Jacqueline Hinman , , , Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Jacqueline ("Jacque") Hinman brings more than 30 years of industry experience to her role as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of CH2M, a purpose-driven engineering and consulting firm focused on delivering infrastructure, energy, environmental and industrial solutions for clients and communities around the world. Since its establishment in 1946, CH2M has grown to become a Fortune 500 leader with $5.4 billion in annual revenues and more than 20,000 employees. Having served on CH2M's board of directors since 2008, Jacque was elected Chairman and CEO of CH2M in 2014. She stresses operational excellence in accordance with the ethics, purpose and values that define CH2M’s culture and market leadership. To address the incredibly complex challenges that clients entrust to the firm, CH2M harnesses industry-leading diversity and an inclusive, collaborative approach. The result allows the firm to innovate in big ways, bringing well-balanced, holistic, triple bottom line solutions that advance our clients’ social, environmental and economic goals. Under Jacque's leadership, CH2M has been recognized among the world's top engineering firms in annual industry rankings in Engineering News-Record and listed among the Ethisphere Institute's "World's Most Ethical Companies" for eight consecutive years. In 2016, CH2M became the first professional services firm to receive the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award, regarded as the highest commendation of sustainable business and corporate citizenship. In 2015, CH2M received the Stockholm International Water Institute's most prestigious Industry Water Award for global contributions to innovative water reuse technologies. As one of the first engineering firms to sign the UN Global Compact and publish its performance via the Global Reporting Initiative, CH2M also stands as the only company in its industry to have received the Catalyst award for innovative organizational approaches and proven, measurable results addressing the recruitment, development and advancement of women. An active advocate for business and infrastructure innovation, STEM education and diverse workforce development, Jacque serves on the Executive Committee of the Business Roundtable and chairs its Infrastructure Committee. She is also a member of the Business Council and has served on the World Economic Forum Global Advisory Council on Infrastructure, and as a featured contributor to McKinsey's Voices of the Global Infrastructure Initiative. In 2016 Jacque received the Construction Management Association of America's Global Leadership Award, and also was inducted into the National Academy of Construction. Named among the STEMconnector® top "100 CEO Leaders in STEM", Jacque also was honored with the University of Denver Korbel School of International Studies' International Bridge Builders Award. In addition, for her leadership advancing America's transportation infrastructure, the Conference of Minority Transportation Officials designated her among leading "Women Who Move the Nation". Before serving as CH2M's Chief Executive Officer, Jacque served as President of the firm's International Division, leading its multinational business with a focus on Brazil, Argentina, Mexico, Canada, United Kingdom, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Australia, Singapore, and China. Jacque also oversaw CH2M's largest acquisition, of the $1 billion Halcrow Group in the United Kingdom, for which she served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer through its integration. During her career with CH2M, Jacque has stewarded a number of iconic projects and programs that solidified CH2M's global industry leadership, including expansion of the Panama Canal; the MASDAR sustainable city in Abu Dhabi; and the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, regarded as the most sustainable in history. Jacque earned her bachelor's degree in civil and environmental engineering from Pennsylvania State University, and received the University's highest honor, the Distinguished Alumni Award, in 2015. A graduate of the Stanford University Executive Program, Jacque also is a registered professional engineer and accredited by the U.S. Green Building Council's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) program.

