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May 19, 2014
09:19 EDTHILHill International awarded contracts valued at $6.4M at San Francisco Airport
Hill International announced that it has received two contracts from the City and County of San Francisco Airport Commission to provide project management services at San Francisco International Airport. The contracts have a combined value to Hill of approximately $6.4M. Hill will be providing project management support services in relation to the temporary boarding area B and the security screening checkpoint area of Terminal 1 as part of a two-year contract. The objective of the $1.7B Terminal 1 Redevelopment Program is to improve airport capacity in response to passenger traffic growth which is expected to reach 18.5M passengers by 2019. Hill will also be providing as-needed project management support services for other facets of the airport's capital program pursuant to a three-year contract.
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July 28, 2014
06:52 EDTHILHill International reports preliminary Q2 EPS 4c, consensus 2c
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06:50 EDTHILHill International receives commitment from Societe General for debt refinancing
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July 23, 2014
12:35 EDTHILHill International receives contract from LACCD
Hill International announced that it has received a contract from the Los Angeles Community College District to provide project management, construction management and other specialty professional services on a task-order basis in support of LACCD's bond program. Hill's contract is one of ten awarded on a task-order basis the budget for which, in the aggregate for all ten contracts, is $82.9M over the next five years.
July 15, 2014
09:06 EDTHILHill International to manage construction of seven wind farms in Brazil
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