Skanska USA Building Hires Business Development Chief
Jerry Guillorn named firmís newest sr. vice president. Also, MAST Construction picks new planning and development director
Jerry Guillorn has rejoined Skanska USA Building in Parsippany, New Jersey as the senior vice president of business development.
Susan DiGiacomo has been hired at MAST Construction Services in New Jersey as the new director of planning and development.
Jonathan Cohn has joined the senior leadership team at Ehrenkrantz Eckstut & Kuhm Architects in New York.
Douglas Sarini has been hired as a real estate and parking expert for Sam Schwartz Engineering and will head the organization’s real estate practice.
Sara Biser and Robert Rubin have been hired as construction attorneys at McCarter & English in New York.
Ronald Reinertsen has joined Pennoni Associates as a senior planner in the Cedar Knolls, New Jersey office.
Damian Besculides has been hired as a senior associate in the New York office at Mancini Duffy, an architecture and interior design firm.
The Aztec Corporation, a facility planning, design and consulting company, has promoted David Johnson and Deborah Walsh to principals, Susan Baumann to associate, Carl Snyder to director of information technologies and Alex Baffoe-Bonnie, Valentine Ionescu and Jamie Occhipinti to directors.
HONORS AND APPOINTMENTS
Hellmuth, Obata & Kassabaum, an architecture and design firm, has appointed John Seitz as sustainable design director in New York.
FXFOWLE Architects in New York has appointed John Schuyler and Daniel Schmitt to senior associates and Jason Abbey, Michael Buesing and Kimberly Garcia to associates.
Golder Associates, based in New Jersey, was ranked ninth in the Philadelphia Business Journal’s annual list of top engineering firms in the Philadelphia region.
Maser Consulting, in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, has received the New Business of the Year Award from Mayor Glen Gilmore and the Hamilton Township Economic Development Advisory Commission.
Grace Construction Products has launched a green building line called “Building Green with Grace.” The new products will help architects and specifiers achieve the prerequisites and points needed to become LEED certified.
The Whitman Companies in New Jersey, leaders in environment and Brownfield redevelopment, expanded its services to include geotechnical and civil engineering for both public and private clients in an effort to increase office space by 25% by the end of 2007.
Honeywell Power Products in New Jersey, manufacturer and designer of power solutions, has joined with Timarron Partners, a security and fire alarm products producer, to better serve the Honeywell divisions in Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas and Oklahoma.