Lisa Glatch , , , Executive Vice President, Growth & Sales

As executive vice president for Growth & Sales, Lisa Glatch leads CH2M’s business growth efforts including strategic planning, client account management, strategic growth initiatives, business development processes and tools, branding and marketing and government affairs. Lisa is an industry veteran with more than 32 years of experience in professional services across a wide range of industries spanning North America, South America, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Australia. Prior to joining CH2M, Lisa served as senior vice president of global sales for Jacobs based in Pasadena, California. She spent 24 years with Fluor in a series of roles with increasing responsibility, including process engineering, project management, functional management, client account management and business group management, with profit and loss responsibility for Fluor's Telecommunications, U.S. Government, and Energy & Chemicals units. In the wake of 9/11, she served as a loaned executive to the U.S. Department of Transportation and received the Medal of Honor for her work. Lisa started her career as a process engineer with Chevron in San Francisco. Education Lisa holds a bachelor of science degree with honors in chemical engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder (1984). She completed the International Management Program at the Thunderbird School of Global Management (1994) and the Advanced Management Program at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania (1999). Honing her governance skills, Lisa participated in the Stanford Graduate School of Business Directors’ Consortium (2016). Professional/Community Affiliations • Vice Chair & Member, University of Colorado Boulder Engineering Advisory Committee (2009-2017) • Founding Member, United Way of Orange County Women’s Philanthropy Fund • Chair & Member, Fluor Executive Leadership Development Forum (2001-2007) • Executive leader, Fluor Foundation Charitable Contributions Program (2005-2007) • Executive leader, Fluor Strategic College Relations Program (2005-2007) • Executive leader, Fluor Project Management Development Forum (2007-2010)

Shelie Gustafson , , , Chief Human Resources Officer

Joined CH2M March 2007

Shelie Gustafson is CH2M’s senior vice president and Chief Human Resource Officer, where she is responsible for aligning and delivering on people strategies that will advance CH2M’s business.

Shelie is passionate about maximizing business success through people and fostering a unique and inclusive culture to attract the world’s best talent—those who are inspired and committed to solving our clients’ greatest challenges.

Shelie joined CH2M in 2007 as the Human Resources (HR) director for the former Operations & Maintenance Business Group. In 2009, she served as HR strategic director for a number of businesses, and in 2011, Shelie was appointed vice president, global HR delivery overseeing HR delivery in North and South America, Asia Pacific, Middle East/India and Europe. Shelie has also led the HR integration of several acquisitions at CH2M.

Previously, Shelie held a variety of roles in the technology, financial services and oil and gas business sectors. She has lived and worked in Europe and specializes in transformation efforts as well as organizational effectiveness.

Shelie holds a bachelor’s degree in business from Regis University and a master’s degree in communications from the University of Colorado. She also holds the designation of senior professional in human resources (SPHR) and global professional in human resources (GPHR) from the Human Resource Certification Institute.

Gary L. McArthur , , , Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer

Joined CH2M August 2014

Gary McArthur is the Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer (CFO) for CH2M. Located in Denver, Colorado, he has full responsibility for the global financial and information technology operations for the firm, including accounting, treasury, tax, corporate development, financial reporting and information technology.

Gary has more than 30 years of accounting and finance experience, his last eight as the Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer for Harris Corporation, a New York Stock Exchange listed Fortune 500 international communications and information technology company serving government and commercial customers. During his 17 years with Harris, Gary served as Vice President of Finance and Treasurer and Vice President and Director of Corporate Development, in addition to his role of CFO. Gary served as Vice President of Finance and Treasurer and also Vice President and Director of Corporate Development. Prior to joining Harris, he served as Chief Financial Officer of 3D EYE, Inc., Executive Director (Mexico) and Director of Corporate Development at Nextel, Associate for Corporate Finance at Lehman Brothers, Inc. and emerging business consultant and staff accountant at Deloitte & Touche.

Gary has extensive experience in leading global finance and accounting organizations, Securities Exchange Commission and Sarbanes-Oxley compliance; corporate strategy; mergers, acquisitions and divestitures; banking; enterprise risk management and investor relations.

Education

Gary has a master’s degree in business administration from the Harvard Busines School, a bachelor’s degree in accounting from the University of Utah and is a Certified Public Accountant.

Tom McCoy , , , Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary

Joined CH2M September 2014

Tom McCoy is the Executive Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary for CH2M, based in Denver, Colorado, and Washington, D.C. Tom specializes in counseling senior executives and boards of directors in legal strategies for sophisticated business opportunities and challenges. With over 35 years of experience as a lawyer and leader, Tom most recently served as a partner in the global law firm of O’Melveny & Myers in its Washington, D.C. and Silicon Valley offices. Tom’s focus was strategic counseling in high-profile transactional, litigation and regulatory matters. He also has experience as a business trial lawyer specializing in antitrust, securities and intellectual property litigation.

