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Intermodal Transportation Institute appoints CH2M HILL Transportation Market President Terry Ruhl to Board of Directors

Intermodal Transportation Institute appoints CH2M HILL Transportation Market President Terry Ruhl to Board of Directors

CH2M HILL, a global engineering full-services firm, is proud to announce that the University of Denver’s Intermodal Transportation Institute (ITI) has appointed CH2M HILL Transportation Market President Terry A. Ruhl to its Board of Directors.

The ITI Board serves as a guide for the Institute’s educational programs, provides leadership and strategic direction to the ITI, and shares expertise and resources to the academic and outreach endeavors of the program. Board members serve a three-year term and contribute to the success of the ITI through guidance, participation in educational content and financial and other support to the academic program.

Ruhl is one of five newly named ITI Board members, joining current and past executives from industry leading companies such as Accenture LLP, BNSF, Canadian Pacific Railway, CSX Transportation Inc., FedEx Express, Florida East Coast Railway, JB Hunt Transport Services, Kansas City Southern Railway, Keolis America Inc., Maersk Inc., Norfolk Southern Corporation, Union Pacific Railway, UPS and Veolia TransDev.

“I am honored to be joining this prestigious Board of Directors,” states Ruhl. “I look forward to collaborating with fellow Board members, the ITI faculty and the University of Denver to make a positive impact on the University’s educational programs and overall best practices in transportation management and the industry.”

Ruhl, a recognized leader in the field of transportation infrastructure development, has 26 years of industry experience. As president of the No. 3 global Transportation firm as ranked by Engineering News-Record, he is responsible for the growth and profitability of a more than $1-billion business spanning CH2M HILL’s aviation, bridges, highways, ports, public transportation and rail sectors.

Ruhl is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE Fellow), the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Transportation Research Board. He also served as the Board of Directors Chair for the Airport Consultants Council and has written many articles on airport planning and engineering as well as overall transportation and business management issues.
 

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