16C — June 8 - 21, 2012 — Pennsylvania — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal



Over 25 years of experience BartonPartners names Koenig as new principal

By the Certified Comm’l. Investment Member Institute Naylor of Mericle Commercial awarded CCIM Designation

custom luxury residences. His proven leadership skills and excellent professional reputation will be a huge asset to Barton’s ongoing pursuit of quality service and results for our clients. Koenig is currently in- volved in the AIA Phila- delphia Chapter and the Carpenter ’s Company of Philadelphia. He serves on the boards of the Center for Architecture, The Build- ing Industry Association of Philadelphia, and is active in several community organiza- tions such as Pennsylvania Housing Alliance, Delaware Indians and other nonprofit groups. Koenig resides in the western Philadelphia suburbs and enjoys spend- ing time with his family and playing golf. ■

NORRISTOWN, PA- Bar- tonPartners Architects Planners, Inc. is pleased to


ILKES-BARRE, PA — D an Nay- lor , sales associ-

tion process. “We’re very proud of Dan and congratulate him on earning his CCIM designa- tion,” said Mericle President Robert K. Mericle. “Becoming a CCIM is one of the highest honors someone in our indus- try can attain.” The CCIM designation is awarded to commercial real estate professionals upon suc- cessful completion of an ad- vanced analytical curriculum and presentation of a port- folio of qualifying industry experience. The curriculum addresses financial analysis, market analysis, user deci- sion analysis and investment analysis – the cornerstones of commercial investment real estate. CCIMs are recognized experts in commercial real es- tate brokerage, leasing, asset management, valuation, and investment analysis. Naylor joined Mericle in August of 2006. He has suc- of the many projects that the Butz Family of Companies constructed in 2011: •ArtsQuest Center at Steel- Stacks. • Amtrak Historic Wilming- ton Station Renovation. • Gettysburg Hospital – Emergency Department Ex- pansion and Renovation. • State College Area School District – Mount Nittany & Ferguson Elementary School Buildings. • Penn State University Berks Campus - Gaige Technol- ogy and Business Innovation Building, LEED Gold Certi- fied. consultants — as a survey technician. Bauer has more than seven years of experience in the land surveying profession. He is experienced in all as- pects of surveying includ- ing topographic, ALTA and The Butz Family of Com- panies is currently managing construction projects totaling more than $572 million. Al- vin H. Butz Inc. is managing the PNC Field Renovation in Lackawanna County, the Gambet Center for Business and Health Care Education at DeSales University, as well as multiple projects for Lehigh

cessfully represented nu- merous retailers with their expansion plans through- out northeast and central Pennsylvania. He has been involved in the sale of more than $55 million of real es- tate. He earned his BA in Eco- nomics from Dickinson Col- lege and is pursuing his MBA in Finance at the University of Scranton. Dan has also served his country as an Infantry platoon leader in Afghanistan where his pla- toon participated in over 350 combat missions. Naylor’s professional af- filiations include: ICSC, the PA/NJ/DE CCIM Chapter, NAR/PAR/Tri-State Com- mercial and Industrial Asso- ciation of Realtors, and TCN, an international network of real estate brokers. Dan is also an active member of the Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce. ■ University and LSI Corpora- tion. Shoemaker Construction Co. is currently managing numerous projects for the Philadelphia Housing Author- ity. They are also managing the Philadelphia Zoo Park- ing Garage project as well as renovations to Sheraton Four Points in Philadelphia. Alexander Building Con- struction Co. is managing projects for Raytheon Corp., Geisinger Health System, WellSpan Health, and mul- tiple projects at Mount Nittany Medical Center. boundary surveys, construc- tion layout and monumenta- tion. He has an associate’s degree in forest recreation from Paul Smith’s College, Paul Smith, New York. Bauer lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. ■ Butz, Alexander and Shoe- maker are wholly-owned sub- sidiaries of Butz Enterprises, Inc., a privately held corpora- tion owned by the Butz family. Through those three operating entities, the Butz Family of Companies offers construction management services in East- ern Pennsylvania, Northern Delaware, New Jersey, New York and Maryland. ■

announce the addition of Matthew J. Koenig, AIA to our team. Koenig’s di- verse expe- rience with hospitality, mixed-use , and mul t i -

a t e w i t h M e r i c l e Commer- cial Real Estate Ser- vices , Wil- kes-Barre, h a s b e e n awarded the C e r t i f i e d Commercial

