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CH2M Hill to create 500 high skilled UK engineering jobs

Programme manager CH2M Hill today revealed plans to create over 500 high skilled engineering jobs in the UK.

The new jobs will be created across its infrastructure divisions including nuclear, transport, tunnelling and earth engineering, water, environmental services and industrial and advanced technology. Alongside these jobs the firm is also creating 40 graduate level positions, 30 apprenticeships and 30 paid internships.

“The UK remains an attractive place to do business and today’s announcement reflects our commitment to the UK,” said CH2M Hill’s chief executive Lee McIntyre. “With the British government’s clear commitment to deliver new infrastructure and renew aging infrastructure, I am hopeful we will be able to build on this investment today in the years ahead.”

CH2M Hill acquired consultant Halcrow in November 2011 and employs 3,300 people in the UK. It is currently working on prominent UK schemes such as High Speed 2, Crossrail, Thames Tideway Improvements and the decommissioning of Dounreay.

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