Gannett Fleming has elevated Keith Mullins, a Philadelphia-based coordinator of intelligent transportation systems planning, design, integration and construction support in its transportation operations practice in the Northeast, to vice president.
Howard Harary has been named director of the National Institute of Standards and Technology's (NIST) Engineering Laboratory in Gaithersburg, Md. The institute develops measurement tools and standards for manufacturing, construction and other sectors, and conducts research to reduce risks of fire, earthquakes and other hazards. He was deputy director since 2004 and acting director since 2013.
Dipali Patel has joined Pennoni Associates as a senior project manager in Chantilly, Va. She specializes in bridge design and inspection.
SmithGroupJJR has elevated David Varner to workplace practice leader, based in Washington, D.C. He leads the firm's national practice for design of workplace facilities, including corporate headquarters, workplace interiors, speculative office buildings and multifamily buildings. He had been the firm's workplace studio leader.
Lewis Goetz has joined Richmond, Va.-based architecture firm Baskervill as managing director. He formerly led Group Goetz Architects and is a former president of the International Interior Design Association and its foundation. Goetz is now based in Vienna, Va., a Washington, D.C., suburb.
Christopher Bostaph has joined Larson Design Group, a Pittsburgh-based engineering, architecture and surveying firm, as vice president of its energy division in Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Texas. He had been a leader in the oil and gas project management group at URS Corp. and also previously at AMEC Earth and Environmental.
Tim Llewellyn, a project manager for engineer ARCADIS US in Millersville, Md., has been promoted to senior vice president. Llewellyn has been managing performance-based projects for the U.S. Army and U.S. Air Force for the past 10 years.