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Members in the News On The Move Stephen H. Lucy was named CEO of JQ, a Dallas-based structural and civil engineering firm. Gary Jaster, founding partner and principal, will continue to serve in an advisory capacity during the leadership transition period. Lucy joined JQ in 1994 as a co-founder of the firm's Dallas office. Following the retirement of President and COO Bill Rizzo, Acton, Mass.-based Geocomp Corporation formed a three-person executive committee that will manage firm operations: Gary T. Torosian, director of testing services; Cynthia Carleo, manager of consulting services in Boston and Chicago; and Jack Salerno, manager of consulting services in New York and Atlanta. All three were promoted from vice president to executive vice president and will report to founder and CEO W. Allen Marr. Paul VanDuyne was appointed CEO and Zareh Astourian was named chairman of a new holding company, IMEG Corporation, that will manage Rock Island, Ill.-based KJWW Engineering and Pasadena, Calif.based TTG Engineers following the merger of the two firms. VanDuyne and Astourian were former presidents of the firms. Both companies will continue to operate independently as subsidiaries of IMEG and will integrate their operational infrastructure during the coming year. Anthony B. Bouchard joined Bostonbased CDM Smith as North American unit president. He is based in the firm's Chicago office. Formerly, he served as executive vice president of AECOM's Americas water business. Gary LaPaille was promoted to senior vice president of government affairs of Broomfield, Colo.-based MWH Global. He formerly served as vice president and is based in the firm's Washington, D.C., office. New York City-based AKRF appointed Jeffrey Vladyka senior vice president. He will lead the firm's construction management/resident engineering and inspection practice. He previously served as vice president and deputy director of construction management services at URS Corp. (acquired by AECOM in 2014). Gill Mosseri also joined AKRF as a senior vice president and will be part of the firm's traffic and transportation practice. He also came from URS/AECOM, where he served as a vice president for business development, operations manager and a principal-incharge/project manager. Both are based in the firm's New York City office. Ed Wiegele was appointed senior vice president & pipeline services sector director of Lowell, Mass.-based TRC Companies following its acquisition of the Professional Services business segment of Willbros Group. Willbros Professional Services becomes the fourth operating segment in the TRC portfolio and will be called "Pipeline Services." Wiegele will be based in TRC's Tulsa, Okla., office. Amanda Schumacher joined Philadelphia-based Urban Engineers as vice presi- dent and director of corporate development. She previously served as associate vice president and marketing and business development manager at T.Y. Lin International. Stephen Lucy From left to right: Jack Salerno, Gary Torosian, W. Allen Marr, Bill Rizzo and Cynthia Carleo Paul VanDuyne Zareh Astouian Anthony B. Bouchard Gary LaPaille Ed Wiegele Amanda Schumacher 46 ENGINEERING INC. JANUARY / FEBRUARY 2016 Jeffrey Vladyka Gill Mosseri

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Engineering Inc. - January/February 2016

Engineering Inc. - January/february 2016
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From ACEC to You
Market Watch
Legislative Action
Turning Back the Tides
2016 Legislative Outlook
Racing to Help
Going Global
Smooth Sailing
2016 Annual Convention Preview
Business Insights
Mergers and Acquisitions
Members in the News
Guest Column

Engineering Inc. - January/February 2016