M/E insider: recent new hires and promotions
KlingStubbins names new associates, four architects at BSA LifeStructures named to the American College of Healthcare Architects and more.
David W. Esch, AIA , joins KlingStubbins ' Washington, D.C., office as senior project manager in the Washington, D.C., office. The firm also announced that Wanchul Lee, AIA, has been named senior architect in the same office.
Fanning/Howey Assocs., Celina, Ohio, formed a 50-person engineering group to provide comprehensive mechanical, plumbing, electrical, structural and technology design services for new building and renovation projects.
Four architects at BSA LifeStructures , Indianapolis— Don Able, Doug Abrams, Monte Hoover and Joe Mynhierhave been elected to the American College of Healthcare Architects. KJWW Engineering Consultants , Rock Island, Ill., announced that Ryan Hepler, Rich Larson, PE , of the firm’s Des Moines, Iowa, office, achieved the status of LEED AP. Hepler joined KJWW in 2003 as a mechanical engineer. Larson joined in 1997 as an electrical engineer. At the firm’s Naperville, Ill., location, Jeff Jameson, PE , achieved the status of LEED AP. A senior engineer with 25 years of experience, Jameson joined KJWW in 2004. Bradick Young, PE, also achieved LEED AP at the Naperville office. Jeff Boldt , an employee of the firm’s Madison, Wis., office, has been named a voting member of ASHRAE’s 90.1 Committee. Smith Seckman Reid , Houston, hired Krish Maharaj as mechanical engineer.