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Newsmakers: Architecture/Engineering

- Last modified: March 22, 2013 at 3:35 PM

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Businesses featured this week: Diehm and Sons, Pace Resources Inc., Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects, Century Engineering Inc.

Warwick Township-based Diehm and Sons named David Mease a project manager. He is a professional engineer with 18 years of experience and will focus on land development projects in Lancaster and Lebanon counties. He was a project engineer with Larson Design Group and Fisher Engineering. He has a BS in environment resource management from Penn State University.

Brenner, left, and Dannehl

York-based Pace Resources Inc. elected John S. Brenner, William B. Dannehl and Robert M. Ross to its board. Brenner is director of development with the Pennsylvania Municipal League and an adjunct professor at York College. Previously, he was mayor of York and York city controller. He also was employed with the state Senate and the Pennsylvania Lieutenant Governor's Office. Dannehl is CEO and founder of Verus Remodeling LLC. He was executive vice president of Harley Davidson Inc. and vice president and general manager of Harley-Davidson's York motorcycle assembly plant. Prior to retirement, Ross was a regional managing director of American Water Works and president and CEO of the Pennsylvania-American, Maryland-American, Tennessee-American and Virginia-American water companies. He has more than 45 years of experience in the management and operations of water and wastewater systems.

Nickey

York-based Murphy & Dittenhafer Architects named Kristen Nickey an administrative assistant. She was employed with the United Way of York County. She has a BS in business administration with a minor in informational systems from York College.

Fairview Township-based Century Engineering Inc. named Carol Myers a senior right-of-way agent with its transportation department. Prior to retirement, she was chief of appraisal and appraisal review with PennDOT's central office. She has a BS in education and earth sciences from California University of Pennsylvania. Andrew Barnes was named a mechanical engineer. He is a professional engineer with more than 13 years of HVAC, chilled water, heating water, underground utility distribution and chiller/boiler plant experience. He is a graduate of Western England College in Springfield, Mass.

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