to employee’s development and wellbeing. Read how Jacobs’ commitment to the Fitwel program is shifting the paradigm for office design and comfort.
Jacobs Named Principal Design Consultant for DART Cotton Belt Rail Line
The 26-mile project extends between Dallas-Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport and Shiloh Road Station in Plano and will connect to three existing DART light rail lines.
A Cheers to Our New Office Location in Cream City
At one time, Schlitz produced the most beer in America and now, its original location is home to a thriving office park with approximately 800,000-square-feet of building space. Find out what’s brewing for the future of our Milwaukee office in this article. Hint: We’re moving downtown to our very own piece of historic, cream city brick.
Jacobs to Deliver Construction Phase Services for Watercare's Central Interceptor Project
Project will be the largest ever wastewater project undertaken in New Zealand
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Planning Beyond Earth Day
Protecting our environment, our millions of species and their habitats is more important than ever. How will you make your mark on Earth Day and beyond? Here’s how we are…
Jacobs to Acquire KeyW, Capturing Leading Position in Multi Billion Dollar Space-Intelligence Market and the High Growth C5ISR Sector
Combines Jacobs' Track Record of Executing Large Complex Enterprise Contracts with KeyW's Proprietary Technology Solutio
Jacobs Supports the (UK) Environment Agency's National Capital Program
Flood and coastal erosion risk management projects to help protect communities and businesses
DALLAS, April 17, 201
Jacobs Awarded FEMA Disaster Response and Recovery Contract
Jacobs to support FEMA post-disaster response and recovery across 17 U.S.
Supporting BEIS in Quest to Accelerate Energy Efficient Technologies
The U.K. Government is looking for energy reduction technology concepts ready to be demonstrated in U.K. industry. Working closely with the Carbon Trust, Jacobs is helping the U.K. Government in its quest to accelerate sustainable technologies to help reduce energy consumption, cut carbon emissions and strengthen the global competitiveness of industry in the U.K.
Jacobs Shares in Important Water Dialogue at Global Water Summit
The firm is also shortlisted for three Global Water Awards, including Water Company of the Year.
Jacobs earns designation as Best Place to Work for LGBTI+ equality
Jacobs received top honors on the 2019 Corporate Equality Index, the U.S.’s premier benchmarking survey and report on corporate policies and practices related to LGBTI+ workplace equality, administered by the Human Rights Campaign Foundation.
Jacobs Awarded $40 Million Contract from US Army Corps of Engineers
Cyber security and sustainable building principles to modernize Air Force Materiel Command Headquarters, providing optim
Stitching Together a Sustainable, People-Centric Built Environment in Atlanta’s Downtown
Jacobs’ Division Vice President of Buildings and Infrastructure and Director of the Advance Planning Group Monte Wilson shared his vision for reimagining 35 acres of blighted urban space with the Atlanta Business Chronicle. Read more about our plan, alongside Atlanta Downtown Improvement District and Central Atlanta Progress, to create a unified central business district for the City of Atlanta.
Jacobs Biologist and Non-Profit Leading Critical Ecological Resilience Work
“I think in the light of our rapidly changing environment it is clear we must no longer perceive ourselves as apart from nature…It’s our responsibility as global citizens to do all we can to sustain the ecological processes and diversity we all depend upon for life on this little blue planet,” says Jacobs Fisheries Biologist Dr. David Fornander. Read how the organization he serves on the Board of Directors for is providing ecological assistance to at-risk communities around the world, so they can avoid or mitigate, and adapt to, detrimental environmental change.
Future growth and water supply management sparks Arizona town to pursue a water allocation policy
Recognizing a need to preserve Arizona’s most prized natural resource, while planning for future growth and development, the Town of Gilbert takes proactive steps to ensure residents have enough water now and in the future.