Hires, Promotions, Honors & Transactions New Rosser employees include Jeff Hendrick, Jessika Nelson, Jose Neto, Clarence Jefferson, Rob Wanderman, Gavin Munoz, Juan Robledo (Backrow) Colleen Bitterman, Jessica Steele-Hardin and KC Commander (Seated). ROSSER INTERNATIONAL, an architecture and engineering firm in midtown Atlanta, welcomed fresh talent to their ranks. These new team members will work on all aspects of Rosser’s projects, such as the Sandy Springs City Center, the Emiri Naval Base in Qatar and the Florida State University Stadium Expansion, along with new marketing efforts in social media and blogging. Their backgrounds range from recent graduates, to work in the marketing, media and design industries, to experience abroad in Brazil and China. Rosser is also excited to now be able to field a robust softball team that competes weekly at Piedmont Park. HUSSEY GAY BELL announced Jennifer Oetgen, P.E., as its Principal and Vice President. “I feel like I grew up here at Hussey Gay Bell. I have been fortunate to be involved in some amazing projects over the last 15 years,” Oetgen said in a press release. Oetgen is currently leading Hussey Gay Bell’s design efforts for the City of Savannah’s President Street Biosolids Facilities Expansion project in addition to the GEFA Deep Aquifer project slated for Tybee Island. CH2M selected Daveitta Jenkins as the Atlanta Area Manager. Jenkins joined CH2M in 2005 and spent the first four years working in a local client program office serving as Design Manager and then Program Manager before moving to the Atlanta office in 2010. Jenkins has a highway engineering background and serves as a Senior Project Manager in the Transportation Business Group and Client Service Manager for local clients. She is active in the community and with various professional organizations such as WTS, and also serves on the ACEC Georgia Board of Directors. JACOBS strengthened its southeast regional leadership team serving infrastructure, water and transportation clients with four strategic hires. The experienced professionals who joined the Jacobs team include Dr. Chandra Mysore, P.E., BCEE, who stepped into the role of Southeast Region Water Technology Leader; Dale Jones, who became the Greater Atlanta Business Zone Leader for the Water Business; Kim Conroy, who now serves as the Senior PM/CM & CEI Director; and Mr. Michael Kray, AICP, as a Senior Transportation Planner and Project Manager. BARGE, WAGGONER, SUMNER & CANNON, INC. named Michael Buhler, P.E. Office Lead at its Peachtree Corners office. Buhler has more than 35 years of civil engineering experience, including heavy construction field engineering, Department of Transportation highway design and civil engineering project and client management. S&ME appointed three new Vice Presidents across its Transportation, Energy and Business Development sectors: Shannon Sweitzer, P.E., Transportation Business Unit Director; Timothy Van Echo, P.E., Senior Engineer for the Energy/Shale Gas Business Unit; and Melvin Williams, Senior Business Developer. NOVA promoted Phillip Kauzlarich, P.E. to the role of Construction Services Department Manager at the firm’s Pensacola, fllocation aft er spending two years at the Kennesaw office. WOODARD & CURRAN received a 2014 Environmental Business Journal Award for Business Achievement in the Large Firm category. The award was given by the Environmental Business Journal® (EBJ), a business research publication for the environmental industry that honored 50 companies for revenue growth, acquisitions, innovative project designs, technology applications, new practice areas, social contributions and industry leadership in 2014. Woodard & Curran was recognized for revenue growth of approximately 16 percent to $166 million in 2014. THOMAS & HUTTON announced that Robert “Robbie” Cheek, P.E. joined the firm’s Brunswick, GA office as a Senior Project Manager. A native of Camden County, GA, Cheek is a Veteran of the U.S. Navy and a graduate of Southern Polytechnic State University. Prior to joining T&H, he worked as a Camden County Engineer. Since 1996, Cheek operated and owned his consulting firm, P&A Engineering, out of Kingsland, GA.
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