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PARKING TODAY NEWS CHANCE Management Advisors, Inc. has been retained by

Arizona State University to assess AccessManagement issues as part of the campus Master Plan update. This will include all vehicular movement, as well as pedestrian and bicycle activity. For a Master Plan at Lehigh University,CMAwill assess the exist- ing transit system and recommend improvements to serve the campus for future years. Additionally, CMA has recently com- pleted an operational audit of the LEXPARK on-street parking management program for the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government in Lexington, KY. Joe Richmond, a veteran of more than 30 years in the trans-

portation industry, has been named Director of Parking and Transportation for the University of North Texas (UNT) in Den- ton. In announcing the appointment, UNT Chief of Police Richard Deter commented: “I have worked closely with Joe since his arrival in 2003, and have been most impressed with his will- ingness to address problems and issues and work toward suc- cessful resolutions.” AMAG Technology has made several management moves.

William “Bill” Kotwicki Jr., appointed Northeast Regional Sales Manager, will provide sales support to the company’s Northeast territory. Also, in continuing its strategic initiative to establish a dedicated government market team and focus, AMAGhas appointed Mike Mostow, a 15-year security industry and gov- ernment security market veteran, as Vice President of Govern- ment Systems. Mostow will be based in its Arlington, VA, office, where he will lead and manage the Government Systems sales and sales engineering team. He also will develop and implement strategies to expand and support the company’s growing base of Symmetry Homeland Security Management System resellers and end users. Additionally, to support its growing customer base, AMAGhas hired Brian M. Koszuta as a Regional Sales Engineer. Based in its Northeast territory, he is responsible for providing technical and consultative support to AMAG’s Regional Sales Managers. Complus Data Innovations (CDI) recently launched a new

service for its municipal, university and airport clients to accept online parking ticket appeals from the public. By visiting the CDI parking ticket payment website set up for each individual client, the public can now choose between paying their outstanding parking tickets or filing an online appeal to have their tickets reviewed by a parking administrator or judge. The feature was added as the result of client feedback to help streamline and sim- plify the overall appeals process. Digital Monitoring Products (DMP) has named Matthew

Schweiger as Director of Sales in its Eastern Region, which includes states east of the Mississippi. In his new role, he will manage, guide, motivate and lead DMP Dealer Development Managers in the region to ensure that they meet or exceed both company objectives and customer expectations. Spancrete has added Augustine “Auggy” Chung and pro-

moted Clinton Krell to fill its sales team inWisconsin and Illi- nois.With more than 15 years of precast construction experience, Chung joined the company as a Sales Manager for the Chicagoland area. A LEED AP, over the course of his career, he has worked on more than 1,000 precast building projects. Krell, who began his career at Spancrete 11 years ago,was recently pro- moted to Sales Representative covering Southwest Wisconsin. Most recently he served as the Director of Precast Project Devel- opment and Education. PSX

Inc. has hired Daniel Honyotski as Branch Manager of its Tampa office. He brings more than 25 years of experience with


the parking systems integration industry to his new endeavor, including operational management and project management experience. Philadelphia-based PSX

dealer of Amano McGann parking products in the U.S.. Genetec has been selected, for the sixth time in a row, as one

of Montreal’s “top employers.” This designation pays tribute to select area employers that offer exceptional places to work. Com- peting organizations are evaluated by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers using criteria including physical workplace; work atmosphere; health, financial and family benefits; training and skills development; and community involvement. Each employer is then compared to the other organizations in their category to determine which ones offer the most progressive and forward- thinking programs. Finfrock Construction has signed a contract with Edens &

Avant to deliver a $12 million seven-level parking garage for Mosaic, a 31-acre mixed-use development in Fairfax County, VA, that comprises more than 1,000 residential units, 400,000 square feet of retail, 65,000 square feet of office, two boutique hotels, an eight-screen arthouse cinema and two parks. Finfrock is provid- ing complete design-build services for the garage, which is expected to be completed in November. Cambridge Architectural, the world’s only full-service

provider of sustainable architectural mesh systems for building applications, added Joe Polak as its Texas and Louisiana Sales Representative.Aseasoned veteran of architectural product sales with more than 30 years of experience in the construction indus- try, he will be responsible for providing professional comprehen- sive services to design and construction professionals, specializ- ing in exterior envelope and interior solutions. TagMaster, a producer of advanced RFID solutions,

together with 7iD, a provider for RFID systems and supplier of RFID-based software solutions, have signed a Letter of Intent to cooperate in the field of advanced middleware solutions for use in TagMaster’s new UHF Reader platform. The initial co- operation will generate an integrated solution with hardware and middleware for railway track-and-trace applications, the companies said. Telvent, a leading real-time IT solutions and information

provider, has been awarded a contract from the Beijing Traffic Management Bureau to help to expand the Chinese capital’s urban traffic management system. The company will imple- ment its Smartmobility Traffic technology on more than 200 traffic junctions, which will enable Beijing authorities to improve traffic flow, increase driver’s safety and reduce air pol- lution. The project is designed to allow shorter travel times throughout the city, as well as a reduction in delays and back- ups due to traffic congestion. To support transit, ridesharing and downtown commercial

activities, the City of Redlands, CA, has hired Watry Design to realize its vision of a “Park Once” facility. The structure will accommodate existing and future parking demand for the down- town and a future Metrolink station. The city reports that without structured parking, more than two-thirds of the land would be surface lots, which in turn significantly reduces development opportunities. Also, by providing adequate parking for transit, the city hopes to reduce vehicle trips, fuel consumption, pollu- tion and traffic congestion. Janus Elevator Products has appointed William (Bill) Dick-

ey Vice President Sales and Marketing. As a member of the Janus board of directors, Dickey will help shape the company’s strategic plan and guide its continued

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