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Norris Design Hires New Staff in Denver

Kristin Dean

Jason Naughtin

Norris Design, a national planning, landscape architecture and branding firm, has announced the recent hire of Senior Associate Kristin Dean and Associates Jason Naughtin and Ryan Schatzman in the Denver office.

Kristin joins Norris Design as a planner with nearly 20 years of experience working for various municipalities in Colorado. From the mountains to the Front Range, she has worked on master planned community, multifamily, affordable/attainable housing, office/industrial, mixed-use, resort development, sports facility, and sign/design code standards projects. Kristin’s current projects include the AVA RiNo apartments in Denver and the Gore Valley Trail Design
Improvements in Vail.

Ryan Schatzman

Jason joins Norris Design as an irrigation designer supporting the firm’s irrigation services in Colorado and across the company. With more than 20 years of experience in the landscape industry, he has worked with several municipalities, school districts and in master planned communities across the Denver metropolitan area. Currently, Jason is designing the irrigation for The Aurora Highlands in Aurora and Mead Place in Mead.

Ryan is a brand strategist with nearly 10 years of experience, including startup innovation, consumer brand development, public relations, content marketing and event planning. Since joining Norris Design, Ryan has worked on branding initiatives throughout Colorado, Arizona, Montana and Wyoming. His current projects include Miller’s Landing, a 65-acre mixed-use development in Castle Rock and The Bridges, a significant infill project for the City of Tucson in
Arizona.

 

Chris Hanaway and Nadine Hensler Join GE Johnson

Chris Hanaway

Nadine Hensler

GE Johnson announced the hiring of Information Technology Director Chris Hanaway and Sr. Business Development Manager Nadine Hensler.

Hanaway is providing information technology services leadership for all of GE Johnson’s business units. Leveraging his robust experience and diverse background in all facets of information technology, he leads the technology services with GE Johnson’s business needs.

Hensler has more than 18 years of experience in business development and marketing. She supports GE Johnson Special Projects and GE Johnson Construction Co. in the Colorado Springs market and Southern Colorado, leveraging her relationship building, community involvement, and collaborative leadership for industry partnerships and to advance projects.

 

Marcus & Millichap Appoints Neville Rustomjee to First Vice President Investments

Neville Rustomjee

Marcus & Millichap (NYSE: MMI) announced that Neville Rustomjee has been promoted to first vice president of Investments at the firm’s Denver office.

Rustomjee currently serves as a director of Marcus & Millichap’s National Hospitality Group in addition to his first vice president investments position. He is a licensed broker in both Colorado and Wyoming, exclusively representing buyers and sellers of hospitality investment properties throughout Colorado and the neighboring states. Since Rustomjee first began as a commercial real estate broker with Marcus & Millichap in 2012, he has received multiple sales recognition awards.

Prior to joining Marcus & Millichap, Rustomjee worked as a registered architect. With over eighteen years of architectural experience, he has worked on a wide variety of building types, including large resorts and hotels. His designs have been published in a national Journal. Rustomjee also holds two degrees in Renewable Energy Technologies and is NABCEP certified. His knowledge about the increasing cost of energy in buildings includes an understanding of energy conservation, energy efficiency, passive solar design, and active solar systems.

 

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