46A — April 27 - May 10, 2012 — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople on the M ove

hiladelphia, PA — Manko, Gold, Katcher, & Fox (MGKF)  part- ner Jonathan Spergel was Vaccaro participates in Industrial Boiler MACT webinar CASSD appoints MGKF’s Spergel to serve on Board P a wide variety of environmen- tal legal issues, including the environmental aspects of com- mercial transactions and brown-

Of strategic business development Hollenbach Construction names Ebersole director

BOYERTOWN, PA — Hol- lenbach Construction, Inc. , a professional construction

greatly benefit our clients, our team members and Hol- lenbach Construction.” Before joining Hollenbach Construction, Ebersole was the director of strategic mar- keting for LMA Consulting Group, where he led the stra- tegic marketing efforts. Prior to that he was the founder and chief executive of J. G. Eber- sole Associates, an indepen- dent professional engineer- ing, marketing and project management consulting firm, where he provided profes- sional services as an owner’s project manager/Representa- tive for a diverse list of clients and projects, including several that received local, regional and national recognition. Ebersole has a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Engineering and a Master of Engineering Degree in Engineering Science from The Pennsylvania State University and is a Registered Professional Engineer in PA, MD, NJ, DE and VT. He and his wife Helen live in Lancaster Township, PA. n  The office is primarilymade up of staff formerly with the DC Group, which was acquired by Pennoni last winter.  “Since our acquisition, the Milton office has grown, and continued its focus on provid- ing outstanding client ser- vices,” said Pennoni Regional vice president RonMoore. “We want to continue this forward progress. Mark and his team have a strong network in southern Delaware and have helped position us in the re- gion.” n of her time working in the production department. In addition to ad creation and helping with the editing of numerous sections of the paper, Rachel will also assist management in the day to day operations. “It is a real pleasure and we are lucky to have someone like Rachel joining the team. She adds a fresh perspective and in such a short time period has al- ready contributed with some great creative designs” said Michael Campisi, director of sales and operations. n

Reconsideration of the rule, the judicial challenges to the rule that are still pending before the D.C. Circuit Court of Ap- peals, and how the uncertainty created by these circumstances impacts boiler owners and op- erators.  She also focused on some of the key aspects of EPA’s Proposed Reconsideration of the Boiler MACT, including certain relevant compliance deadlines, and highlighted some of the principal concerns voiced by industry in response to EPA’s proposal. Vaccaro has experience advis- ing clients on issues related to regulatory compliance, litiga- tion, and transactional matters, particularly in the area of air quality. She has represented industrial and commercial en- tities, ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to closely held companies, as well as munici- palities, in complex matters. She has also written on a variety of air quality regulatory issues. Vaccaro earned her Juris Doc- tor from the Temple University James E. Beasley School of Law and her bachelor’s degree in biology, summa cum laude, from Drexel University. n (CRE), Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM), and Accredited Land Consul- tant (ALC). He is a part-time commercial real estate instruc- tor for Hagerstown Community College and several other edu- cational providers. Machat will be operating a satellite office of SVN - Miller inWashington County. His geo- graphic area of specialization is the Hagerstown, Maryland Tri-StateArea, including Penn- sylvania and West Virginia. n contractor and homebuilder in the state of Maryland. He has more than 20 years of experi- ence in the industry including commercial and residential construction and remodeling, property management and preservation and consulting. Owens holds numerous in- dustry certifications and is an acknowledged member of the Better Business Bureau. “Our new office location will continue to set the standard in emergency mitigation and res- toration and remodeling work,” said Owens. n

management organization that develops and delivers strategic cli- ent-focused s o l u t i o n s to meet fa- cility needs has named

fields sites, environmen- tal insurance procurement and coverage issues, public funding op- por tuni t i es f o r b r own - fields sites,

recently ap- p o i n t e d t o serve on the Board of Di- rectors of the City Avenue Special Ser- vices District ( C A S S D ) . The CASSD

