April 01, 2002 |

Mergers and acquisitions

Fort Worth, Texas-based Carter & Burgess Inc.'s Boston office and Konover Construction Corp., Farmington, Conn., have allied to offer design-build services to the warehouse-distribution center market. Carter & Burgess also has added principals Don Allen, Scott Clark, David Reese and Darrell Thompson.

Cannon Design, Buffalo, N.Y., has merged with Johnston Sport Architecture Inc., Victoria, British Columbia. The Canadian practice will be known as Cannon Johnston Sport Architecture. Robert Johnston has been named a principal of Cannon Design and will lead the Canadian office.

Structural engineer Gensert Bretnall Associates has moved from Cleveland to Westlake, Ohio.

E/A Greenman-Pedersen Inc., Babylon, N.Y., has acquired Hillier Engineering & Technologies, formerly a subsidiary of architect Hillier International, Princeton, N.J.

FKP Architects Inc., Houston, has formed FKP Solution Management to provide consulting services to hospitals and health-care systems.

On the move

Cahal Stephens has been named president and CEO of Einhorn Yaffee Prescott, Architecture and Engineering, Albany, N.Y.

Steven J. DiFlora has become a partner at Kallen & Lemelson Consulting Engineers, New York City.

Darrell J. Ganz has joined Collins Development Co., Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., as partner and chief investment officer.

Portland, Ore.-based Zimmer Gunsul Frasca Partnership has two new partners and three new principals. Margaret W. DeBolt and Ted A. Hyman have been named partners. Lisa Padilla, Todd A. Stine and Sharron M. van der Meulen have been promoted to principal.

Bruce A. Frost has joined A/E/C McClier, Chicago, as executive vice president and COO.

Ken Lufkin is now associate partner of Phoenix-based Langdon Wilson. BDC

William J. Sebring, a partner at Los Angeles-based Altoon + Porter Architects LLP, has transferred to the company's European office in Amsterdam as managing director.

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