Atwell Hicks, a 100-year-old award-winning development consulting firm, named five new partners. Robert G. Macomber, CEO, made the announcement.
The new partners are: Robert W. Beaugrand, American Institute of Certified Planners and Cleveland's team leader of residential services group. Beaugrand initially joined Atwell-Hicks as Project Development Manager in Ann Arbor, Michigan. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Land Use Planning from Eastern Michigan University and is a member of the American Planning Association, the Ohio planning Conference, the Michigan Society of Planning and the Urban Land Institute;
Patrick T. Bell, professional geologist and team leader of environmental services group in Shelby Township. Bell is a member of the Air and Waste Management Association and the National Brownfield Association. He graduated from Eastern Michigan University with a Bachelor of Science in Urban and Regional Planning;
David E. Call, professional engineer and team leader of the Brighton residential services group. Call was previously employed at Crosswinds Communities. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Oakland University and is a licensed homebuilder and professional engineer in the state of Michigan. Call is also a member of the Engineering Society of Detroit and the Michigan Society of Planners;
Steven A. D'Anna, PhD and regional vice president of Chicagoland. He earned his undergraduate degree in Civil Engineering from Michigan State University and his doctorate from Wayne State University. D'Anna is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the National Association of Homebuilders, the Construction Institute, the National Society of Professional Engineers and the International Council of Shopping Centers;
and Jeffrey S. Evans, professional surveyor and Ann Arbor's team leader of field services who first joined the firm as a Staff Surveyor. Evans earned a Bachelor of Business Administration from Cleary University. He is a member of the Michigan Society of Professional Surveyors, the Illinois Society of Professional Surveyors as well as the International Right-of-Way Association.
Source: Atwell-Hicks, July 1, 2005