www.marejournal.com Real Estate Journal — Shopping Centers — May 30 - June 12, 2014 — 9A R etail A rchitecture /C onstruction & E ngineering M id A tlantic

Based on career achievements, service Perkins+Will’s Penndorf receives 40 Under 40 honor

A great leader and team player Foulger-Pratt Contracting names Kevin MacClary VP

academic, civic, commercial, corporate, government and mixed-use projects for a range of clients. Currently, he is working on a number of commercial office building repositioning efforts, as well as corporate interiors and broader workplace as- signments, for multiple proj- ects throughout the Wash- ington metropolitan area. Among these are: Vornado/ Charles E. Smith’s Court- house Plaza in Arlington and Fairfax Square in Vienna, as well as Brandywine Realty Trust’s 7101 Wisconsin Ave. in Bethesda. He is also managing the LEED certification efforts on a variety of projects, including the JohnEdwardPorterNeuro- science Research Center at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda and The George Washington University Law Learning Center. Penndorf co- chairs the Perkins+Will D.C. office’s Sustainable Design Initiative, working to bring high-performance design into the design vocabulary of the entire staff. n

Washington, DC — TheWashington, D.C. office of global architecture and design f i rm Pe r - kins +Wil l announced that Build- ing Design + Construc- tion has se- lected Jon Penndorf, AIA, LEED AP BD+C , for its 40 Under 40 Class of 2014. For the ninth-annual honor, the magazine’s editors chose Penndorf and 39 others – ranging in age from 31 to 39 – based on their career achieve- ments, service to their profes- sions and their communities, as well as their participation in charitable work. Pennd o r f , 36 , j o i ne d Perkins+Will two-and-a-half years ago. He is a Senior Associate, Project Manager and Sustainability Leader in the firm’s Washington, D.C. office. Penndorf spends much of his time involved in the de- sign and management of Jon Penndorf


expertise and leadership,” said David Uffelman , president of Foulger-Pratt Contracting. MacClary has served as director of multi-family opera- tions for Foulger-Pratt Con- tracting since joining the com- pany in November of 1992. In that role, he was responsible for overseeing the construction and project management of all multi-family projects, and providing leadership and over- sight as the project transitions from the preconstruction stage through construction and final turnover. MacClary has more than 37

years of experience in the con- struction industry. Through- out his career, he has earned a reputation for being a great leader and team player, exhib- iting tremendous mentorship skills to his staff. He has been instrumental in the growth of Foulger-Pratt Contracting’s multi-family portfolio. Some recent examples of projects that MacClary directed in- clude: the Exchange at Whea- ton Station in Wheaton, MD; the Citron Apartments in Downtown Silver Spring: and Penrose Square mixed-use de- velopment in Arlington, VA. n adjacent to an existing shop- ping mall in Guatemala City; • Expansion and renovation of Oakland Mall, also based in Guatemala City; and • Renovation and master plan expansion of the existing Cascades Mall in Tegucigal- pa, Honduras, to also feature 24,000 square meters of office space and a 120-room hotel. n

OCKVILLE, MD — Foulger-Pratt an- nounced the promo-

tion of Kevin Ma cC l a r y to vice presi- dent of Foulg- er-Pratt Con- tracting. “Over the pas t seven years, I have had the plea-

Kevin MacClary

sure of working with Kevin. He has been an integral part of our executive management team and it is with great pleasure that we recognize his

BALTIMORE, MD — Bal- timore-based design, plan- ning, architecture, interiors, and graphics firm DDG an- nounced that it will provide design services for the renova- tion and expansion of three existing shopping centers in Guatemala and for a new shopping center in Honduras. The four projects, designed Baltimore, MD’s Ddg to design four new shopping malls for Spectrum, one of the pre- mier shopping mall devel- opers in Central America, include: • Naranjo Mall, a new, 54,000-square-meter mall in Guatemala City; • Miraflores, a multi-phase expansion comprising 45,000 square meters of retail space

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