CH2M Hill Alaska Announces Senior Leadership Change

Posted on August 23, 2013 

Terry Bailey

MICHAEL DINNEEN

CH2M HILL Alaska Announces Senior Leadership Change

Terry Bailey named to lead CH2M HILL Alaska

ANCHORAGE, AK. August 20, 2013 – CH2M HILL (www.ch2mhill.com), a global fullservice consulting, design, construction, and operations firm, today announced that Terry Bailey has been named Senior Vice President of CH2M HILL Alaska, effective September 1, 2013. Bailey succeeds Mark Lasswell, who will become the Program Executive over other business pursuits for CH2M HILL.

Since joining CH2M HILL in 1994, Bailey has held a variety of executive level positions in engineering, construction and operations and maintenance in Alaska and currently serves as Regional Vice President. With over 30 years experience, 23 years of that in Alaska, Terry brings a thorough understanding of the oil and gas business and the unique demands and needs of the Alaskan market. 

"Terry's appointment to lead our Alaska operation displays the strength of our entire management team," said Rob Berra, CH2M HILL Energy and Chemicals Business Group President. "We are placing an experienced and proven leader in an important position as we continue to build upon our success in Alaska."

CH2M HILL has been serving oil and gas clients in some of the world’s harshest conditions for over 40 years and is proud to be the 6th largest employer in Alaska and the 2nd largest employer in the oil & gas industry in the state. With its global footprint, CH2M HILL has the human and technical resources and the depth of knowledge and experience to help clients achieve success in any corner of the world. 

“Our Alaska operations are critical to CH2M HILL,” Berra said. “And we are proud of the rich and successful history we have in the state. Terry is the right leader to direct us on this continued path of success.”

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