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A distinguished panel of judges possessing a vast array of environmental and technical expertise selected this year's best engineering triumphs using criteria such as uniqueness and originality, complexity, and technical, economic and social value. The CH2M projects receiving awards were: Iowa 100 Extension Project — Iowa Department of Transportation The 8-mile IA 100 Extension project, located on the west side of Cedar Rapids in Linn County, extends IA 100 from its current terminus at Edgewood Road west and south to U.S. Highway 30 (US 30). The new access-controlled, four-lane divided highway includes three service interchanges and a system interchange at US 30. The project corridor was very tight with numerous sensitive environmental and right-of-way constraints. Innovative design approach techniques and solutions were implemented to manage these constraints and minimize project impacts within the corridor while also fulfilling the transportation need of the IA 100 facility. CH2M has provided a variety of environmental task work and preliminary and final design on Iowa DOT's IA 100 Extension project since 1999. Geospatial Asset Inventory Program – Peachtree Corners, Georgia The award-winning project grew out of the City's need to take stock of the signage, communication systems and related assets along 122 centerline miles of roads and rights-of-way in the city limits. Peachtree Corners opted to use LiDAR, a remote sensing technology that uses laser pulses to measure distance between points and produce maps. CH2M has performed public works, code enforcement and related municipal services for Peachtree Corners since 2013. In addition, CH2M provided design services for two National Recognition Award recipients, Gerald R. Ford International Airport Drainage Improvements and the Sellwood Bridge Replacement project. The ACEC Engineering Excellence Awards competition and black-tie Gala celebrate the innovation, expertise, and achievements of private engineering firms from throughout the nation. The awards Gala – known as the "Academy Awards" of the engineering industry – showcased National Recognition Award winners during a ceremony on April 25, 2017, in Washington, D.C. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-projects-receive-2017-national-recognition-award-by-american-council-of-engineering-companies-300455320.html


CH2M's partnership with the community will focus on supporting an aging workforce and providing additional expertise on water quality sampling for the Township's drinking water quality management system. The drinking water QMS includes the transmission and distribution of potable drinking water to consumers and services to approximately 1,264 connections throughout the Township. "The Township of Lucan Biddulph, in awarding us this contract, is not only gaining a trusted partner for its OM services, but also access to our industry-leading practices and training to strengthen its entire organization," said CH2M OM Services Senior Vice President and Managing Director Steve Meininger. Several other municipalities and communities in Canada already signed on to access this expertise, including the nearby Municipality of Huron East, where CH2M is providing operations and management services at three mechanical wastewater treatment facilities and four well-based water-supply treatment and distribution systems. CH2M also holds contracts with the Municipality of Lambton Shores for its various treatment and distribution systems, the Village of Oil Springs' wastewater treatment plant, St. Clair Township, the Town of Petrolia and the Town of Plympton-Wyoming in Ontario. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-selected-to-provide-operations-and-maintenance-services-for-township-of-lucan-biddulph-300456209.html


News Article | May 12, 2017
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Grupo Clarín will retain substantially all assets and liabilities, and continue with substantially all the activities and operations of its remaining business segments that are not be specifically allocated to CVH. Accordingly, the Company Financial Statements as of March 2017 presented the figures of the Cable, Internet Access and Telephony segment as discontinued operations for all periods; all the activities and operations of its remaining business segments are consolidated as continued operations. This is the result of the implementation of International Financial Reporting Standards ("IFRS") number 5. In spite of that, for the purpose of this presentation, figures have been prepared including continued and discontinued operations. For further information about continued and discontinued operations, see the appendix of this presentation or our Financial Statements as of March 2017. (1)  We define Adjusted EBITDA as net sales minus cost of sales (excluding depreciation and amortization) and selling and administrative expenses (excluding depreciation and amortization). We believe that Adjusted EBITDA is a meaningful measure of our performance. It is commonly used to analyze and compare media companies on the basis of operating performance, leverage and liquidity. Nonetheless, Adjusted EBITDA is not a measure of net income or cash flow from operations and should not be considered as an alternative to net income, an indication of our financial performance, an alternative to cash flow from operating activities or a measure of liquidity. Other companies may compute Adjusted EBITDA in a different manner; therefore, Adjusted EBITDA as reported by other companies may not be comparable to Adjusted EBITDA as we report it. (2) We define Adjusted EBITDA Margin as Adjusted EBITDA over Net Sales. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/grupo-clarin-announces-its-results-for-the-first-quarter-2017-1q17-300456696.html


