Brown and Caldwell promoted Wendy Broley, P.E., to vice president and One Water leader. The One Water approach views all water as valued resources to be managed holistically and sustainably. Broley has 18 years’ experience in water and wastewater engineering and operations.
Tom Mortensen, PLA, received a promotion to assistant director of the land development services division at raSmith. Mortensen’s career spans more than 30 years in the landscape architecture, planning, design, and construction professions.
Michael P. Bauman, AIA, joined Davis, Bowen & Friedel, Inc. as an associate to the firm’s architectural department in Milford, Del.
Carl Gibson III, P.E., joined WMH Corporation, serving as one of the key transportation leaders in expanding WMH throughout California. His responsibilities include managing the new Sacramento office.
Maggie Walsh, vice president at HDR, was appointed as the new chair for the WTS International board of directors. As chair, Walsh’s responsibilities include overseeing the organization’s continued drive to open doors for personal and professional development for WTS members.
CT Consultants, Inc. announced the addition of Jennifer Brown as a new shareholder. She has more than 16 years’ experience as an economic development strategist, including experience as an assistant city manager. Richard Hertzfeld joined CT Consultants as senior engineer in the firm’s Toledo, Ohio office. He has an extensive background in transportation, bridge design, construction administration, and environmental design.
Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam, Inc. promoted Mackrena L. Ramos, P.E., to program manager of City of Houston’s Surface Water Transmission Program (SWTP).
CTL|Thompson named a slate of new leaders. Principal Engineer Shawn Fitzhugh was named vice president and manager of the firm’s Denver division, its largest office. Principal Engineer Wyatt Knutson was named vice president and manager of the firm’s Wyoming division, which he also developed. Principal Engineer Damon Thomas was named president of CTL|Thompson Materials Engineers, Inc., an affiliate company that manages CTL’s materials testing.
McLaren Engineering Group announced that Staff Engineer Jake Leventhal, P.E., was given the Young Engineer of the Year award by the New York State Society of Professional Engineers (NYSSPE) because his innovative, custom engineering solutions to complex projects across the New York metro region. NYSSPE also awarded McLaren Engineering Group’s vice president and Entertainment Division chief, William Gorlin, P.E., SE., the Engineer of the Year. His experience includes engineering some of the world’s largest live theaters, concert touring sets, and amusement attractions.
Ryan Morson joined Stantec as an associate, transit stations design lead to support growth of the Transit Buildings practice in North America.
Giffels Webster announced that Nancy McClain, P.E., F.MSPE, F.NSPE, senior engineer, was awarded Engineer of the Year by the Michigan Society of Professional Engineers for her diverse resume of industry involvement during the last 30 years.
David Tiberi, P.E., PMP, CCM, rejoined HNTB Corporation as construction program manager and vice president for its expanding West Division transportation infrastructure practice.
The International Parking Institute (IPI) recognized Mary Smith, P.E., senior director of Parking Consulting for Walker Consultants, with the 2018 IPI Lifetime Achievement Award. Smith’s expertise and creativity can be seen in thousands of parking projects across the United States, Canada, Abu Dhabi, China, Dubai, Egypt, Indonesia, Korea, Kuwait, Qatar, Russia, and Turkey.
Maser Consulting PA hired Brian E. Curtis, Esq. as corporate general counsel for the firm.
Urban Engineers promoted Meredith Clark, PHR, SHRM-CP, to vice president. She serves as the firm’s director of human resources.
Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. appointed Todd Sneathen, P.E., vice president, to its board of directors. Sneathen will broaden the capacity of the board with his extensive background in the public works sector.