Newsmakers: Architecture and Engineering
Businesses featured this week: ELA Group Inc., Murphy & Dittenhafer, Navarro & Wright, Raudenbush Engineering Inc.
New Cumberland-based Navarro & Wright named Lindsey Decker a survey drafting technician with the transportation department.
Lititz -based ELA Group Inc. named Lawrence L. Lawyer II a senior project manager with its civil/municipal engineering department. He is a professional engineer with more than 40 years of experience, most recently as vice president of Delta Development Group Inc. He has a BS in civil engineering from Penn State University.
Middletown-based Raudenbush Engineering Inc. named Rick Deitch a survey and computer-aided design and drafting technician with its survey division. He has nearly 27 years of survey experience. Jesse White was named a survey crew chief. He has more than 13 years of experience and is also a veteran of the Iraq War. Sean Fernandez was named a site/civil designer with the site planning and land development group. He is an engineer-in-training and has an associate degree from Antelope Valley College and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Penn State University.
Murphy & Dittenhafer of York named Matthew Dietrich, Courtney Horst, Danielle Larash, Jennifer Moll, Patrick Ness and David Ritter architects. Dietrich is interested in adaptive reuse, as well as the relationship between building and landscape. He has a bachelor of architecture degree from Philadelphia University. Horst was employed with MM Architects in Lancaster. She focuses on using a space, material or component in a different way to gain an unexpected use or experience. She has an architecture degree from Virginia Tech. Larash is a member of the architectural design team. She was employed with Urban Design Group in Baltimore. She has an architecture degree from Penn State University. Moll is interested in sustainable design. She has an architecture degree from Penn State. Ness was employed with the Office for Planning and Architecture in Harrisburg. He has an architecture degree from Penn State. Ritter has an interest in historic preservation and adaptive reuse and was employed with Fuller Architects and Hoffman Architecture in Centre County. He has an associate degree in architecture technology from Pennsylvania College of Technology and bachelor’s degrees in architecture and architectural preservation from Temple University.