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CH2M expands pipeline facilities in Houston

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CH2M, a global engineering and consulting firm delivering sustainable solutions for industry and infrastructure, has announced the expansion of its US pipeline and facilities engineering capabilities in Houston.

CH2M named KC Yost, a 40 year industry veteran who recently joined the firm after 18 years at Wood Group Mustang, to lead this new group.

Yost is recognised as a pipeline and facilities technical authority and expert regarding the design and construction of pipelines. He is a licensed Professional Engineer in 29 states and is experienced in programme, project, and construction management; due diligence and feasibility studies; route selection, piping and facility design; estimating; hydraulic analysis; contract and material specifications; code compliance audits and evaluations; and permit acquisitions.

He has worked on a variety of gas and liquid hydrocarbon pipeline projects ranging from one to more than 1000 miles (1.6 km to 1609 km) throughout the Americas.

"CH2M is taking the long-term view when it comes to meeting our client needs," said Chip Mitchell, President of CH2M's Energy & Industrial business segment.

"The need for major oil and gas pipeline infrastructure remains significant throughout the United States, Canada and Mexico. We're building this team in Houston now, with established connections across our vast network of talent, to help our clients quickly respond as the market strengthens."

Edited from source by Elizabeth Corner

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