M/E insider: recent new hires and promotions – 2007-09-26

KlingStubbins names new associates, four architects at BSA LifeStructures named to the American College of Healthcare Architects and more.

By Consulting Specifying Engineer Staff September 26, 2007

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.