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We're embracing new ways to work and innovate, focusing on safety and health, business continuity and adapting how we support our clients and the industries we serve.


As an industry leading engineering and construction company with over 10,000 employees worldwide, the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic have mobilized our teams to find solutions to support local communities.  We're utilizing our experience in the design and development of distributed infrastructure, collecting and tracking biological lab data, monitoring water streams, managing networks of facilities and project site personnel to develop integrated solutions for a variety of industries. 

Experts on Demand

We know rapid, innovative solutions

COVID-19 continues to disrupt businesses across the world. Black & Veatch's Experts on Demand microconsulting service offers targeted insights in short bursts from a global network of professionals specializing in a number of COVID topics. Whether you're exploring robust testing/tracking solutions or simply looking to find out what to do when returning to a building that's been unused for a period of time,  our experts are a bridge to the solutions you need to get back to normal. 


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Services and Solutions

On Demand Resources


NextGen Ag Tips: Review Existing Safety Plans

Director of Engineering for Black & Veatch’s NextGen Agriculture team, David Ziskind, highlights the importance of developing customized safety plans for food and beverage manufacturing facilities.  

Podcast: Acoustical Engineering During COVID-19

Power utility operators must address all forms of safety, including acoustics and noise control, especially in urban and suburban areas. Host Becca Schmidt discusses noise control concerns amid the COVID-19 stay-at-home orders with Black & Veatch’s Jeff Szymanski, Senior Acoustical Engineer.  Listen Now


NextGen Ag Tips: Handling Surging Production

Chris Vigil, Project Manager with Black & Veatch’s NextGen Agriculture team, discusses how food producers must evaluate resources to meet consumers’ panic buying demands during COVID-19.  


What is RaMHS?

Black & Veatch’s Rapid Modular Health System (RaMHS) is a rapid deployment, modular medical structure that expands site-based diagnostic capabilities at healthcare facilities, doctor’s offices, commercial and industrial facilities, manufacturing centers and office locations to minimize the risk of coronavirus exposure to critical health-care workers, professionals and the community.  Watch Video


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