People/firms

August 11, 2010

As part of a rebranding effort Ewing Cole Cherry Brott, Philadelphia, has changed its name to EwingCole. The firm also opened a West Coast office in Irvine, Calif.

Baltimore-based RTKL Associates named Paul F. Jacob III, AIA, chairman.

St.Louis-based HOK named Patrick MacLeamy CEO.

Charles Cassidy has been named director of planning specialized educational facilities for Fletcher-Thompson, Shelton, Conn. The firm has acquired Edison, N.J.-based Rothe-Johnson-Fantacone (RJF), which will operate as RJF Fletcher Thompson Architecture.

The Florida division of Raleigh, N.C.-based Clancy & Theys selected Gary Ehrlich as vice president and CEO.

Fred Bejcek was named principal of Dorsky Hodgson + Partners, Cleveland.

Detroit-based SmithGroup promoted Jeffrey Hausman, AIA, to senior vice president.

Parsippany, N.J.-based Skanska USA Building named Gary D. Meggison, P.E., president of its Colorado Division.

Delawie Wilkes Rodrigues Barker, San Diego, named three new principals: Michael Asaro, AIA, Neal McFarlane, AIA, and Frank Ternasky, AIA.

Al Blair, AIA, has joined DiClemente Siegel Design, Southfield, Mich., as vice president.

Quantum Construction Consultants, Concord, N.H., a newly formed Women Business Enterprise, appointed Lisa M. Martin, P.E., president and CEO.

Mark J. Manske, AIA, has been named managing principal of Tucker Sadler Noble Castro Architects, San Diego.

Pittsburgh-based Astorino has opened an office in Jupiter, Fla.

Richard Friedson, AIA, has joined Buffalo-based Cannon Design as a principal.

Minneapolis-based Ellerbe Becket named Frederick Richter, AIA, director of its general buildings practice.

Sasaki Associates, Watertown, Mass., elected Dennis Pieprz president.

Denver-based PCL Construction Services appointed Bob Martz regional vice president of its Southwest operations, which are located in Glendale, Calif.

John Adams Dix has been appointed project director for architecture for A. Epstein and Sons International, Chicago.

SchenkelShultz Architecture, Orlando, Fla., named Steven R. Risting design leader and principal focusing on the firm's higher education market.

         
 

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