16C — March 15 - 28, 2013 — Pennsylvania — Mid Atlantic Real Estate Journal


P eople & C ompany N ews

Vice president sales & business dev. NAI Summit announces addition of Damelio

ORK, PA — When you look at Russ Bardolf ’s profes- Of ROCK Comm’l. with community service award Realtors Assoc. of York & Adams Ctys. honors Bardolf Y Russ is one of those indi- viduals who doesn’t think twice about giving back to his community and he urges oth- ers to do the same thing.

ALLENTOWN, PA — NAI Summit is pleased to announce Michael Damelio as a re-

services, and operations experi- ence and has worked with and completed deals on behalf of clients in multiple sectors of the industry. Before joining NAI Summit, Michael spearheaded all leasing, marketing, networking, busi- ness development, advertising, and public relations efforts for a portfolio of assets in New Jersey, New York, and Florida for Cen- ter Star Property Group. In his spare time he enjoys his family, watching and playing sports, and antique cars. n

• Representative, National Association of REALTORS (NAR) Land Use, Property Rights, and Environment Committee • Member, Springettsbury Sertoma Club • Member, White Rose Ma- sonic Lodge 706 •Member,Aldersgate United Methodist Church • Board of Directors and Phi- lanthropy Committee, York- Adams Chapter American Red Cross • Board of Directors and Fa i t h Re l a t i on s Com- mittee, York Habitat for Humanity. n In his role as Business De- velopment and Strategic Ini- tiatives Director, he oversees the corporate rebranding and integration of business devel- opment and marketing efforts between all three companies. He implemented a Business Information Modeling (BIM) training manual and process utilized by The Butz Fam- ily of Companies resulting in an increased use of BIM in project pursuits and current projects. He also implemented LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) training and processes in the company. As General Manager, he is responsible for overall project success and customer satisfac- tion by facilitating teamwork and communication between all project team members. n “We are delighted that Dave has returned ‘home’ to K&L Gates,” said Carolyn M. Branthoover , Administra- tive Partner of K&L Gates’ Pittsburgh office. “As they have done in the past, we ex- pect many of the firm’s clients will benefit considerably from Dave’s impressive private and public sector experiences, including his latest work with the GSA and Public Buildings Service.” Ehrenwerth first joined K&L Gates in 1974 and was elected to the partnership in 1979. He served for more than a decade on the firm’s Management Committee and asAdministra- tive Partner of the Pittsburgh office. n

c en t add i - tion to our experienced b r o k e r a g e team as vice president of sales & busi- ness devel- opment. Mi- chael brings

sional sum- mary you’ll notice a few things: his 30+ years experience in the real estate and d e v e l o p - ment indus-

The RAYAC Connection newsletter spoke highly of Russ, “He has a long history of giving back to the com- munity. Russ started out helping children by serving as a PTApresident, coaching youth football, maintaining fields for York Little League, and co-chairing a Healthy Kids Campaign for Memorial Hospital.” Mr. Bardolf currently serves in the following ways: a positive impact exhibiting such qualities as leadership, career progress and commu- nity involvement. Magent currently serves as Business Development and Strategic Initiatives Direc- tor for The Butz Family of Companies as well as General Manager of Alexander Build- ing Construction Co.’s State College office. served as the agency’s Senior RecoveryAct Official and over- saw the expenditure of the $5.5 billion allocated by the Ameri- can Recovery and Reinvest- ment Act for the construction and energy-efficient renovation of a variety of federal buildings throughout the country. Ehrenwerth advises real estate developers, closely-held entities, investment groups, and lenders, as well as major hospitals, foundations, and economic development orga- nizations, on a wide range of business matters with a particular focus on real estate development, finance, corpo- rate transactions, and complex domestic and international joint ventures. “Over the past few years, Chris has shown remarkable dedication and an unwavering willingness to ensure that the Butz Family of Companies maintains their status as industry leaders,” says Greg Butz , president and CEO of Alvin H. Butz, Inc. “He has proven to be an invalu- able asset to our companies and is very deserving of this honor.”

NAI Summit 15 years of com- mercial real estate manage- ment, brokerage, corporate Michael Damelio

Russ Bardolf

try, the numerous good words that his clients say about him and his work ethic, but most of all you’ll notice his long list of community and professional commitments.

New Property Mgmt. Firm continues to grow at DGPM

The Butz Family of Companies announces the recognition of Magent by ENR Mid-Atlantic

ALLENTOWN, PA — The Butz Family of Compa- nies , consisting of Alvin H.

Butz, Inc., Alexander Bu i l d i ng Construc- t i o n Co . and Shoe- m a k e r Construc- t i on Co . , announces the recent

Robert J. Vidoni

Richard D. Fletcher Elizabeth A. McNair

ALLENTOWN, PA — Diet- rick Group Property Man- agement, LLC , a new Property Management firm inAllentown, is growing quickly, welcoming three new key players in the last few months. DGPM shares half its owners with Dietrick Group, LLC , a well-established Allentown-based full-service commercial real estate firm, which specializes in commercial sales, leasing and appraisal. Linda L. Dietrick, Kelly L. Berfield and Ryan C. Di- etrick – of Dietrick Group, LLC - join Robert J. Vidoni , Virginia Vidoni and Robert G. Vidoni, esq. , in this new property management venture. The hirings are as follows: PHILADELPHIA, PA — EwingCole , one of the nation’s foremost healthcare a r c h i t e c - ture firms, reports that Healthcare D e s i g n Magaz ine has named N a t a l i e M i o v s k i among the “ H C D 1 0 Most Influential” designers in the nation. “We are proud that Natalie has been recognized by the Natalie Miovski

Robert G. Vidoni, esq., will lead the Dietrick Group Property Management team and all of its operations as Principal and General Counsel. Richard D. Fletcher , the newly appointed Dietrick Group Property Management Director of Operations, brings more than 30 years experience managing commercial and multi-family properties in the Philadelphia and Lehigh Valley markets to the DGPM team. Elizabeth A. McNair, DGPM’s new administrative assistant, will handle all administra- tive services for the property management company, as well as internal and external book- keeping. n foremost healthcare archi- tecture publication in the US,” said Mark Hebden, AIA , president of Ewing- Cole. According to the magazine website, the HCD 10 is a group of professionals select- ed by the editors of Health- care Design who represent the most “exciting, inspira- tional and influential work” of the previous year. Profiles of the ten winners will ap- pear in the January/Febru- ary 2013 issue and online at www.healthcaredesignmag- azine.com/2013HCD10. n

Christopher Magent

PITTSBURGH, PA — The Pittsburgh office of global law firm K&L Gates LLP wel- comes David H. Ehrenwerth as a partner in its real estate investment, development, and finance practice. Ehrenwerth returns to K&L Gates fol- lowing a two-and-a-half-year Presidential appointment as Regional Administrator of the General Services Administra- tion (GSA) and, most recently, Associate Commissioner of the United States Public Buildings Service. At the U.S. Public Buildings Service, Ehrenwerth helped manage the government’s na- tional real estate portfolio of nearly 400 million s/f across 10,000 properties. He also recognition of Christopher Magent, PhD, LEED AP , as one of the region’s “Top 20 Under 40” for 2013 by Engi- neering News-Record (ENR) Mid-Atlantic. ENR’s competition recog- nizes young construction professionals who represent the “Best-of-the-Best” in their industry and who have made

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