DMJMH+N, DMJM+Harris and McClier, all part of AECOM Technology Corp., have relocated to the Johns Manville Plaza Building in downtown Denver.
ETC, Jersey City, N.J., has acquired Fong & Associates Inc., a structural engineering firm based in King of Prussia, Pa.
The Turner Construction Co., New York, has opened a full-service office in Charlotte, N.C. The company alsoannounced the roll-out of its Interiors Group to eight cities nationwide: Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, Seattle and Washington. The New York office of Turner Interiors will function as the group's headquarters. Turner Interiors specializes in tenant fit-outs in both new and existing buildings.
The Texas offices of Perkins & Will, Chicago, and Dallas-based Collins/Reisenbichler Architects (CRA), have merged to form Perkins & Will/CRA. Tom Reisenbichler, formerly with CRA, will serve as managing principal of the 85-person firm, which will operate out of Dallas and Houston.
On the move
Haley & Aldrich, Boston, hired William C. Johnson as vice president of business development in New England, and Behrouz Tehrani as vice president of its infrastructure practice in San Diego.
Robert DeKoch, chief operating officer for Appleton, Wis.-based construction manager The Boldt Co., has been promoted to president.
CSI Executive Director Greg Balestrero will leave in November to become the executive director of the Project Management Institute.
The Thornton-Tomasetti Group Inc., New York, has named Emmanuel E. Velivasakis president of the company's LZA Technology Division.
Leo A. Daly promoted Roy L. Follmuth to senior director of special projects and appointed Jesus "Jay" Fondevila as vice president and new managing principal of its Los Angeles office.
Matt Construction, Santa Fe Springs, Calif., promoted Thomas Andrews to vice president and controller, and Terry Utz to vice president, and has hired Steven Nichols as safety director.
Pepper Construction, Irvine, Calif., named Dan B. Leonard vice president.
Parsons Brinckerhoff Inc., New York, has named David Nash president of its newly formed company, PB Buildings Inc. The new company provides design, construction and facility management services for office and other commercial buildings, hotels and industrial facilities.