New hires, promotions and new business locations.

Bentley Systems Incorporated, Exton, Pa., announced that Les PostnikoffandMichelle Rudimanhave joined the company. Postnikoff is the global vice president of professional services. Bentley Consulting, technical support and Bentley Institute have become a single, unified organization under his leadership. Rudiman is the director of corporate communications. She is responsible for planning and directing corporate advertising and public relations.

EnerQuest Systems, Denver, Colo., announced that Chadwick Poole has become a senior photogrammetrist in the company’s Albuquerque, N.M., office. Poole provides project management and technical supervision in the production of elevation and imagery products derived from LIDAR data acquired by the EnerQuest Remote Airborne Mapping System. He also develops new lines of terrain and imagery products customized for specific vertical markets.

Topcon Positioning Systems Inc., Pleasanton, Calif., named Brian C. Juroffas distribution development manager for construction products. In his new position, Juroff will broaden the construction distribution base for Topcon’s lasers and levels.

GeoConcept, Paris, France, appointedJerome Vialaras partnerships manager. In this position, Vialar builds and furthers partnerships in France and worldwide to increase sales of GeoConcept’s GIS system and intelligent geomarketing solutions. Prior to joining GeoConcept, Vialar was accounts director for the systems integrator, Syntegra, which is part of the British Telecom group.

Intergraph Corporation, Huntsville, Ala., appointed Larry Laster as executive vice president and chief financial officer. Laster is a member of Intergraph’s Board of Directors and previously served as Intergraph’s CFO from 1987 to 1997. He is also chief financial officer of Intergraph Public Safety Inc., a subsidiary of Intergraph Corporation.

Construction & Survey Instruments Inc., Dallas, Texas, announced the merging of its three locations under one new company name, GeoShack, and the opening of a new Austin, Texas, location. Prior to the merger, the three separate locations were Spectra Physics Laserplane Dallas Inc., Dallas, Texas; McCully Instruments, Ft. Worth, Texas; and Spectra Products, San Antonio, Texas. Staffs at each location remain the same.

The South Carolina Society of Professional Land Surveyors (SCSPLS) elected Joseph L. McIntyre of Columbia, S.C., as its 2001-2002 president. McIntyre is employed at Whitworth & Associates in Lexington, S.C. He began working in the surveying field in 1981 and has been a member of the SCSPLS since 1985. He is also a member of the S.C. Midlands Chapter.

Carter & Burgess, Las Vegas, Nev., announced that Todd Stovall, PLS, has joined the firm as a survey project manager with the Las Vegas Survey Unit. Stovall brings 20 years of experience to Carter & Burgess in every aspect of the land surveying profession. Stovall is a member of the Nevada Association of Land Surveyors and is a registered Professional Land Surveyor in Nevada, Arizona and California.

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