Tunnel Business Magazine

AUG 2018

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Junco Elected President of The Moles Junco Kirk D. Junco, Executive Vice President and Chief of Operations and Pro- c Lane Construction Corp., has been elected to serve as Pr for the year 2018/2019. He assumed the role from retiring Presi- dent Christopher S. Traylor at the Annual eting and D y 2. Other officers elected are First Vice President, Christine Keville, Keville En- terprises Inc.; Second Vice President, Gary Almeraris, Skanska USA Civ Inc.; Treasurer, A. D'Annunzio, D'Annunzio & Sons Inc.; Secretary, Don- ald P. Dobbs, recently retired from The Lane Construction Corp.; and Sergeant- At- Civ Junco earned his civil engineering de- gree from Clarkson College in 1979 and began his employment with Lane as Job Engineer, working his way up the ranks for Project Engineer, Superintendent and Proje efore attaining his cur- rent position as COO. Also a bers Dinner, the Ralph Atwa ice Award was presented mem- ber Ton esident of Urban Foundation/Engineering LLC of East ward, re- cently established, rec member's outstanding supp programs, many of which are dedicated to encouraging today's students to seek careers after graduation in the heavy construction industry. AECOM Appoints Munfah as Director of Tunneling and Underground Engineering Munfah emier, fully integrated infrastructure firm, has appointe - unfah to lead its tun- neling and underground engineering business in the Americas. As Director of Tunnel- ing and Underground Engine un- at- ed tunneling practice. He is responsible for developing and implementing a long- term strategic growth plan for tunneling across the firm's transportation and water businesses in the Americas. In this role, he will provide technical leadership on tun- neling and underground projects, foster development of innovative solutions, lead business development activities, manage teaming arrangements on major pursuits and drive recruitment and professional development initiatives. unfah has more than 35 years of expe- rience in tunneling and underground en- gineering. He has overseen the successful delivery of multiple billion-dollar design- bid-build and alternative delivery projects from engineering through to construction. He is the principal author of the of the U.S. Federal Highway Administration's Tech- or Design and Construction of Road Tunnels – Civil Elements. He is an active member of ITA, UCA, the Transportation Research Board, the tional and interna- tional tunneling organizations. In addi- tion, unfah is an adjunct professor in Columbia University's Civil Engineering department offering courses in the design and construction of tunnels and under- ground structures. Schnabel Engineering Welcomes Frank Frank Glen Frank has joined Schnabel Engineering as a senior vice president specializing in under- ground construction. Based in Seattle, Wash- ington, he is responsible for supporting the Tun- nel Engineering Services Group's projects and developing new design services op- portunities on the West Coast. ecently with Hatch Consulting in Vancouver, British Columbia, Frank brings to Schnabel 25 years of experience in the design, project management and construction of tunnels for water, waste- water and transportation applications. Recognized as an Engine Record T er in 2013 for his work on the Sound Transit ULink U230 project in Seattle, Frank's technical prob- lem-solving abilities related to hydro- power, sewer and light rail infrastructure there and in Los Angeles are well-known. He earne ering in Engineering Systems and a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from The Colorado Scho Lithos Engineering Welcomes Friedman Friedman Lithos Engineering an- nounced that Evan Friedman has joined the firm. Friedman is a Pro- fessional Engineer and Professional Geologist, licensed in Colorado and California, bringing 14 years of experience to Lithos. With a BS from California Poly- technic in Earth Scienc from the Colorado Scho Geological Engineering, Friedman has spent the bulk of his career working as a Geological Engineer specializing in tunnel and trenchless design, engi- neering geology, geological/geotech- nical engineering, structural inspec- tion, condition assessment, and tunnel rehabilitation. Friedman is an expert in risk assessment for all phases of geotechnical and tunnel design and construction projects. He is based in Lithos' Lakewood, Colo- rado, office as a Senior Proje . MJA's Adams Earns National Design-Build Certification Adams Dan Adams, President obs As- sociates, has successful- ly completed the De- sign-Build Institute of America's comprehen- sive education and cer- tification testing pro- gram to achieve the design-build industry's highest designation as a na- tionally certified Design-Build Profes- sional. Two to six years of substantial, docu- mented direct project experiences in design-build project delivery experi- ence is an additional prerequisite for Designated Design-Build Professional certification. DBIA Certification is the nation's only measurable standard of an individual's knowledge of the "Design- Build Done Right" principles vital to successful project delivery. By completing these requirements, which touch on all aspects of design- build, candidates earn the right to dis- play "DBIA" after their names, identify- ing them to design-build end-users and the industry at large as experienced design-build professionals. 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