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PEOPLE IN PARKING Desman Associates would like to


recognize Evangeline “Evie”Alicea on 30 years with the company. She is an Associate and CorporateAdministrator in its New York office. “As many will attest, Evie has been an integral part of the formation and growth of Desman, and we are fortunate to have her knowl- edge and dedication for all of these years,” the company said.


Digital Payment Technologies


(DPT) has hired Pascal Rollmann as its Director, Channel Sales. This new posi- tion is designed to provide an improved level of support and structure for its val- ue-added resellers, the company said. “We have worked with a strong group of resellers for a number of years,” said Chris Chettle, Senior Vice President, Sales, “andwe feel it is critical to contin-


ue to invest and expand in this area ifwe are going to build upon our growth over the past several years.” PolyBrite International, develop-


er of Borealis LED lamps and lighting systems, recently announced that Naperville, IL, has concluded its six- month LED streetlight testing period with nearly 60% savings in energy usage. Seven 120-watt Borealis LED streetlights and a like number of 350- watt HPS streetlights were monitored from June 2009 through January 2010. “The successful Borealis LED street- light pilot test has saved the city in elec- tricity use, in turn saving taxpayer dol- lars,” said Carl Scianna, PolyBrite President and CEO. Mark Larsen, P.E., has been


named Operations Director for the Walter PMoore Structural Engineer- ing Services Group, which encompass- es 11 offices and projects nationally


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National Bank of Abu Dhabi, said, “Paying Dh2 (about 50 cents) for one hour of parking in the day is not a big deal. Now, we can see the parking is well organised.After the introduction of paid parking, people don’t leave their vehicles for long hours, a common practice earlier.” Atif Quadri, a trade officer, said,


‘‘Parking fees should be paid by the company for which we work. It is an extra burden on us to pay, say, Dh15, every day. To save this money, we park our vehicles far away from our office in free parking areas.” AlexanderMaddasoc, a civil engi-


neer, said, “I brought my wife for treat- ment at a hospital and easily got park- ing, which was earlier difficult. Moni- toring during night is a good move as the Khalifa Street area is very crowded in the day as well as night.” I love the third one – well, duh,


that’s exactly what is supposed to hap- pen! It’s working. Abu Dhabi is civilized in its manners and its business – now it’s becoming civi- lized in its parking.


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