MidAtlantic People: Construction business updates for December 2018
Engineering firm Draper Aden Associates in Richmond has hired Robert Mann as survey division manager and David Ashley as Richmond team leader for the survey division. Mann, with 34 years of related experience, previously worked for AES Consulting Engineers as vice president of survey and as a senior project manager. Ashley, who has more than 45 years of related experience, previously was a staff surveyor at SAM Cos. in Manassas Park, Va.
Aziz Ahmed also has joined the firm in Richmond as utilities division team leader and program manager. Ahmed has more than 21 years of experience providing engineering services to the utilities sector and other industries. In DAA’s Virginia Beach office, Joseph Bushey has been hired as a senior project manager. Bushey has more than 24 years of related industry experience.
Bryon McCarthy has been named a principal in Cuhaci & Peterson’s Philadelphia office. Previously, McCarthy was a project manager. He has more than 15 years of experience in the A/E/C industry.
Matthew J. Jeanneret has been named executive vice president and chief operating officer of the Washington, D.C.-based American Road & Transportation Builders Association (ARTBA). Jeanneret, who joined ARTBA in 1998 as director of public affairs, has been the association’s deputy chief operating officer since January. For the past decade, Jeanneret had been ARTBA’s senior vice president of communications and marketing.
Steve Skinner has joined the Walsh Group as vice president and business group leader. He will be responsible for project execution and expanding the company’s commercial building construction business in the Washington, D.C., market. Skinner, with 37 years of industry experience, previously was executive vice president and general manager at Skanska.
Design and engineering firm Davis, Bowen & Friedel Inc. (DBF) has added key staff members to its growing corporate offices in Salisbury, Md. Cayla J. Campbell has joined DBF as marketing coordinator. Campbell has more than 11 years of marketing experience in the architecture/engineering industry on Maryland’s Eastern Shore. Campbell supervises marketing for all three of the firm’s locations, in Salisbury and Easton, Md., and Milford, Del.
DBF has also hired Leigh S. Enterlein as staff accountant. Enterlein has experience as an accountant and operations manager in the architecture and construction industries, preparing analytical data, mediating negotiations and providing financial information. Enterlein primarily handles accounts receivable, accounts payable, cash receipts, billing review and invoice preparation for the firm. Jennifer L. Skarren, who joined the firm as an administrative assistant, has been named marketing assistant. She assists with qualifications packages, press releases, social media and other marketing initiatives.
Jennifer Uhle has joined the Nuclear Energy Institute as vice president for generation and suppliers. She will be responsible for regulatory affairs, engineering, fuel, radiation protection, security and incident response. Uhle previously was director of reactor safety programs at engineering and consulting firm Jensen Hughes. Before that, she worked for the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission for 23 years. Uhle replaces Joe Pollock, who is retiring. Pollock will remain at NEI until Dec. 31 as Uhle makes the transition to her new job.