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Trico Lift, Millville, N.J., has appointed Michael Curley as regional sales manager. He will be responsible for the day-to-day performance and activities of sales team members in the Delaware Valley and report to Chris Carmolingo, chief operating officer of Trico.

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VIP Structures, Syracuse, N.Y., has presented its New Employee of the Year awards to: Sharon L. Dearstyne, engineering; Jason P. Kinthiseng, carpentry; James M. Nowicki, steel erection; Joseph D. Evangelista, concrete/masonry; Christopher L. Cunningham, general labor; and Katie L. Carroll, architecture.

VIP also presented craftsmanship awards to Russell W. VanNorstrand for carpentry; Andrew P. Nazarian for steel erection; Michael A. Soutar for concrete/masonry; Matthew S. Simone for general labor; Thomas C. Malinowski for architecture; and Chad A. Leonard for engineering.

Grassi & Co., Jericho, N.Y., has hired John Scott as principal. He has more than 25 years of experience in complex litigation, valuation, forensic investigations and mergers and acquisitions.

GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc., New York and Norwood, Mass., has hired John M. Gavras as associate principal. He will be based in the firm's Manhattan office.

The New Jersey Wireless Association has appointed Alyssa Hanrahan of Dewberry, Fairfax, Va., to the board of trustees as officer/secretary for a one-year term. Hanrahan joined Dewberry in 2006 as a key member of the telecommunications group in the firm's Parsippany, N.J., office.

Also, James A. Floystrop, associate and water resources senior project manager in Dewberry's Parsippany office, has been named president of the North Jersey Water Conference for a two-year term that will end in August 2013.

MaxLite, West Caldwell, N.J., has hired John Fredian as vice president of sales, national accounts. His responsibilities include promoting the firm's product line to national operators of multiple location retailers, hotels, restaurants and building management companies. He will also oversee the firm's new roadway lighting line.


Gibbons, Esposito & Boyce Engineers, Uniondale, N.Y., has hired Harold Lutz as director of transportation. He will be responsible for the direction and management of the firm's transportation department.

Alexis Morley-Lyons, project manager for Bartlett Brainard Eacott Inc., was named the recipient of this year's Professional Women in Construction-Connecticut Chapter's Woman on the Rise award.

Nancy Tinker, director of facilities management & planning at Eastern Connecticut State University, was named the recipient of PWC's third annual Woman of Accomplishment award.

Stribling & Associates, New York, has hired Benjamin Melting as a real estate salesperson. He will be working out of the firm's Chelsea office.

The firm has also promoted Benjamin Hayden to senior vice president of research and planning.

Peckar & Abramson PC, New York, has hired Paul Monte and Gregory Chertoff as co-managing partners of its New York City office.

Perkins Eastman, New York, has appointed Sean O'Donnell as principal to lead the firm's market sector for primary and secondary education environments.

The firm has also hired John R. Clifford and Navid Maqami as principals.


Burns & McDonnell, Wallingford, Conn., has appointed Rachel Rosen as environmental regional global practice manager.

Donnelly Mechanical, New York, has appointed Steve Mosto as vice president of energy services.


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