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 to provide support to the Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center.
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?
Taking the High Road Toward Better Infrastructure
The Natural Resources Defense Council recently released its new High Road Infrastructure Handbook, guidance for moving important infrastructure projects forward to realize lasting community benefits. Jacobs Financial Services Practice lead and Handbook co-author Mike Matichich dives into the new report and its 10-step implementation process in this article.
US Army Corps of Engineers Issues Jacobs Notice to Proceed on Shallow Land Disposal Area Remediation Contract
Refreshing the Social Contract
Jacobs’ Vice President of Innovation & Technology, Europe Bryan Harvey, believes it is time for us all to redefine our place in the social contract – utility companies, supply chain, regulators, government and customers. Why? Because the needs of society have changed, and the utility sector and all its actors have to change with them. Harvey stresses that we need to think longer term and outside of the traditional sector silos to grapple with the needs of the modern – and future – world.
When Green Building Meets Red Rocks: An Eco-Friendly Mission at 1 of the World’s Best Venues
Named by Rolling Stone as America’s Best Amphitheater, Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre is a world-renowned, historical, musical and geological treasure. In this article, discover how our team helped preserve the Red Rocks experience for generations to come with the first ground-up construction at the park in more than a decade.
Jacobs recognized as Employer of Choice for Gender Equality in Australia for the fourth consecutive year
Jacobs has been recognized by the Australia Government’s Workplace Gender Equality Agency (WGEA) as an Employer of Choice for Gender Equality in 2018-2019, recognizing Jacobs’ commitment to achieving gender equality and flexibility in its Australian workplaces.
Greenhouse Gas Management Achievement Earns Climate Leadership Award
The Excellence in Greenhouse Gas Management (Goal Achievement Award) recognizes organizations that publicly report verified organization-wide greenhouse gas (GHG) inventories and achieve aggressive GHG emissions reduction goals.
Leaving No One Behind: 3 Areas Worth Attention
This year’s World Water Day theme highlights the goal of securing water for all. In this piece, Jacobs Global Director of Water Peter Nicol shares three suggested focus areas for the water industry to help ensure availability and sustainable management of water for all by 2030.
Jacobs Uses Salt Water and Sand to Fuel the Future
A successful commercial flight offers a proof of concept for the Seawater Energy and Agriculture System (SEAS).
Jacobs Recognized with 11 Business Achievement Awards for Environmental and Climate Change Innovations
Awards reflect firm's sustainable, technology-enabled approaches to improve social, environmental and economic outcomes
From Safe Sanitation in Peru to Renewable Wastewater Treatment in Oregon
Jacobs’ Wastewater Engineer Kristen Jackson recently walked a Portland-area news crew through her passion for bettering communities with safe water in a recent “Those Who Serve” feature. Watch her full interview and discover how Kristen – and Jacobs – are working to connect more people to more reliable, safe water and sanitation services around the globe.
Best of the Best: Jacobs-Designed CDOT US 34 Repair Project
Following devastating floods in Colorado, we teamed up with the Colorado Department of Transportation and Kiewit Infrastructure to help affected mountain communities build back better than before. Read how about our nationally award-winning efforts in this article.
Jacobs, DFW Airport Achieve Firsts with Runway 17C Rehab
The busiest runway at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, 13,000+-foot Runway 17C/35C, is once again open for use. In this piece, Jacobs and DFW discuss how innovative rehabilitation options – and a surprising find – helped save time and costs during the reconstruction effort.
Jacobs-Designed Expansion at Arlington National Cemetery Garners Diamond Award
The Millennium Project at Arlington National Cemetery recently received the Diamond Award in the Special Projects category from the American Council of Engineering Companies of New York.
London Launches the World's First Ultra-Low Emission Zone
With today’s challenges of urbanization and increased demand for mobility and connectivity, air quality is bearing the burden. Air quality is one of the most important health, economic and environmental challenges facing cities worldwide, and many are recognizing the need to evaluate long term what needs to change to tackle air pollution arising from transport emissions.
A Challenging Formula – Customized Solution Blends 3 Water Sources Together
Treating Florida’s source water is complicated. High water demand, a sensitive environment, complex water chemistry and multiple water sources all contribute to a complex water treatment environment. Find out how the Green Meadows Water Treatment Plant team overcame the complexities, a hurricane and the wettest January on record to deliver this first-of-a-kind water treatment plant in Florida.