Real Estate Journal — Owners, Developers & Managers — February 26 - March 10, 2016 — 21B


M id A tlantic

O wners , D evelopers & M anagers

Rhodeside & Harwell promotes Parker, Judy, & Rainer

D. Caldwell looks to encourage growth in Burlington County Stout &Caldwell principal ap- pointed BC2 board president

experience, joined Rhodeside & Harwell in 2010. Judy has managed several major trans- portation and land use plan- ning initiatives for the firm, including the award-winning Hull Street Corridor Revital- ization Plan for the City of Richmond and Chesterfield County, VA. Thomas Rainer is a land- scape architect with 14 years of experience. He joined Rho- deside & Harwell in 2009 and has directed the landscape design for many major proj- ects, including the Connecticut Avenue median in downtown D.C.; the revitalization of Jones Beach State Park inNew York; and the historic Sum- merhouse restoration on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol. n

ALEXANDRIA, VA — Rhodeside & Harwell , an award-winning landscape architecture and planning practice headquartered in the Washington, DC, area, has promoted three senior staff members. Kurt Parker , Mer- edith Judy , and Thomas Rainer have all been named principals of the firm. Kurt Parker joined Rhode- side & Harwell in 1994. He is a landscape architect who has overseen major projects for the firm, including site and landscape development for new U.S. Embassy campuses in North and West Central Africa, the Balkans, and the Southwestern Pacific Region. Meredith Judy, AICP, LEED AP, a planner with 15 years of


lington County by increasing the county’s visibility among businesses in target markets. This includes bringingmembers relevant and timely informa- tion to help business strategies. Caldwell’s vision is more than the status quo; it is one of ex- panding the group’s footprint across South Jersey. His plans involve increasingbenefits that foster greater awareness among members along with introduc- ing new events, speakers and venues to grow BC2’s program base.Stout & Caldwell Engi- neers is a provider of profes- sional and technical engineer- ing and consulting services to

commercial real estate de- velopment, affordable hous- ing, residential developers, retail developers, industrial developers, food manufactur- ers, military contractors, con- struction firms and non-profit organizations. Founded in 2004, the firm specializes in site plan design, land survey and environmental solutions, including flood elevation cer- tificates in the tri-state area. Stout & Caldwell Engineers serves clients throughout New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Delaware from its head- quarters at 705 US Route 130 South in Cinnaminson, NJ. n

INNAMINSON, NJ — Stout & Caldwell Engineers , a leading

provider of professional and technical engineering andconsult- ing services in Southern New Jersey, announc ed t h a t f i r m

Daniel Caldwell

principal Daniel Caldwell has been appointed Board President with Businesses Committed to Burlington County (BC2). An active mem- ber of BC2 for more than 10 years, this appointment comes after two years as vice president of the organiza- tion. In this leadership role, Caldwell looks to continue BC2’s original goal of encour- aging commercial, industrial and residential growth in Bur- Master Builders’ Association elects executive officers PITTSBURGH, PA — The Master Builders’ Associa- tion of Western Pennsylvania, Inc. (MBA) announced the election of Steven Massaro as president of the Association. Along with Massaro, the MBA also elected the following members as executive officers: MBA VP: Todd Dominick MBA Treasurer: Raymond Volpatt, Jr. MBA Executive Director: Jack Ramage. n R.A. Smith’s Pete Brothers attains land surveyor licensure in MD OAKMONT, PA — Pete Brothers , survey manager and 3D laser scanning manag- er at R.A. Smith National — a nationwide, multi-disciplined civil and structural engineer- ing and surveying firm — has attained his Professional Land Surveyor (Prof. L.S.) license in the state of Maryland. He manages all surveying services out of R.A. Smith National’s Oakmont office. Brothers has more than 24 years of experi- ence on a wide range of survey- ing projects. In addition to Maryland, Brothers also holds a Prof. L.S. license in Pennsylvania. He serves on the board of directors of the Pennsylvania Society of Land Surveyors–South- west Chapter . n

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