Midwest People: Construction business updates for May 2018
Michael Booth has joined HNTB Corp.’s Chicago office as transit planning group director and associate vice president. He brings more than 33 years of industry expertise with a focus on transportation and infrastructure capital projects, including experience in project management for the Chicago Transit Authority and other transit agencies.
Ann Dilcher, a principal with Quinn Evans Architects, has been named to the company’s board of directors. A leader within the historic preservation community, Dilcher joined Quinn Evan in 1997 and has overseen major preservation, rehabilitation and adaptive use projects throughout Michigan.
Shawn Clark has been appointed group president of St. Louis-based CRG, Clayco Inc.’s private real estate development firm.
Ron Deverman has been named a fellow by the National Association of Environmental Professionals—only the 10th fellow named by the organization in its 43-year history. Deverman is principal environmental planning manager and associate vice president of HNTB Corp. He is based in the Chicago office.
St. Louis-based concrete restoration contractor Western Specialty Contractors has promoted Crystal Moyer to senior national account program manager.
TEG Architects of Jeffersonville, Ind., has promoted Joel Wallace to partner of the firm. Since joining the TEG as an intern, Wallace has worked on a diverse range of projects in health care, commercial, municipal, educational and multi-use markets.
Jessica Carroll has joined St. Louis-based Knoebel Construction as chief financial officer.
Inventure Civil has promoted David Brodowski to president of TrueTech Bridge. Brodowski was formerly vice president of engineering for SINE WALL MSE System.
Annette Basham has joined CORE Planning Strategies of Indianapolis as a project manager.
Ryan Laley has been hired by St. Louis-based Byrne & Jones Construction and will work in its sports division as a project manager and estimator.
TranSystems Corp. has hired Doug Wesselschmidt as senior project engineer in the company’s Kansas City, Mo., office.
SmithGroupJJR has promoted Andrew Dunlap to head the firm’s building technology studio, located in its Detroit office.
KZF Design in Cincinnati has promoted Gregory Hutzel to director of its government group. He will lead KZF’s federal, state and local government teams within the firm.