Stacy Bartoletti was named CEO of Degenkolb Engineers, San Francisco, in addition to his role as president and COO. Chris Poland , CEO for the past 25 years, remains chairman of Degenkolb’s board of directors and will lead the firm’s New Technologies Group. Bartoletti joined Degenkolb in 1993 after receiving his bachelor’s degree from Purdue University and a master’s in civil engineering from the University of Texas at Austin. Bartoletti is former group director for Degenkolb’s Portland and Seattle offices. Senior principal Jim Malley , president of the National Council of Structural Engineering Associations, was named Degenkolb’s vice president of engineering.
Shelley Doran has been named to the executive committee at Webcor Builders, San Francisco. Doran, a 10-year Webcor veteran, is a vice president, focusing on business development and governmental affairs. She brings expertise in building and development to Webcor’s in-house executive leadership panel, the company says.
Gregg Albright has been named a senior planning manager in the Sacramento office of Parsons Brinckerhoff. He will serve as PB’s planning director for the California high-speed rail project and will be responsible for overseeing efforts to build broad community, agency and investor support for the rail program. Before joining PB, Albright was deputy secretary for environmental policy with California’s Business, Transportation and Housing Agency and deputy director of planning and modal programs for Caltrans.
Michele Bellows has joined Nolte Associates Inc. as a senior engineering manager in the firm’s Walnut Creek office. Bellows previously served as a project manager with the Alameda County Transportation Authority, where she managed several Measure B capital improvement projects, from environmental and design phases through construction. Also named as a senior engineering manager was Michael Hollingsworth , who spent the past 36 years with the Contra Costa County Public Works Department, most recently as the assistant public works director in the design division.
Robin Ault was promoted to associate principal at Fentress Architects, San Jose. Ault is a project designer for the Humanities Gateway building at the University of California, Irvine and for the Sanford Consortium for Regenerative Medicine adjacent to the Salk Institute in La Jolla. Fentress also promoted Mark Rothman to associate principal. As director of the San Jose Studio, Rothman was project manager on the Mineta San Jose International Airport’s new Terminal B, as well as the renovation of Terminal A and the consolidated rental car garage project.
Bob Babitsky was promoted by Skanska USA’s building business unit to co-chief operating officer. Babitsky now will oversee Skanska USA Building’s operations in Los Angeles and Oakland. A 32-year veteran with Skanska, Babitsky will relocate to the San Francisco Bay Area after having served as general manager of Skanska’s Seattle office. Babitsky joined Skanska in 1978 after graduating from the University of Washington with a degree in construction management.
John Curcio was promoted at Cupertino Electric Inc., San Jose, to the post of chief commercial officer. The company says he will drive commercial strategy in new and existing markets to meet its long-term corporate objectives. Curcio had been vice president of energy alternatives. Taking over Curcio’s role in the energy alternatives division as vice president of operations is Paul Aggarwal, former vice president of pre-construction and estimating.
Ted Lynch was named president of Southland Industries, Irvine. Within the next two years, Lynch will take over the reins as CEO. Lynch began as an intern with Southland in 1993 while completing his Ph.D. requirements in architectural engineering at Penn State University. He most recently served as regional president of Southland’s Southwest and mid-Atlantic divisions.
Brian C. Kaub has joined Parsons, Pasadena, as vice president of market development for its transportation group. In this role, Kaub will be responsible for supporting marketing, estimating and proposals for many of Parsons’ major transportation project pursuits.