US consultants CH2M and Hill International have been awarded a $60m, five-year contract by the San Diego Association of Governments to improve public transport in the area, focusing on roads and highways.
CH2M and Hill will provide professional and technical construction management and engineering services in connection with proposed capital improvement and maintenance projects.
Michael Tahan, senior vice president in charge of Hill’s highway and bridge practice in California, said: "These improvement projects will have a significant, positive impact on San Diego infrastructure and mobility. We are proud to be part of this important initiative."
Hill International is moving into the Asian market with the recent acquisition of Turkish project management company IMS.
Earlier this year CH2M decided to rebrand.
Image: A tram in American Plaza Trolley Station, San Diego (Eric Fredericks/Wikimedia Commons)