CH2M HILL senior project manager appointed trustee of SUNY ESF


Source: CH2M Hill Companies, Ltd.

Matthew J. Marko, P.E., a Senior Project Manager with global full-service engineering, construction and operations firm CH2M HILL, has been appointed by New York State Governor David Patterson as Trustee for the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry. The members of the Board of Trustees serve as volunteers, providing development, support and oversight of the college. The 15-member Board consists of nine members appointed by the governor and one member elected from among the students of the college. The remaining five members are ex officio and include the Lieutenant Governor, State Commissioner of Education, Chancellor of the State University, the State Commissioner of Environmental Conservation, and the Chancellor of Syracuse University.

Mr. Marko is a member of CH2M HILL’s Water Business Group and is responsible for delivering projects and developing business in the upstate New York geography.  He has traveled extensively both domestically and internationally serving the water and wastewater needs of public and private clients, specializing in Design-Build-Operate project delivery systems. He is a graduate of SUNY at Buffalo and resides in Syracuse with his wife Carrie and their two sons, Jackson and Cooper.

Founded in 1911, SUNY ESF is the nation’s oldest and most respected school dedicated to the study of the environment, developing renewable technologies and building a sustainable future.  US News & World Report ranks ESF among the “Top Public National Universities” and one of the “50 Great Schools at Great Prices.”

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