William Metzger has been named a Supervising Network Engineer in the New York City office of Parsons Brinckerhoff.
Metzger is responsible for the conceptual development and design of large-scale data communication networks supporting a broad range of technologies along with other initiatives for major transportation facilities.
Prior to joining Parsons Brinckerhoff, Metzger, with nearly three decades of experience, was the primary security engineer for the Infrastructure Technologies Services at the United Nations headquarters in New York City.
He is a member of the American Society for Industrial Security and the Building Industry Consulting Service International.
Ware Malcomb has opened a New York City office at 18 West 18th Street.
The new office, which will focus on interior architecture and design, brings the number of Ware Malcomb offices in the US, Canada, Mexico and Panama to 16. Bill Sotomayor has joined the firm as regional director to lead the New York City office.
In 1995, Sotomayor established Manhattan-based TSC Design, which provided architectural and interior design services.
He expanded the firm to New Jersey, opening an office there in 2005, and grew TSC Design to a 100-person operation.
Sotomayor later sold and merged his company with a large architectural design firm in New York in 2011.
He graduated from the New York Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Architecture degree.
Hoffmann Architects announced the following promotions: Christopher M. DeRosa, AIA has been promoted to Project Architect from Project Coordinator. DeRosa joined Hoffmann Architects’ Arlington, Virginia office in 2011 with a cross-disciplinary background in architecture and structural engineering
Beginning this fall, he will provide full-time, on-site construction administration for the restoration of the
Dome of the U.S. Capitol.
A graduate of Syracuse University, DeRosa holds a Master of Architecture degree and a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering.
Caitlin M. Twohill has been promoted to Marketing Coordinator. Previously Finance and Marketing Assistant, Twohill
will now lead marketing efforts, developing proposal and qualification packages, as well as preparing client presentations, managing trade show and conference participation, and producing company materials.
She will also work with the business development and technical staff to support project record-keeping and maintain qualification forms and agreement materials.
A graduate of Southern Connecticut State University, Twohill holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Management.
The Cement League announced that Michael Salgo, Esq., has been named as executive director.
Salgo brings 35 years of legal experience to the role. He has worked with construction trade associations negotiating collective bargaining agreements with various union trades and representing industry promotional funds and pension and welfare funds.
Salgo has represented contractors in all aspects of construction law and has litigated cases involving lien foreclosure, breach of contract and real property and construction issues. He is also well versed in handling residential and commercial real estate transactions.
Salgo earned a Juris Doctor from Hofstra University School of Law and is admitted to practice in Eastern and South Federal District Court and the Second Circuit Court of Appeals.