CH2M announces first global rebrand in two decades
CH2M HILL announced that it has adopted a refreshed brand and logo designed to better reflect its clients' needs and its own ambitions for growth. The company has also adopted a simpler brand name, "CH2M."
MDENVER, CO, April 22, 2015 -- CH2M HILL, a global engineering firm specializing in government, industrial, infrastructure, and energy projects, recently announced that it has adopted a refreshed brand and logo designed to better reflect its clients' needs and its own ambitions for growth. The company has also adopted a simpler brand name, "CH2M."
CH2M's leadership believes that the rebrand and new logo, coupled with a refreshed business strategy launched in January, 2015, will help to deepen the relationships between their clients and the company's sales and project delivery teams.
In the past year, CH2M has focused its strategy on strengthening the culture of collaboration and sharing across its five business groups and around the world, to bring seamless solutions and full depth of the company's capabilities to individual clients.
CH2M was founded in Oregon nearly 70 years ago by three young engineers and their professor to solve local water challenges. The company's brand name is a nod to the values and hearts of its founding fathers -- Cornell, Howland, Hayes, and Merryfield -- literally spelling "CH2M."
CH2M Chairman and Chief Executive Jacqueline Hinman noted that the time was right for CH2M to make this move. "The last time we rebranded the company was in the 1990s. Since that time, CH2M has grown from 5,000 to 25,000 employees, working in more than 50 countries, with annual revenues of almost $6 billion."
CH2M is a global engineering company partnering with public and private clients to tackle the world's most complex infrastructure and natural resource challenges. The firm's work is concentrated in the water, transportation, energy, environment, and industrial markets. CH2M has produced $6.1 billion in revenue and consists of 25,000 employees and is a specialist in program, construction and operations management and design. For more information, visit www.ch2m.com.