March 2023

12C — March 2023 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal

P eople on the M ove

EWARK, DE — Amy Nazdrowicz, PWS , an environmental sci - N Organization empowers women in the CRE industry Landmark Science & Eng.'s Nazdrowicz joins DREW BOD

CFO Snelbaker takes reins of firm Kinsley Properties names new company president

Kinsley Properties continues to expand its relationships and portfolio across the Mid- Atlantic region. Our team is committed to advancing all of the projects in our pipeline and exploring new opportunities.” Before joining Kinsley Prop - erties, Snelbaker spent 28 years in commercial real es - tate for several banks holding various positions. With this wealth of industry knowledge and institutional experience, he is set up to excel in the role and carry on the legacy and values established by Tim and his father and our founder, Robert A. Kinsley, in meeting the needs of customers and development partners. “The Kinsley Family stands behind Kevin and his long-term vision for the continued growth of Kinsley Properties and the team working to expand our relationships and projects,” said Robert A. Kinsley II , CEO of Kinsley Enterprises. “The Kinsley Properties team is well-positioned for sustained project growth across the com - mercial and industrial real estate sectors.” Snelbaker, a York native, is a Penn State University graduate and received his MBA in finance from York College. MAREJ in-house leasing and interior design teams to ensure on-time tenant build-out deliveries. Prior to joining St. John Props., Mauzy worked as a project engineer for The Whit - ing-Turner Co.. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from West Virginia University, and com - pleted two civil engineering co-ops with the West Virginia Department of Highways. “Since joining the company, Gavin has made significant con - tributions, and this promotion reflects our recognition of his construction knowledge, skillset and overall abilities to success - fully manage complex projects,” said Matt Holbrook , regional partner for St. John Props. “We especially value his problem- solving, communication and self-starting traits, as well as his confidence and work ethic. Our team continues to maintain a high volume of construction projects, and having Gavin’s well-rounded background and expertise is a tremendous difference-maker.” MAREJ

YORK, PA — The board of directors for York-based Kin- sley Enterprises has named

in Wildlife Ecology from the University of Delaware and a B.S. in Environmental Sci - ence and Forest Biology from S.U.N.Y. College of Environ - mental Science and Forestry. With over 19 years as an envi - ronmental scientist, Nazdrow - icz has worked with many pub - lic- and private-sector clients to address land development and construction project challenges, often involving wetland mitiga - tion and bog turtle investiga - tions. Amy is a Qualified Bog Turtle Surveyor leading all phases of investigations in DE, PA and MD. She is an expert in wetland creation/mitigation de - sign (including native plantings and monitoring the plant, wild - life and hydrologic conditions of mitigation wetlands), habitat assessments, and conducting Bog Turtle Investigations in - cluding construction monitoring and radio-telemetry studies. Nazdrowicz is excited to in - crease her participation in the organization and says “DREW

is a fantastic group of women that are making real differ - ences in our community, both through the professional de - velopment opportunities af - forded to its members and their philanthropic support of local women and girls’ charities. I look forward to working closely with the DREW Board and assisting in any way I can to achieve our goals.” Landmark Science & Engi - neering is an award-winning consulting firm, started 36 years ago in 1987 as Landmark Engineering, Inc. The firm is one of the regions’ largest and most diverse, integrated civil engineering and environmen - tal science consulting firms, providing professional services across the disciplines of site/ civil, water resources and en - vironmental engineering and sciences, and land surveying. Environmental sciences include ecological (wetlands, forest, habitat) and site remediation/ brownfields. MAREJ

Kevin Snel- baker as the new presi - dent of Kin- sley Prop- ert ies , a Mid-Atlantic leader in real estate devel - opment and management.

