New England People: Construction business updates for December 2018
Medford, Mass.-based BOND promoted Anthony Bond to serve as president of the firm’s civil and utility division, while Kane Cuddy was named chief operating officer for the division, which operates in Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Jersey and from a recently opened office in the Bronx, N.Y.
A fifth generation Bond, Anthony Bond previously served as vice president of the firm’s oil and gas division, where he helped lead the New Haven and New York City office as well as extending the firm’s reach to the MidAtlantic market. In 2015, he was named one of ENR New England’s Top Young Professionals.
Cuddy’s previous roles include vice president of operations, vice president of civil infrastructure, director of operations and project manager.
BOND also hired Bruce Brown as vice president, southern New England, civil and utility. Brown will oversee the operations of civil, utility and energy construction for the firm’s C&U division in Connecticut, Western Massachusetts and affiliated regions. Brown previously served as the chief operating officer at NG Advantage LLC and as Cianbro’s vice president and general manager for the oil, gas and chemical market.
Enda Fahey is chief financial officer at Norwood, Mass.-based GZA. Fahey served as acting CFO for the geotechnical, environmental, ecological, water and construction management firm from March to September after previous CFO Dan Breuer retired. Previously, Fahey served as corporate controller at GenPower Services LLC and CRH.
Bart Sweeney joined HNTB Corp. as a senior project manager and associate vice president in the firm’s Rocky Hill, Conn., office. Experienced in transportation infrastructure, including project management, design, construction, maintenance and operations, Sweeney spent 23 years with the Connecticut Dept. of Transportation, where he most recently served as transportation maintenance director for the bureau of highway operations. At ConnDOT, he oversaw $140 million of service contracts, highway operations centers and the agency’s $200-million equipment fleet. He also managed maintenance activities for approximately 4,000 bridges throughout the state as well as serving as the transportation supervising engineer responsible for the design and construction of approximately 150 projects.
Lisa Killaby is the new head of the workplace strategy practice in Perkins+Will’s Boston office, while associate principal Gautam Sundaram joined the office to lead its urban design practice. Killaby most recently held interior design leadership positions at Stantec and ADD Inc. in Boston. A member of the CoreNet board, she is working on the student engagement effort across Boston-area universities. Killaby will focus on corporate clients on the East Coast. Sundaram focuses on landscape architecture, urban design and academic planning. Most recently, he was a principal at DumontJanks and prior to that a senior associate at Sasaki.
Perkins + Will also named three associate principals: operations director Andrew Grote, marketing director Carolyn Cooney and senior designer Matthew Pierce.
Schimenti Construction Co. promoted Jeff Hogan to be a director of its Connecticut region, where he will oversee all suburban operations, including business development, talent acquisition and budget for all projects. He has previously served as a project manager and project executive at the firm, working on several high-profile projects, including FreshDirect, JC Penney, Landmark Theatre, CMX Theatre and multiple Capital One banks.