July 01, 2001 |

Mergers and acquisitions. Seattle-based Callison Architecture Inc.; Atlanta-based Thompson, Ventulett, Stainback & Associates; and Honolulu-based Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo have formed a global strategic alliance offering architecture, interior design, planning and consulting services.

STV Group Inc., Douglassville, Pa., is taking the company private, with employee stock ownership.

Baltimore-based RTKL Associates has opened an office in Memphis, Tenn.

Onward and upward. Ghafari Associates LLC, a Dearborn, Mich.-based architectural and engineering firm, and G-Tech Professional Staffing Inc. named Jeanne M. Leonard chief financial officer.

Koll Construction LP, which is based in Newport Beach, Calif., has named Jeff Dun as regional vice president of the Newport Beach office. Dun will oversee West Coast operations from Orange County north to San Francisco.

New officers of the American Consulting Engineers Council include: Chairman Stephen G. Goddard, executive vice president of Indianapolis-based HNTB Corp.; Chairman-Elect Daniel J. DeYoung, president and CEO of DJG Inc., Williamsburg, Va.; Treasurer Jeff M. Daggett, CEO of W&H Pacific and vice president of The IT Group, Bothell, Wash.; Vice Chairman James R. Cagley, president of Cagley & Associates, Rockville, Md.; Vice Chairman James M. Kring Jr., executive vice president of Bartlett & West Engineers Inc., Topeka, Kan.; and Vice Chairman Edward Mulcahy, principal of TranSystems Corp., Kansas City, Mo.

Robert E. Fagg is regional manage of the Philadelphia office of Philadelphia-based Brinjac Engineering.

Washington, D.C.-based Ewing Cole Cherry Brott named Paul G. Heflin, Kenneth S. Warwick and Christina Cornell as principals.

Kahler Slater Architects, based in Milwaukee, has appointed John Cain managing partner for its Madison, Wis., office.

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