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Tom Shuput, vice president of SCS Engineers, Houston, has received the 2008 Distinguished Individual Achievement Award from the Landfill Gas Technical Division of the Solid Waste Industry of North America. Shuput received this honor at a luncheon held on March 12, 2008, in Houston, as part of the association's 31st Annual Landfill Gas Symposium. Visit www.scsengineers.com.
Christopher Stevens has been promoted to general manager of Devcon, Danvers, Mass. Stevens joined the company in 2000 to develop a dual-front marketing and sales strategy for its core businesses. Visit www.devcon.com.
John Noble has been appointed as a development adviser to the International Salvage Union. He took up the appointment on April 2. Noble is a master mariner, having served 13 years at sea and two years in the late 1970s with the U.K. P&I Club. He joined Murray Fenton in 1980 and subsequently attended over 60 casualties, specializing in cases involving salvage, pollution and wreck removal. Visit www.marine-salvage.com.
Fred Halfen has been selected to lead Madison, Wis.-based Ayres Associates' energy corridors initiative, and Kirk Contrucci has been promoted to vice president of the company's photogrammetry operations. Halfen led efforts to secure the company's first major energy transmission project, which involved surveying, mapping and photogrammetry services (remote sensing technology) for a 1,000-mile corridor in Kansas and Colorado. Contrucci joined the company in 1985 as a stereo plotter operator. Visit www.AyresAssociates.com.
Edwards, Crawley, U.K., has announced the appointment of Michael Allison as sales and service director, semiconductor and solar. Michael was previously worldwide vice president of business operations at KLA-Tencor Corp.Visit www.edwardsvacuum.com.