Black & Veatch Holding Company
- Atonix Digital
- Black & Veatch
- Diode Ventures
- Overland Contracting Inc.
How to Enroll
Don’t forget to enroll within 30 days of your hire date!
Health & Welfare Benefits
- Enroll through PeopleSoft Employee Self Service, found via the Popular Links on iNET.
- User ID and password: The first three letters of your last name plus your five-digit employee number (ABC12345).
- NOTE: Select “Forgot Password” if you’re a first-time user or if you forgot your password.
- Select Employee Self Service under Main Menu.
- Select Benefits.
- Select Benefits Enrollment.
Confirm your Benefits
- You will receive an emailed confirmation statement the day AFTER you submit your elections.
- If you see an error, immediately contact the Employee Service Center at +1 866-898-BVHR (2847) or EmpSvcCenter@bv.com.
OCI Craft Professionals
- Complete a paper enrollment form and return it to your project site Human Resources contact within 30 days of your date of hire.
- Review the hard copy confirmation statement and let your HR contact know of any errors.
- View the 2019 New Hire Benefits videos and booklet on iNET’s Health & Wellness site. If you are a Craft professional, you will receive a New Hire packet from your HR contact.
- You can access Retirement Program materials on iNET’s Retirement site.
What’s New at a Glance
Medical – Domestic U.S.
- You’ll see a slight increase on your deductibles and payroll contributions.
- The Account Based Health Plan (ABHP) and PPO Green Plan now provide coverage for gender dysphoria and infertility treatments.
Medical – Expatriate
- Aetna International now provides virtual visits through Teladoc (U.S.) and vHealth (outside the U.S.).
Dental – Domestic U.S.
- Delta Dental now provides coverage for adult orthodontia.
Vision – Domestic U.S. and Expatriate
- The featured frame allowance is increasing through VSP.
- The copay for the WellVision Exam is being eliminated.
- If you completed the three-step wellness evaluation by 15 October 2018, you’re eligible for a discount on your 2019 medical payroll contributions. (Note: New professionals hired after 1 September 2018 will receive the discount for 2019.)
- Details on the 2019 Wellness Program coming soon.
Savings and Spending Accounts
Health Savings Account (HSA) annual contribution maximums have increased:
- $3,500 for individual coverage, a $50 increase from 2018
- $7,000 for individual plus one or more coverage, a $100 increase from 2018
Wondering whether the Account Based Health Plan (ABHP) or the PPO Green Plan is right for you? See which plan these professionals chose and why, to help you decide.
- Young professional in good health
- Middle-aged man with diabetes
- Husband and father of three
- Director nearing retirement
The information provided here is for informational purposes only. This includes general information about your medical benefits plans. This summary is not a plan document under which the plan is maintained and administered. Any discrepancies between this information and your plan documents will be governed by the plan documents. The benefits described on this website are subject to change at any time.
Employment status: New hire.
Health status: Exercises 3 to 4 days a week. Maintains a healthy weight.
Health plan needsKim is young and active. She spends more time going to the gym than going to her doctor. When she does see her doctor, it’s mostly for preventive care, which is covered 100 percent. She doesn’t feel a need to put a lot of money toward health care coverage right now.
Health plan choice: ABHP (individual coverage)Kim chooses the ABHP so she can keep more money in her paycheck. She invests some of her savings into her HSA to take advantage of the tax benefits—she knows she can increase her tax-free contributions at any time if her situation changes. For now, this plan gives her all the coverage she needs.
Employment status: Supervisor with 10 years of service.
Health status: Managing diabetes. Working to improve exercise and nutrition.
Health plan needsTom is taking steps to manage his diabetes. But having a health issue can be complicated, and he knows how quickly costs can add up. Keeping his health care costs predictable is important, even if it means paying a higher contribution.
Health plan choice: PPO Green Plan (employee + spouse)Tom appreciates the lower deductible he pays with the PPO Green Plan, and he plans to take part in the Wellness Program to bring his contribution costs down. He knows this plan gives him the coverage he needs to manage his diabetes—and his out-of-pocket expenses—if he runs into complications.
Employment status: Recently promoted to supervisor.
Health status: Gets regular checkups and exercises to manage stress.
Health plan needsWith three young kids at home, Asar spends plenty of time in the doctor’s office. He doesn’t have any health issues himself, but he did end up in the emergency department last year after a fall. He knows anything can happen. Asar wants a plan that works for his growing family—and his tight budget.
Health plan choice: PPO Green Plan (family coverage)Asar likes the financial protection of the PPO Green Plan. He’s able to make room in his budget to pay the higher contribution because he knows he’ll pay a lower deductible when he or his family needs care. He also makes pre-tax contributions to a flexible spending account (FSA) for qualified medical, dental and vision expenses as well as a dependent care FSA to help pay child care expenses during the year, which saves him money on taxes. This plan gives him the coverage he needs plus peace of mind.
Employment status: Director, 15+ years of service.
Health status: Takes prescriptions to manage high blood pressure and cholesterol.
Health plan needsSusan works hard to save in her 401(k). Her goal? To retire in 7 years so she can spend more time with her grandkids. One thing that's important to her is prescription coverage because she takes a couple medications. She needs a plan that keeps her protected and helps her focus on the future by saving.
Health plan choice: ABHP (individual coverage)Susan chooses ABHP to take advantage of the tax benefits of her HSA. She knows she can save money by contributing the maximum amount and watching it grow, tax-free. Plus, she can make pre-tax contributions to a limited purpose FSA to help cover certain dental and vision expenses and lower her taxable income. This plan lets her cover her health care expenses while taking her retirement savings even further.
2019 Annual Enrollment Overview Videos