Hill International Construction rose to the rankings of Management Firms

Hill International has risen in the rankings of Construction Management Firms: Hill International (NYSE: HIL), an international leader in the Management of Construction Risks, today announced the rise of the Engineering News-Record (ENR) magazine on the United States' largest list of Construction and Program Managers.

According to the statement, Hill; In the i Construction Management Firms ”ranking, it ranks ninth and seventh in the eld Construction Management Companies” and eighth in the “US Program Management Firms“.

"Hill International maintains its competitive position among similar firms and increases its market share," said David L. Richter, President and CEO of Hill. Richter, "Last year, the sector is showing a growth below 3% we have increased our revenues% 11, this year, we expect a stronger growth," he added.

Hill International, with its 100 office and 4,800 professional staff worldwide, will be the first in terms of buildings, transportation, environment, energy and industrial investments; program management, project management, construction management, construction claims and other consulting services. According to the measurement of the olarak Engineering News-Record yönetim magazine, Hill is the seventh largest construction management company in the United States. For more information about Hill please contact I www.hillintl.co Please visit the website.

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