Paul Stephens has been named senior principal technical specialist with the Chicago office of engineer Parsons Brinckerhoff. In his new role, Stephens is serving as quality task lead for the Illinois Dept. of Transportation's $1.6-billion Chicago-to-St. Louis high-speed rail program, for which PB is serving as program manager. Stevens has more than 20 years of experience in the application of quality standards for the design and construction of large transportation projects.
Jim Mansfield has joined Menasha, Wis.-based electrical engineer Faith Technologies as automation and process controls group manager. Mansfield has nearly 30 years of experience with automated systems. Prior to joining Faith, he was with Barry-Wehmiller International, a St. Louis-based supplier of manufacturing technology and services.
Mike Haller has been named president of Detroit-based contractor Walbridge Group while retaining his position as president of the firm's industrial division. After serving as executive vice president and chief financial officer with the firm, Vince DeAngelis has been named executive vice president and chief administrative officer. In addition, Tom Dyze has been promoted to executive vice president and chief risk officer after serving as Walbridge's executive vice president and chief legal counsel, and John Rakolta III has been promoted to group vice president and chief financial officer after serving as assistant vice president, new business development and corporate strategy.