Jeffrey L. Lape
has been selected as the next director of the
Chesapeake Bay Program Office. For the majority of his 16 years with the EPA,
Lape has served in key positions involving leadership in national water
pollution control strategies. He helped to spearhead the agency’s reform
efforts with industrial wastewater management, combined sewer overflows, animal
feeding operations, watershed-based permitting and several other Clean Water
Stevens Water Monitoring
Systems, Portland, Ore., has brought in Mike Boulier
as the company’s new radio frequency (RF) technician. Mike has 22 years of
military RF experience with Air Force Special Operations and the Army,
including single and multi-channel ground radio and satellite tactical
communications equipment. He had two tours of duty in Iraq and one in
Afghanistan. Boulier will support customers using satellite and other telemetry
data collection systems.
P. Noling, P.E., and Daniel A. Scarpine, P.E.
Calvin P. Noling, P.E.
have formed StormwateRx, Portland, Ore., a
multidisciplinary engineering and products company bringing in-depth knowledge
of stormwater policy, regulations, design and stormwater reclamation systems to
clients in the Western United States. Previously, Noling managed Contech
Stormwater Solutions Industrial Business while Scarpine was lead designer.
Noling has recently been invited to sit on the Oregon Stormwater Solutions
Team, a group of stakeholders and experts whose objective is to develop a plan
for reducing urban runoff in Oregon.
been named Denver-based Stantec’s new senior vice president of the environment
department. Kishel will oversee all company operations and staff within the
environment group, which includes more than 1,050 professional staff. He has
more than 25 years of experience in the engineering consulting industry in a
wide variety of management roles, from small start-ups to global growth
assignments. He specializes in the planning, design and implementation of
large-scale water resource projects.
has been named vice president of finance and
information technology for Solvay North America LLC, headquartered in Houston.
He succeeds Phil Uhrhan, who retired Feb. 28. Most recently Lacey served as
president and CEO of Solvay Solexis Inc. in Thorofare, N.J., a position he held
since 1999. Prior to that, he served as the company’s CFO.
Peter C. Bokor
has joined Ecovation, Rochester, N.Y., as vice
president and director of West Coast operations and development. Bokor
previously worked with California-based Earth Tech Inc., a Tyco International
Ltd. company, where he established annual operating priorities for management
and staff between Earth Tech and the parent company. Bokor’s experience with
strategy and financial planning was honed during his tenure at Lehman Brothers,
where he worked with leveraged buyout funds and performed merger and
acquisition analyses to evaluate investment opportunities for client companies.