Jacobs Associates has announced the promotions of Glenn Boyce, Dave Crouthamel, Ted Depooter, Steve Dubnewych, and Dan Van Roosendaal to the position of Principal.
Glenn Boyce, PhD, PE, is an award-winning engineer, teacher and author with over 30 years of experience in trenchless, tunnel, shaft and geotechnical engineering. In 2009, the North American Society for Trenchless Technology named him “Trenchless Person of the Year.” Dr. Boyce manages the Walnut Creek office, the location of the firm’s soil and rock testing laboratory.
Dave Crouthamel, GE, has 23 years of experience in tunnel and excavation design, particularly in developing, implementing and evaluating groundwater inflow control measures and their impact upon underground construction. He is greatly skilled in solving constructability issues for underground projects, with a focus on impacts due to groundwater inflows.
Ted Depooter, PE, CPEng, has 34 years of underground experience and plays a significant leadership role in the company’s construction management practice. His project experience includes highway, rail, water and wastewater tunnels, using construction methods ranging from tunnel boring machines (TBMs), drill-and-blast, roadheader and sequential excavation.
Steve Dubnewych, PE, PEng, has 26 years of experience in design, construction and project management of numerous projects, including wastewater, water supply, transit and hydroelectric tunnels. His technical experience includes tunnel and shaft design, soft ground and hard rock tunneling methods, ground improvement, slope stability analysis, and constructability reviews.
Dan Van Roosendaal, PE, has 25 years of experience as a geotechnical engineer, geologist and project manager in underground design and construction, rock slope design, geologic characterization, and blasting. He manages Jacobs Associates’ New York City office and is a project manager for the Engineering Services Contract supporting the NYC Department of Environmental Protection’s Rondout West-Branch Bypass Tunnel Design.
Hurt Among New Principals at Arup
Arup has announced that Jon Hurt, PE, CEng, was one of five individuals to be promoted to principal for the New York office. In addition to Hurt, who works in Arup’s tunneling group, Arup promoted Brian Stacy, IALD, LEED AP, lighting; Trent Lethco, AICP, transportation planning; Hillary Lobo, PE, electrical; and Tateo Nakajima, acoustics and performing arts.
Hurt leads the tunnel design practice for Arup and is known for his design management and tunnel design on major projects, from concept through to construction. Hurt has a master’s degree in engineering from Cambridge University in the United Kingdom and is a professional engineer in five states. He is also a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the Underground Construction Association, the Institution of Civil Engineers, and the British Tunneling Society. Hurt chairs Arup’s philanthropic program in the Americas Region.
GZA GeoEnvironmental Promotes Errico
GZA GeoEnvironmental Inc., a leading environmental and geotechnical consulting firm, announced that James V. Errico, P.E. has been named to the GZA GeoEnvironmental executive team with a promotion to Chief of Technical Practice, operating from the company’s Manchester, N.H., office.
A resident of Londonderry, N.H., Errico is a Senior Principal of the firm and is a licensed professional engineer in Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Vermont. His areas of specialization are civil/geotechnical engineering, foundation engineering, transportation engineering and environmental site assessments.
Errico earned his bachelor of science degree in civil engineering from Tufts University and a master of engineering with a concentration in civil engineering from Cornell University. His professional activities include involvement with the American Council of Engineering Companies of New Hampshire (past President), American Society of Civil Engineers and the Boston Society of Civil Engineers. Errico has contributed to numerous industry publications.