Loring Announces Multiple Promotions

Loring Consulting Engineers is pleased to announce the promotion of several key executives and staff in the Washington, DC, New York City and Princeton, NJ offices.

Vice President Hallah Abodaff, PE, LEED AP, has been named Director of Operations for Loring’s DC office, assuming the role of “Supporter-in-Chief.” A Professional Engineer, Hallah joined Loring as an intern in 1998 and has contributed to the firm’s growth for nearly 20 years. Her portfolio of projects includes the U.S. Supreme Court Modernization, Michigan State Capitol Infrastructure Upgrades, the National Law Enforcement Museum, Georgetown University Law Center, and DC’s Station Place office building development. In her new role, she is responsible for managing staff and channeling energy towards successful project delivery that meets the expectations of clients and ensures a quality end-product.

Senior Associate Todd Steffens, PE, LEED AP, CEA, CBCP, was promoted to Corporate Director of Commissioning Services, responsible for development and implementation of company-wide commissioning testing procedures and practices. A 9-year veteran of Loring’s mechanical engineering team, Todd has experience conducting all phases of the building commissioning process, retro-commissioning, energy audits and energy efficiency reports. Notable projects include the Sackler Wing at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, George Washington University Science and Engineering Building, renovation of Carnegie Hall Studio Towers, and numerous facilities within the SUNY system.

Loring recognized eight additional engineers with promotions in early 2017. In the New York City office, Giancarlo Cosini, PE, LEED AP, CEA, CBCP; Edgar Eweka, LEED AP, CEA; and Kalpak Karule, PE, LEED AP, CEM, CBCP, were named Assistant Group Leaders. Pawel Tryzna was promoted to Senior Associate, and both Amy Hughes and William Sheridan, PE, LEED AP, CEM, CBCP, were elevated to Associate.