CH2M HILL Announces New Leadership in Energy & Chemicals Group
Bryan Clemenz Promoted to Vice President of Program and Project Development Alaska
November 27, 2013 (Anchorage, AK) – CH2M HILL (www.ch2mhill.com), a global full-service consulting, design, construction and operations firm, today announced as part of its rapidly growing energy and chemicals portfolio the promotion of Bryan Clemenz to Vice President of Program and Project Development Alaska, the company’s Energy and Chemicals Business Group.
Bryan has served over 27 years in the petroleum industry and joined CH2M HILL in an engineering leadership capacity in 2007. He maintains his professional engineering registration for both Alaska and South Carolina and has served in various leadership roles throughout his professional career including Engineering Manager, Program Manager, and Business and Project Development Manager. Currently Bryan serves as President of the International Society of Automation (ISA) Alaska Section, is an active member of the Government Affairs Industry Relations committees for the Alaska Industry Support Alliance, and he serves as Vice Chair on the University of Alaska Fairbanks College of Engineering and Mining Advisory and Development Council (UAF CEM ADC) Action Committee. Bryan is heavily involved in representing CH2M HILL through participation in professional and community organizations that help train Alaskans and grow Alaska’s economy.
CH2M HILL has been serving some of the world’s best known oil and gas and chemical clients for over 40 years. We provide engineering, procurement and construction; construction management; program management; and other services in Alaska and around the globe in some of the world’s harshest conditions.
“Bryan’s understanding of the Alaskan market make him a huge asset to helping our clients develop successful projects,” said Craig Pierrotti, CH2M HILL Senior Vice President of Business Development for the Energy & Chemicals Business Group. “He, along with our CH2M HILL colleagues, are always looking with an eye towards minimizing the total cost of ownership and maximizing value for all stakeholders.”