Glenn Ebersole

Glenn Ebersole as its direc- tor of strategic business devel- opment. Ebersole will be in charge of providing leadership in strategic business develop- ment and marketing for the company. “The addition of Glenn Eb- ersole further strengthens our ability to meet the needs of our clients,” noted Tim Little, president of Hollen- bach Construction. “Glenn is a multi-faceted professional, a visionary, guide and facilita- tor and has a comprehensive and strategic understanding of the business development, marketing and sales that will Milton, DE — Pennoni Associates , an ENR Top 100 engineering, design, and con- sulting firm headquartered in Philadelphia announced the following promotions in its Milton office:  • Office director Mark Davidson has been named associate vice president. • Douglas Barry, PE , has been named senior project manager. • Stephen McCabe, PE , formerly the director of public works for Sussex County, has been named senior engineer.

Jonathan Spergel Katherine Vaccaro

regulatory compliance counsel- ing, and litigation for commer- cial, industrial, residential, and individual clients. He currently also serves on the board of the Lower Merion Conservancy, on which he has served since 2004. Katherine L. Vaccaro , an attorney with MGKF served on a panel of experts on a national webinar. Hosted by McIlvaine Company, the Hot Topic Hour presentation was on “Industrial Boiler MACT - Impact and Con- trol Options”. During her segment, Vaccaro discussed the current regula- tory status of the Boiler MACT (Maximum Achievable Control Technology) and EPA’s Proposed rector and trainer with the commercial division of a large Mid-Atlantic general broker- age firm. While at the firm he received multi-year Top Com- mercial Producer awards for the MD/DC/South PA Region. In 2008 Machat was presi- dent of the Association of Real Estate License Law Officials (ARELLO), and was recently selected a Member Emeritus of ARELLO. Machat has earned professional designations as a Counselor of Real Estate and commercial customers in Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Carroll County. The office was formerly located in the Beltway Business Com- munity at 3701 Commerce Drive, Suite 106 in Baltimore. Goldstein and Leibowitz also own Paul Davis offices serving Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley. The local office is operated by Allen Owens, a veteran of the construction industry in Balti- more and surrounding commu- nities. Owens is a native Mary- lander and a licensed general

represents a unique partnership between the City of Philadelphia and the Township of Lower Mer- ion and between the public and private sectors. Covering parts of both Philadelphia and Lower Merion, the District is the first multi-jurisdictional special ser- vices or business improvement district from among over 1,200 districts in North America. Spergel has worked at 401 City Ave. since 1993, when he started his legal career with MGKF, an environmental, en- ergy, land use litigation and law firm. He has also been a resident of Bala Cynwyd since 1993, liv- ing within a few blocks of the Bala Avenue Corridor.   At MGKF, Spergel handles

Pennoni Associates promotes Davidson, Barry & McCabe

Machat, Cre, Ccim joins Sperry Van Ness – Miller, opens office in the Hagerstown, MD

SALISBURY, MD — Brent Miller, CCIM, CPM, and man- aging director for Sperry Van

Ness–Miller Commercial Real Estate announ c e d that SydMa- chat, CRE, CCIM ha s j o i n e d t h e SVN – Miller team.

Syd Machat

Prior to joining Sperry Van Ness, Machat had been a di-

Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal welcomes Rachel Rugman to production

Owings Mill, Md — Hel- ane Goldstein, Stuart Leibowitz and Allen Owens, Paul Davis Restoration office owners, have announced an office move and expansion in the Greater Baltimore area. The new space is located at 10715 Red Run Blvd., Suite 114. The local restoration and remodeling office is 10,000 s/f and includes office and administrative areas, materials showroom, a con- tents cleaning department with ozone room along with contents storage and warehouse space. Paul Davis serves residential Paul Davis Restoration moves to expanded office and whse.

The Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal is pleased to announce that Rachel Rug-

m a n h a s j o ined the company as the new pro- duction and operat ions assistant. Rugman , a r e c e n t graduate of Bridgewater

Rachel Rugman

State College, brings with her a strong background in design and will spend most

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