*Liz Bock, formerly of Artemide, has joined Leucos USA as Midwest Regional Sales Manager. Bock, who is based in Chicago, IL, will be responsible for leading sales and marketing efforts across all of the company brands (Leucos, ITRE, FDV and Luxit) in Illinois, Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana, Michigan and Minnesota.
*Jim McMillen, a healthcare architect specializing in proton beam cancer therapy centers, has joined international architecture, planning and design firm RTKL as a principal in the Chicago office. McMillen is a radiation technology expert with extensive and varied experience designing highly specialized imaging and radiation therapy facilities, including several proton beam cancer therapy centers. Proton therapy is a precise form of cancer treatment that delivers significantly higher doses of radiation with greatly reduced damage to healthy tissue compared to conventional radiation therapy. McMillen has specific expertise in designing the specialized facilities that accommodate proton beam treatment for various forms of cancer.
*Brandie G. Sweany, IIDA, LEED AP, was appointed to the position of Interior Designer in BHDP Architecture’s Raleigh/Durham, N.C., office to support a growing client base in the East Coast region.
*Teknion Corporation has announced that Frank Delfino, President, World Markets, will retire from his current position with the company effective May 1, 2011. Delfino, who joined Teknion Furniture Systems in March of 1995 as EVP & COO, will be appointed as Chief Strategic Officer and special adviser to David Feldberg, President and CEO of Teknion Corporation, and also pursue independent business ventures.
In his new role Delfino will focus primarily on maintaining and developing Teknion’s key client relationships and helping to evolve the company’s long-term strategy, especially in the area of acquisitions and joint ventures. In addition, Mr. Delfino will facilitate the smooth transition of his current role.
Concurrent with Delfino’s departure from his current position, Teknion will be reorganizing its worldwide sales structure. The company announces the following appointments.
Scott Deugo, who holds the position of Senior Vice President, Design, Marketing and Sustainable Development, will be appointed to the position of Senior Vice President, North American Markets effective May 1, 2011. In his new role Deugo will be responsible for North American sales. In addition, Deugo will maintain responsibility for the company’s worldwide sustainability initiatives.
Also effective May 1, 2011, Joe Regan will be appointed to the position of Senior Vice President, Design and Corporate Marketing. Regan will report to David Feldberg and will serve as member of Teknion’s Executive Committee.