Jonathon Stage has joined New York-based Thornton Tomasetti as vice president. He will lead the company’s sustainability team on the West Coast, supporting clients with a range of sustainability solutions for new building and retrofit projects. Stage, who most recently served as a vice president at Willdan, is based in the firm’s San Francisco office.
John Baker has joined Houston-based Lockwood, Andrews & Newnam Inc. (LAN) as senior program manager and vice president of infrastructure, where he will oversee public sector infrastructure projects. Baker formerly served as a colonel in the U.S. Army, with more than 25 years of military service, and served as the director of operations for the U.S. Army Installation Management Command, managing services and infrastructure for 75 Army bases around the world. Baker is based in the company’s San Antonio, Texas, office.
Retired Major General James Trogdon has joined Dallas-based AECOM as its North Carolina transportation lead, where he will develop strategic relationships and oversee transportation infrastructure projects across the state. Prior to retiring, Trogdon held several notable positions at the North Carolina Department of Transportation and served as secretary from 2017 to 2020.
Olathe, Kan.-based Terracon announced the following appointments: John Norwood has been named national manager for materials technology and innovation, and he is responsible for partnering with Terracon’s operations and service line leaders to explore future technology needs and drive technology adoptions. He is based in Terracon’s Raleigh, N.C., office. Lori Cathcart has been named director of corporate sustainability. Cathcart joined Terracon in 2017 as environmental assistant service line director for the company’s western operating group. She is based in the firm’s Laguna Hills, Calif., office.
Christopher LaTuso has been promoted to transportation market strategy director at Omaha, Neb.-based HDR where he will drive the continued growth of HDR’s global transportation program across all transportation modes and markets. LaTuso most recently served as director of HDR’s global transportation infrastructure advisory services practice and as East Region transportation market development director.
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