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News Dec 07, 2023

Supporting Water Systems with the Lead and Copper Rule Improvements

Read how we’re supporting clients in the U.S. as they prepare for the EPA’s new proposed regulations to eliminate lead in drinking water and protect public health in our communities.
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News Nov 28, 2023

Going Global: A Civil Engineer’s Determined Quest to Make a Difference

For this feature, Jacobs’ Middle East Social Value Lead Mala Alahmadi gives insight into her role at Jacobs and shares her experience growing up in the KSA and returning to the country as an adult after studying abroad.
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News Nov 15, 2023

What Have We Done and Where Are We Going? Patrick King Talks Transportation Funding in ENR

Jacobs Vice President - Global Market Director, Transportation, Patrick King contributed to Engineering News Record’s article “A Generational Investment - Landmark Federal Funding Energizes the Transportation Industry,” as part of their recent Year in Transportation & Infrastructure feature. Patrick shares thoughts on the great work we’re doing to secure transportation grants through Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA) and where he sees the transportation industry heading in 2024. Read the full piece inside.
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News Nov 13, 2023

Celebrating World Kindness Week at Jacobs

Executive Vice President, Chief People & Inclusion Officer Shelie Gustafson shares reflections Jacobs' culture for World Kindness Week.
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News Oct 31, 2023

Ghost Spaces, Magnetic Places and Affordable Homes: 3 Catalysts for Sustainable, Inclusive Cities

The cities and megacities of tomorrow can drive sustainability and equity through economies of scale, nature-based solutions and circular frameworks, but they require the right investments and strategic vision today. Jacobs Vice President and Global Market Director of Cities & Places, Stephen Zoegall, shares three key investment catalysts for social, economic and environmental rewards.
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News Oct 16, 2023

de5ign: Designing a Sustainable Future for People and the Environment

Read how de5ign (pronounced ‘five in design’) is driving a cultural change of positive designer behavior toward sustainable design, that not only benefits the health and safety of people who will construct or interact with our designs, but which also benefits the environment, climate and sustainability.
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News Oct 06, 2023

True Value Creation Starts with Leadership and Vision

Jacobs Global Principal of Social Value & Equity Advisory Emily King shares four essential lessons on how to drive better outcomes for people, communities and clients in the Infrastructure Intelligence magazine. Read the latest insights.
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News Oct 04, 2023

Working in Uncertain Times: 3 Tips for Managing New Levels of Project Risk

While risk management has been a practice for decades, it is more critical than ever given the complexity of program governance and organizational structures. Senior Program Manager Joe Cazares shares his thoughts in this article.
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News Sep 25, 2023

Go Behind the Scenes of our 2023 Rwanda Bridge Build

For two weeks in July, 10 of our teammates were stationed in a village in Rwanda building a footbridge across the Kamiranzovu River that will enable the community to safely access critical resources. The team documented their experience – and we’re excited to share it with you in this exclusive feature, giving you behind-the-scenes access to the build.
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News Aug 24, 2023

What is the Future of Freight? Let’s Look to the Past

While Federal and State governments pour millions of dollars into highway repairs, identifying and developing creative freight system solutions can improve resiliency and add redundancy to a freight system that has seen disruption as the demand for goods increases. Jacobs, the New Jersey Department of Transportation, and StreetLight Data have evaluated one such solutions—moving freight trucks on barges via waterways rather than by road.
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News Aug 14, 2023

Summarizing the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s Sixth Assessment Report Synthesis Report Findings

The conclusion is clear: climate change is a threat to human well-being and planetary health and the opportunity to secure a sustainable future is closing rapidly. Jacobs’ Global Principal, Climate Resilience Craig Clifton and Principal Technologist, Water Resources & Climate Resilience Tapash Das talk about key messages from the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s (IPCC) most recent report – the Synthesis Report.
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News Jun 21, 2023

Geotechnical Earthquake Engineering and Earthquake Reconnaissance with Dr. Menzer Pehlivan

Menzer Pehlivan wanted to become an engineer after a 1999 earthquake shattered her home country, Turkiye. Learn about her journey, the world of geotechnical earthquake engineering and how she helped with reconnaissance efforts after this year’s devastating February 6 Turkiye earthquakes.
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