News Article | May 17, 2017
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The IDT's unique innovation forum and process to drive innovation from both the programme and project level, helped to identify over 127 innovations over the past two years, such as data management, drone technology, 3D augmented reality to safety applications, intelligent infrastructure and green infrastructure trials. These innovations not only benefit the Thames Estuary, but also the wider flood coastal and risk management community. "The programme was recognised for how it has been set up to innovate with a systematic approach, and how the wide range of partners bring innovative approaches to the programme and take them back to transform their own businesses," said Andrew Pearce, TEAM2100 programme director and the Environment Agency executive manager and deputy director for asset management operations. "The Environment Agency's collaborative and transparent approach to the TEAM2100 programme has enabled the whole team to align innovation efforts with the needs of the programme. With the confidence that comes from long-term commitments and using a collective innovation platform to test and drive new ideas, we have adopted some of the industry's latest technologies in understanding some of the Thames Estuary's oldest structures," added Bryan Harvey, CH2M Team2100 programme director. Drone technology, an example of one of the latest technologies implemented on the programme, brought major improvements to the safety of inspections, enabling Team2100 to collect data in minutes that previously would have taken days or weeks. This not only increased efficiency, but also provided enhanced flood risk management for the environment and the many stakeholders that reside, work and enjoy life along the Thames Estuary. TEAM2100 received the award at the Flood and Coast 2017 Conference in Telford, U.K., where TEAM2100 Design Lead Darren Milsom made a presentation to the judging panelists detailing innovations in asset management. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programmes like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and programme management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/environment-agency-recognizes-team2100-for-coastal-risk-and-resilience-innovations-300459391.html


The Nevada Transportation Board, chaired by Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval, along with the Regional Transportation Commission in Washoe County identified reconstructing the nearly 50-year-old Reno Spaghetti Bowl, which serves over 300,000 vehicles daily, as high-priority for the state. Due to the rapid growth in the region and the outdated design, the Spaghetti Bowl and adjacent interchanges often become congested, spiking an increase in accidents. To support the accelerated effort to update the interchange, CH2M's environmental and preliminary design services will help NDOT reach its goals of: "The Reno Spaghetti Bowl reconstruction is regionally significant, politically sensitive and technically complex," said Susan Martinovich, CH2M North American highways and bridges practice leader. "We understand how to get these types of improvements built because we're passionate about improving our world. In this case, we'll not only improve the commute for Nevada drivers and visitors, but also make the environmental and preliminary design process quicker and easier for NDOT." The I-80/I-580/US 395 interchange reconstruction is not CH2M's first technically challenging, time-critical NDOT project. Over the last eight years, CH2M played an integral role in expediting the National Environmental Policy Act and design process on Project NEON in Las Vegas, the largest public works project in Nevada history. The firm is also working with NDOT to support the state's vision to develop a collaborative policy framework for continuing autonomous vehicle and connected vehicle initiatives, and further paving the way for a smooth and safe transportation future in the state. Learn more about CH2M's work on complex infrastructure projects around the globe. Want to be a part of game-changing projects? CH2M is hiring! Pave the way for your exciting future and view our available opportunities. About CH2M CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-nevada-department-of-transportation-paving-the-way-for-critical-reno-spaghetti-bowl-improvements-300457934.html


Honeywell received U.S. Environmental Protection Agency approval for its Final Remedial Design and Remedial Work Plan in 2016. Remedial cleanup using soil solidification is now underway at the site. When complete, the remediation action will poise the site for redevelopment, bringing economic benefits to the Edgewater community. "We're proud to partner with Honeywell on this important next remediation phase to protect human health and the environment, and provide opportunity for redevelopment in the Edgewater community," said Stephen Zarlinski, CH2M Program Manager for Honeywell. Throughout the two-year remediation effort, the CH2M-led team will treat 150,000 cubic yards of soil. Soil solidification is a highly effective on-site treatment method that is protective of the community and environment, minimizes disruption to the community and business enterprises and allows for site redevelopment in a shorter timeframe. "Projects like Quanta show what we can accomplish together with our clients to breathe new life into communities, creating more livable and workable spaces," added CH2M Private Client Sector President, Matthew Sutton. CH2M and Honeywell work together on projects throughout the U.S. and Canada, from remediation, site evaluation and environmental compliance support, to building solutions for municipal and wastewater treatment, automation and control systems. Currently, CH2M provides site characterization, remediation and closure services at Honeywell legacy sites across 14 states and in Canada. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-provides-construction-management-for-quanta-resources-corporation-superfund-site-remedial-action-300462239.html


