LAGUNA BEACH, CA-Griffin Structures Inc. has named 25-year realestate and construction industry veteran Frank Martinez executivevice president to oversee new business development at theconstruction management firm, whose clients include public,non-profit, and private sector organizations. Martinez, whorecently served as a vice president at Snyder Langston, was namedto his new post by Griffin Structures president Roger Torriero.

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Martinez observes that the need to deliver projects in thecontext of community interests and constraints has grown even moreimportant in the current economy. “Now more than ever, when youconsider the fiscal challenges created by our current economiccycle, our ability to partner with public agencies to help themdeliver a great project as well as provide solutions for theirfunding challenges makes a big difference,” he said.

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At Snyder Langston, Martinez was responsible for development andimplementation of the Southern California strategic business planfor each fiscal year. Before Snyder Langston, he was a director atDMJM/Holms & Narver Inc (now Aecom) where he handleddevelopment and implementation of the strategic plan for clients,primarily in the public sector. His experience also includes postsat Jacobs Engineering URS Inc. and Bayshore Development Co.LLC.

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Griffin Structures has also hired Robert N. Godfrey as projectmanager and construction man ager. Godfrey, who most recently wasproject manager/engineer for RMS Group, brings eight years ofcombined experience in construction management and planning to hisnew position.

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