The International Association of Bridge, Structural, Ornamental and Reinforcing Iron Workers has elevated Kevin Hilton to be CEO of the union's Management Progressive Action Cooperative Trust (IMPACT), its labor-management employment partnership. He succeeds Eric Waterman, IMPACT's founding CEO, who will retire on April 27. Hilton, who had been executive assistant to Waterman, also served as a senior vice president at the Association of Union Constructors, which had been known as the National Erectors Association. Waterman, formerly a vice president at that association, was named an ENR Newsmaker in 2003 for his work at IMPACT.
Dewberry, a Fairfax, Va., professional services firm, has elected Barry K. Dewberry to be chairman, effective on April 13. Formerly vice chairman, he succeeds his father and firm co-founder Sidney O. Dewberry, who becomes chairman emeritus. The firm was founded in 1956.
Quanta Services Inc., Houston, has announced two executive changes. Derrick Jensen is elevated to chief financial officer, effective on May 17. Currently the specialty contractor's senior vice president of finance and administration and chief accounting officer, he will succeed James Haddox in the role. Haddox will become executive vice president, involved with strategic acquisitions, investments and "long-term goals," says the firm. Jensen has been with Quanta in financial roles since 1997.
David R. Sherman has joined MWH Global, Broomfield, Colo., as senior executive utility consultant in the company's Americas G&I operation. He had been director of public works for the city of Indianapolis. Sherman was named a 2012 ENR Newsmaker for leading a team that successfully negotiated a revision to a federal environmental consent decree that officials say saved the city more than $750 million in capital costs. Sherman also is a technical adviser to the U.S. Conference of Mayors. Sherman remains based in Indianapolis.
HDR, Omaha, has elevated Charlie O'Reilly to executive vice president and director of the company's transportation group. Based in Boston, he succeeds Eric Keen, who was named president of HDR Engineering Inc. O'Reilly, previously transportation director for the firm's eastern region, will be replaced in that role by Senior Vice President Eli Khoury. Based in New York City, Khoury is a board member of the American Council of Engineering Companies' New York chapter.
STV, the New York City engineering firm, has announced several management promotions. Elevated to senior vice president is E. Richard Capps Jr., regional manager for the firm's transportation and infrastructure division in its Raleigh, N.C.-based southeastern region. Promoted to vice president are Brent Walters and Christine Flaherty in New York City; Christopher D. Antoni, Cynthia Manning and Bruce Nickles in Douglassville, Pa., and John Johnson and Mark Robbins in Charlotte, N.C.