New York People: Construction business updates for 11/20
Following its acquisition of construction law firm Goldberg & Connolly, law firm Moritt Hock & Hamroff LLP, Garden City, N.Y., says that Henry Goldberg, the acquired firm’s managing partner, joins the new firm as partner and construction practice chair; Michael Hogan now is a partner; Brian Craig and Craig Nisnewitz are named as counsel; and Stephen Brodsky and Andreas Koudellou join as associates.
Acrow Bridge has elevated Mark Joosten to president and Paul Sullivan to senior vice president, international. Joosten, based in Parsippany, N.J., remains chief operating officer. Sullivan is based in New York City.
Christopher Zelisko has been promoted to principal at Jack L. Gordon Architects. He is an 18-year firm veteran.
AECOM has named Christopher Stienon principal in urban design and city planning. Previously, he was managing principal at Urban Matrix. John F. Gunn also has joined the firm as vice president, corporate workplace for its buildings + places practice, part of its design and consulting services group. Previously, he was a national and global account director at Gensler. Both are based in New York City.
Traci Sanders has joined WXY architecture + urban design as director of civic impact. Previously, she was policy associate at New York University’s Furman Center.
Engineering firm Hardesty & Hanover, New York City, has named Robert Drew and David Tuckman as principals. Drew is the firm’s national bridge inspection program manager and company-wide bridge inspection leader, and has been with the firm since 1996. Tuckman is director of engineering and has been with H&H since 1992.
Troy Marzziotti has been promoted to vice president at Mast Construction Services Inc. He had been an executive team member.
Mills + Schnoering Architects has promoted Robert Forwood and Amy Mladjen to associate. They are based in Princeton, N.J.
JLT Specialty USA, a U.S. subsidiary of Jardine Lloyd Thompson Group plc, a global specialty risk adviser and broker, has named James Vendetti director. Most recently, he was senior vice president at Starr Cos., where he managed its primary construction, environmental and transportation divisions.
Brian MacFarland has rejoined architecture firm CetraRuddy as principal. Most recently, he was a principal at Stantec Architecture, according to his Linked-In profile. He served as an associate principal at CetraRuddy from 2004 to 2013.
Michael Holder has joined Gannett Fleming as a vice president and principal of transportation services.
John Hauenstein has rejoined Cerami & Associates Inc. as principal for field services. He left the firm as a senior associate in 1994 to begin his own firm, JRH Acoustical Consulting, of which he remains owner and president, according to his Linked-In profile. Hauenstein is based in New York City.
Christopher Shaw has joined LF Driscoll Healthcare, a unit of New York City contractor Structure Tone, as vice president and health care leader. He is based in New York City.
Law firm Farrell Fritz PC, with offices in New York City and Long Island, says Jay Sawczak has joined its commercial litigation practice, concentrating in construction law. He had been general counsel at JRM Construction Management in New York City.