End of the week for movers and shakers on 05.07.21
Lukasz Dubaj appointed Senior Director of Business Development at Mortenson Denver
Mortenson, one of the top 20 builders, developers, and energy and engineering service providers in the United States, announced that Lukasz Dubaj has been promoted to senior director of business development within his Denver team.
“The talent we cultivate within our leadership team is a key to our success and our ability to consistently exceed client expectations,” said Gene Hodge, vice president and general manager of Mortenson. “Lukasz brings his skills, drive and a strong ability to see the big picture during the initial planning of the project, combined with careful attention to detail that makes it a consistently successful project experience. We look forward to seeing what contributions he can make to the team as Senior Director of Business Development. “
In his new role, Dubaj will continue to work closely with Brian Holland, Director of Business Development, to focus on strategic positioning and procurement for all infrastructure projects in Mortenson’s Denver office. He will focus on driving sales in Mortenson’s target markets, as well as reducing risk through systematic selection of markets, clients and projects.
Dubaj joined Mortenson in early 2018 as a Project Engineer before being promoted to Director of Business Development in March 2019. He managed due diligence and executed project positioning plans and Mortenson project proposals across the country. , including RidgeGate Parkway Widening Phase 2 in Colorado. Prior to joining Mortenson, he worked on projects for the McCook Reservoir in Illinois, the Deep Rock Tunnel Connector in Indiana and more.
Anderson Hallas Architects announces staff promotion
Anderson Hallas Architects has announced the promotion of Priscilla Gomez, Office Manager, to join the firm.
Priscilla joined the Anderson Hallas team in 2019 and is inspired by the team’s commitment to the work of the company. She is enthusiastic about business perseverance and frequently implements creative ways to keep them connected. Operationally, Priscilla is actively working to streamline inefficiencies and maximize long-term planning, building on team efforts. She has proven her dedication to the company through her initiative and leadership.
Passionate about growth and development, Priscilla enthusiastically engages individuals to support them on their own journeys – both within the company and through her community work. She currently volunteers with Strive Prep, Young Latino Philanthropists, Latino Leadership Institute, and recently started working with Girls on the Run of the Rockies.
The RMH group welcomes Stan Wells, leader in technological systems, to the company
The RMH Group announced the addition of Stan Wells, RCDD, to the company as a technology systems leader.
Mr. Wells is a BICSI Certified Registered Communications Distribution Designer (RCDD) with a holistic view of technology systems design. He brings to the company a solid knowledge base in structured cabling, audiovisual and security systems design, as well as systems integration and coordination. His notable projects include the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center, the NREL Research Support Facility (RSF), the CU Anschutz Health and Science Building, the CU Boulder Williams Village East Residential Hall, the Children’s Hospital Colorado Springs, and several Microsoft data centers. Cloud Service.
“Stan brings enormous expertise in structured cabling, audiovisual and security systems to our company,” said Natasha Hernandez, vice president and team leader of RMH. “With his in-depth knowledge of technological systems, Stan further expands the impressive list of services RMH offers to its customers.”
National business law firm Messner Reeves LLP welcomes partner Reagan Larkin
Messner Reeves LLP, a national business law firm, announced that Reagan Larkin, a lawyer specializing in real estate litigation, is joining the growing firm as a partner in its Denver office.
“Reagan is a seasoned litigator practicing in commercial and real estate litigation with experience through all stages of the process, from initial investigation to discovery, to trial and to appeal,” said Jim Smith, president of Messner Reeves LLP. “She will contribute to further enrich our real estate division through her knowledge, entrepreneurial spirit and advice.”
Larkin has represented individuals and entities in state and federal courts and on appeal cases before the Colorado Court of Appeals and the Colorado Supreme Court.
For over 10 years, Larkin has also litigated a range of commercial and commercial matters such as contract disputes and commercial torts. She has worked directly with commercial and residential real estate litigation related to rental, acquisitions, dispositions, covenants, easements, liens, development, zoning, land use and property rights.
Larkin is a member of the Fundraising and Funding and Programming Committees for Denver MAMA. She is also a participant in the Associates Campaign and a member of the Associates Advisory Board for the Colorado Legal Aid Foundation. She has served on the Colorado Women’s Bar Association as a member of the Public Policy Committee since 2017 and has been a member of the Programs Committee since 2019.
A graduate of the University of Boulder, she received her JD degree from the University of Washington. While there, she was editor-in-chief of articles for The Journal of Law & Policy and as a student lawyer at the Interdisciplinary Environmental Clinic and the Civil Rights, Mediation and Community Justice Clinic.
An active member of the community, Reagan supported Girls on the run for over eight years as a running coach and ambassador.
JVA, Incorporated Announces New Project Managers in Fort Collins and Boulder
JVA Consulting Engineers announced that Tracy Lawless, PE, SE, has joined the firm as a Senior Civilian Project Manager in our Boulder office. JVA is also delighted to welcome Cristy Helmick, PE, SE as Structural Project Manager and Toni Swiontek, PE as Civilian Project Manager, both to our Fort Collins office.
Tracy M. Lawless, PE, SE was hired by JVA, Inc. as a senior project manager. Tracy will be based in the Boulder office. He has 34 years of experience in civil engineering, with a specialization in stormwater transport and management systems. Tracy has a long history of working with municipal and county governments, as well as institutional and private clients. He will manage JVA’s civilian projects and assist in the business development of municipal clients.
Cristy G. Helmick, PE, SE, was hired by JVA as project manager. Cristy will be based in the Fort Collins office. She has 14 years of experience in structural engineering, planning, planning and coordination of industrial, commercial, health, aviation and education projects. Cristy will manage a variety of JVA structural projects, supervise engineering staff to support project goals and assist with client development.
Toni M. Swiontek, PE was hired as a project manager in the Fort Collins office of JVA, Inc. She has over 19 years of civil engineering experience, with a particular focus on stormwater management and land use planning. Toni has a long history of working with institutional and private clients and has worked on residential, commercial, industrial and institutional projects. She will manage a number of civil JVA projects and contribute to client development.