10C — July 22 - August 18, 2022 — Owners, Developers & Managers — M id A tlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

Maher, PE joins Entech Engineering, Inc.

Owner growa 8-state portfolio to 20,000 in past 4 years The Solomon Organization promotes seven senior execs.

“Charles is a key addition to our team. He brings diverse project experience and builds upon the water, wastewater, and stormwater engineering talent in our Pittsburgh office. His presence further reinforces our ability to serve and repre- sent clients not only in western Pennsylvania, but throughout the state,” said Rob Horvat, P.E. , regional office manager. About Charles Maher, PE: A registered professional en- gineer in Pennsylvania, Maher earned a Masters in Environ- mental Engineering from Tufts University and his undergradu- ate degree from the University of Pittsburgh. He is an active member of the Western Penn- sylvania Water Pollution Con- trol Association. Charles and his wife are avid hikers who enjoy the outdoors. MAREJ ly-integrated firm. To accommodate its growing team, Greek also relocated from its 7,700 s/f office a new 14,095 s/f outpost, a project which was managed and designed by Greek’s internal Project Man- agement team. The new office features a kitchen/lounge area that fits over 80 people comfort- ably, as well as four conference rooms. “We know that a major fac- tor in successfully broadening Greek Development’s reach and influence is our ability to hire and retain the industry’s best talent,” said David Greek, Managing Partner of Greek Development. “We take pride in our ability to form positions around the professionals we meet and connect with, rather than trying to fit them into a particular role - and our incred- ible success during the first half of 2022 is a testament to this approach. All of our new hires will play integral roles in ensuring Greek continues to grow and expand our first-class development, construction and management offerings.” Greek Development has con- tinuously proven itself as a leader in the industrial sector both prior to and throughout the pandemic-driven explosion of e-commerce. Greek is cur- rently constructing the 4-mil- lion s/f Linden Logistics Center in Linden, N.J., as well as the 3.2-million s/f Logan North Industrial Park — the home of Target’s largest distribution operation on the East Coast - in Logan Township. MAREJ

PITTSBURGH, PA — En- tech Engineering, Inc. (En- tech) announced the recent

UMMIT, NJ — The Sol- omon Organization has promoted seven team members whose tenures range from five to 17 years to senior- level positions in recognition of professional achievements as the 45-year-old multifamily developer scales its operations. The promotions include per- sonnel in its corporate offices and its regional operations, which span from New York to North Carolina to its Mid- western holdings in Ohio, Michigan, and Kentucky. In the last four years Solomon has added 5,000 units to its portfolio, which now numbers 20,000 units in eight states. Leda Rios , who oversees the Southeast Region, and Scott Snow , who oversees the Michigan Region, have been named managing directors, Solomon’s most senior staff level. Promotions to associate director include: Anna Ev- ans, human resources direc- tor; Jeremy Oakden, Mark S PHILADELPHIA, PA — Jaros, Baum & Bolles (JB&B) welcomed Dan Da- vis, Zach Hatfield and Jo - seph Stewart to the firm as Associates at its Philadelphia office. These new additions to the team bring a broad range of experience to JB&B, with nearly 50 years of collective industry expertise among them and proven his tories of leveraging new technologies with innovative engineering methods to identify best-in- class solutions for today’s evolving needs. Davis brings a unique per- spective to JB&B, with his career focused on process en- gineering for life sciences. He also brings a particularly well-rounded skill set to the firm, with design firm experi- ence as an engineer as well as a client perspective as an owner’s representative. This has provided him with a first- hand experience of both Good Manufacturing Practices and Good Laboratory Practices and how design choices can impact a facility well into the future. Davis’s system ownerships have included vaccine manu- facturing facilities and labora- tory layouts that encompassed areas of upstream processes, downstream processes, ana-

hiring of Charles M. Maher, P.E. as a senior project man- ager in our recently ex- panded Pitts- burgh office. M a h e r

into, and Scott Snow has con- tinually proven his leadership in Michigan.” said Andrew Rosen , executive manag- ing director of the Solomon Organization. “Our business expansion has been pivotal to their professional growth with us. The same can be said of Jeremy Oakden and Phil Morse in our construction de- partment, who have overseen the renovations of thousands of apartment homes across many states.” Diana Gardner, president of Solomon’s property manage- ment division, also recognized human resources director Anna Evans for “enhancing employee benefits, retention, and recruit- ing. We have a culture to treat all employees as part of the Solomon Family, and they are supported so that they can focus on their jobs, are motivated and productive. Anna makes it a continuous point to look at ways for us to improve conveniences around the teams.” MAREJ

