Real Estate Journal — Pennsylvania — October 10 - 23, 2014 — 11C


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Promoted to project manager Benchmark Construction promotes Robertson & Beiler

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152 Garrett Road, Upper Darby, PA 19082 610-449-3152 201 Haddonfield Berlin Road, Cherry Hill, NJ 08034 856-857-9333 www.aeconstruction.com


select projects. Their duties include coordinating field and administrative activi-

at Benchmark in June of 2011 as an assistant project manager. A graduate of the College of William and Mary, Robertson holds a Bachelors degree in Business and Ad- ministration as well as a Bachelor of Art with finance and architecture concentra- tions. Beiler started at Bench- mark in August of 2011 as an assistant project manager and is a graduate of the Lan- caster County Academy. n Developments Construction Renovations Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal Contact: Elaine Fanning 800-584-1062/781-871-5298 Ext. 212 EFanning@mareJournal.com Teenie earned her degrees in nursing from The American University and the University of Maryland at Baltimore and her design degree from Har- cum College. A member of the International Interior Design Association, she co-chairs the popular IIDA Product Parade for the PA/NJ/DE Chapter. Teenie is also active in the American Society of Interior Designers, PA East Chapter; the Nursing Institute for Healthcare Design; the Cen- ter for Healthcare Design; and the Florida Association of Nurse Practitioners. She is a resident of Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. n said EwingCole’s president, Mark Hebden . “Her work will enhance the healthcare environment for caregivers as well as patients.”

R O W N S T O W N , PA — Benchmark Construction Com-

ties as well as ensuring that all par- ties involved in the con- s t r u c t i o n process are working to s e r v e t h e clients’ best

pany, Inc. announced t h a t Er i c Robertson a n d Ro b - ert Beiler hav e be en promoted to project man- age r . Rob -


Tilden Ridge Shopping Center

Rob Beiler

Eric Robertson

ertson and Beiler will over- see the daily operations of

interests. Robertson started working

EwingCole adds healthcare desig er nurse to Philadelphia Office

PHILADELPHIA, PA — EwingCole , one of the na- tion’s leading healthcare de-

care projects,” said Natalie Miovski Hagerty , national director of the healthcare practice. Prior to joining EwingCole, Teenie served as a design consultant adapting medical office buildings and residen- tial sites to ADA standards. Before she earned her design degree, Teenie was an adult nurse in emergency medical trauma units and a pediatric nurse in neonatal ICUs for hospitals in Maryland, Vir- ginia and Florida. At EwingCole, Teenie is working on projects for Saint Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia and Geisinger Health Systems in Danville, Pennsylvania. “Teenie understands the needs of healthcare staff from personal experience,”

sign firms, announced t h a t Te e - nie Brack- e n , R N , MS, NNP, E D A C , has j o ined the firm as hea l thcare

www.keasthood.com Philadelphia | Washington

Serving building owners, developers, real estate professionals, and architects since 1953.

Teenie Bracken

designer / clinical consultant in its Philadelphia office. Bracken brings over 25 years of combined nursing and de- sign experience. “Teenie’s unique experi- ence as a nurse who has served in a variety of hospital and rehabilitative care set- tings plus her training as a designer gives her extraor- dinary insight into health-

Renovations & Additions

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Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal Contact: Elaine Fanning 781-878-7420 x212 EFanning@mareJournal.com

400 Market Street, Suite 1250 Philadelphia, PA 19106 215.625.0099 1350 Connecticut Avenue NW, Suite 412 Washington, DC 20036 202.223.1941

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