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CH2M HILL Names New Water Management
CH2M HILL recently named Greg McIntyre as president of its Global Water Market in addition to Bernie Bullert who will serve as principal project manager for the Water and Strategic Consulting Team.
McIntyre is responsible for all water activities within CH2M HILL, including overseeing consulting, program management, design, design-build, construction and operations solutions for government, civil, industrial and energy clients. He previously served as the global operations director for CH2M HILL’s water market from 2004-2010.
McIntyre brings a wealth of knowledge to his position, especially global infrastructure program management for both the private and public sectors. He has more than 30 years of professional engineering experience, all of which he has spent with CH2M HILL. McIntyre most recently served as senior vice president and managing director of international infrastructure, while based in London, UK.
He holds an M.S. in environmental and water resources engineering from Vanderbilt University and a B.S. in environmental engineering from the University of Florida. Additionally, McIntyre is a graduate of the Advanced Management Program for International Senior Managers at the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration.
As principal project manager, Bullert will be responsible for developing and managing water projects in Minnesota and Iowa, in addition to supporting the firm’s global Strategic Consulting business. Bullert’s extensive knowledge of the U.S. public sector water market, gained through his years of experience managing and operating water utility systems, will strengthen the firm’s capacity to serve its clients in optimizing utility performance.
Prior to joining CH2M HILL, Bullert served as the director of Water Treatment and Distribution Services for the city of Minneapolis since 2009. Responsible for managing a $75 million annual budget, Bullert implemented programs to strengthen the effectiveness of the organization, improve the city’s drinking water quality, and significantly reduce water loss in the utility system. In 2011, the Minnesota Chapter of the American Public Works Association honored Bullert with the Director of the Year Award, recognizing his leadership and ability to effectively manage the city’s water system and services. Bullert is also a lifetime member of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and is a Fuller Awardee. He was recently selected for Honorary Membership in the AWWA for his passion to improve the quality and access to potable water in Minnesota and worldwide.