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Hill honored for Delaware jobs

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Hill International's work with Bloom Energy has paid off in one additional way: the construction and project management firm earned two regional Project Achievement Awards from the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Construction Management Association of America, it announced Wednesday.

The Marlton-based company received the honors for a pair of Bloom Energy projects in Delaware: the Red Lion Energy Center in New Castle and the Bloom Energy Manufacturing Center in Newark.

"We are very proud to have been recognized by CMAA for our efforts on these two projects," Michael V. Griffin, senior vice president and Mid-Atlantic regional manager for Hill's Project Management Group, said in a news release. "We share these awards with all of our outstanding professionals who worked on these projects as well as our client Bloom Energy.”


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