Midwest People: Construction business updates for July 2018
St. Louis-based Castle Contracting, a wholly owned subsidiary of McCarthy Building Cos., promoted Mike Pranger to vice president of operations, the company’s top position.
Lisa Sargent-Davis has joined HNTB Corp.’s Chicago office as public involvement manager.
Steven Lichtenberger has joined Leo A Daly as president, executive leadership team. He will be responsible for leading the firm’s global planning, architecture, engineering and interiors practice worldwide.
WSP has hired Sahar Shirazi and Frank Perry to be part of its connected and automated vehicle team.
Maggie Walsh, HDR vice president, was named the new chair for the WTS International board of directors. She plans to build on her 20-year commitment to WTS, which focuses on promoting equity and access for all women in transportation.
Milwaukee-based Kahler-Slater has promoted Glenn Roby and Al Krueger to executive vice president.
Livonia, Mich.-based Aristeo Construction has named Michelle Aristeo Barton as its new president. The former president, Joe Aristeo, will take on the role of executive adviser.
Burns & McDonnell has made several hires in its Columbus, Ohio, office. Neal Clements has joined as a senior architect, Brandi Sauter has been hired as a project manager, Michael Sauter has joined as a senior designer and Sam Allen will head the Columbus office's global facilities team.
Scott Beard has been hired as a senior project manager by Spiegelglass Construction Co. of St. Louis. Beard will manage all aspects of local and regional projects—from preconstruction to completion—for restaurant and retail clients.
Terrance J. Dull has been hired by KZF Design Group in Cincinnati as director of its transportation and infrastructure group.
Phillip Byers has joined CHA Consulting Inc. as senior engineer and section manager for the firm’s electrical group.
The Lathrop Co., a subsidiary of Turner Construction, has promoted Tim Meyer to vice president in its Toledo, Ohio, office.
Calvin Collins has joined Green Bay, Wis.-based H.J. Martin and Son as an accountant.
Marty Cawley has been hired as a structural engineer in Hanson Professional Services Inc.’s Springfield, Ill., office.