People in the News – May/June 2009




DLR Group, headquartered in Omaha, Neb., promoted Janice Poley to senior associate. Poley will lead business development for the Southeast region and develop the firm’s courthouse practice at the national level.

Design and engineering firm PSA-Dewberry named Jennifer Taylor building information modeling manager at its Dallas office. Taylor will be responsible for developing BIM standards and assisting with strategic development.

David S. Angle was promoted to chief operating officer and Jeffrey P. Merritt, CCM, was promoted to president of Reynolds Construction Management, with Anthony P. Worrall now president of Reynolds Restoration Services.

GreenWorks Studio, a partner company of Harley Ellis Devereaux, hired Edward Dean, AIA, LEED AP, to lead its San Francisco office. Dean has 25 years of architectural design experience and 10 years of academic teaching experience.

WHR Architects, based in Houston, announced Laurie Waggener, RRT, IIDA, AAHID, joined the firm as part of its knowledge resource studio. In her new role, Waggener will be actively involved in identifying areas for research and accessing credible evidence for specific projects, according to the firm.

PSA Security Network, an electronic security cooperative, whose membership reported security installation contracts valued at more than $1.7 billion, appointed Brian Mathieu as national accounts committee chairman. Mathieu has more than 25 years of experience in the security electronics sector.


Rotobrush International LLC, a provider of energy-efficiency solutions based in Grapevine, Texas, hired Clint Harris as vice president of business services.

Carmel Architectural Sales, a provider of exterior building envelope and glazing solutions in Anaheim, Calif., hired Chuck Mowrey as vice president of business development for the southern California and Nevada markets.

Environ-Solutions, a manufacturer of green-certified cleaning chemicals, hired Mark Warner to serve as regional sales manager for the Atlantic seaboard region, director of training and project manager for the disinfectants and sanitizers division.

Meta-Lite Inc., a custom metalwork and steel manufacturing firm based in Clifton, N.J., re-hired Michael Rosenberg, managing member of M.R. Secure Sales, to lead its modular steel cell division in the domestic and international corrections markets.


The U.S. Green Building Council appointed Scot Horst to the newly created position senior vice president, LEED. Horst served as chair of the LEED Steering Committee, which recently launched LEED v3 rating system.

After 16 years of service with the International Facility Management Association, President and CEO David J. Brady announced plans to retire during the first quarter of 2010.