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CH2M Uses TNC Collaboration to Propel Green Infrastructure

Date: 01 July 2015

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Executive Summary

In August of 2014, CH2M, a global integrated engineering and consulting firm, entered into a five-year collaborative agreement with The Nature Conservancy (TNC) in an effort to complete a number of projects involving sustainable development and green infrastructure. Using each other’s internal capabilities, external connections and available resources, the duo hopes to complete a number of flagship-type projects which will address issues such as foggy project economics and hard-to-quantify co-benefits, and further illuminate the value of green infrastructure and sustainable development when it comes to solving tomorrow’s problems. 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

CH2M USES TNC COLLABORATION TO PROPEL GREEN INFRASTRUCTURE
CH2M TNC Collaboration Is A Strategic Move To Push Green Infrastructure And Sustainable Development
The Central Objective Is To Develop Further Proof Points To Spur The Use Of Green Infrastructure
Collaboration Puts CH2M In A Position To Strengthen Its Claim On The GI Market

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

3M, AECOM, Boeing, Cargill, CH2M, Coca Cola, Dow Chemical, Dupont, HDR, ICF International, Onondaga County, Royal Dutch Shell, Stantec, The Nature Conservancy (TNC), University of Michigan