Critical Solutions for a More Connected, Sustainable World
We start with “what if” to surface new possibilities and harness deep technical expertise to bring bold solutions to fruition.
Transforming intangible ideas into innovative solutions
We think differently about the future because today’s challenges of urbanization, resource scarcity, climate change, digital proliferation and security demand innovative approaches to deliver a more connected, sustainable world.
We get excited to solve our world’s connectivity challenges: tunnels to dig, tracks to lay, roads and bridges to build, airports and seaports to modernize and collaboration technologies to conceptualize.
Tackling the world's toughest problems
Our Global Built Environment business is a connected global network of strategists, planners, architects, interiors, designers, engineers, managers and constructors that provide strategic leadership, design innovation and project execution.
Weapons Systems and Mission Solutions
Advanced R&D and Technical Facilities
Our unparalleled experience with advanced technology systems and our wide-ranging program support capabilities work together to make us a premier partner to aerospace, defense and clients at locations around the world.
As part of the above capabilities, our foundational services include:
Program & Construction Management
Consistently leading the way in the latest sustainable, economical and “smart” technologies, whether designing master plans for campuses or entire regions, critical infrastructure, office buildings, labs or manufacturing plants.
Employing a highly trained and engaged workforce, proven technology and strategy, knowledge and experience in operations and facilities management, so clients can focus on what they do best.
Construction, Maintenance and Turnarounds
As an end-to-end solutions provider, we are 12,000-strong in the field — planning, managing, constructing, commissioning, maintaining and operating projects for nuclear, biotech, technology, water and government clients around the globe.