Sky as the Limit, a new, revolutionary eCommerce and information based platform designed to bring all site visitors the tips, tricks, industry updates, and latest products in the ever expanding and ever elusive Drone Aircraft industry, this week officially opened its virtual doors to all individuals intent on being part of the drone revolution in the United States today. Borne from the passion of a longtime pilot to bring the benefits and transportation abilities of drones into the future, Sky as the Limit is set to sell its listed drones to customers throughout the world. “Drones are the latest thing in air travel – and their potential for consumer revolution is enormous,” said Frank Nesbitt, Founder and Owner of Sky as the Limit. “These little robotic elements are going to change how we interact, how we receive packages, how we send packages, how we deliver information, and so much more. This platform is here to be part of this change.” Sky as the Limit’s inventory updates daily to bring new drone models and versions to the forefront of the platform. Products currently available for purchase include X600 2.4GHz 4 CH 6 Axis Hexacopter With Headless Mode & Auto Return, X500 2.46 6 Axis 3D Roll FPV Quadcopter, X101 Quadcopter 2.4g 6-Axis RC Drone, and SymaX5C Explorers 4CH 2.4GHz 6 Axis Gyro RC Quadcopter +2.0MP HD Camera. “Now is the time to get ahead of the revolutionary change possible with the drone industry,” said Nesbitt. “This platform is here to aid in that quest. Spread the word on the opening of our store front, and head on over today to check out our drone inventory.”