Nguyen and Phil Morse from the company’s construction division; and Ryan Hender- son who oversees Solomon’s Northeast region. “We are recognizing and rewarding the leaders who are driving and enabling our expansion. As such, these promotions are a window into the workings and the status of our company; its growth, its value-added investment strat- egy, strong central operations, diversity, and most of all, its people-focused culture that offers pathways and rewards to committed team members,” said Zach Solomon , Execu- tive managing director of the Solomon Organization. “Ser- vicing our communities and residents will always be our ev- eryday focus, but it’s our people at Solomon that makes our overall business successful.” “Ryan Henderson, Leda Rios, and Mark Nguyen have moved geographically to mar- kets where we have expanded

Charles Maher

brings 20+ years of experi- ence in water, wastewater, and stormwater engineering with expertise and technical knowledge of both the design and construction of water and wastewater infrastructure. At Entech, Maher is dedicated to the successful execution of projects, client management, staff development, and service advancement. EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ — Greek Development has announced the hiring of 17 new team members, in addition to the opening of its new 14,000 s/f corporate office in East Brunswick. Both the new office and ad- ditions to its team have come during the first half of 2022, as the 80-year-old business con- tinues to scale its operations to keep pace with the explosion of demand for industrial product across New Jersey. The new hires, which have helped to expand nearly every area of Greek’s business, are as follows: ● Project Management - Rob- ert Sprang, Marshall Fail- ing, Rick Jehn, Bill McNelis, Ian Penrose, Jim Turp and Jon Feti ● Accounting - Michel Manaweel, Reese Buchan, Tina Strachan, and Krishna Patel ● Development - Habib Po- pal ● Corporate Safety - Ste- phen Rudd ● Office Administration - Lindsay Oliveira and Nicole Kazar ● Property Management - Joanne Behr and Ronald Gauthier Greek’s total staff has dou- bled in size since 2017, as it con- tinues to expand its industrial warehouse portfolio across New Jersey, select areas of Penn- sylvania, and Orange County, NY, and has consistently hired talent across multiple depart- ments within Greek’s vertical-

Greek Development hires 17 New Employees

JB&B welcomes Dan Davis, Zach Hatfield and Joseph Stewart to firm as associates

Dan Davis

Zach Hatfield

Joseph Stewart

lytical sciences, quality assur- ance, and molecular biology. Hatfield brings 13 years of industry experience across the healthcare, corporate com- mercial, life science and mis- sion-critical market sectors. Hatfield excels at identifying client-specific solutions that acknowledge each project’s unique requirements, and his singular commitment to his profession has paid off in the consistent delivery of high-quality designs. Hatfield looks forward to leveraging his experience in the Philadelphia market toward the identifica- tion and development of the talent that will help the firm expand its presence and reach, particularly in the area’s bur- geoning life science sector. Stewart brings to JB&B over 25 years of technical experience in the commercial, institutional, data center, retail, educational and health-

care sectors. Throughout his career, he has developed and demonstrated tremendous proficiency in all phases of technical design projects be- ginning with initial concept and extending through con- struction administration. Stewart specializes in design- ing emergency power distribu- tion systems for a variety of applications, and among his more notable projects are the Vanguard Data Center, the Philadelphia Eagles NovaCare Complex, and the World Trade Center remediation effort fol- lowing Hurricane Sandy. He is also highly skilled in per- forming building evaluations and producing meticulous diligence reports. “The JB&B team is tremen- dously fortunate to welcome Dan, Zach and Joseph to our Philadelphia team,” said man- aging partner Walter Mehl, Jr. MAREJ

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