CH2M Hill SVP & Water Tech Chief Glen Daigger Retires

Glen Daigger
Glen Daigger

Glen Daigger, senior vice president and chief water technology officer at CH2M Hill, has retired from full-time work after 35 years with the company but continues to serve as a special project adviser.

The firm said Monday that Daigger’s retirement is effective Dec. 19.

“We stand by Glen in celebration of his 35 years of service to CH2M HILL and our industry, as he settles into retirement and transitions to a new consulting role,” said Greg McIntyre, CH2M Hill president for the global water market.

Daigger has worked on wastewater treatment technologies for the company, including water recycling and sustainability projects for cities around the world.

He is the first technical fellow at CH2M Hill and a former president of the International Water Association and chairperson of environmental systems engineering at Clemson University.

Daigger has published works and holds 11 patents on water management standards and practices and has held senior roles at the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists, Water Environment Research Foundation and the Water Environment Federation, which has awarded him the Harrison Prescott Eddy Award thrice.

He is currently a member of the National Academy of Engineering.

The Purdue University alumnus is also a recipient of the university’s Civil Engineering Alumni Achievement Award in 2009.

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