Hill Joins Crowley

Tuesday, February 26, 2008
Crowley Maritime Corporation announced that Bill Hill has joined the company's energy and marine services group in Anchorage as director of business development. In this role, he will have responsibility for the sales and operation of the North Slope businesses and will work to develop additional opportunities in Alaska as well as the Canadian and Russian Arctic. Hill will report to Bruce Harland, vice president, Alaska contract services. Hill has extensive experience in project management, module construction and transportation, on the North Slope and in Russia. Prior to joining Crowley he worked on a number of significant projects including the Oooguruk Project with Pioneer Resources, the Sakhalin ERC1 project with ExxonMobil and the Alpine and Kuparuk Projects with Arco. Hill received a mechanical engineering degree from Metropolitan State College in Denver, Colo. He also is certified as a Project Management Professional from the Project Management Institute. Hill is a member of the American Welding Society, Construction Management Association of America, and the International Society of Performance Improvement.

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