AE Works recently promoted senior vice president Richard Witt Jr. to chief design officer.
Witt brings design, project management, operations and business development experience to the newly created role. He will lead AE Works’ design team’s engineering, architecture, project management and business development groups.
Robert Lingenfelter, a landscape architect for Weber Murphy Fox, recently earned the distinction of becoming a certified planner after passing the American Institute of Certified Planners exam.
The AICP designation, a highly regarded certification in the field of land use planning, can be earned by a full-time member of the American Planning Association who meets education and experience requirements and passes a written exam. It also requires an intensive certification maintenance and continuing education program to keep certification valid.
Lingenfelter provides land planning and development support for the firm’s industrial, commercial and institutional projects.
Scott DeHart, of Mount Nittany Physician Group, has joined the Tyrone Regional Health Network medical staff.
He serves as medical director of TRHN’s occupational health program, which is in addition to the occupational health services he provides at Mount Nittany Health. He received his medical degree from Thomas Jefferson University’s Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia, and completed his internship at York Hospital in York. He obtained a doctorate of philosophy from Penn State.