Movers and Shakers Week Ending 07.20.18
JVA, INCORPORATED ANNOUNCES NEW GLENWOOD SPRINGS CIVIL PROJECT MANAGER
JVA, Inc. announces that J.R. Spung, P.E. has joined the firm as a Civil Project Manager in the Glenwood Springs office. Spung received his Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Florida State University and brings more than 15 years of experience with more than 10 years in the Roaring Fork Valley. He will join Cooper Best and the rest of the Glenwood Springs team in serving area owners, architects and municipalities on their civil engineering projects.
JOHN SCHWARZ EARNS ARCHITECTURAL LICENSURE
GE Johnson Construction Co. congratulates Integrated Services Manager John Schwarz on completing the Architect Registration Exam (ARE) and receiving his architectural license in the State of Colorado.
Schwarz has five years of experience with GE Johnson in addition to seven years of experience with an architectural firm. He earned a Bachelor of Architecture degree from Kansas State University.
Currently, Schwarz oversees the integration of 3-D building information modeling (BIM) technologies during design and construction to maximize the planning, coordination and delivery of projects. Collaborating with project teams throughout the design and construction phases to identify efficiencies and opportunities to improve quality, cost and schedule, Schwarz is currently working on the U.S. Olympic Museum and Hall of Fame, where he has worked on outlining the process to assemble the museum’s unique exterior skin of more than 9,000 individual unique diamond-shaped interlocking aluminum shingles panels.
STEPHANIE ADAMS-BALL NAMED PRESIDENT OF NATIONAL COUNCIL OF ACOUSTICAL CONSULTANT
Stephanie Adams-Ball, Associate Principal/Vice President of D.L. Adams Associates, was recently elected president of the prestigious National Council of Acoustical Consultants (NCAC) 2018-2020 Board of Directors. D.L. Adams Associates is the only firm that has held three president positions in NCAC and Stephanie is the first female president in NCAC’s 56-year history.
RMH GROUP WELCOMES 3 NEW EMPLOYEES
The RMH Group (RMH) announced the addition of three employees to the firm: Connor Metzger, Warren Churchill and Sarah Cormany.
Metzger is a mechanical engineer who had previously served as an RMH intern. Metzger has worked on a variety of facility types including a community center, several office buildings and an eating disorder treatment facility. Metzger earned a B.S. degree in mechanical engineering from Colorado School of Mines.
Churchill is a mechanical designer who has worked on a range of project types including healthcare facilities, assisted living facilities, office buildings, multi-family facilities, hotels, environmental compliance, restaurants and fitness centers. Churchill earned an A.A.S. degree in engineering graphics technology and an A.A. degree in general studies from Red Rocks Community College.
Cormany is an administrative assistant who had previously worked as a medical assistant, inventory specialist, and horse trainer. Cormany earned an M.S. degree in sports administration from the University of Northern Colorado and a B.S. degree in human and health promotion and education (exercise science) from Oklahoma State University.