Skanska AB, Stockholm, has named Michael McNally executive vice president and president of Skanska USA Inc., the Parsippany, N.J.-based holding company for its two U.S. construction units, Skanska USA Building and Skanska USA Civil. Replacing him in his former role as president of Skanska USA Building is Bill Flemming, a 22-year firm veteran. That unit also elevated three executives located in Seattle. Curt Burks becomes corporate senior vice president of technical services, which includes pre-construction services, project controls, virtual design and construction and building information modeling. Eric Temp is named vice president of preconstruction and Alan Dunbar becomes senior preconstruction director.

Bob Driscoll has joined BEM Systems, an environmental consultant in Chatham, N.J., as chief financial officer. He most recently was chief financial officer for CUH2A, a Princeton, N.J., architect-engineer-planner, and also was vice president of finance for the infrastructure division of Washington Group International.


The General Contractors Association of New York, New York City, has selected Denise Richardon as managing director. She had been deputy managing director since 2006 and previously served as deputy commissioner for the New York City Dept. of Environmental Protection’s Bureau of Customer Services. Richardson also held management roles in construction contract administration at New York City Transit and at two other city agencies. She is the first woman in her role at GCANY, which celebrates its centennial in 2009.


Col. Janice Lembke Dombi was named commander of the Army Corps of Engineers’ South Pacific Division, based in San Francisco. She is the first woman to command a Corps division. A member of the Corps since 1981, Dombi had been division deputy commander and previously commanded the Corps’ Far East district in Korea. Dombi now leads a 2,200-person professional workforce and manages $2 billion in military and civil works programs in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah, and parts of five other states.

Terry’s Electric Inc., an Orlando-based electrical subcontractor, has named Stan Bunch senior vice president of its commercial division. A 30-year firm veteran, he started as a foreman and was most recently vice president. The firm also promoted Pat Murphy to division vice president from senior commercial estimator.

SmithGroup, a Detroit-based architect-engineer-planner has promoted Rod Vickroy to principal for its workplace studio in Chicago. He had been design director and joined the firm in 2007.

Sharon Jenkins Banks has been appointed deputy regional administrator for the U.S. General Services Administration’s national capital region in Washington, D.C., the federal real estate management agency’s largest region. She had been director of the region’s metropolitan service center. In her new role, Banks serves as the region’s chief operating officer, responsible for a $2-billion annual operating budget and 93 million sq ft of real estate inventory in 880 federally owned and leased facilities.