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Marlton-based Hill International, a global construction risk company, announced Monday that it has been awarded three regional Project Achievement Awards from different chapters of the Construction Management Association of America.

According to the announcement, Hill was awarded the “Best Project with a Constructed Value of Less Than $100 Million” for its management of the construction of the FBI Field Office in Norfolk, Va.  Hill was given the award by CMAA’s National Capital Chapter on April 9 at the chapter’s annual awards banquet.

Hill was also awarded the “New Construction, Value Less Than $100 Million” for its management of the construction of Bridgewater State University’s Weygand Hall in Bridgewater, Mass.  Hill was given the award by CMAA’s New England Chapter on April 22 at the chapter’s annual awards gala.

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Finally, Hill was awarded the “Best Transportation Project Valued Between $5-15 Million” for managing the construction of the San Francisco International Airport New Data Center Facility in San Francisco, Calif.  Hill was given the award by CMAA’s Northern California Chapter on May 22 at the chapter’s annual awards event.

"We are extremely proud of the outstanding talents and dedication of Hill's construction management professionals," David L. Richter, Hill's president and chief operating officer, said in a prepared statement. "We congratulate everyone that was part of these award-winning projects.”

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