Christian Allred was hired as a senior low voltage designer for the Phoenix office of Dewberry, a privately held professional services firm. Allred has more than 10 years of experience, predominately in upgrading systems at detention facilities. He will be responsible for expanding Dewberry's services to justice architecture clients in the Southwest on projects that include security electronics, telecommunications and detention equipment. Allred attended ITT Technical College, where he majored in computer-aided design.
J.B. Henderson Construction Co. Inc., Albuquerque, added numerous personnel to its microelectronics, government and commercial construction sectors. Ben Davis joined as Arizona area manager and Darline Mora became Arizona safety representative. Dale Glines joined as corporate BIM manager, Angela Hylsky became Albuquerque-area project coordinator, Greg Masterman is the Albuquerque-area superintendent, and Denise Wadkins is human resources manager. Gerardo Guerra will act as the Northern New Mexico safety representative and Beth Kealy is a Northern New Mexico project manager.
Korte also hired Bradley Bennett to lead the firm's preconstruction efforts. He has more than 28 years of experience in the building industry and 15 years in Las Vegas. Bennett graduated from Murray State University in Murray, Ky.
Boe Bergeson and Chris Benoit joined the Phoenix office of RJM Construction as vice presidents. Bergeson will manage the business development and marketing efforts and provide overall direction to the construction team, while Benoit will provide leadership for the firm's operations team and oversee project estimates and scheduling. Both men received bachelor's degrees from Arizona State University in Tempe, Ariz.