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|Type||Member firms have different legal structures, but generally an incorporated company|
|Headquarters||Marlton, New Jersey, U.S.|
|Key people||Irvin E Richter, Chairman and CEO
David L Richter, President and COO
Raouf S. Ghali, President; Project Management Group (International)
Thomas J. Spearing III, President; Project Management Group (Americas)
Frederic Z. Samelian, President; Claims Group
Construction claims consulting
|Revenue||$108.5 Million USD (2012)|
|Employees||4,000 (as of January 2014)|
Construction Claims and Consulting
In 2012, Engineering News-Record magazine ranked Hill as the 8th largest construction management firm-for-fee  and the 10th largest program management firm in the U.S. Hill’s claims and consulting services include claims analysis, litigation support, expert witness testimony, cost and damages assessment, delay and disruption analysis, lender/technical advisory and the Project Neutral.
Hill International has 110 offices operating in 35 different countries in 6 primary regions of the world, including:
- Latin America
- Middle East
- North Africa
Acquisitions and divestitures
Hill has acquired a number of businesses during recent years as part of an expansion programme.
In 2006, the company acquired UK-based JR Knowles, which was at the time the largest construction claims consultancy in the world – the acquisition saw Hill take that position and established claims offices in numerous locations globally. The acquisition also saw the subsequent divestiture of Knowles’ legal operations.
Other acquisitions have included Maple Consult (UK) 2005, Pickavance Consulting (UK) 2006, KJM and Associates (USA) 2007, Gerens (Spain) 2007, John Shreeves & Partners (UK) 2008, Euromost Polska (Poland) 2008, PCI Group (USA) 2008 and Chitester Consulting (USA) 2008.
On December 15, 2009, Hill announced the acquisition of Boyken International - a project management and claims consultancy based in the Southern US and Caribbean. On 4 January 2010 they announced the acquisition of TRS Consultants, Inc. a firm that provides civil engineering, program management, construction management and information technology services primarily to the transportation and infrastructure market in the USA.
On February 28, 2011, Hill announced that its Madrid-based subsidiary Gerens Hill International S.A. completed the acquisition of 60% of the outstanding capital stock of Engineering S.A.,one of the largest project management firms in Brazil. Engineering S.A. has approximately 400 professionals with main offices in Rio de Janeiro and São Paulo and an additional office in Parauapebas. The company provides project management, construction management and engineering consulting services throughout Latin America.
In May 2013, Hill acquired the South African consultancy, Binnington Copeland Associates, a firm with offices in Capetown and Johannesburg.
Hill International has provided project management and construction consulting services on major projects throughout the world, including:
- Grand Egyptian Museum, Giza, Egypt
- Hill International Annual Report 2012
- ENR's Top 100 Construction Management-for-Fee Firms list, published annually in June.
- ENR's Top 50 Program Management Firms list, published annually in June.
- Hill International Website Services Page
- 'Hill International Completes Acquisition of JR Knowles (Holdings) PLC' Press Release
- Hill International Acquires Boyken International Press Release
- Hill International Acquires South Africa's Binnington Copeland & Associates