Awards, promotions, and new hires – May 2018

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    Jeff Keller, P.E., ENV SP, DBIA, a senior project manager in the Burns & McDonnell Water Global Practice, earned the design-build industry’s highest distinction as a nationally certified Design-Build Professional.

    Dewberry promoted Nicole Stalder, P.E., LEED AP, to associate vice president in the firm’s Orlando, Fla., office. Stalder has extensive engineering experience in private and public design, master stormwater modeling, water distribution, and sewer collection/transmission systems. Dewberry announced the promotions of Brian Bradner, P.E., to vice president, and Elizabeth Scarce to marketing director for the firm’s southeast engineering division based in Danville, Va. Bradner, with the firm for more than two decades, is a leader within its site/civil service line. Scarce, who has been with Dewberry for more than 25 years, is responsible for implementing strategies and marketing plans for the division across six states. Michael Dorweiler, AICP, joined Dewberry as a senior project manager based in Tampa, Fla. His expertise includes urban and regional planning, environmental studies, traffic operations, multimodal planning, and congestion management and mitigation. Dewberry also announced the promotions of Steven Kuntz, P.E., to vice president; and Jeremy Beck, P.E., Christopher Simon, P.E., and Mark Unterkofler, P.E., to associate vice president. Kuntz is manager of the firm’s Fairfax, Va., roadway design group, with nearly 20 years of experience in civil engineering. Beck is a senior project manager for the firm’s transportation department, also based in Fairfax. Simon, based in Gainesville, Va., manages the firm’s construction engineering and inspection group. Unterkofler is a senior structural engineer, based in Fairfax, with more than 28 years of experience.

    Clint Camp, P.E., CFM, LEED AP, ENV SP, joined W&A Engineering as director of operations at the firm’s new East Nashville, Tenn., office. Camp previously worked with several Nashville consulting firms, as county engineer for Montgomery County, and has managed capital projects on behalf of the State of Tennessee.

    Hillis-Carnes Engineering Associates promoted Benjamin B. Gordon, P.E., to branch manager of its State College, Pa., office. His responsibilities have included management of multidiscipline project teams, senior technical review, geotechnical engineering design, subsurface investigations, drilling management, management of personnel, proposal preparation, and project oversight.

    Walta Brumskine, P.E., joined CALYX Engineers and Consultants’ Transportation Design Group as project manager in the firm’s Charlotte, N.C., office. In April, Brumskine presented at The Extraordinary Women’s Conference 2018 in France on the theme of “Working as a Professional Woman in a Male-Dominated Profession.”

    Andrew Hadsell, P.E., joined Kleinfelder as area manager for North Carolina. He has 20 years of experience working across multiple disciplines of engineering and environmental consulting, including planning, design, construction, and management of infrastructure. 

    Latitude 33 Planning & Engineering welcomed Nicholas J. Psyhogios, P.E., as its newest associate principal. He has 20 years of experience in civil design and management of residential, commercial, utility, wetland restoration, and public-sector projects.

    Michael A. Sciara, RA, LEED AP, as Nelson & Pope’s newest partner, will lead the Architecture Division. He has 20 years of experience in operations, business development, design, planning, permitting, and project implementation. 

    Allison Colantuoni, PHR, SHRM-CP, was appointed a member of the executive committee at Maser Consulting PA. Colantuoni, director of Human Resources and principal, is the first woman committee member in the firm’s history.

    Cardno promoted Jason Yam, P.E., to Civil Southeast Roadway Practice Group manager. He has expertise with the Florida Department of Transportation and local government roadway design projects across Florida. Valerie Phipps joined Cardno as a senior project manager in the company’s Houston office. She has more than 20 years of experience within the environmental industry, specializing in site characterization, remediation, pilot testing, and system design and optimization. Cardno promoted Lawrence Arcand, P.Eng., to Utility Engineering & Surveying (UES) area manager, and Robert Ramsey, P.E., to UES West business unit manager. Arcand will lead business planning, client service, technology advances, and project management for Cardno’s U.S. UES business as well as Cardno’s Canadian subsidiary T2 Utility Engineering, where he will continue in his role as president. Ramsey has 14 years of civil engineering, subsurface utility engineering, surveying, and construction experience.