7. February 2017 11:30
R.A. Smith National Promotes Senior Project Manager to Leadership Position
David Cleary received a promotion from senior project manager to assistant director of land development services at R.A. Smith National.
Cleary has been employed with R.A. Smith National’s land development services group as a senior project manager since 2014, but has been with the firm a total of 14 years. A few of his current and recent projects include regional mall redevelopments in Colorado and New Jersey, Sendik’s Food Markets, Portillo’s restaurants in multiple states, and the Westlawn Gardens public housing campus redevelopments.
Cleary has more than 24 years of civil engineering experience in pre-development and design services associated with private, public and federal facilities. He is skilled at developing project-specific approaches and specialized architectural/engineering design teams for his clients, and provides site engineering oversight during pre-design, design and construction project phases.
Cleary is a professional engineer licensed in Wisconsin, Indiana, Minnesota and Michigan. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
6. February 2017 09:06
Civil engineer shows dedication to industry by obtaining licensure in California
Colby Nennig attained his professional engineer license in the state of California. Nennig is a civil engineer in the land development services division at R.A. Smith National.
Nennig has more than three years of experience at R.A. Smith National. His experience includes site design services for mixed-use, commercial, retail and industrial projects. Nennig has further technical expertise with grading and earthwork, hydrologic analysis, fire flow analysis, utility design and site layout. A couple of his recent projects include the Westfield Century City and AT Mateo retail redevelopments. Century City is a $950-plus million project that includes a new Nordstrom, a completely remodeled Bloomingdale’s, a new Macy’s and the West Coast’s first Eataly restaurant. The AT Mateo project, located in the Los Angeles Arts District, consists of 170,000-plus square feet of retail and office space that has become a premiere destination for retail, fashion and the arts.
Nennig has a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Marquette University in Milwaukee, Wis.