Srinivas Jalla has joined Gresham, Smith and Partners as a senior vice president in Atlanta. With more than 20 years of industry experience, Jalla will focus on the firm’s service capabilities in wastewater treatment and sustainability. A past chair of the Georgia Water Environment Federation, Jalla most recently worked for CH2M.
Matt Granlund has joined HNTB Corp.’s Orlando office as senior project architect. In this role, Granlund will support the first phase of the $1.8-billion South Terminal C project at Orlando International Airport for the Greater Orlando Aviation Authority, the project owner. Granlund has more than 20 years of experience in aviation and transportation projects.
Miller Construction Co., Fort Lauderdale, Fla., has added Rich Smolich, Álvaro Mercado and William Jessee to its project leadership team. Smolich, a preconstruction manager, previously worked with Tutor Perini Building Corp. as a senior estimator. Mercado, an assistant project manager, most recently worked as a project manager with Contracting Specialists Inc. of Pompano Beach, Fla. Jessee, who most recently worked with Thornton Construction Co., returns to Miller Construction as a superintendent.
Engineering firm McKim & Creed has hired Donald J. Hamburger as regional engineering manager of the water group in its Charlotte office. He has 35 years of experience with municipal water, wastewater and water resources projects in the Carolinas. Hamburger most recently served as president and chief operating officer of B.P. Barber & Associates.
In Fort Myers, Fla., the firm has hired Thomas Pugh as regional engineering manager. He will lead the office’s expansion into water and wastewater engineering. Pugh has nearly 30 years of related experience.
Rudy Armenta has joined Plaza Construction’s Southeast regional office in Miami as vice president of operations.
Neil Klein has been hired by Stevens Construction of Fort Myers, Fla., as director of preconstruction services. Klein develops estimates for all projects and provides oversight for project conceptualization and constructibility.
Erica Martin has joined CALYX’s transportation group in Cary, N.C., as transportation designer. Martin will prepare preliminary, right-of-way and final plans for roadway, interchange and bridge projects. For the past nine years, Martin served in various engineering technician capacities for the North Carolina Dept. of Transportation.
Paul M. Fenzl was recently promoted to Charlotte division manager for JE Dunn Construction. Fenzl will lead a team of roughly 70 associates.
Jeff Geiger has been named president of Coastal Mechanical Services, Melbourne, Fla. A 31-year veteran of the mechanical contracting firm, he most recently served as vice president of operations.
The firm also named Brian Campbell to vice president of estimating and business development. He will lead Coastal’s efforts to bid and secure new projects.
On the Move
Engineering firm McKim & Creed has announced personnel appointments for its Charlotte and Fort Myers, Fla., offices.