Business Briefs: EwingCole

Words: Bronzella Cleveland

JanuaryFebruary 2009
Industry News

Business Briefs: EwingCole

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David Chen

EwingCole has announced that Dave Chan, AIA, LEED AP, has joined the firm’s Washington, D.C. office as a senior project manager. Chan brings to EwingCole his experience as a senior project manager at Leo A. Daly Co, managing large-scale hotel, office buildings and mixed-use projects. He is a LEED-accredited professional who is an active member of NCARB and the Northern Virginia Chapter of the AIA.

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Petra Horna

Additionally, the firm has welcomed Petra Horna to its Washington, D.C., office as the new director of business development. Horna is originally from the Czech Republic and is proficient in Japanese and German, as well as English and Czech. She is an active member of Women in Retail Real Estate, and resides in Oakton, Va. MD

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