CH2M HILL has announced that Lee McIntire will step down as chief executive officer of the U.S.-based company on January 1 next year. McIntire (64) has been CEO since June 2009. He will continue as chairman of the board of directors.
The new chief executive officer will be Jacqueline Hinman, 52. She most recently served as president of CH2M HILL International and is presently a member of the board.
Chad Holliday of the company said of the outgoing CEO: “Lee’s leadership and vision has guided CH2M HILL from 15,000 employees with $3 billion in annual revenues when he joined the company to a firm with 28,000 employees and $7 billion of revenue today.”.
Ms. Hinman joined the Denver firm in 1988. She was a key executive in many of CH2M HILL’s highest profile projects, such as the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games construction program. She also served as Chairman and CEO of Halcrow Companies after CH2M HILL’s 2011 acquisition of the 6,000 person British-based firm.
Canadian Consulting Engineer interviewed Ms. Hinman in the May issue of the magazine, click here.
CH2M HILL is based in Denver, Colorado and has US$7 billion in revenues and 28,000 employees. CH2M HILL Canada has over 2,000 employees in 17 offices and is headquartered in Calgary, Alberta.
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