Todd Frendt


(06/26/2015)
Impact Products — a manufacturer and supplier of branded and private-label non-chemical commercial cleaning, maintenance and related products — has promoted Todd Frendt to vice president of operations.

Deborah Varon


(06/26/2015)
Omaha-headquartered architecture, engineering, planning and interiors firm LEO A DALY announced that Deborah Varon joined their Los Angeles office as director of business development.

Thomas C. Katsouleas


(06/23/2015)
Thomas C. Katsouleas will begin his role as the University of Virginia’s new executive vice president and provost beginning Aug. 17.

Todd Thackery


(06/16/2015)
Todd Thackery, AIA, LEED AP, vice president at SHP Leading Design in Cincinnati, recently received the Certified Educational Facility Planner (CEFP) designation, a mark of excellence developed to reflect the knowledge, skills and abilities of a competent educational facility planner.

Monica Ponce de Leon


(06/02/2015)
Monica Ponce de Leon, an educator and award-winning architect, has been selected as the next dean of Princeton University's School of Architecture.

Derk Jeffrey


(05/21/2015)
North American design firm Stantec has named Derk Jeffrey its new education sector leader for the Mid-Atlantic region.

Craig Passey


(05/21/2015)
SmithGroupJJR, a national architecture, engineering and planning firm headquartered in Detroit, promoted Craig Passey, AIA, to leader of the health studio at the firm’s Phoenix office.

Philip Riedel


(05/20/2015)
Philip Riedel, AIA, CEFP, LEED BD+C, an architect in NAC|Architecture’s Seattle office who specializes in educational planning and design, has been promoted to principal.

James St. Pierre


(05/12/2015)
Quintron Systems Inc., a leader in advanced interoperable voice systems and physical access control/intrusion detection systems, announced the promotion of James St. Pierre to the position of vice president of sales and marketing of the Security Systems Division.

Rob Andrejewski


(05/05/2015)
Rob Andrejewski is the new director of sustainability for the University of Richmond.