CH2M HILL recognized with Business Achievement Awards

March 13, 2014

DENVER — Four of the company’s environmental projects were recognized for the awards.

DENVER — CH2M HILL has announced that four of the company’s environmental projects were recognized by the Environmental Business Journal (EBJ) and Climate Change Business Journal (CCBJ) as part of the publications’ annual Business Achievement Awards program, according to a press release.

These awards recognize exceptional business performance in the environmental industry in categories such as establishing new practice areas, outstanding projects, new technology development, international expansion, industry leadership and more, noted the release.

According to the release, CH2M HILL projects which received award recognition in 2013 include: Installation and operation of eight solar-powered bioreactor systems in five states and Puerto Rico; addressing impacts of climate change and weather events, with joint venture partner Hazen & Sawyer, on wastewater infrastructure for the New York City Department of Environmental Protection, which resulted in the NYC Wastewater Resiliency Plan; design, construction and operation of the Agua Nueva Water Reclamation Facility in Pima County, Ariz.; and establishing Green Path Partners, a strategic partnership with EKO Asset Management, to use private financing to develop green, resilient infrastructure.

“CH2M HILL is an industry leader in providing environmentally sound solutions to our clients,” said Greg McIntyre, CH2M HILL global water market president. “It is an honor to have our work recognized for environmental excellence.”

The 2013 EBJ and CCBJ Business Achievement Awards were presented on March 12, continued the release, during a special ceremony at the Environmental Industry Summit XII, an annual three-day event hosted by the EBI Inc. in San Diego, Calif.

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