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Brady L. Flaharty, P.E., was named president and COO of ARRO Consulting, Inc. He has 24 years of experience in management, planning, engineering, and construction of large-scale infrastructure improvement projects.

Dewberry promoted Steve Kuntz, P.E., DBIA, to transportation business unit manager in the firm’s Fairfax, Va., office. With 20 years of experience in civil engineering, Kuntz has served as a project manager or roadway design manager on numerous projects. Joann Papageorgis joined Dewberry’s Northeast environmental team in its Parsippany, N.J., office. She has more than 30 years of project management experience on complex, multidisciplinary highway and transit infrastructure projects, including as program director of the $1.5 billion Bayonne Bridge Navigational Clearance Program. Josh Baxley, P.E., and Morgan Hurst, P.E., joined Dewberry’s north Florida offices. Baxley will provide added leadership to the Tallahassee team and serve clients in various markets, including water, utilities, and site/civil engineering. Hurst joins the firm’s Panama City office as a senior project manager responsible for client and agency relationships, managing staff in project development, and providing site/civil engineering design expertise. Patrick Domres joined the firm as a senior environmental scientist in the Long Beach, Calif., office. He will be responsible for working with the Environmental Management System ISO 14001:2015, which includes auditing, gap assessments, and project management.

Jennifer Carrier, P.E., joined HNTB Corporation as Connecticut office leader and associate vice president. Before joining HNTB, Carrier served as director of transportation planning for the Capitol Region Council of Governments, working extensively with the Connecticut Department of Transportation.

BOND promoted Anthony Bond as president and Kane Cuddy as COO for the firm’s Civil & Utility Division. In their new roles, they will spearhead BOND’s long-range strategic plan developing integrated solutions to align BOND’s services and capabilities with clients’ needs. They will also play an important role to continue developing business as BOND expands capabilities across the Northeast.

TranSystems Corp. welcomed Ali Tali, P.E., as vice president and Northeast Region bridge design practice leader. He will work out of the company’s Boston office. He has more than 35 years of experience in the design and management of bridge projects.

Luke Olson, P.E., joined EXP as vice president, Transit, overseeing the transit sector globally. With almost 20 years of transit engineering experience, he has served in lead project roles for various modes of transit, including light rail, commuter, bus and bus rapid transit, and streetcars.

The Illinois Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers selected Illinois Tollway Deputy Chief of Program Implementation Clarita Lao for the 2018 Government Civil Engineer of the Year Award. Lao was recognized for her engineering career accomplishments spanning more than three decades, her leadership and management skills, and dedication to engineering excellence.

Amanda Ludlow joined Stantec’s Transportation practice in its South Burlington, Vt., office as a principal focused on guiding development of the local stormwater planning and design group. Ludlow has nearly 25 years of experience in engineered natural systems, low impact development, and ecological services. Stantec’s Water practice welcomed Nicolle Boulay as sector leader for water in Virginia, bringing nearly 20 years of experience in water and wastewater treatment plant planning, design, and construction across the Washington, D.C., metro area.

Greg Marconnet and Jeff Mason, P.E., were promoted to group leaders for Mead & Hunt. These corporate vice president roles will lead the marketing, sales, and operations teams of two high-growth markets. Marconnet was selected to be the group leader for the newly created Food & Beverage Group. Mason will be taking the helm as group leader for the Architecture & Building Engineering Group.

Pennoni hired Brian Young to serve the firm’s Baltimore location as office director. He joins the firm with more than 20 years of experience in all elements of highway operations, design, construction, and traffic engineering. Young previously served as district engineer for the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration and led the SHA’s District 3 office.

Mays Boyd, P.E., joined the Richmond Hill, Ga.-based Pittman Engineering team as a project engineer. Boyd has worked on several large projects in the coastal region, including Sun City Hilton Head, the May River Road improvements in Bluffton, and the Turner’s Pointe development in Chatham County.

Garrett Phelps, P.E., will serve as regional director for Thomas & Hutton’s Atlanta region. He has 20 years of experience in planning, design, and management of a broad range of land development and civil engineering projects throughout the southeastern U.S.

William Knapp, P.E., joined STV as vice president and design-build director in the firm’s Western Region. He will be based in STV’s Oakland, Calif., office and manage design-build efforts in the western half of the U.S. for the firm’s Transportation & Infrastructure Division.