Skanska USA announced that Chris Hillyer has been promoted to Senior Vice President of Prefabrication in the Central Region, based in San Antonio, and Chad Yount has been promoted from Senior Executive Vice President and General Manager of Construction and Construction Services to Chief Executive Officer.
With more than 25 years of experience, Orr will be responsible for Skanska USA's construction and construction services business in the Central Region. PE licenses in six states and has more than 20 years of experience in construction, construction management, engineering, design and procurement.
Powell is a 25-year industry veteran who began his career as a field worker and carpenter. Yount began her career in construction and services at Skanska USA in 2010 after graduating from the University of Arizona.
Roberts joins RGGC's team with 25 years of corporate finance experience, including more than 20 years as senior vice president and chief financial officer. Sankey is the Director of Operations for Texas and holds a Bachelor's degree in Economics from the University of Texas at Austin and a Master's degree in Business Administration from Texas A & M.
Before joining McCarthy, Mason worked for public and private organizations, including the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. Saindon has more than 20 years of engineering and consulting experience and has worked on dozens of major projects across the country, including Kennedy Airport. Millikan holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from the University of Texas at Austin and a master's degree in engineering from Texas A & M.
Amie Kromis has been promoted to senior vice president and general manager of the company's Dallas, Texas office. Matthew Greanead joined Chamberlin as Senior Project Manager, while David Mequet was hired as Technical Director for the Dallas - Fort Worth area. Lyle Coston was promoted to lead engineer for the Houston and Dallas offices, and Adam Matthys was promoted to lead engineer for the Houston office in Dallas. Kraig Murray was promoted to senior project manager in Chamberlins' Oklahoma office and Tim Rosenberg was promoted from appraisal manager to head of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma's Department of Administration.
Miller joins Stantec's Houston office and will lead a team of engineers and engineers in the company's engineering, design, construction and operations departments. McBee previously served as senior vice president and general manager of the Houston and Dallas offices, overseeing the construction and operation of a $1.2 billion water treatment plant in Houston.
Joe Pobiner and Rebecca Pittman join the Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning Group at the firm's Dallas office. Xi Zhao joins Freese Nichols as a water and wastewater treatment engineer specializing in desalination. Wick and Warden, along with Frees Nichols in Tulsa, lead the company's engineering, design, construction and operations departments at its Tulsa and Dallas offices.
Mike Allen will become head of regional underground engineering and Randy Powell will become vice president of water and wastewater engineering at Skanska's Houston office. Carlos Alvarez has been promoted to the position of Director of Environment, Health and Safety, who oversees the Texas market and is based in Skanka Houston's office. Structure Tone Southwest announced that Eric Hage has been promoted to regional vice president in the Dallas office as regional director of engineering and operations for the State of Texas and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
Marco Ramirez has joined Garver's Texas-based water team as vice president of water and wastewater engineering, based in Skanska's Houston office, as regional director of engineering and operations for the state of Texas and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Cory Delz has been promoted to regional manager in the Dallas office, and Luis Licon is joining the team in his new position as regional manager of the Texas market.
David M.Y. Millikan has joined WGI's Transportation Division as Vice President of Engineering and Operations for the State of Texas and the U.S. Virgin Islands. Dan Gilbane has been named director of water and wastewater engineering at the Houston office.
The exterior of the building is largely unchanged, except for a limestone ramp added for the disabled. The finished stone base extends below the slope, where tall sash windows span the entrance to the car park and the car park, as well as the main entrance and exit ramp.
Gila woodpeckers stay where the ribs are separated enough to cut the cavities between them. In the desert, the woodpecker performs an important task by removing unhealthy meat from saguaro cacti.
Gill peckers dig out the cavities in cacti and trees with their claws, which they use as nesting places, while they wait for the juice to harden. Gila woodpecker digs the cave in cacti and trees with his claws, which he uses as a nesting place while he waits ForThe juice hardens in the cactus cavity of a Saguaro tree in El Paso, Texas.