MWH Constructors has hired Todd Larson as its global project delivery director of engineering and quality for infrastructure projects. Larson rejoins MWH after eight years with Black & Veatch. He will focus on design excellence in construction design-build operations and oversee the U.S. and U.K. design and estimating support teams as well as commissioning, start-up and quality. He is a licensed engineer in seven states.

Wells Squier has been promoted to partner at Anderson Hallas Architects in Golden, Colo. Squier has more than 16 years of experience and a master's degree in architecture from the University of Florida College of Design. Early in his career, Squier relocated to Chicago to work for Skidmore Owings & Merrill. In his time with Anderson Hallas, he has managed projects for the National Park Service, the state of Colorado and the city of Denver, among others. He is tasked with building client relationships for education, civic and parks facilities.

The Colorado Association of Mechanical and Plumbing Contractors, the main association for the state's heating, air conditioning, refrigeration, ventilation, plumbing, piping and mechanical contractors, has hired Pete Kirchhof to provide public policy consulting services. Kirchhof is the founder and president of Kirchhof Group Inc., which helps clients with public affairs and business development.

Denver's Alliance Construction Solutions has promoted Jeremy Nothdurft to vice president. Nothdurft has previously worked as a business development manager, field engineer, project engineer, project manager, superintendent, estimator and senior project manager. He has worked on such projects as the Renaissance Denver Downtown City Center Hotel, 550 15th Street-Dual Brand Hotel, Hilton Garden Inn Convention Center, McKee Medical Center Legacy Expansion and the Green Valley Ranch Library.

Dennis Rubba, a principal with landscape architecture and urban planning firm studioINSITE of Denver, has becomea member of the Colorado State Board of Landscape Architects, which regulates and manages licensure. Rubba, the founder of studioINSITE, has managed the firm for more than a decade. His work spans 700 sites across Colorado, the U.S. and abroad.

Dan Korinek, manager of the water department in Burns & McDonnell's Denver office and director of the firm's national water supply and conveyance practice, has been promoted to vice president. Korinek is an expert in the engineering and construction of water collection, distribution and transmission systems. He is a civil engineer with licenses in Colorado, Missouri, Texas and Wyoming.

Lakewood, Colo.-based engineering firm Cator, Ruma & Associates has expanded its executive leadership. Jim Lazzeri has been named company president to allow Michael Meints, the former president, to focus on strategic planning as CEO. Lazzeri joined CRA in 1994 as a mechanical engineer and also serves as the firm's mechanical engineering principal.

AIA Utah has had six of its members elevated to the status of fellows: Robert Herman, Roger Jackson, Jim Nielson, Gary R. Payne, Soren Simonsen and John Sparano.

AIA Colorado has elevated four of its members to fellows: Amy Burkett, John Cottle, Jeff Olson and Keat Tan.