Human resources

Bowen named vice president of ESM

ESM, a civil engineering firm whose projects include proposed improvements of the freeway “Triangle” in Federal Way, has named Mike Bowen vice president and director of survey services.

Bowen is working on the revisions of the junction of Interstate 5 and State Routes 18 and 161 (Enchanted Parkway), also known as the Triangle.

In other personnel moves at ESM, Eric Abbott was named an associate, Jaime Saez was hired as a senior project manager (he has 22 years of experience on site development and construction planning and design and is working on the Mount Rainier Resort at Park Junction project and the Snoqualmie Parkway road improvements), Carla Mincey joined the firm as human resources manager, and Matt Cyr has been hired as an assistant land Planner.

ESM’s 100 employees, working from offices in Federal Way, Bothell and Cle Elum, provides civil engineering, surveying, land planning and landscape architecture services.

• Prudential Northwest Realty Associates has new agents at its Federal Way office.

At the Federal Way Center office, the agents include Ruthann Mosley, Maryann Unger, Dottie Troxell, Michael Lopez and Jacquie Slavia.

New to the Federal Way Capitol Square office are Karen Gonter, Cynthia Marler, Sharon Pepper, Brad Templeton, Suzanne Jahns, Terisa Johnson and Melissa Harkins.

• L. Randolph Todd has joined ShoreBank Pacific as senior vice president and chief credit officer.

ShoreBank has an office in Federal Way.

Todd, who has more than 20 years of experience in the financial industry, fills the position previously held by John O’Phelan. O’Phelan will now lead the bank’s coastal lending efforts, according to a Shorebank spokesman.

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