Construction and Engineering
Company Overview of CH2M HILL Companies, Ltd.
CH2M HILL Companies, Ltd. provides professional engineering services to clients worldwide. It performs engineering, modular fabrication, erection, construction, and operations and maintenance services for oil and gas fields; and delivers compression and dehydration facilities, drilling and well support services, enhanced oil recovery infrastructure, field development, fleet support, natural gas gathering and processing, conventional oil production, sulfur recovery, acid gas treating, and heavy oil and steam- assisted gravity drainage facilities. The company also focuses on infrastructure projects that gather, store, and transport oil, natural gas, refined products, carbon dioxide, and other ...
9191 South Jamaica Street
Englewood, CO 80112
Founded in 1946
Key Executives for CH2M HILL Companies, Ltd.
Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of Executive Committee
Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President
Global Market President of Water Business Group, Global Business Groups President, Director, Member of Governance Committee and Member of Risk Committee
Environment & Nuclear Business Group President
President of Nuclear Business Group
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
CH2M HILL Companies, Ltd. Key Developments
CH2M Hill to Close its Bellingham Office
Sep 22 15
CH2M Hill has announced it is closing its Bellingham office. The firm announced to its employees on Sept. 21, 2015 the decision to close the office. The announcement will impact 120 employees.
Ch2m Hill Companies, Ltd. Announces Retirement of John A. Madia as Executive Vice President and Chief Human Resources Officer Effective January 2, 2016
Sep 10 15
On September 10, 2015, CH2M HILL Companies, Ltd. announced that John A. Madia will retire as the executive vice president and chief human resources officer effective January 2, 2016.
Cadiz Inc., ATEC Systems Associates Inc. and CH2M Execute Strategic Alliance Agreement to Provide Treatment for Chromium-6 in Drinking Water Sources
Aug 10 15
Cadiz Inc., ATEC Systems Associates, Inc. and CH2M announced the execution of a strategic alliance agreement for the expanded use of an innovative California Division of Drinking Water-approved technology for the treatment and removal of Chromium-6 from drinking water supplies. The highly-efficient ATEC technology will also enable the economical treatment of water made available by the Cadiz Valley Water Conservation, Recovery & Storage Project for naturally occurring CR-6 prior to its entering the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California's Colorado River Aqueduct, the proposed primary water transportation conduit to the Project's participating water providers. The Santa Margarita Water District, the managing member of the newly formed Fenner Valley Water Authority overseeing Project design and implementation, is currently working with Metropolitan on the technical arrangements for the potential conveyance of water through the CRA, including water quality standards. In 2014, California became the first and only state in the U.S. to limit CR-6 in drinking water to 10 parts per billion, compared to the federal standard for total Chromium in drinking water of 100 ppb. CR-6 occurs naturally at levels above 10 ppb in many groundwater sources across California, including the Cadiz Water Project basin where it naturally occurs at levels that slightly exceed the new California standard. Although a blend of Cadiz water with Metropolitan supplies in the CRA may satisfy the CR-6 water quality regulatory standard, Cadiz and SMWD are sensitive to ensure the Project has the ability to meet any applicable drinking water standards prior to entering the CRA as may be required by Metropolitan. Consequently, Cadiz began evaluating potential treatment technologies in 2013 following the announcement of the new standard. After considering various treatment strategies, Cadiz engaged ATEC to conduct pilot treatment tests at its existing wells. Pilot tests at the Cadiz Water Project area were overseen by CH2M and subsequently peer reviewed by multiple drinking water professionals. The results demonstrate that the ATEC technology can cost-effectively remove CR-6 at the wellhead to a level substantially below the new California State standard. A secondary benefit of the new treatment technology is the removal of arsenic, although Project water is already below current arsenic standards.
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