May 01, 2004 |

New York-based structural engineer Thornton-Tomasetti Group has opened an office in Kansas City to better serve the firm's sports architecture clients there, namely HNTB Architecture. W. Steven Hofmeister, P.E., S.E., has been named vice president, and will head the new office.

RTKL Associates, Baltimore, has named T. Scott Rawlings, AIA, vice president and design leader for the firm's East Coast healthcare practice, based in Washington, D.C.

HNTB Architecture has hired Randy Bredar as vice president and leader of the firm's national sports architecture group.

John P. Martin, P.E., has been named managing director of the San Diego office of engineer Syska Hennessy Group, New York.

Boston-based retail design specialist Cubellis Associates has merged with Marco Design Group, a Detroit-based retail consulting firm, to form CubellisMarco.

Catalfumo Construction and Development Inc., Palm Beach Gardens. Fla., has acquired Deerfield Beach-based Seawood Builders.

Turner Construction Co., New York, has announced eight staff promotions: Edward V. McNeill, senior VP of operations, Orlando; Christopher Carpenito, VP of forecasting and analysis, New York; Stephen W. Fort, VP and GM, Chicago; Joseph P. Glowacki, VP and operations manager, Texas region; Benjamin H. Kaplan, VP and GM, Hawthorne, N.Y.; David S. Reaves, VP and operations manager, Orlando; Kevin R. Sharkey, VP and manager of business development, New York; and Gary E. Stradowski, VP and operations manager of healthcare, Washington, D.C.

Champaign, Ill.-based architect Severns Reid & Associates has merged with Ratio Architects Inc., Indianapolis, to form Ratio Severns Reid Architects.

Debra A. Lupton, AIA, has been named CEO of Orlando-based TLC Engineering for Architecture.

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