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Executive Watch
Jonathan A. Schein - President & CEO - Real Estate Media - GlobeSt.com3/28/06: Already at a fever pitch, the upcoming election is generating analyses on every news channel in numbing proportions. But there’s one date that many pundits are failing to recognize, and it will most likely figure heavily in the elections. That’s June 1–the start of this year’s hurricane season. On the heels of the poorly handled recovery from Hurricane Katrina, the best anyone can hope for is that we won’t get hit again. No guarantees there. But neither are there any guarantees that those in power will be better able to handle another disaster of like proportions. Photo ops and grand pronouncements of all that’s being done for victims are one thing. It’s another to state with honesty that, should another hurricane hit, we’re ready. If elected officials can’t say that, the next date of importance will be November 7.

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  CADENCE McSHANE CORP. (DALLAS) M. Shawn Pyatt jumps to vice president of finance from controller. The 15-year professional assumes responsibility for all financial management and construction financing functions.
  THE ALLEN GROUP (SAN DIEGO) Luke Allen earns a berth as corporate development coordinator to formulate strategies for teams in central and southern California and Dallas. The two-year employee previously directed and managed the firm’s information resources for clients and investors.
New Hires
  FAISON ENTERPRISES (CHARLOTTE, NC) Wyatt T. Dixon III joins as managing director of residential and commercial development. He will oversee the newly formed multifamily division, which will be focused on development in the Carolinas. He previously worked for Summit Properties.
  GVA WILLIAMS (NEW YORK CITY) In a triple hiring, Bernhard Weinstabel begins as a senior director after spending eight years with CB Richard Ellis Inc. while Jan A. Sigmon and Lori Gabay start as associates. Sigmon, an attorney, has 20 years in management and business. Gabaya previously worked for Adams & Co.
  KUSHNER COS. (FLORHAM PARK, NJ) Greg Wovna is named vice president of land development to oversee large-scale, mixed-use and urban redevelopment projects. For 12 years, he’s worked for ARG Development Corp. in Bedminster, NJ, exiting as a vice president.
  GVA THOMPSON, DOYLE, HENNESSEY & STEVENS (BOSTON) Bryan T. Baldwin joins as vice president of design and construction consulting. He most recently was responsible for planning and delivery of 2.5 million sf for Staubach Co., Equity Office Properties Trust and Beacon Properties.
  CENTURION PARTNERS (CORNELIUS, NC) Philip Corriher is named leasing director for retail and mixed-use projects in the Southeast. He most recently was vice president of retail for Commercial Carolina Corp.
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