News Article | May 3, 2017
Site: www.nature.com

On page 84, Juliá-Hernández and co-workers1 report a remarkable feat of chemical selectivity: a process that converts isomeric mixtures of compounds known as alkenes into single fatty acids, by reacting them with the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide. The process not only overcomes a problem that has long hampered the chemical processing of petroleum-derived alkenes, but also might have many applications — fatty acids are crucial ingredients in products such as rubber, soaps and plastics, and it is estimated2 that they will have a global market value of US$20 billion by 2023. The past 100 years have witnessed remarkable discoveries that have greatly advanced the synthetic use of alkenes — simple hydrocarbons that contain carbon–carbon double bonds (C=C bonds). Reactions of C=C bonds have thus become central to the synthesis of products ranging from plastics to complex pharmaceutical agents, because they enable the ready conversion of cheap and abundant petroleum-derived alkenes to value-added products. But such alkenes are often mixtures of regioisomers, in which the C=C bond is located at different positions along a hydrocarbon backbone. Reactions of regioisomeric alkene mixtures frequently yield multiple products, which must be separated, and at great cost. Some chemical processes circumvent this problem, but reactions in which regioisomeric alkenes selectively generate single products remain rare3. The production of fatty acids also comes with selectivity problems. Most fatty acids are prepared on industrial scales by breaking down animal- and plant-derived lipids using water4. This allows fatty acids to be used as a renewable feedstock chemical (a raw material that can be used in bulk for industrial processes), but the compounds are mainly isolated as complex mixtures of fatty acids of varying chain lengths. Separation by fractional distillation and further chemical modification are subsequently required to generate the pure, non-natural fatty acids typically required for the production of fine chemicals, such as pharmaceutical ingredients or detergents. An alternative approach commonly adopted for making short-chain acids involves the reaction of simple alkenes with carbon monoxide (a cheap feedstock gas) and water. This process, known as hydrocarboxylation, can be promoted by metal catalysts. For example, the industrial production of propanoic acid (C H COOH) relies on the nickel-catalysed hydrocarboxylation of ethene (CH =CH ), another abundant, petroleum-derived feedstock gas5. Notably, the high natural abundance of nickel makes it an economical and sustainable alternative to commonly used precious-metal catalysts. But although hydrocarboxylation works well for pure, simple alkene substrates, regioisomeric alkene mixtures generate product mixtures that are difficult to separate. Juliá-Hernández and co-workers have developed a two-step process that converts isomeric alkenes and CO into single fatty acids (Fig. 1). The process begins by exposing mixtures of regioisomeric alkenes to hydrobromic acid, which adds a hydrogen and a bromine atom across the C=C bond in each isomer. In the second step, a catalyst — consisting of a nickel atom in complex with a large ligand molecule — inserts its nickel atom into the resulting carbon–bromine bond, forming an intermediate that contains a carbon–nickel (C–Ni) bond in the middle of a hydrocarbon chain. Interactions between the bulky nickel complex and neighbouring hydrocarbon groups destabilize this intermediate. Through a series of previously well-characterized organometallic processes, the nickel group subsequently 'walks' down the chain until it reaches a position that is free from these adverse interactions. The C–Ni bond then reacts with CO gas, a process known as carboxylation, forming a single fatty-acid product and regenerating the catalyst. Central to the success of this process is the chain-walking event. Compounds that contain C–Ni bonds often decompose through a pathway called β-hydride elimination, which forms an alkene and a compound that contains a nickel–hydrogen (Ni–H) bond. Importantly, this process is reversible, which means that the nickel and hydrogen atoms in the Ni–H bond can reattach to the alkene to form one of two possible isomeric nickel-containing compounds. One of these isomers is the same species that generated the alkene, but the other contains a C–Ni bond at the next carbon atom along the hydrocarbon chain — as though the nickel atom has taken a step along the chain. Juliá-Hernández et al. have fashioned this often deleterious side reaction into the directable chain-walking event described above. The chain-walking event is analogous to that observed with certain zirconium-containing reagents6, but Juliá-Hernández and co-workers' process is catalytic and uses a widely available, inexpensive nickel salt, which makes the process potentially economically viable for fine-chemical production. The authors also found that chain walking could be initiated directly from a wide range of alkyl bromides (the bromine-containing compounds formed as intermediates in the first step of the process), rather than from alkenes, to form diverse acids in good yields. These acids could be used as versatile intermediates for organic synthesis. Juliá-Hernández et al. also performed their reaction using alkyl bromides that contain carbonyl (C=O) groups, which can stabilize adjacent carbon–metal bonds. The authors observed that carboxylation occurred preferentially next to the stabilizing groups in reactions carried out at 42–50 °C, whereas reactions at lower temperatures (10–25 °C) favoured carboxylation at the terminal position of the hydrocarbon chain, with modest to excellent selectivities. This provides a simple method for selectively generating either one of two products from a single set of reactants, and will be a powerful tool for synthesizing variants of structurally complex compounds. The authors' catalytic method enables the selective synthesis of useful fatty acids from readily available building blocks. Although still at a preliminary stage, these reactions could potentially underpin a new approach to the industrial production of fatty acids. Moreover, if other chain-walking events can be designed that terminate in reactions with reagents other than CO , this would dramatically expand the portfolio of chemicals that can be made from alkenes. At present, a two-step process is needed to convert petroleum-derived alkenes into fatty acids. But if a one-step, nickel-catalysed carboxylation can be developed for alkenes (or even for alkanes, analogues of alkenes that contain only single carbon–carbon bonds, and for which the authors also show some exciting preliminary results), it would open up these abundant chemical feedstocks for use in research in synthetic chemistry.


