Lucki named Chief Financial Officer at CH2M HILL

09/29/2010


Denver-based CH2M HILL named Michael A. Lucki, CPA, as its new chief financial officer. Lucki will assume his new responsibilities effective November 1, 2010. Lucki is a seasoned veteran with more than 30 years of international experience in the engineering and construction industry. He joins CH2M HILL from Ernst & Young LLP (E&Y) where he was a partner and led the Global Engineering and Construction (E&C) Industry Practice since 1994 and the Global Infrastructure Practice since 2008.

In his role with CH2M HILL, Lucki will be responsible for the oversight and leadership of the day-to-day global financial operations for the firm, including financial reporting, accounting, corporate finance and taxation. Lucki will also be an important part of CH2M HILL’s mergers and acquisitions team.

Previously as the Global Practice Leader for Ernst & Young’s Global Engineering and Construction Industry Practice, Lucki grew the practice from $50 million in annual revenue in 1995 to a global practice with $550 million in annual revenue and the largest professional firm providing services to the engineering and construction industry in 2010.



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