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Manifest Destiny in the Middle East
BY SALLY FRIEDMAN
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The Marlton, New Jersey-headquartered company has also been one of the principal construction management advisers to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on the multibillion dollar Iraq Reconstruction Program in Baghdad, with the challenge of creating infrastructure for six major industry sectors including oil and gas, electricity, public buildings and health, transportation and communication, security and justice, and public works and water.

The long and winding road to Dubai and other developing parts of the world still brings David Richter back to his favorite spot: his home in Princeton Junction, where his wife, Michelle, and four daughters claim and frame his days and nights.

These days, Richter reflects on how his search for fulfillment ended up in his own backyard. "I'm within an hour of where I grew up and went to school. I found everything I was looking for career-wise at Hill International," he says. Challenge, certainly. Adventure, excitement, a chance to combine my Penn educations in engineering, law, and business in one firm."
 
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