Acquisitions, new hires, and other changes at the nation’s MEP engineering firms: Dewberry, RTKL, Newcomb & Boyd, and others.
Dewberry, Fairfax, Va., a privately held professional services firm, announced that MEP Engineering firm IES Engineers, Chapel Hill, N.C., will become a Dewberry affiliate.
EMCOR Group, Norwalk, Conn., a Fortune 500 firm in mechanical and electrical construction, energy infrastructure, and facilities services, announced it has been named to the InformationWeek 500 for the sixth consecutive year and placed No. 1 in the Construction & Engineering industry segment. InformationWeek 500 tracks the technology practices of the nation’s most innovative and best-known companies, documenting their business-technology strategies, investments, and administrative practices.
International Council of Shopping Centers, New York, Jerry Yudelson, PE, MS, MBA, LEED AP, principal of Yudelson Assocs., Tucson, Ariz., as its first research scholar.
KKE Architects, Minneapolis, has promoted three staff members to the title of senior associate: Cliff Buikema, AIA, Government Group, Minneapolis; Jennifer Anderson-Tuttle, Education Group, Minneapolis; and Yihong Liu, AIA, Commercial Development Group, Las Vegas.
Malcolm Pirnie, Denver, is expanding its geospatial and geographic information system consulting service capabilities through the acquisition of the business of Destiny
Resources Inc., a consulting firm located in Lakewood, Colo.
Newcomb & Boyd, Atlanta, has hired Lindsey A. Ewing, EIT, as a mechanical engineer, and Hakim S. Saahir as an audio-visual engineer.
RTKL announced that the Special Systems Design Group of its Washington, D.C., office has promoted Darren L. Vican, RCDD/OSP, to vice president. Vican’s