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Dewberry, a New Jersey highway and civil engineering firm, announces that Anthony S. Pecci will oversee redevelopment projects in the New York and New Jersey area. Ongoing projects include road and landscaping improvements in Newark, North Brunswick and Jersey City, N.J. and the replacement of six bridges along the New York State Throughway.

ColeJenest & Stone, an urban planning firm based in Charlotte, NC, has opened a new regional office in Raleigh. Brian O'Haver will head the new office staff. The firm was founded in Charlotte 16 years ago by Michael Cole and Brian Jenest. Dudley Stone joined the firm in 1995. The new office is at 200 South Tryon St. in Charlotte.

Imagine Sonoma Landscape Architects Inc. has a new headquarters at 531 Broadway in Sonoma, Calif. The firm was founded in 1995.

Bentley Koepke Inc. of Cincinnati, Ohio, welcomes Johnathan E. Cody, ASLA as an associate landscape architect.

James J. Novak is the new Media Relations Coordinator for Turfgrass Producers International. TPI is based in Rolling Meadows, Ill

The Professional Lawn Care Association of America, or PLCAA, has hired Kristine Lenz as its Green Industry Expo Sales and Marketing Manager.

The New Jersey engineering and consulting firm of Schoor DePalma announces a promotion for Paul K. Nolan, who is a new vice president and principal at the firm.

The landscape architecture, engineering and planning firm Timmons Group's Blake Hall has been accredited as a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, Professional. Hall is Project Engineer for the company's Education Group. The accreditation program recognizes expertise in the green building industry through a professional accreditation exam.

Karl E. Haas is Western Regional manager for Architectural Sales for ETC Architectural, the lighting division of Wisconsin-based ETC.

The planning, technology and engineering consulting firm Berryman & Henigar welcomes Kevin Vincent as business development manager. Vincent moves from Newport Beach, Calif.-based Innovative Management Solutions.

Brian Werle, Stephen Stillwell, Bill Knapp and John Hansen join the environmental planning staff at the Denver firm Carter & Burgess.

Kevin J. Oliver is senior landscape architect overseeing a group of project managers for San Diego, Calif.'s Park and Recreation Department. He will oversee the design and construction of close to 44 park improvement projects.

Architerra Design Group welcomes landscape architect Jeff Chamlee to its Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. design team. Chamlee has lectured for the landscape architecture departments at the University of California, Los Angels and California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.The University of Southern California announces the appointment of Scott Johnson, design partner with the Johnson Fain design firm, as Adjunct Professor of Architecture and Director of the Masters of Architecture Program at USC's School of Architecture. Johnson succeeds professor Robert S. Harris, who served as director since 1993.

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DriWater, Inc., the manufacturer of Rain Bird Irrigation Supplement, a cellulose-based product that releases liquid water slowly over 90 days, adds Rachel Ray to their team. Ray will serve as the marketing and administrative assistant to DriWater chief Joseph Paternoster.

Robert White, formerly of E.G. Danner Manufacturing of New York, joins Lakeside Distributing Network as Vice President and National Sales Manager.

Roman Fountains of Albuquerque, N.M. welcomes Dale R. Thompson as vice president of operations. Super Vision International, Inc. welcomes Mike Bauer as vice president of sales and marketing. Mr. Bauer has previously served as VP of Sales for Lighting Corporation of America and for Cooper Lighting. Over his six years at Cooper Lighting, Mr. Bauer also served as the Director of Marketing & Product Development for Lumark, McGraw-Edison and Cooper Utility Lighting. William "Deuce" Young is Dosatron International's new southwest regional manager. Clearwater, Fla.-based Dosatron is a manufacturer of irrigation-driven chemical dispensers.

Profile Products, LLC names Sam Stimmel director of ProfileGolf, the business unit handling Profile erosion control and soil amendment products for golf course use. Stimmel joined the company in 1998 and is based in Pittsburgh, Penn.

Vista Professional Outdoor Lighting welcomes Brian Placek district trainer for the California counties of San Diego and Orange. Placek will lead Vista's new contractor seminars and will work with contractors and distributors in training and field support.

Karl E. Haas is Western Regional manager for Architectural Sales for ETC Architectural, the lighting division of Wisconsin-based ETC.

Rex Lamb receives the 2004 Supplier of the Year Award from The California Association of Nurseries and Garden Centers, or CANGC. Lamb has been a territory manager for Kellogg Garden Products for seven years.

Michael N. Vanatta is international sales director and Stacie Zinn is marketing director for Environmental Turf

Jerry Underwood joins U.S. Lawns as facilitator. He will work with franchises in Georgia, North and South Carolina, Tennessee and Florida. U.S. Lawns is a subsidiary of ValleyCrest Companies.

Mary Angebranndt is purchaser for Maryland-based Ruppert Nurseries. Ruppert provides commercial landscape installation in the mid-Atlantic and Atlanta, Ga. regions and operates a large wholesale tree nursery in Maryland.


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