KlingStubbins Welcomes New Leadership
Robert Thompson retires from his post as CEO, opening the door for three new leaders to guide the design firm in the coming years.
KlingStubbins of Philadelphia kicked off 2008 with big moves among within its management ranks. Chief Executive Officer Robert G. Thompson has retired, ending his 30-year career with the firm including eight years as CEO. Three co-leaders will guide the firm for the next several years, including Bradford White Fiske as national director of design, Robert T. Hsu as national director of projects and Michael R. Lorenz as national managing principal. In other moves, Marc Clair was appointed national director of business development and marketing, Paul Leonard was tapped to serve as director of engineering, John Neilson was appointed the market sector leader for Science + Technology Projects, and Kimberly R. Williams was promoted to national director of interiors.
Leo A Daly of Washington appointed Janis J. Saltans as vice president and director of design and Alan J. Feltoon as vice president and director of interior architecture.
Tetra Tech Architects & Engineers promoted Robert Maffia to Mid-Atlantic regional manager and hired Peter P. Spinella as director of the firm’s Delaware office
Heery International of Baltimore appointed Skip Parks as its Baltimore area manager and named John Furman as east regional manager.
RMJM Hillier of Philadelphia promoted David Altenhofen to technical design principal.
Perkins+Will of Washington added four new principals: Janet White, Nick Caronna, Michael Galway and Lynn Osborne, who is design principal in the Interiors studio
Cubellis of Philadelphia hired Steven C. Devine as principal and director of structural engineering.
HNTB Corporation appointed Tetsuya Yamamoto to principal landscape architect/urban designer of the firm’s Washington, DC office.
HITT Contracting of Fairfax, Va., recently announced several promotions. Steven Richbourg is executive vice president. Peter Lanfranchi is senior vice president, Institutional. Joseph LaFonte is vice president, Law Firms. Christopher Campbell is senior project manager, Healthcare. Robert Stewart is senior project manager, Corporate Interiors. Richard Stanard is treasurer.
K3 Construction of Reston, Va., named Keith Clark a principal of the company and promoted him to vice president of preconstruction.
H&H Rock Companies of Elkridge, Md., promoted Bradd M. Caplan to vice president of commercial development, Joseph E. Link to vice president of residential development and Thomas J. Gessner to executive vice president.
McDonough Bolyard Peck of Fairfax, Va., promoted James Peck to vice president, Jim Mascaro to associate and Don Young to associate
BLT Architects of Philadelphia hired Anthony P. Giaquinto as Controller.
Draper Aden Associates hired Glenn Telfer as development and technical leader for Sustainable Design and senior project engineer in its Richmond office. The firm named Douglas R. Wilson, in Blacksburg, and Sheryl S. Stephens and Charles H. King, in Richmond, as associates.
Stantec of Philadelphia promoted George C. Cressman, Jr., to senior associate.
HKS of Richmond promoted Craig Rader to associate principal/senior vice president, Steve Buell to vice president and Eric Thomas to vice president.
Southway Builders of Baltimore hired Matthew Bolyard as project manager.
Dewberry named David L. Taylor, Jr., as an associate in the firm’s Baltimore office.
Cannon Design of Baltimore hired Claire Edwards as a staff architect and Rodell E. Phaire, Jr. as a senior project architect.
Girard Engineering of Falls Church promoted J. Andrew Marusich and Stephen J. Millnick to principal.
Trammell Crow Residential of Rockville, Md., named Chad DuBeau a partner in the Mid-Atlantic region.