Headquartered in Kansas, with a hundred-year legacy and over 110 offices worldwide, Black & Veatch (BV) is one of the largest and most respected engineering and construction firms in the world.
Owens DDB was selected to project-manage, design and develop a new global web platform for BV, necessitating ongoing co-ordination and collaboration with client teams in Asia, Europe and the US.
On time and on budget, our team delivered a robust, scalable Drupal platform, completely integrated with BV’s CRM and analytics platforms.
Today BV.com is enabling Black & Veatch to create deeper and more personalised engagement with customers. The site is designed with evolution in mind, with continual technical and content integrations and upgrades planned for the forseeable.
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