Westlake Reed Leskosky announces promotions

Several engineers—plus other professionals—have been promoted at Westlake Reed Leskosky.

05/09/2014


Westlake Reed Leskosky has promoted the following individuals in recognition of their design and technical excellence, superior execution, and business administration that enhance the firm’s fully integrated design services and thought leadership.

Omar Hawit, PE, LEED APOmar Hawit, PE, LEED AP

Associate Principal, Manager of Mechanical Engineering; Washington, D.C.

California Polytechnic State University, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, 2004

Omar contributes to signature projects for cultural, government, and university clients and the firm’s sustainable design and public web site www.recool.com. His leadership serves local ASHRAE, IBPSA, and organizations such as Future Cities, Discover Engineering, National Engineering Week, Hands on DC and DC Green Schools, for which he was awarded regional ASHRAE Flicker of Light.

Jason A. Majerus, PE, CEM, CxA, LEED AP BD+CJason A. Majerus, PE, CEM, CxA, LEED AP BD+C

Associate Principal, Manager of Mechanical Engineer; Cleveland

Syracuse University, Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering 2000

Jason enhances the firm’s integrated design approach through his mechanical engineering design leadership, diverse experience including project design, energy analysis, specifications, construction administration and commissioning, and his development of protocols and staff.

 

George Sen-Chen Lin, PE, CSI CDT, LEED AP BD+CGeorge Sen-Chen Lin, PE, CSI CDT, LEED AP BD+C

Associate, Electrical Engineer; Washington, D.C.

Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Bachelor of Science Electrical Engineering 1991

Well-versed in electrical systems design for a wide variety of client sectors, George’s excellence in electrical engineering design enhances signature cultural and governmental projects including the American Revolution Museum of Yorktown, IDIQ for the Architect of the Capitol, and VA Community Living Center projects in Erie, Pa., and Martinsburg, W.V.

Also promoted:

Ruth Albertelli, RA, CCS, CSI, Associate Principal, Director of Specifications; Cleveland

Diane Bartlett, CPA, Chief Financial Officer; Cleveland

David M. Combs, RA, Associate Principal, Project Director; Phoenix

Dana O. Foerster, AIA, Associate, Architect; Cleveland

Patrick James Hyland, Jr., AIA, LEED AP, Associate Principal, Architect; Cleveland

Matthew A. Janiak, AIA, LEED AP, Principal, Project Designer/Director; Cleveland

Christopher Loeser, RA, Associate, Architect; Cleveland

Todd Mayher, RA, Associate, Project Director/Project Architect; Cleveland

Brant P. Miller, RA, LEED AP BD+C, MBA, Associate, Architect; Cleveland

Katherine Ritzmann, RA, LEED Green Associate, Associate, Project Architect; Cleveland

Peter W. Rutti, AIA, Principal, Director of Design of the Phoenix Studio

Christopher B. Tilton, LC, LEED AP, Associate IALD, Associate Principal, Lighting Designer, Theatrical Specialist; Cleveland



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