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Here’s a look at employment moves that occurred in the construction industry this month.

Elite Welding Academy

Jacqueline Montgomery was named president of Elite Welding Academy and will lead the school and staff at all locations, including the Elite Pipe Welding Academy. Both academies are affiliated with United Group Services, an industrial contractor with expertise in capital projects, managed maintenance programs, as well as scheduled and unscheduled shutdown and outages.

JE Dunn Construction

Keith B. Gabriel joined JE Dunn Construction as diversity, equity and inclusion manager for the Carolinas. Gabriel will work directly with senior management to ensure workplace, workforce and marketplace initiatives are aligned with JE Dunn’s overall diversity, equity and inclusion strategies. JE Dunn Construction is a general building contractor that provides construction management services through 24 offices nationwide.

JLL

Kameshia Freeman joined JLL Public Institutions as senior vice president, public institutions. Freeman will provide solutions development by building on JLL Public Institution’s national client base and leading performance in the public sector. JLL is a professional services firm that specializes in real estate and investment management.

Ryan Companies US

Joe Rozza was named chief sustainability officer of Ryan Companies US Inc.—a national developer, designer, builder, capital markets partner and real estate manager offering full-service commercial real estate solutions. The chief sustainability officer is a new role at Ryan as the company focuses on improving, preserving, and protecting the environment while driving lasting value for its customers and team members.

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