- The Washington Times - Monday, September 21, 2009


• Tishman Construction Corp., a general contractor based in New York City, added two employees to its D.C. office. Christian Braun was named director of pre-construction, and Hilary Nieukirk was transferred from Tishman’s Boston office as assistant marketing manager.

• TW Perry Enterprises Inc., a Gaithersburg building materials supplier, promoted Michael Cassidy to president and chief operating officer. He has been COO of the company since June 2008.


John Hrastar and Margaret Wilson joined the Greater Washington, D.C. Family Business Alliance. The Bethesda-based group provides information and assistance to family-owned businesses. Mr. Hrastar is president of InterSource, a McLean consulting firm. Ms. Wilson is a principal with Tandem Partners, a Hunt Valley, Md., consulting firm.


• WJLA/NewsChannel 8 promoted Bill Lord to station manager. He served the D.C. broadcast company as vice president of news for six years. Mr. Lord will coordinate sales, marketing, promotions and technical operations of both the ABC affiliate and the 24-hour cable news operation owned by Allbritton Communications Co.


Chuck Schefer was promoted to senior vice president and general manager of the Kadix Management Consulting Group. Kadix is part of Dynamics Research Corp., an Andover, Mass., corporation that provides information technology and program management services to government clients.


David P. Kaye is joining Scheer Partners, a Rockville commercial real estate company, as senior vice president. Mr. Kaye has more than 35 years of experience in managing biotechnology facilities, most recently as president of Facilities Management Solutions in Frederick, Md. He also worked for the American Red Cross.

Arthur Santry will lead the national law firm practice and serve as senior managing director of leasing for the new D.C. holding company created by the recent merger of Cassidy & Pinkard Colliers, Colliers Turley Martin Tucker, Colliers ABR and Colliers Pinkard. Mr. Santry previously served three years as executive vice president of CB Richard Ellis, a D.C. commercial real estate firm. He also spent 20 years at Trammell Crow Co., where he was a member of the company’s operating committee.

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