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Dewberry Promotes Nine Professionals in Fairfax, VA Office

Jeff Brody

Dewberry has promoted nine staff members in the professional services firm's Fairfax, Va., office as the company expands its consulting, engineering and architectural service offerings across the Mid-Atlantic region.

These appointments were among the nearly 60 job promotions that took place at various Dewberry locations nationwide, the company said Thursday.

Joseph Wells, intelligence community market leader in the Fairfax office, has elevated to the position of senior principal. He assumed his more recent role in 2018 and coordinated with federal customers in projects such as infrastructure and facility planning, asset management and recapitalization security.

Joseph Goetz, a senior project manager within the disaster recovery services business, will be associate vice president.

Meg Bower, a planner for the justice architecture group, will serve as associate principal and brings civic building studies planning experience to her new position.

Dewberry assigned senior associate roles to transportation engineer Mark Kuczynski; senior project manager Mark Brewer; and senior interior designer April Vacca.

Brian Pak — a department manager within the mid-Atlantic mechanical, electrical and plumbing group — and Coulter Toatley — a senior designer for the justice architecture group — will both serve as associates.

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