The Mobile District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) reselected CH2M to provide planning and design services for their civil works program.
Local high school students installed a rainwater management garden on the grounds of W.B. Saul High School as part of an innovative STEM education partnership between CH2M and The Nature Conservancy’s Nature Works Everywhere program.
As part of the ongoing building boom in America’s capital city, the District Department of Transportation selected CH2M as its consultant for the design-build replacement of the H Street Bridge, spanning 24 rail tracks at Union Station, Washington, D.C.
Following the June 1 announcement from President Donald Trump that the U.S. would withdraw from the Paris Climate Accord a number of engineering firms, building groups, and higher education organizations issued press releases offering their responses.
CH2M is launching its new Flood Cloud service on June 6, allowing users of Flood Modeller (https://www.floodmodeller.com/en-us) and integrated software, TUFLOW, to seamlessly undertake flood risk modelling in the cloud for the first time.
BAE Systems recently awarded CH2M a contract to provide architect-engineering services in support of the implementation of airfield Instrument Landing System and shore-based Instrument Carrier Landing System installations at over 35 U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps facilities worldwide.
The Metro Wastewater Reclamation District celebrated the grand opening of its Northern Treatment Plant. Planned since 1982, the new $417 million facility is one of the most advanced in the western United States.
Honeywell selected CH2M for remedial construction management at the Quanta Resources Corporation Superfund site. The site, located in Edgewater, N.J., is one of the largest in-situ stabilization remediation projects of its kind.
The Nevada Department of Transportation (NDOT) selected CH2M to provide environmental and preliminary design services to pave the way for reconstruction of the outdated I-80/I-580/US 395 system-to-system interchange in Reno
A group of 50 industry experts, including CH2M, came together from backgrounds in water supply, wastewater and stormwater infrastructure, to develop a regional shared vision for the future of water infrastructure in the Northwest.