Feniosky Peña-Mora, a civil-environmental engineering professor at Columbia
The New Jersey Institute of Technology, Newark, has named Moshe Kam dean of its
MWH Global has named Richard Dixon as its country manager in Chile. Based in Santiago, he is formerly Latin America managing director at water technology firm Xylem Inc. The firm also has hired Moghes Ayalew Mekonen as country manager for Ethiopia, based in Addis Ababa. He had been dams and hydropower group coordinator for the Africa region at SMEC International. Mekonen will focus on developing renewable energy projects.
Steven Dye has joined CH2M Hill Cos. as Asia-Pacific regional managing director. Based in Melbourne, Australia, he was Asia-Pacific regional president and global water-sector leader at MWH Global. Also joining CH2M Hill, as chief strategic development officer, is Lisa Glatch. She was senior vice president of global sales at Jacobs Engineering and formerly, a group president at Fluor Corp.
Chris Mitchell and Rusty Simpson join Apex Cos., a Rockville, Md., environmental services firm, as principals following its March 31 purchase of Southwest Geoscience, a Dallas environmental firm at which they held those same positions.About 45 employees have joined Apex.
Skip Johnson joins Three Oaks Engineering, a Durham, N.C., transportation and environmental firm as principal, based in Columbia, S.C. He had been a vice president of Michael Baker International and ran its South Carolina operations.
DMS Construction Consulting Services has hired Mike Davis as senior vice president. Now based in Columbia, Md., he was Hill International operations director in Abu Dhabi.