CHICAGO—The McShane Construction Co. has justselected Ed Pitula to serve as its new director ofbusiness development. His responsibilities will include developingnew construction assignments across many sectors including theindustrial, office, healthcare and institutional markets. He willoffice in McShane's corporate headquarters in suburban Rosemont andlead local, regional and national development efforts.

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Pitula joined McShane in 1997, and has handled constructionassignments for numerous clients including E.A. SweenCo., FedEx, Fitness Formula,Ltd., Aon Hewitt, ValparaisoUniversity and the University of NotreDame.

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In 2002, he spearheaded the establishment of McShane's Westernregional office in Irvine, CA. Several of his most significantassignments were in California and include an 820,000-square-footbuild-to-suit for W.W. Grainger, Inc. inPatterson; an 89,847-square-foot freight service center for FedExin Kettleman City; the 704,115-square-foot Redlands Business Centerindustrial development and the launch of the new1,013,460-square-foot Redlands Logistics Center in Redlands.

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“Ed's experience and broad expertise in serving clients in anumber of market sectors will provide construction insights andadvantages to corporate end-users, institutional clients and realestate developers as each evaluates opportunities for newconstruction, expansions or retrofits,” says Jeffrey A.Raday, president of McShane. “I am confident that he willbe successful in advancing McShane's current project portfoliothroughout the Chicago market, the Midwest region and on a nationalbasis.”

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Brian J. Rogal

Brian J. Rogal is a Chicago-based freelance writer with years of experience as an investigative reporter and editor, most notably at The Chicago Reporter, where he concentrated on housing issues. He also has written extensively on alternative energy and the payments card industry for national trade publications.