Howlie Davis


(12/12/2009)
International full-service engineering, construction and operations group CH2M Hill Ltd. named Howlie Davis to the newly created position of senior vice president and director of government affairs for its Denver-based North American operations division. Based in Washington, Davis will direct CH2M’s federal, state and local government teams.

Charles Robinson


(12/12/2009)
Architectural, engineering and planning firm Albert Kahn Associates Inc., promoted Charles Robinson from executive vice president to president. Robinson has been with the firm for 40 years and works in the Detroit office.

Nirmal Mangal


(12/09/2009)
Nirmal Mangal, AIA, FIIA, joined international architectural firm Cannon Design as vice president. Mangal has more than 30 years of experience across several market sectors.Nirmal Mangal, AIA, FIIA, joined international architectural firm Cannon Design as vice president. Mangal has more than 30 years of experience across several market sectors.

Meet the New Correctional News Columnist


(12/09/2009)
Beginning in 2010, Alex Fox will author a regular technology column for Correctional News that will address issues and trends involved with technology at correctional facilities.

Hininger Promoted to CEO of Corrections Corp.


(12/01/2009)
Corrections Corporation of America president and chief operating officer Damon Hininger, the Background Check subject in the July/August issue, will succeed chairman John Ferguson as chief executive officer in October.

Lance Josal


(11/12/2009)
RTKL Associates Inc. named Lance Josal, FAIA, president and CEO. Josal, who joined the Baltimore-based international architecture and engineering firm in 1979, previously served as director of RTKL’s commercial practice group. He succeeds the David Hudson, AIA, who is retiring.

Edward Belbusti


(10/19/2009)
Skanska USA Building Co. hired Edward Belbusti as regional design manager of southeast operations. Belbusti will oversee architecture and design operations for projects in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ohio, Tennessee and Texas. Prior to joining Skanska, he served as university architect and director of architecture and construction at Vanderbilt University.

Andrea Young


(10/19/2009)
The company also named Andrea Young CIO, vice president of development. She will be responsible for overseeing the company’s information technology systems and software development team. Young has more than 20 years of experience in information technology systems and served recently as chief technology officer and senior vice president of information technology for Janus Capital Group.

Lenette Wells


(10/19/2009)
Lenette Wells, AIA, was promoted to architect at Entech Engineering Inc., of Reading, Pa., after successfully completing the Architects Registration Exam. Wells will work in the firm’s facilities planning and design group and continue her work on sustainable building design, historic preservation and project management.

People in the News - September/October 2009


(09/08/2009)
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