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CH2M HILL’s Water Business Group announces personnel changes in the Water Technology Organization.
“The following technology leadership appointments were recently made to enhance the leadership and business performance of our knowledge management, membrane technologies, and water reuse core technology service areas,” said Brock McEwen, technology director.
Raja Kadiyala has assumed the role of knowledge management global technology leader. In this role, he will be responsible for all aspects of knowledge management including, people, processes and tools used to improve operations.
Membrane technology for the drinking water infrastructure practice will be led by Bob Bergman and Jim Lozier. The two will team to coordinate the important and expanding role of membranes in water treatment, water reuse and desalination. Bergman and Lozier are recognized at the top membrane technologists within CH2M HILL and will use their new roles to expand this technology. Bergmanm will continue to coordinate North American desalination activities.
Linda Mcpherson will add total water management to the portfolio of services she provides her work in water reuse policy and public acceptance. She will manage the firm’s work with the WateReuse Association.
Larry Schimmoller will take on the role of water reuse global technology leader. He has been actively involved in many of the firm’s most successful water reuse projects and will be a great resource for clients who whish to expand into this market.