MWH Global announces new chief information officer

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Claire Rutkowski

BROOMFIELD, CO, Aug. 6, 2014 -- MWH Global, a solutions provider focused on water and natural resources for built infrastructure and the environment, has announced that Claire Rutkowski has been promoted to the position of chief information officer (CIO) for the company following an extensive internal and external search.

An industry expert and 15-year veteran of MWH, Rutkowski will be responsible for information technology operations within the company. An IT Certified Project Manager and a Project Management Professional (PMP), she has progressed and developed from end-user support to corporate training, project and program management, regional and global director, and now CIO.

Rutkowski strives for excellence in both project execution and service delivery. She has been a featured speaker at Oracle, Gartner, Project Management Institute (PMI), and in the Colorado Technology Association's Women in Technology Conference. In addition, she has written several articles for PMI publications and brings a wealth of experience with her.

Rutkowski earned a bachelor's degree from Penn State University and is based in Chicago, Ill.

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About MWH Global


MWH Global is a solutions provider focused on water and natural resources for built infrastructure and the environment. Offering a full range of innovative, award-winning services from initial planning and engineering through construction and asset management, we partner with our clients in multiple industries. The company has 8,000 employees in 35 countries spanning six continents. MWH is a private, employee-owned firm that began in 1820. For more information, visit www.mwhglobal.com.

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