For 16 years prior to O’Melveny & Myers, Tom was an executive with Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. (AMD), a Fortune 500, Silicon Valley-based semiconductor company. During this time, he served as a Senior Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary; Executive Vice President, Legal Affairs and Chief Administrative Officer; and Executive Vice President, Legal, Corporate and Public Affairs. Tom led their Law Department; Business Development and Strategy; Human Resources; Public Relations; International Policy, Government Relations and Community Affairs; Employee Culture and Communications; Global Services (facilities; environmental, health and safety, etc.); Information Technology (including acting CIO); and was the founding chair, AMD Foundation.

Education/Certification

Tom has a law degree from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in history from Stanford University.

Professional Affiliations

Tom is a frequent speaker on the ethical principles of leadership and building high-performance, high-trust organizations. He is a five-time attendee and speaker at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. He has addressed the Commissioners of the European Commission and the Economic Ministers of the Member States on the Competitiveness of Europe in Technology. Tom is a former member of the Board of Directors of the Markula Center for Applied Ethics at Santa Clara University, and a current member of the Board of Directors for the Juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia.

Gregory T. McIntyre , , , President, State & Local Governments Client Sector

Greg McIntyre serves as president of CH2M's State & Local Governments Client Sector. In this role, he leads the firm's global business serving clients in cities, counties, states, local authorities and provinces in the areas of water, environment, transportation and social infrastructure. Greg's focus is helping his team of more than 9,000 professionals bring customized and complete solutions to local government clients and deliver projects that transform not only the urban setting, but also the way the world's urban populations interact with their infrastructure, their governments, their cities and their environment. This client sector represents more than $2 billion of the firm's revenue. Greg has been with CH2M his entire career and is a member of our Board of Directors. President, Global Business Groups Most recently, Greg served as CH2M's operations director for all global business groups. In this role, he oversaw cross-business group collaboration and performance for water, oil and gas, transportation, nuclear/environment and industrial/urban environments as well as the firm's Global Design Centers, Quality function, and Health, Safety, Security & Environment organization. President, Global Water Business Group Previously, Greg served as CH2M's Global Water Business Group president where he had full profit and loss responsibility for the global water business and was responsible for all water activities within CH2M water business, including leading more than 5,000 water professionals, in 175 offices, in more than 50 countries worldwide. Managing Director, Halcrow, United Kingdom Greg served as the managing director of Halcrow, acquired by CH2M in November 2011. He oversaw all aspects of Halcrow's international operations including 6,000 employees worldwide and was responsible for integration into CH2M International Operations. Managing Director, CH2M London 2012 Olympics and Paralympic Games Greg formerly served as CH2M's managing director and as the overall London 2012 deputy program manager for Joint Venture CLM Delivery Partner, under contract to the UK Olympic Delivery Authority. He served as the project manager for the Athlete's Village and managed the core design management and technical group, as well as the assurance functions of health and safety, environment and sustainability and quality. Education Greg has a master's degree in environmental and water resource engineering from Vanderbilt University and a bachelor's degree in environmental engineering from the University of Florida. He also received the Advanced Management Certification for International Senior Managers from the Harvard University Graduate School of Business Administration. He is a registered professional (chartered) engineer.

