Val Loh, Syska Hennessy’s global practice leader for Information and Communication Technology (ICT), has been promoted to senior principal, announces Cyrus Izzo, co-president of Syska.
Mr. Loh has more than 20 years of experience in technology consulting and engineering design across many sectors and geographies. Project highlights include the Lotte World Tower (the tallest building in Asia), pharmaceutical campuses in the U.S. and China, medical colleges and hospitals for New York City’s top healthcare providers, and a 130-foot private yacht. He is a member of Syska’s committee on diversity and inclusion, entitled SHAPE (Syska Hennessy Advocating Professional Equality).
“Our clients love working with Val because he doesn’t stop at what they need right now; he helps them determine how to plan ahead for the future,” says Mr. Izzo. “Widely recognized as a mentor, Val is also a leader in internal efforts to promote diversity within Syska.”
Syska also promoted Josh Fluecke, Nick Fox, and Mike Falkenstern to principal. Mr. Fluecke, based in Chicago, is a practice area director for critical facilities. Mr. Fox is a practice area director in the New York office, where he specializes in commercial buildings, critical facilities, and broadcast media. Mr. Falkenstern is also based in New York, where he serves as a practice area director in charge of the Northeast commissioning group.
In addition, Syska promoted John Reis, a supervising engineer; and Anthony Jamsek, an IT discipline leader, to associate principal. Both are based in the New York Office.