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Gregory T. McIntyre

President, State & Local Governments Client Sector

Joined CH2M
September 1981

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.

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.

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.  

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.

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.

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.