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Here’s a look at employment moves that occurred in the construction industry this month.

American Iron and Steel Institute

Jonathan Humble, FAIA, NCARB, LEED BD+C, was recognized with the ASHRAE Distinguished Service Award and the National Fire Protection Association Committee Service Award. Humble is regional director of construction codes and standards for the American Iron and Steel Institute and has been with the organization for more than two decades.

Associated Builders and Contractors

Greg Sizemore, Associated Builders and Contractors’ vice president of health, safety, environment and workforce development, was appointed to the Occupational Health and Safety Administration’s Advisory Committee on Construction Safety and Health (ACCSH). ACCSH provides the U.S. Department of Labor with guidance to improve workplace safety and health in the construction industry.

Cavignac & Associates

Denise French joined Cavignac & Associates’ employee benefits department team as an account administrator for special projects, including the pregnancy care plan. Cavignac & Associates is a leading San Diego-based risk management and insurance brokerage firm specializing in the design and building industry.

DonahueFavret Contractors, Inc.

Lauren Laudun was elected to the Board of Directors of DonahueFavret Contractors, where she is the business development coordinator. DonahueFavret Contractors specializes in health care, hospitality, retail, and commercial construction and renovation.

Equity Construction Solutions

Marc Doukakis was named director of operations of Equity Construction Solutions, an independent construction company with extensive and successful experience across a wide range of different project types.

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