In the new role, Ferrera will serve as the senior executive responsible for all nuclear activities across the liabilities management, commercial nuclear power and national security markets.
“Denny understands the unique demands and requirements of nuclear projects and programs from his 30 year career delivering nuclear projects and programs,” says Mike McKelvy, President of CH2M Government, Environment & Infrastructure Division.
Ferrera is currently the chief operating officer of the nuclear group and his most recent project was serving as Program Manager for Enabling Works for the London 2012 Olympics Program.
The Works Program received the prestigious United Kingdom Construction Industry Special Judges Award for 2010 and Ferrera’s role included prepping the Olympic site through environmental remediation, site preparation, logistics and security.
Ferrera specializes in infrastructure management, decommissioning, manufacturing and environmental remediation and has managed projects with budgets over $1billion and more than 1,200 personnel during his career.