Hill International order backlog tops a billion

28 January 2014

US project and risk consultant Hill International says it achieved a total backlog of $1.027bn at the end of 2013 – the first time in the company’s history the figure has surpassed $1bn.

The news came days after the firm announced an extension of its contract with Bahrain Airport Company in connection with the modernisation of Bahrain International Airport in Manama.

The four-year contract extension has an estimated value to Hill of approximately $18.3m.

The modernisation program includes a new, 20-year master plan and the expansion of the existing terminal to handle 13.5 million passengers per year.

On the topic of his company’s record backlog Hill’s chairman and CEO Irvin Richter, said: "Our growth continues to be driven by our excellence in delivering outstanding services to our clients."

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