CH2M Hires new Performance and Asset Management Chief Technologist for U.S. Highways and Bridges
ST. LOUIS, MO CH2M hires Mara K. Campbell, CQM, as the Performance and Asset Management Chief Technologist for the company's U.S. Highways and Bridges practice.
Campbell brings to this role almost two decades of experience as a leader in state-of-the-art planning and management practices with expertise in improving organizational performance in both the public and private sectors. She currently serves as the Chair of the ABC30 Performance Management Committee of the Transportation Research Board (TRB), and she has been a long-time member of the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Standing Committee on Performance Management. Campbell's background also includes 18 years with the Missouri Department of Transportation (DOT), where she provided leadership and oversight of the agency's communication and organizational performance.
She will be responsible for working with state DOTs as well as Metropolitan Planning Organizations to develop and implement best practices around performance management and asset management. Under the guidance of the current MAP-21 federal legislation and the pending DRIVE Act, Campbell will help clients prioritize their assets and projects and improve transportation investment decision making through performance-based planning and programming.
"We are excited to have Mara join our industry-leading team of technologists," said Susan Martinovich, CH2M's Highways and Bridges Director for the Americas. "With her TRB, AASHTO and DOT performance management experience, she will be an invaluable resource for our clients as they implement, in a more open and transparent process, risk-based performance measures related to pavement and bridge condition, safety, congestion, emissions and freight."
Campbell has a Master's of Business Administration from William Woods University in Fulton, Missouri, and a Bachelor of Science in public relations/communications from Central Missouri State University in Warrensburg, Missouri. She will be aligned to CH2M's St. Louis, Missouri, office.