www.marejournal.com C onstruction M anagement & D esign -B uild LEO A DALY served as executive design architect on project Intelligence Community Campus in Bethesda, MD receives 2017 Design-Build Merit Award P M id A tlantic
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“Leo A Daly is commit- ted to low-impact, smartly renovated buildings. There is high demand for sustain- able design to use what is available and improve upon it,” said Emmett Ahearn, RA , LEO A DALY’s director of Business Partnerships. “This project successfully repurposes a campus with 70-year-old buildings to re- position it as a world-class facility for 3,000 intelligence professionals.” The award was bestowed in Philadelphia at the DBIA national conference during a ceremony on the evening of November 9 at the Pennsyl- vania Convention Center. In announcing the awards, the Easton, MD — Willow Construction, LLC wel- comed the following new em- ployees to our team: Sibil Holder joined Wil- low as a project engineer. Her current projects at Willow include RE Michel in Easton, St. Michaels YMCA, Mid At- lantic Surgical, and the Point Pool Bar and Grill at Bayside in Selbyville, Delaware. Prior to joining Willow, Sibil served as a MEP Designer and Mar- keting Coordinator with MS Engineers. Sibil holds degrees in Construction Management and Computer Drafting and Design. DaveMarsden , CHC joined the team as a project manager. Marsden graduated fromUni- versity of MD with a Masters of Engineering and Construc- tion Management, and from Pennsylvania State University with a Bachelor’s of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
DBIA stated that this year’s program recipients “deliver on the promise to reshape our communities one design- build project at a time.” The ICC-B is located in the heart of the intelligence com- munity, and has employees from Office of the Director of National Intelligence Nation- al Counterintelligence and Security Center, the National Intelligence University, and Defense Intelligence Agency. “The DBIANational Award of Merit solidifies of value of teamwork, collaboration and aligned expectations. The results are an world-class facility, added community value and greater social re- sponsibility,” said Ahearn. n Ahmed Eissa has joined the team as a project engineer. Ahmed is a graduate from the University of Maryland East- ern Shore with a Bachelor of Construction Management degree and has nine years’ experience in the construc- tion field. He will be providing overall administrative and technical support to the proj- ect management team on the new Denton Medical Pavilion. Myra McAdory has joined Willow as our administrative assistant. Myra is a gradu- ate of St. Mary’s College of Maryland, where she studied Anthropology. Myra’s past ex- periences include serving as a Marketing Representative for Crow Farm and Vineyard and as a Sales Project Manager for CDF Services in Chestertown, Maryland. n He brings with him 19 years of commercial construction management experience.
hiladelphia, PA — LEO A DALY , one of the nation’s leading architecture, engineering, and interior design firms, is pleased to announce that the Intelligence Community Campus (ICC-B) in Bethes- da, MD is the recipient of a 2017 Design-Build Merit Award, given by the Design- Build Institute of America (DBIA) . LEO A DALY as execu- tive design architect under a team lead by Whiting Turn- er were commissioned by the United States Army Corps of Engineers, Baltimore Dis- trict to create an intelligence integration campus of more than 750,000 s/f by the re-
Intelligence Community Campus photo LEO A DALY ©
governmental structures in a secure, sustainable, state-of-the-art intelligence headquarters surrounded by community and parks. rehabilitation project of the Bulova Building in downtown Lancaster, and the Menno Haven retirement community Genesis Project. Beiler lives in Ephrata. Established in 1911, Warfel Construction Company pro- vides general construction and construction management services to clients throughout Pennsylvania and surrounding states. n degree in Civil Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology, and a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from Manhattan College. He lives in Cedar Grove, New Jersey, with his family. Founded by real estate and construction professional Ted Domuracki, MAST Construc- tion Services, Inc. is an award- winning owner’s representa- tive, project and construction management and distressed projects firm. The company, which recently celebrated its 15th anniversary, has com- pleted more than $1.5 billion worth of projects on behalf of its public and private sector clients, including the World Trade Center Downtown Resto- ration Program in Manhattan and the Prudential Center in Newark. n
use of existing government facilities and new construc- tion. The ICC-B project re- images and revitalizes a set of imposing and outmoded
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East Petersburg, PA — Warfel Construction Company announced that Warfel hires new senior project manager sight, coordination, schedule, and budget on a variety of proj- ects throughout Pennsylvania and the surrounding states. A graduate of Lancaster County Academy , Be i l er previously served as project manager at Benchmark Con- struction. He comes to Warfel with more than 20 years of construction experience. He is currently managing several projects, including the 101NQ Robb Beiler Mast Construction Services promotes Skabich to VP RobbBeiler has j o ined Wa r f e l a s senior proj- ect manager. In his role, Beiler will be responsible for complete project over-
LITTLE FALLS, NJ — MAST Construction Ser- vices, Inc. , an award-winning Little Falls -based owner’s representative, project and construction management services firm, announces the promotion of executive team member, Paul Skabich , to vice president. Skabich, a construction industry veteran for nearly two decades, was formerly a project executive at MAST and, before that, a senior project manager at the firm. Skabich has been with MAST since 2005. He has been responsible for proj- ect management oversight services during the precon- struction and construction phases, including scheduling and budget processes. In his new post, Skabich will over-
see project management on MAST’s projects. “Paul has proven himself to be a time management expert focused on getting results,” said MAST Founder and Presi- dent, Ted Domurack i. “He is an integral part of the MAST team and I look forward to see- ing him thrive in his new role.” Skabich, who was a civil engineer before joining MAST, has focused on projects in the parks and recreation, plus institutional and education sectors. He served as the proj- ect manager for the Newark 5th Police Precinct and Office Emergency Management proj- ect in Newark, New Jersey, which was completed in 2011, and for which he oversaw fa- cilities maintenance for several years. Skabich holds a master’s
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