LVI Services Inc., the New York City-based environmental and facility services firm, has named Scott E. State as president and CEO. He was CEO of U.S. Development Group LLC, a Denver consulting firm he founded. State also is former chairman and CEO of MACTEC Inc., the Atlanta engineering, environmental and construction services firm that, in his 10 years leading the company, grew to more than $500 million in revenue from $45 million, says LVI. He is based in Denver and Manhattan.

Michael A. Lucki has joined CH2M Hill Cos., Denver, as senior vice president and chief financial officer, effective on Nov. 1. He had been an Irvine, Calif.-based partner at Ernst & Young, where he led the financial consultant’s global practices in engineering-construction and infrastructure. As CFO, Lucki succeeds JoAnn Shea, the firm’s chief accounting officer, who served in an interim role following the resignation earlier this year of M. Catherine Santee. He is a national board member of the Construction Financial Management Association. Glenn Daigger, senior vice president and chief technology officer, has become president of the International Water Association, a global network of 10,000 water professionals.


Michael M. Feigin has joined Navigant Consulting Inc., Chicago, as managing director for construction advisory services. He is based in New York City. Feigin is formerly the managing director and global construction practice leader at insurance broker Marsh. He also had been the executive vice president and chief administrative officer for construction firm Bovis Lend Lease.

Engineer-architect STV Inc., New York City, has named Sam Spata as executive vice president of its buildings and facilities division. He had been co-director at architect Perkins + Will and a senior vice president at architect HOK.


KCI Technologies Inc., Sparks, Md., has appointed Kenneth T. Briggs as its highway practice leader. He joins the design firm from senior positions at the Maryland State Highway Administration, most recently as deputy director and design manager of the InterCounty Connector, a $2.4-billion toll freeway being built in Montgomery and Prince George’s counties; he also was highway design division chief. Briggs is a Transportation Research Board panel chairman.

Steve Small has joined infrastructure contractor Flatiron Corp., Longmont, Colo., as vice president of business development for its Canadian division. Based in Vancouver, B.C., he leads marketing in Canada focused on alternate project delivery. Small was senior vice president of development at Bilfinger Berger Project Investments, North America, and a project manager in Australia for the firm’s construction division.

Barnhill Contracting Co., Raleigh, N.C., has promoted Barry Harden to operations vice president of its buildings division. A 15-year company veteran, he had been a project executive.

WFL, a St. Louis-based surety bond, insurance, risk management and financial services agency, has named Corey Williams as vice president of sales and marketing. He had been broker-owner of The Pinnacle Solutions Group, also based in St. Louis.