Wilson is CH2M HILL’s most experienced conveyance technologist, having managed or participated in dozens of major potable water, wastewater and irrigation pipeline projects. His responsibilities included firmwide quality control of designs for large-diameter pressure pipeline. He has completed pipeline and canal rehabilitation projects for several irrigation districts and most recently managed the design of two large diameter potable transmission pipeline projects. Wilson began his career with CH2M HILL in 1966.
Created in 1970 and funded by the Bechtel Foundation, this award recognizes outstanding achievements in pipeline engineering. The award is made annually to a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers who has made a definite contribution to the advancement of pipeline engineering, either in research, planning, design or construction.
The award was presented July 10, 2007, at an award ceremony in Boston.