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Randy Paulson, Director of Busi-


ness Development forWalker Parking Consultants in LosAngeles, has been elected 2009-2010 SMPS/LA Chapter President. The Society forMarketing Professional Services (SMPS) is a national organization with more than 7,000 members who represent 80% of the Engineering News-Record’s Top 500 Design Firms and Top 400 Con- tractors. Paulson, whose one-year term as chapter president begins Sept. 1, has been withWalker since 1999. The American ShotcreteAssoci-


ation (ASA) is accepting applications for graduate scholarships for the 2009- 2010 academic year.The purpose of the ASA Graduate Scholarship Program is to attract, identify and assist outstand- ing graduate students pursuing careers in the field of concrete with a signifi- cant interest in the shotcrete process. One scholarship will be awarded to a graduate student attending an accredit- ed college or universitywithin theUnit- ed States, and a second scholarship will be awarded to a graduate student attending Laval University in Canada. Josh McLeland has joined the


POM Inc. sales force as a Regional Sales Representative. His initial focus will be sales and service of POMelec- tronic parking meter systems in the Midwest, along with customer support and training, saidMarketingManager Terry Henderson. Also, POM has been awarded two 3-year contracts by the Pittsburgh ParkingAuthority, for supply of electronic parking meter mechanisms. meter housings, coin col- lection equipment and related compo- nents.The contracts total $1.19million. “POM has long provided electronic upgrade mechanisms to the Pittsburgh Parking Authority, and we are very pleased to add our vandal-resistant housings and accessories to their meter system,” said Technical SalesManager BobraWilbanks. Bill Davidson,Marketing Special-


ist at the University of Arizona, has been selected by the scholarship com- mittee of the Southwest ParkingAsso- ciation as this year’sWarren Reynolds Scholarship recipient. As part of the scholarship, he was to attend the annual International Parking Institute con- ference. Davidson also was awarded IPI’s Emerging Leader Scholarship, which includes a conference registra- tion waiver.


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Security Identification Systems


Corp. (SISCO) was founded in 1994 by CEO Anthony Zagami, and since that time, it has built a significant client base. This has occurred in response to a con- tinually increasing need to rapidly iden- tify, credential and track employees, vis- itors, vendors and the general public into and out of buildings, facilities, vessels and special events. Virtually any place where access is controlled, SISCO has the equipment and technology to ensure these goals, the company says.


CH2M Hill, a global full-service


engineering, procurement, construction and operations firm, has debuted on the Fortune 500 list, ranking number 436. The firm also is ranked among the top 10 largest Colorado-based companies. “The Fortune 500 ranking is a testament to our talented and dedicated employees, who provide quality services to our clients every day,” said Lee McIntire, President and COO. W.S. Tyler has teamed with AEC


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