Mark P. Henderson, P.E., joined CT Consultants, Inc. as Transportation Division director. He has 34 years of experience with notable design expertise in rapid bridge replacement, rehabilitation, and restoration. His responsibilities include business development, project management, and technical consultation.
Dewberry announced the following promotions: Dan Villhauer, P.E., LEED AP, and Derek Marshall, P.E., LEED AP, to associates in the firm’s Richmond, Va., office; and Davis Chau, P.E., LEED Green Associate, to associate in the firm’s Fairfax, Va., office. Villhauer, a project manager who has been with the company for more than six years, is experienced in a wide array of water/wastewater engineering disciplines. Marshall leads Dewberry’s multidisciplined telecommunications group in Virginia and the Southeast, and assists in management of the land development division. As a member of the firm’s water resources group, Chau specializes in roadway and hydraulic design projects. Also at Dewberry, Patrick Covil, P.E., CFM, LEED AP, joined the firm’s Raleigh, N.C., office as a project manager. He will support the firm’s civil engineering practice, specializing in water resources, site development, and stormwater conveyance solutions for municipal, industrial, federal, and private clients.
Recent promotions at LJA Engineering include Julio Rangel, P.E., to project manager, Transportation; Bob Bardin, P.E., CFM, to division manager in the Hydraulics and Hydrology Group; and Suzanne Wright, P.E., to project manager in the Transportation Division. Rangel has served as an engineering task lead and assistant project manager for various Texas DOT Districts. Bardin has more than 16 years of civil engineering experience specializing in hydraulics and hydrology, including drainage studies for master planned communities, flood insurance studies for FEMA, flood reduction analyses, stormwater detention design, and open channel drainage design. Wright’s transportation experience in engineering and management includes preparation and submittal of PS&E plans, schematic development, roadway design, traffic control, signing and pavement markings, SW3P, utility coordination, and cost estimating. LJA also welcomed Amanda Barbier, P.E., to its Land Development Division. She has more than 10 years of civil engineering experience with a focus on site development and expertise in commercial development, including a broad range of projects such as retail centers, multi-family, office buildings, schools, and warehouses.
Peter Turton, P.E., joined Arcadis as vice president and project director. He will be responsible for managing construction of the firm’s future multi-billion-dollar rail transit projects. Turton, who has more than 40 years of professional experience, is among an elite handful of world-renowned rail construction management experts, Arcadis said.
Baxter & Woodman, Inc. announced that Kenneth A. Koch, P.E., CEM, attained the status of Certified Energy Manager (CEM). He is a recognized technical leader in water system modeling, energy improvements, and sustainability research. In his current role as energy management coordinator, Koch provides technical guidance and promotes innovative approaches for managing and reducing energy consumption.
Newly appointed to the position of senior vice president, Building Systems, at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff is Robert Goossens, CxA, LEED AP, who leads the commissioning department in Boston. The firm also appointed three new vice presidents: Tyler Fritz, P.E., LEED AP, vice president, Building Systems, manages a team of 13 engineers and plays a key role in business development in the Denver office; Jeremy Pinkham, LEED AP BD+C, vice president, Building Systems, is a key figure in the Boston office’s mechanical department, managing some of the office’s largest projects; and Mike Zeuger, LC, LEED AP, vice president, Building Systems, leads the San Jose office’s buildings practice.
Steven D. Parse, P.E., CPMSM, is now a certified professional in Municipal Stormwater Management. Based in Gannett Fleming’s Harrisburg, Pa., headquarters, Parse is one of only three professionals in the state to be recognized with this certification. He provides consulting services to municipal clients in the areas of permitting, planning, and design and also assists in setting up stormwater programs for private properties. The American Society of Civil Engineers Pittsburgh Section honored Thomas G. Leech, P.E., S.E., Gannett Fleming’s National Bridge Practice advisor, with the Distinguished Civil Engineer Award. Leech managed major bridge, tunnel, and highway design projects during his 47 years with Gannett Fleming. Before retiring in 2014, Leech led significant western Pennsylvania projects, including the Hulton Bridge, the Joe Montana Bridges, the Bloomfield Bridge, the Squirrel Hill Tunnel rehabilitation, and forensic evaluation of the Kinzua Viaduct collapse. Three Gannett Fleming engineers became Nationally Certified Tunnel Inspectors (NCTI) after passing a national certification program developed by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration. Charles Grew, P.E., CxA, LEED Green Associate, NCTI; John Purdy, P.E., NCTI; and Jason Reisinger, P.E., ENV SP, NCTI, bring the firm’s total to 15 certified inspectors.