Matthew J. Koenig

Dan Naylor

family residential projects over a 25-year career broad- ens the capabilities of Bar- tonPartners. One specialty of Koenig’s is adaptive reuse having designed over 35 restorations and conver- sions within ten states. His residential project experience includes multi-family, mixed use, affordable housing, and

Investment Member (CCIM) designation by the CCIM Institute. The designation was awarded during the Institute’s spring business meetings April 25 in Kansas City, Missouri. Naylor was among the 141 commercial real estate professionals from 34 states, Canada, and Mexico who earned the designation by passing the Institute’s Com- prehensive Examination, the final element in the designa- ALLENTOWN, PA — The Butz Family of Companies , which consists of Alvin H. Butz Inc. , Alexander Build- ing Construction Co. and Shoemaker Construction Co. , has been ranked No. 273 on the annual Top 400 Contractor list published by Engineering News-Record magazine (ENR). Using construction revenue as a means for ranking, the Top 400 list is comprised only of the best and most profitable construction management and general contracting firms. Last year, the Butz Family of Companies was positioned at No. 369 on the list. “It speaks to the strength of the relation- ships we have with our clients and our esteemed reputation that our firm was able to jump nearly 100 spots in the rank- ings despite the still sluggish economy,” says Greg Butz, president and CEO of the Butz Family of Companies. The following are only a few TARENTUM, PA— Jona- than Bauer has joined the Tarentum (Pittsburgh) office of R.A. Smith National — civil engineering, surveying, landscape architecture, geo- graphic information systems (GIS) and 3D visualization

Goldfine receives 2012 Joseph M. Manko Lifetime Achievement

Butz Family of Companies ranked No. 273 on the annual Top 400 Contractor list

Pictured left: Norah Goldfine receiving The 2012 Joesph M. Manko Lifetime Achievement Award from Joesh M. Manko, founding partner of Manko, Gold, Katcher & Fox, LLP, (MGKF)

from the Rochester Institute of Technology and is fluent in American Sign Language. K&WEngineers and Consul- tants specializes in providing civil engineering and consult- ing services that include land development / site design, traf- fic / transportation, municipal engineering, comprehensive watershedmanagement, water / wastewater design, environ- mental permitting, landscape architecture and survey. ■ encourage sensitivity to the en- vironment and to recognize the efforts of those who are working to make Lower Merion Town- ship a better place for future generations. The Joseph M. Manko Lifetime Achievement Award was created in 2008 to recognize an individual or group who makes a long-term, signifi- cant impact on environmental issues such as improvement, protection and awareness of the environment. ■

HARRISBURG, PA— K&W Engineers and Consul- tants , located in Dauphin County, re- cently hired K imb e r l y Shef f ield , as a recep- tionist in the Harrisburg of f i ce . She has a Bach- elors degree in Business and Deaf Studies Kimberly Sheffield PHILADELPHIA, PA— The 2012 Joseph M. Manko Life- time Achievement Award was presented to Norah Gold- fine , co-founder of the Lower Merion Conservancy’s Stream- Watch, on May 8 at The “Go for the Green” Awards Ceremony. It was held at the beautiful Appleford estate in Villanova by The Lower Merion Town- ship Environmental Advisory Council (EAC). The “Go for the Green” awards were created to

K&W Engineers hires Sheffield

R.A. Smith National welcomes Bauer as a survey technician

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