• Member News

    September 1, 2016

  • Austin Brockenbrough & Associates, LLP

    Brockenbrough announced Se Jin Kwak, James Deyerle and J. David Cavanaugh have joined the firm’s Richmond, Virginia office.
     

    Se Jin Kwak, RA, EIT, joined Brockenbrough as an Architect and Structural Engineer in Training.  Se Jin brings significant experience with multi-family, commercial interior and historic buildings.  He has Bachelor of Science in Architecture from Carnegie Mellon and a Masters in Structural Engineering from University of Virginia.  At Brockenbrough he will be working as an Architect and Structural Designer on institutional and governmental projects.
     

    James Deyerle, EIT joined Brockenbrough as a Mechanical Engineer-In-Training. James brings strong experience from the private sector working in the Ethanol Program for Dow AgroSciences as a Design Engineer and a Project Manager. He has a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering from Rice University in Texas. James will be working in our Mechanical Group where he will be working in Fuels projects for our Fuels Group and has already been instrumental in several projects for the Navy through NAVFAC.
     

    J. David Cavanaugh joined Brockenbrough as a Mechanical Engineer-In-Training. David is a recent graduate of Georgia Tech where, in addition to his regular course load, he worked as a Co-Op for an Atlanta A/E firm, and then as an intern in the Georgia Tech Acoustic Engineering Research Center.  He will be splitting his time right now between the Fuels Group and the Buildings Group, with an eventual goal of working mostly on the Building side of Brockenbrough.

  • Dewberry

    Dewberry announced the promotion of Jane Sibley Frantz, John Hoffman, and Mathew Mampara to associate vice presidents in the firm’s Fairfax, Virginia, office. 
     

    Jane Sibley Frantz, AICP, PMP, CFM, is a deputy branch manager for the resilience solutions group and a program manager for Dewberry’s $38 million FEMA Hazard Mitigation Technical Assistance Program (HMTAP) contract. With more than 16 years of experience in emergency management, she is an expert in mitigation planning and has led efforts for more than 20 multi-hazard mitigation plans and 15 disaster resistant university plans.
     

    John Hoffman, CFM, PMP, is a deputy branch manager for the resilience solutions group, with 21 years of experience working with contracts for the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). He serves as the operations and resource manager for the integrated resilience solutions group. Hoffman oversees all production planning and resource management as well as strategic development.
     

    Matthew Mampara, PE, is a senior project manager in the resilience solutions group and has 17 years of experience helping organizations at the local, state, and national levels understand their vulnerability to natural hazards, assess risk, and develop strategies to reduce risks. He has successfully delivered natural hazard identification data and products for more than five-percent of the nation’s population and effectively managed more than $7 million in climate adaptation projects.

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