Thomas L. Pennella , , , Senior Vice President, Director of Capital Planning

As Director of Capital Planning, Tom Pennella is responsible for leading the evaluation and pursuit of options to increase liquidity for our shareholders and provide a long-term capital structure needed to support our company's continued profitable growth. Additionally, Tom retains leadership responsibility for the firm's remaining Power EPC project portfolio. Prior to his current role, Tom served as the president of our former Industrial & Urban Environments Business Group. In this role, Tom was responsible for supporting profitable growth of the Industrial & Advanced Technology and Urban Environments and Sports business operations. Tom has more than 30 years of leadership and management experience in creating, defining and delivering effective solutions to address complex business and technical needs. Tom is focused on enhancing clients' profitability and competitiveness through effective management and delivery of projects related to power generation, industrial processes, civil infrastructure and sustainable urban environments. He is experienced in defining and achieving business objectives from planning through implementation for operations, organizations, systems, technologies and projects. He has a track-record of effectiveness in cross-cultural and multicultural settings. Throughout his career, Tom has successfully completed numerous business management and project assignments encompassing strategy development, business planning, project management, technical consulting and project delivery. He has led projects and programs in our Water, Industrial, Environmental, Nuclear and Energy markets. Previously, Tom served as the global operations director for CH2M's former Energy Market with an emphasis on supporting the Power operation. Tom has also served as CH2M's regional managing director for the Middle East operation, and as operations manager for International Operations. During this time, he was responsible for the development, leadership and management to further CH2M's market presence, delivery capacity and long-term business objectives outside of the U.S. Concurrently, Tom led the effort to define and launch what has become the firm's Urban Environments and Sports business. Earlier, as CH2M's director of Corporate Development, Tom directed CH2M's investments in strategic acquisitions and integration of major business operations to build capabilities in critical growth markets including industrial, transportation, water resources, oil and gas and power. Prior to joining CH2M in 1984, Tom worked for General Electric (GE) as an international field engineer within GE's Gas Turbine Division. During this time, he completed turbine/generator installation and start-up projects in Saudi Arabia, Canada, Australia, Puerto Rico and various locations within the U.S. Education • Master's degree in business administration, Georgia State University, cum laude 1998 • Post Baccalaureate Studies, humanities, Georgia State University, 1989 to 1990 • Post Baccalaureate Studies, School of Mechanical Engineering, Georgia Institute of Technology, 1988 • Bachelor of Science, mechanical engineering, Clarkson University, cum laude 1980

Terry A. Ruhl , , , President, National Governments Client Sector

Based out of CH2M"s Colorado headquarters, Terry Ruhl leads our US$2-billion National Governments business, partnering with governments around the world to advance their defense, infrastructure, environmental, social and economic missions. Terry is responsible for the growth and profitability of four operational units serving the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S Department of Energy and Atomic Energy of Canada Limited, U.S. Civilian Agencies and International Governments. He is also a member of our Board of Directors. With close to 2000 employees located in offices around the world, the National Governments team delivers projects in Africa, Asia, Australia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and North America. Prior to this appointment, Terry served from 2012-2016 as the president of our global Transportation business. Under his leadership, CH2M became one of the largest transportation consulting practices in the industry, doubling in size and profitability and achieving the No.3 Transportation Design Firm ranking by Engineering News-Record. He is nationally recognized as an expert in civil infrastructure planning and design and has significant experience in various modes of transportation including aviation, highway, bridge, maritime, rail and pedestrian facilities. In 2011, Terry worked on two acquisitions to grow CH2M"s Transportation business. The firm acquired Booz Allen Hamilton"s State & Local Government Transportation Consulting practice to round out its full-service Transit & Rail capabilities. CH2M also acquired Halcrow Group, a UK-based consultancy specializing in transportation planning, design and management services for infrastructure development worldwide. Terry is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE Fellow), the Institute of Transportation Engineers and the Transportation Research Board. He was appointed to the University of Denver Transportation Institute Board Of Directors in 2014, and previously served as the Board of Directors Chair for the Airport Consultants Council, Advisory Board Member of the College of Engineering at Colorado State University and as a Global Executive Council Member of the Project Management Institute. He has written numerous articles on airport planning and engineering as well as overall transportation and business management issues. Terry has a bachelor's degree in civil engineering from Colorado State University (Distinguished Alumni Award recipient); a master's degree in transportation engineering from the University of California, Berkeley; and has taken numerous executive education courses in leadership development, business administration and finance from institutions such as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Sloan School of Management, Thunderbird School of Global Management, University of Michigan Business School and Harvard Business School

