… and the people who make it.
, senior vice president of Global Key Accounts for ENSR, Westford, Mass., has received the prestigious 2005 Beasley Award for Leadership Excellence. The award, named for a Wingate advisory board member who died of lymphoma in 1990, is presented to an exceptional manager of Wingate Co., a Dallas-based private investment firm and ENSR's primary shareholder. Anderson has led ENSR's Key Account Program since 1997. Over the last three fiscal years the Key Account division's revenue has grown 84 percent.
has joined Koch Membrane Systems, Wilmington, Mass., as product manager of replacement parts. In his new role, Bushey will be responsible for driving future business growth, creating a repair parts structure and marketing plan, developing tools for inside and outside sales personnel, and for maintaining inventory availability. Bushey has more than 20 years of experience in spare parts and logistics in the automotive, medical equipment and semiconductor industries, most recently serving as a planning manager for Axcelis Technologies, Beverly, Mass.
PCCI Inc., Alexandria, Va. recently welcomed three new environmental analysts. Hillery Kelly
, Jonathan Champion
, and Dave Ciotti
will initially be reviewing pipeline facility oil spill response plans to ensure compliance with government rules and regulations. Before joining PCCI, Kelly served as an analyst for the EPA. Champion previously worked as a policy analyst for Northeast-Midwest Institute. Ciotti formerly worked as an environmental scientist for Potomac Hudson Engineering Inc., Bethesda, Md.
Susan L. Clark
has been appointed vice president of sales and marketing for Dynex Technologies, Chantilly, Va., a Magellan Biosciences company. “Susan brings to Dynex 20 years of experience and a strong track record of success in the instrumentation, laboratory, clinical diagnostic and life-science industries,” said Henry J. O'Connell, the company's president. Clark was previously sales manager for Thermo Electron's Trace Chemical Analysis Group, part of its Scientific Instrument Division, where she increased North American western regional sales by 50 percent.
Deeba, Foong, Rabinowitz and Steger
Engelhard Scientists Michel Deeba
, John Foong
, Harold Rabinowitz
and John Steger
were recipients of a 2005 Thomas Alva Edison Patent Award. The award, presented by the Research & Development Council of New Jersey, recognizes dedication to research and development that leads to “truly innovative breakthroughs.” Deeba, Foong, Rabinowitz and Steger were honored at the council's annual awards dinner in November for developing an auto-emission catalyst with sophisticated three-layer (poison barrier, palladium and rhodium) architecture.
has been named director of engineering for the Intelligent Sensor Solutions Business Unit of Inficon, Syracuse, N.Y., focusing on the semiconductor industry and the environmental health and security markets. Most recently, he was director of engineering for the company's environmental health and security products. Hamilton has been with the company since 1994 and has held positions as mechanical engineer, manufacturing manager and mechanical engineering manager.
Daniel C. Heintzelman
, a 26-year GE veteran and a company officer, has been named president of Atlanta-based GE Energy's services business, effective this month. Heintzelman joins GE Energy from GE Transportation, where he has led the aircraft engine services business for the past three years. He succeeds Ricardo Artigas, who has been president of GE Energy's services business since 1997. Visit www.gepower.com
has been appointed national sales manager for Chemical Injection Technologies Inc., Fort Pierce, Fla. Specker will be responsible for sales and distributor management the company's products in the U.S. and Puerto Rico. Specker has been with the company since 1997, beginning his career as a regional sales manager and becoming an operations manager in 2003.