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Richard S. Abe, Trina H. Onuma
and Alan Y. Fujimori

Belt Collins Hawaii Ltd., a Hawaii-based planning, design and consulting firm announces the following promotions: Richard S. Abe, PE, was promoted to chief engineer. Trina H. Onuma, PE, LEED AP, and Alan Y. Fujimori, ASLA, LEED AP was promoted to vice president. The firm employs over 500 multidisciplinary professional and support staff practicing from ten offices in eight countries
and territories.

Rain Bird
Playworld Ferris Industries
John Deere Valmont
Boulderscape BCI Burke Company
The Cedar Store Belgard
Oly-Ola Edgings blank

The Berkeley City Council Tuesday, March 9th, bade farewell to the city's Deputy Director Lisa Caronna. Caronna joined the City of Berkeley in 1995 as a landscape architect in the Public Works Department and was named director of the Parks, Recreation and Waterfront Department in 1997. Before beginning her career with the city, Caronna worked for 20 years at the landscape architecture firm she co-founded.

Phill Siegler

BMLA Landscape Architecture is excited to announce that Phill Siegler has joined our firm as director of private development. He will lead BMLA in the design and production of residential, hotel/resort, urban-infill, and mixed-use development.

Recycle Tech, Inc., is pleased to announce the addition of Hervin Romney founder of world-renowned corporate architecture, landscape architecture, interior design and planning corporation Arquitectonica headquartered in Miami. Romney is regarded for designing the Downtown Brickell skyline and brings great experience, accolades and architectural knowledge that will truly elevate Recycle Tech's projects.

Rebeca Field

Rebeca Field, of SAGE Landscape Architecture & Environmental, Inc., has been promoted to project landscape architect after successfully meeting the Arizona State Board of Technical Registration's requirements for licensure as a Registered Landscape Architect (RLA). Rebeca will continue as a project manager and an environmental planner. She joined SAGE in 2005 and brings 8 years of design expertise to the team.

The Olana Partnership in Hudson recently hired Kate Kerin as its first landscape curator. Kerin will be responsible for restoring; preserving and designing landscapes at the historic site, home of 19th-century landscape painter Frederic Edwin Church. A key responsibility will be to help the public gain critical understanding of the importance of what many believe is Church's last and greatest work of art—the Olana site itself.

David Tills

WilsonMiller has hired David Tillis to manage the new Jacksonville office. Prior to joining WilsonMiller, Tillis worked for the Bonita Bay Group and The St. Joe Company specializing in real estate and land use entitlement. WilsonMiller's new Jacksonville office is located at 4720 Salisbury Road. The Jacksonville office will serve the firm's public and private clients throughout Northeast Florida, the southeast United States, the Caribbean, Latin America and the Middle East.

Perry Schweiss, Dave Piccolomini, Amara Geffen, Christopher Brown, Domenic Piccolomini
and Mark Sharpe

Derck & Edson Associates receives Diamond Award for I-79 Meadville Interchange. Derck & Edson Associates multi-disciplinary team includes: The design team includes, left to right, Perry Schweiss (SP&K); Dave Piccolomini (SP&K); Amara Geffen (CEED); Christopher Brown (Derck & Edson Associates); Domenic Piccolomini (SP&K); and
Mark Sharpe (SP&K).

Norfolk, Virginia-based multidisciplinary firm Clark Nexsen has named Walter E. Cole, RLA, ASLA, APA, LEED AP, director of planning. Cole has over 26 years of experience in planning, design, and project management, specializing in projects that result in built public spaces.

Nicholas De Rose

Langan Engineering & Environmental Services announced that Nicholas De Rose, PG, a senior principal and leader of the firm's environmental practice, was named the president of the New Jersey State Licensed Site Remediation Professionals Association (LSRPA). De Rose earned this distinction after playing a key role in forming the coalition of consultants that helped direct progress toward legislation that enacted the new LSRP Program in New Jersey.

Antonio Borgese and Christopher McQuillan

Cannon Design, an internationally ranked architectural, engineering and planning firm, announced both Antonio Borgese AIA, LEED AP, who is a design leader with an emphasis on college, university and K-12 educational projects for Cannon Design, based in Buffalo and Christopher McQuillan, LEED AP, serves as the regional health and science practice leader for Cannon Design, based in Toronto, have been appointed vice presidents.

Joshua Johnson, a licensed landscape architect with more than 11 years of experience, has joined Widseth Smith Nolting.

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