Regional engineering firm Smith Seckman Reid has relocated a group leader from its Houston office to Florida, where he will oversee the firm's offices in Fort Lauderdale, Orlando, Sarasota and Tampa. Randy Rogers joined employee-owned SSR in 1989.
Engineering firm Barge Waggoner Sumner & Cannon has brought on board Mark Goldstein as manager for controls and automation design in the company's industrial and buildings services business unit. Goldstein, who has more than three decades of experience in the industry, will lead Barge Waggoner's greater push into automating its design processes. Before joining Barge Waggoner, Goldstein was a senior instrumentation and controls engineer at the downtown office of Gresham Smith and Partners.
Engineering and planning firm Civil Site Design Group, which has worked on Rolling Mill Hill's Trolley Barns and Ryman Lofts among other projects, has recruited project manager Sean DeCoster from Littlejohn Associates. DeCoster, who will run one of Civil Site's residential and site development groups, has almost two decades of experience.
“Sean is a fantastic addition to our already outstanding engineering team,” said Porter. “His management style, attention to detail, and scheduling ability create a unique client-focused structure that is poised to meet any and all project goals.”
Engineering and facility consulting firm Smith Seckman Reid has promoted Justin Davis to manager of its Dallas office. Davis has been a senior project manager in the office for the last two years and will continue to work as an electrical engineer and client manager. He is a 2001 graduate of Kansas State University and is a registered engineer in six states. SSR has 15 offices from Colorado to Florida.