As the dust settles on the biggest Pride ever, we reflect on Jacobs’ global celebrations and on the progress still to be made for the LGBTI+ community.
A Smart, Collaborative Approach: The Keys to a Resilient Indian Water Future
An article in the May issue of the Journal of the American Water Works Association explored the factors behind the water challenge in India – and identified steps forward for a more secure water future for the country. In this article, featuring excerpts from the Journal piece, one of its authors, Jacobs’ Rajat Chakraborti shares how his own experiences living in India have inspired his work as a water resources engineer and what he sees as the keys to India’s development going forward.
Charting a Course to Become a Model Utility – A Plan for Mobile’s Water and Wastewater Future
Mobile Area Water and Sewer Service is on a mission to becoming a model utility – and we’re supporting their efforts with the development of a 15-year water and sewer master plan. Discover more about our work to deliver a plan for future growth and sustainability of the cultural city once called the Paris of the South.
What Motivates You? 3 Outstanding Jacobs Women Share Their Stories
The Women Builders Council recently honored three Jacobs employees as “Next Generation of Women Builders” and “Outstanding Women of 2019”. In this article, these bold women share how they’re fostering empowerment and creativity through courage to build for the future.
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.
Discover Italy’s First WELL-Certified Building, A Jacobs Office
The renovation at our office in Milan helped the location become the first WELL-certified building in Italy. Go inside the improvements that the majority of our surveyed respondents say make the new office more comfortable and healthier, too, in this article.
Jacobs and Partners to Support Water Resilience in India
Developing capability in urban water management and recycled water management and reuse
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New TEXRail Commuter Line Opens with Golden Ticket Fanfare
Oompa loompa doompety doo, we’ve got an amazing article for you. Climb aboard for the details on the newest North Texas commuter rail line, the Jacobs-managed TEXRail project.
Jacobs to Continue Program Management for the National Western Center
The program will create an international hub for research and collaboration, addressing 21st century challenges like foo
Bettering the Balance with Innovation
The world needs innovators and problem solvers who turn challenges into greater opportunities. What if we showed you how we’re bettering the balance – by highlighting inclusion as our differentiator in bringing innovative thought and solutions to our clients and by celebrating the innovative women across our business?
Using Risk Management Processes and Tools for Strategic Planning
To manage risk or not...that’s a big question. Another is simply how do you manage risk? The reality is, every business and organization has risk exposure that they can choose to manage, or not. How those risks are managed determines the overall success of the organization. Find out how Jacobs has successfully used risk management practices to build organizational strategies and help water utilities better meet community expectations.
The 2030 Commitment: We’re ready. Are you?
The urban built environment is responsible for 75 percent of annual global GHG emissions – and buildings alone account for 39 percent. Eliminating these emissions is the key to addressing climate change – and we’re committed to taking bold steps to transform a sustainable and resilient path.
Sharing is Caring, At Least When it Comes to Monitoring Water Quality
Jacobs’ Environmental Scientist Jennifer Liggett teamed up with environmental experts to discuss the top cause of water borne illnesses in the U.S. with Opflow magazine. Discover how we’re using powerful, online monitoring systems to keep an eye on water quality and protect public health in this article, featuring excerpts from Jennifer’s piece in Opflow.
Jacobs-Led Biologics Manufacturing Facility Nabs Top Industrial Project Honor
Our work on Bristol-Myers Squibb’s new Large-Scale Cell Culture Biologics manufacturing facility in Ireland topped the list in the Industrial category at this year’s Irish Construction Excellence Awards. Discover how this facility is improving treatment for cancer patients globally.
Jacobs Engineering CEO Sees Robust State and Local Infrastructure Spending
Steve Demetriou, Jacobs Chair and CEO, discusses the road ahead for the company on Bloomberg Markets: The Close.
Jacobs Selected by Chicago Transit Authority for Red and Purple Modernization Program
Largest capital improvement project in CTA history will rebuild nearly century-old rail lines
Best of Both Worlds: Houston’s Vision for Major Events and Connected Infrastructure
Jacobs’ Global Vice President for the Built Environment Brad Simmons talked with the Houston Business Journal about how our new project with Houston First Corporation on improvements in and around one of the nation’s 10th largest convention centers is helping Houston remain competitive and connected for years to come.