Hydrogels are networks of cross-linked macromolecular chains that have a highly porous structure enabling them to become swollen with water. They are soft structures with often complex viscoelastic properties that can be fine-tuned by adapting their chemical components and their cross-linking density. In this manner, they can be adapted to sense and adjust to changes in their environment, such as temperature, pH, pressure, light, or even the presence of other chemicals. A well-known family of hydrogels based on poly(ethylene oxide) (PEO) copolymers were combined with a mechanically robust polymer known as Nafion. The properties of the novel polymer complexes were revealed by a host of techniques, including Small Angle X-ray Scattering (SAXS) at the Small Angle Scattering and Diffraction beamline (I22) at Diamond Light Source. The addition of Nafion was shown to dramatically improve the mechanical properties of the hydrogels, making them a promising candidate for a variety of applications such as drug-release systems and 3-D-bioprinting. One of the most fascinating applications of hydrogels is in the field of drug-release. Hydrogels can be ingeniously tuned to change their phase from an injectable liquid into a gel within the body, which gradually dissolves to slowly release an entrapped drug. The benefits of this are wide-reaching for patients and healthcare professionals alike. Typically, injectable hydrogels are based on PEO copolymers as they are well characterised and have a defined phase transition to a gel at body temperature. However, these hydrogels have weak mechanical properties and release drugs rapidly. To address the shortcomings of the current wave of injectables, a team of scientists from the University of Central Lancashire, combined them with a mechanically stable polymer known as Nafion. This polymer was discovered in the late 1960s and has a unique array of properties that have led to its use as a proton exchange membrane for fuel cells. Since its biocompatible and nontoxic nature has been recently revealed, Nafion has also been used for biomedical applications such as implant coatings and biosensors. The team prepared mixtures of Nafion with two different copolymers: E P E and B E (where E was OCH CH , P was OCH CH(CH ) and B was OCH CH(C H )). Nafion bound extensively to the two copolymers as shown by a variety of techniques. As well as quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation monitoring (QCM-D), the hybrid hydrogels were subjected to dynamic light scattering, rheology, and SAXS. Dr Antonios Kelarakis, senior researcher at the University of Central Lancashire, and lead investigator of the study explained their approach: "We didn't want to compromise the injectability of the polymers with the addition of Nafion, so once we knew the hybrid hydrogels had the strong mechanical properties we needed, we used SAXS to explore their structure." At I22, the hydrogel mixtures were mounted between mica windows in a liquid cell equipped with a water-bath for temperature control. Two-dimensional SAXS patterns were collected using a Pilatus P3-2M area detector and all patterns were corrected for the incident beam fluctuations as well as air and instrument scatter prior to conversion to one-dimensional profiles. The addition of Nafion was shown to enhance the viscoelasticity of the existing copolymers, thereby improving their mechanical strength. Moreover, the mixtures also underwent sharp and thermally reversible sol-gel transitions below body temperature, indicating that they retained their injectable capability. The systems were also tested for their ability to release ibuprofen, and Nafion was shown to drastically decrease the release of the drug; an effect believed to be conferred by a lower porosity or stronger matrix-drug interactions. Dr Kelarakis elaborated on these discoveries, "As well as a vehicle for medicines, this polymer complex could be used as a bio-ink for 3-D printing as it easily converts from a liquid to a gel. There are few materials currently available for this technique, but we have shown we can make a promising material that can withstand a lot of stress." The next step for this fascinating research is a full investigation into the evolution of the hydrogel complex during stress, which will be accomplished in situ using a rheometer on I22. The team aim to explore the effects of Nafion on other polymers and also intend to introduce nanoparticles to the hydrogels, so that they could be used for bioimaging. The hope is that imaging molecules could be slowly released to the body close to the site of interest (such as a wound) to illuminate selected physiological components. Explore further: Polymer puts new medical solutions within reach More information: D. Fernandes et al. Novel hydrogels containing Nafion and poly(ethylene oxide) based block copolymers, Polymer (2017). DOI: 10.1016/j.polymer.2017.02.094


In line with the release of Flood Cloud, CH2M is offering a free, 45-minute webinar on June 6 to walk users through the basics of how to best use the new service to: "We're proud to provide our 25,000 users across the globe access to an on-demand, cloud-based resource that will deliver the step change needed for better information on flooding," said CH2M Technical Director for Flood Modeller Suite Dr. Jon Wicks. Flood Cloud will enable users to run Flood Modeller Pro 1D, 2D and 1D-2D linked models, as well as Flood Modeller (1D)-TUFLOW (2D) linked models. It will also be able to run HEC-RAS and TUFLOW only models in the near future. Are you interested in future modelling events from CH2M? Visit our events page for further information with regards to upcoming training courses and technical webinars. Land a rewarding career in river and flood engineering. View the available positions today. CH2M leads the professional services industry delivering sustainable solutions benefiting societal, environmental and economic outcomes with the development of infrastructure and industry. In this way, CH2Mers make a positive difference providing consulting, design, engineering and management services for clients needing world-class solutions in environmental; industrial and advanced facilities; transportation; and water markets, from iconic infrastructure to global programs like the Olympic Games. Ranked among the World's Most Ethical Companies and top firms in environmental consulting and program management, CH2M in 2016 became the first professional services firm honored with the World Environment Center Gold Medal Award for efforts advancing sustainable development. Connect with CH2M at www.ch2m.com; LinkedIn; Twitter; and Facebook. Parallel Works is a next-generation technical computing platform for engineers and scientists to easily scale simulation and modeling workflows across high-performance computing systems in the cloud. The Parallel Works cloud platform enables domain experts across diverse industries to execute sophisticated parallel simulation studies without the complexities of cloud management or parallel programming. To view the original version on PR Newswire, visit:http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/ch2m-releases-game-changing-cloud-based-flood-modelling-service-offering-seamless-user-experience-300466820.html

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