Two companies win award at electronics show
Charles Cunniffe Architects and Paragon Technology Group earned the Ultimate Home of the Year award at the recent Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The event is an internationally renowned electronics and technology trade show attracting major companies and industry professionals worldwide. Willoughby Way, designed by Charles Cunniffe Architects, received the honor.
The home includes Steinway Lyngdorf surround sound, integrated Crestron Digital Media with automated audio/visual, lighting, shading and security. All are accessed through handheld devices.
Carpenter returns to The Fleisher Company
The Fleisher Company has announced the return of Joe Carpenter to its team of real estate professionals.
Carpenter was the general manager of the firm from 2005 to 2007. In his new position as managing director, he will provide full brokerage services with special emphasis on commercial and investment properties.
“His depth of experience in real estate, finance and marketing will be of tremendous value to the company and our clients,” the president and CEO of the firm, Craig Rathbun, said in a statement.
Carpenter’s experience includes more than 25 years in real estate sales, management, residential and commercial finance, as well as 14 years in mortgage-backed securities and the capital markets.
The Fleisher Company, formed in 1975, provides complete real estate services including residential and commercial sales and leasing, property management, property maintenance and development. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Based in Carbondale, The Fleisher Company has offices throughout the Roaring Fork Valley.
SGM announces three employee certifications
SGM has announced the professional certifications of Bob Brandeberry and Tim Barnett as professional land surveyors and Danny Stewart as a professional engineer.
Brandeberry has been with SGM since 2004 after beginning his surveying career in Ohio in 2000. His experience includes performing the field work and map preparation of boundary surveys within the Public Lands Survey System, CDOT Right-of-Way surveys, ALTA surveys, subdivisions, topographic mapping, monitoring surveys, GPS control networks, construction stacking and oil-and-gas surveys.
With SGM’s recent addition of state-of-the-art scanning equipment, Brandeberry has expanded his knowledge of 3-D scanning applications in the field and office. He has experience as a survey supervisor, project manager and field supervisor. His experience and familiarity in working in Western Colorado makes him a valuable asset to the firm’s transportation, energy and water/wastewater teams, the company said in a statement.
Barnett recently joined SGM as a survey crew chief. Barnett’s 11 years of experience in the Roaring Fork Valley has included all types of surveys including boundaries, ALTAs, improvement survey, annexation plats, site and grading plans. He has experience with AutoCad Civil 3-D, GPS and Sonar equipment.
Since joining SGM in 2008, Stewart has worked on multiple vehicular- and pedestrian-transportation projects and has provided hydraulic and stormwater support for many designs for counties, municipalities and private developers throughout Western Colorado.
His experience includes Black Diamond Mine Road and Lova Trail in Garfield County, and Jasper Avenue in Granby. The statement noted that those are relevant examples of unique design solutions to accommodate diverse traffic and pedestrian demands.
Much of his project experience has involved public process tasks as well. As a member of SGM’s transportation and development team, he works daily with AASHTO, CDOT and local standards. Stewart received his bachelor of science in Civil Engineering-Water Resources from the University of Wyoming.
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