Amy Nazdrowicz entist and associate with Land- mark Sci- ence & En- gineering , is pleased to have been elected to join the Board of Directors of Delaware Real Estate Women (DREW) . Since 2007, DREW and its Board members have worked to build a professional com - munity connecting women in Delaware's commercial real estate field to one another to help support, challenge and grow. With a goal of empower - ing women in the industry, they hope to encourage other women to enter the industry in one of its many fields relating to com - mercial real estate. Nazdrowicz is a professional wetland scientist with an M.S.

Kevin Snelbaker

Snelbaker has spent the past three years serving as the com - pany’s CFO. In that role, he has led the financial management of the organization, including lending relationships for debt financing related to existing properties and new construc - tion projects entering the com - pany’s Mid-Atlantic portfolio. The announcement comes in the wake of the tragic death of longtime president Tim Kin - sley, who died in a January avalanche while skiing in Brit - ish Columbia, Canada. “I’m grateful and humbled by the opportunity to lead this nationally recognized family company which I have come to know so well,” Snelbaker said. “I worked alongside Tim and learned so much from him, which I will endeavor to apply to my work every day as ASHBURN, VA — St. John Properties, Inc. announced the promotion of Gavin Mauzy to project man - ager, Interior Construction for the compa - ny’s Virginia and Central Maryland re - gional office. Mauzy joined the company in 2021 and was formerly as - sistant project manager. In his continuing role, Mauzy will manage tenant build-out projects throughout the St. John Properties portfolio of business communities across Northern VA and Central MD. He will oversee all day-to- day construction activities on- site, acting as the main point- of-contact with third-party subcontracting companies, interact with clients during the tenant build-out process, and be responsible for project budgets, scheduling and safety protocols. Mauzy also works in partnership with the company’s Gavin Mauzy

POTTSVILLE, PA — En- tech Engineering, Inc. (En- tech) has announced the relo - cation of its Pottsville office. Entech joined the Potts - ville business community more than 30 years ago to better serve clients in Schuylkill County. While the business address has changed a few times since the office was established in 1990, the office benefits from team members who have been there since the begin - ning, including senior project manager, Don Cuff , envi- ronmental project manager, Kara Humes , and technical assistant, Missy Dando . Entech Engineering, Inc. relocates Pottsville Office The new office is now home to 20 engineers, environmen - tal scientists, and project representatives who serve a diverse list of municipal, industrial, higher education, and healthcare clients. Entech president , Robert Weir, PE , shared: “I’m ex - cited about the growth and expansion of our Pottsville office. Entech’s roots in Potts - ville and Schuylkill County run deep, and it’s been a privilege to work with such a great team of professionals over the years. Our new office is up and running due largely to the extraordinary efforts of Miller Bros. Construction , who made the construction process seamless throughout this transition.” The new office is conve - niently located at 474 North Centre S. on the second floor. MAREJ Robert Weir and Don Cuff the Tri-state area.” Prior to joining JDA Group, Bazzani was a development as - sociate at Duke Realty where he was involved in acquisition, development and entitlement activities for a three million s/f project pipeline. Previ - ously, he was an acquisitions and development associate at Panepinto Properties. Bazzani holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Villanova University and a master’s degree in real estate development from NY Univer - sity’s Schack Institute of Real Estate. MAREJ Bazzani joins JDA Group as Development & investment manager HOBOKEN, NJ — Gregg Bazzani has joined JDA Group LLC as development and invest - ment man - ager. In his new role at JDA, Bazzani, of Jersey City, will be in - strumental in position - ing the family owned firm for continued growth. His pri - mary responsibilities include identifying and executing new strategic development opportunities, and raising equity and debt capital for future acquisitions. “This is an exciting time to join JDA Group, particularly in a period of such positive company momentum,” said Bazzani. “The projects JDA is undertaking are transfor - mational for their respective communities and the com - pany. I’m looking forward to leveraging my market knowl - edge and existing industry re - lationships to help expand the firm’s development pipeline in both Hudson County and other key markets throughout Gregg Bazzani

St. John Properties promotes Mauzy to project manager, interior construction

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