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Hill International wins 'Acheiver' award

Posted on October 21, 2014

Hill International received the Consultancy Enterprise Agility Achiever Award from Entrepreneur Qatar magazine. The award was presented to Hill at the Qatar Enterprise Agility Awards Gala held in Sept. at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Doha, Qatar.

"We are honored that Entrepreneur Qatar has recognized Hill with this award," said Raouf S. Ghali, president of Hill's Project Management Group (International). "The award is the result of the hard work of many Hill professionals, not just in Qatar but around the world."

The Qatar Enterprise Agility Awards are produced by BNC Publishing recognizing businesses in more than 20 achievement categories. The Enterprise Agility Achievers have established themselves as clear industry innovators who have made significant contributions to the Qatari business arena and set the benchmark for corporations operating in the Gulf Cooperation Council nations.

Hill International, with 4,500 professionals in 100 offices worldwide, provides program management, project management, construction management, construction claims and other consulting services primarily to the buildings, transportation, environmental, energy and industrial markets.

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