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CH2M HILL Receives Three Project Achievement Awards

CH2M HILL Receives Three Project Achievement Awards

DENVER, 20 October, 2006 — CH2M HILL, a global full-service engineering, construction, and operations firm, received three Project Achievement Awards from the Construction Management Association of America (CMAA). The awards were presented October 17 at CMAA’s National Conference and Trade Show in Tampa, Florida.

The F. Wayne Hill Water Resources Center Phase 2 Construction Services project in Gwinnett County, Georgia, received the award for Infrastructure Project — Constructed Value Greater Than $100 Million. CH2M HILL teamed with Jordan, Jones & Goulding and Precision Planning, Inc. on the project and served as the construction manager. This project increased the plant's treatment capacity by 40 million gallons per day. Detailed construction sequencing helped maintain plant operations during construction, and the project was completed 14 months ahead of schedule.

The Rocky Flats Closure project in Golden, Colorado, won in the Buildings — Program Management category. Completed by Kaiser-Hill, a CH2M HILL joint venture, Rocky Flats was the largest, most complex environmental cleanup project of its kind. The $7 billion, 10-year cleanup of one of the nation's largest nuclear weapons facilities was completed more than 60 years and $30 billion ahead of initial estimates.

Southern Nevada Water Authority's Intake Pumping Station No. 2 project was recognized for Infrastructure Project — Constructed Value Less Than $50 Million. CH2M HILL was the design-builder on this project. The high-lift pumping station required additional by-pass flow capacity for supplying water to a remotely located water treatment facility.

For the past three years, CH2M HILL has been ranked the No. 1 firm in both Construction Management-for-Fee and Program Management by the industry periodical Engineering News-Record.

CMAA is a national industry association whose mission is to promote professionalism and excellence in the management of the construction process.

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