PRLog - Jan. 22, 2013 - TUSTIN, Calif. -- Hall & Foreman, Inc. (HFI) professionals will serve as 2013 Board Members for local chapters of the Building Industry Association of Southern California (BIASC). John Hogan, P.E., LEED AP, Henrik Nazarian, P.E., LEED AP, QSD/P, and Linda Sandusky have been installed for the term. Mr. Hogan will serve as a director for the BIA Orange County Chapter. Mr. Nazarian will serve a director for the BIA Los Angeles-Ventura Chapter. Ms. Sandusky will serve as the President of the Building Industry Education Council.
Hall & Foreman professionals support local BIA Chapters through board service.
Mr. Hogan is CEO of HFI. Throughout his 37-year engineering career, he has managed design teams for a variety of large-scale residential and land planning projects. He recently served as President for the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Los Angeles Section and is active in numerous professional associations and societies, including the BIA Orange County Chapter’s Programs Committee.
Mr. Nazarian is Vice President of HFI’s LA/Ventura division. His 22-year career encompasses engineering, construction management, and land development. His expertise includes master planning and entitlements for residential subdivisions and mixed-used projects across Southern California.
Ms. Sandusky, project manager for HFI, has over 20 years of project management experience. She specializes in subdivision and custom residential projects. She was named Volunteer of the Year by the Building Industry Education Council of the BIASC and actively participates in organizing the annual Orange County CANstruction Competition.
Hall & Foreman, Inc. (HFI) specializes in civil engineering, GIS services, water quality management services, land planning and development, surveying and mapping, and entitlement coordination for the residential, commercial, infill/mixed use, education, industrial, and public works sectors. For more information visit www.hfinc.com
The Orange County Chapter and the Los Angeles-Ventura Chapter are part of the Building Industry Association of Southern California (BIASC). BIASC is a nonprofit trade association representing nearly 1,000 member companies. Its mission is to promote and protect the industry to ensure its members' success in providing homes for all Southern Californians. For more background visit www.biasc.org