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CH2M HILL Ranks One of “100 Best Companies to Work For” For Fifth Time
January 28, 2011

CH2M HILL, a global full-service consulting, design, construction, and operations firm, has been named to the 2011 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list. This is the fifth time CH2M HILL has earned a place on the coveted list. The full list will be published in the magazine’s February 7th issue.

Employees live the company mission of, “A global project delivery company, helping our clients build a better and more sustainable world,” by delivering thousands of projects annually and through active corporate citizenship in the communities where they live and work. More than 23,000 technical experts worldwide are solving the world’s most complex challenges on projects large and small, focused on improving sustainability, safety and efficiency. Some of these projects include the Panama Canal expansion, infrastructure and facilities for the 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, the relocation of U.S. military forces in South Korea, and major sewerage programs in London and Abu Dhabi. In addition, employees work in local communities providing clean drinking water, efficient transportation, lean production facilities, environmental remediation, and safe energy that provide economic benefits to the community. Employees are encouraged to act like an owner and share in the rewards of successful projects through the firm’s employee ownership program.

The firm is also one of 12 companies profiled in “The Great Workplace: How to Build It, How to Keep It, and Why It Matters.” Drawing on 25 years of research by the Great Place to Work Institute—that annually surveys 2 million people and 6,000 companies—co-authors Michael Burchell and Jennifer Robin explain the business value of creating great workplaces. According to Burchell and Robin, CH2M HILL’s values, collaborative work approach and employee ownership culture differentiates it from the other organizations highlighted in the book.

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