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Chazen’s Nashville Office Expands



Joshua B. Cotton, P.E. has joined the Land Development group as a Senior Project Engineer. A resident of Franklin, he received his B.S. in Civil Engineering from Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. Previously, Cotton was a senior project engineer with OHM Advisors in Nashville.

Erich Hopf has joined the Land Development group as an Assistant Project Engineer. Erich was an intern in the Nashville office last summer and has returned upon graduating from the University of Evansville with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.

“We are excited to have Josh and Erich join Chazen as we continue to grow and expand our services,” said Peter Romano, P.E., Director Civil Engineering, and Director Nashville Office, Chazen Engineering Consultants”.

Troy, N.Y. – Pattison, Sampson, Ginsberg & Griffin, PLLC has added two new summer law clerks, Lindsay Carr and Michael Pitcher, to the firm headquartered in Troy. A student at Albany Law School, Carr has joined Pattison, Sampson, Ginsberg & Griffin as an intern following her second year of law school. In this role she will conduct legal…
Troy, N.Y. – David L. Bach of Burnt Hills, who has served as Associate Commissioner of the New York State Office of Children and Family Services, Division of Child Welfare and Community Services since 2019, has been appointed as the new CEO of Unity House. Last spring, longtime Unity House CEO Chris Burke announced that he would retire in mid-2022…
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Our partners at NYS DOL have the tools to recruit and retain your workforce. Stephen Ryan, Shared Work Initiative Project Coordinator, and Laurie Thomson…
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The Chamber’s Annual Golf Classic returns to The Country Club of Troy for a day of clubs, carts, and connections.   The scramble-style format provides…
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