Matthew Sutton , , , President, Private Client Sector

Matthew Sutton is president of CH2M's private client sector business. He leads overall global management, strategy, operations and growth of the business, including a worldwide staff of nearly 6,000 professionals in the Americas, Europe, Middle East, Africa, India and Asia Pacific. CH2M's private sector serves major corporations in the oil and gas, manufacturing, industrial, power, chemical, life sciences, electronics and advanced facilities sectors. Matthew was formerly president of CH2M's Environment & Nuclear business, its largest operation and market-leading business group—ranked as a leader in Engineering News Record's Top 200 Environmental Firms since 2006, and cited by independent analyst Verdantix as a top leader in the environmental services market in their 2016 Green Quadrant Environmental Benchmark Survey. Matthew has three decades of professional experience focused on executive management in environmental consulting and engineering, organizational and business development, and delivering full asset life cycle professional and technical services for private industry and government organizations. With a proven record of driving performance excellence and growth by focusing on client-centric solutions, technical innovation, employee engagement and safety, Matthew has established enduring business relationships and advocacy with key private and public sector clients, delivering solutions through comprehensive services in: • Site Planning and Permitting • Environmental Health and Safety • Advanced Facilities and Life Sciences • Site Remediation and Revitalization • Process Engineering (Hydrocarbons) • Facilities and Infrastructure • Industrial Water • Sustainability /Climate Adaptation A recognized leader in the environmental and engineering industry, Matthew was invited to high level talks with the Deputy Minister of Environmental Protection in China on advancing air pollution control, hazardous waste management and environmental health and safety in regulatory regimes. He is a dynamic speaker at environmental industry panels, conferences and forums, including keynoting an annual remediation conference in Melbourne, Australia. Previously, Matthew was Chief Executive of AECOM's flagship environmental business, responsible for $2.5 billion in revenue, and which during his tenure received many thought leadership, environmental, climate change, and health and safety industry and client awards. He has held senior leadership positions with top environmental firms Arcadis, Dames & Moore, Harding & Lawson and Groundwater Technology. His career includes technical positions as principal chemical engineer, director of engineering, research & development, innovation, as well as in alternative delivery and performance-based contracting. An American Institute of Chemical Engineers member, Mathew received his bachelor's degree in chemical engineering from the University of New Hampshire.

Jan Walstrom , , , Senior Vice President and Operations Director, U.S. Civilian Agencies

Joined CH2M December 1992

Jan Walstrom serves as CH2M’s Senior Vice President and Operations Director for U.S. Civilian Agencies.

In this role, Jan is responsible for leading the company’s ability to align, execute and renew itself at a pace of play that results in sustained industry leadership, performance excellence and continuous improvement over time. The Enterprise Project Delivery function works collaboratively with all company operating units through targeted activities designed to improve the strategic, financial and operational performance of the enterprise as measured through achievement of identified client, business portfolio, financial and people outcomes.

With more than 25 years of experience in the engineering and construction industry, Jan possesses a broad and diverse background from overall management of individual business unit profit and loss to program/project management associated with some of the world’s most challenging programs. She was an integral member of the Kaiser-Hill leadership team responsible for successfully closing the Department of Energy’s Rocky Flats Nuclear Weapons Complex in 2005. Jan also served in two different roles on the CLM Delivery Partner program leadership team responsible for planning and delivering the infrastructure and venues for the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Most recently, Jan served as CH2M’s Chief Learning Officer, responsible for developing and leading implementation of the strategy for learning and development across the CH2M family of companies. Serving as member of the Human Resources leadership team, Jan was the principal interface with the firm’s executives for all learning, talent management and organizational development processes and activities.

Previously serving as CH2M’s Director of Program & Project Management, Jan led the development, implementation and stewardship of CH2M’s Program Management Framework, the enterprise platform (standards, systems, processes, means, methods and tools) for the management of all types of major projects/programs within the company’s markets worldwide. She was also responsible for the training and development of CH2M’s program and project managers.

Jan is a published author, conference presenter and panelist in the areas of sustainability, environmental management, program and project management, contract and financial management, risk management, business mentor-protégé relations, leadership development, and learning and organizational development.

Jan received her bachelor’s degree, with honors, in organismic biology from the University of Tulsa and completed graduate studies in botany from the University of Oklahoma.

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