- The Washington Times - Monday, August 17, 2009


• PSA-Dewberry announced several promotions in the architectural design firm’s Fairfax office.

James L. Beight, PSA-Dewberry’s director of design, was promoted to senior principal. He leads PSA-Dewberry’s court planning and design projects nationwide and takes an active design and oversight role on all projects within the mid-Atlantic region.

Mark Scott was promoted from office director to associate principal. With nearly 30 years of experience, Mr. Scott has been responsible for coordination and design development for a variety of public safety, higher education, commercial and industrial projects.

Mark Kuczynski, a senior construction administrator, was promoted to associate. He holds a bachelor of science degree in art and architecture from Northeastern University.


Andrew L. Meyer, vice president for learning at Anne Arundel Community College, was reappointed to the Anne Arundel Workforce Development Corp. board of directors. He will serve a two-year term.


• Cushman & Wakefield appointed Robert S. Clements senior director in the firm’s Baltimore brokerage services practice group. He will be responsible for sales, leasing and corporate advisory services to clients in the Maryland metropolitan market. Mr. Clements has more than 24 years of experience in the property brokerage field.


Alan D. Eisler, principal and founding partner of Meyers, Eisler & Leatham in Rockville, has been recognized by his peers as one of the area’s top bankruptcy attorneys. Mr. Eisler was recently named a “Super Lawyer” in the field of bankruptcy and creditor/debtor rights.


• CGI Federal Inc., a Fairfax subsidiary of CGI Group Inc., hired former Environmental Protection Agency assistant administrator and chief information officer Molly O’Neill as a vice president with responsibilities for federal energy and environmental issues.

• P.W. Feats Inc., a Baltimore marketing agency, promoted Washington designer Andrew Zill to design director, a newly created position. Mr. Zill will play a lead role in the design of galas, personal celebrations and themed events.

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