Appointments at Mainsail & Lodging, Peerfit, WGI highlight this week's Businesss Movers & Shakers

Published March 10 2017


Axiom Bank, a community bank headquartered in Central Florida, appointed Scott Amatuccio as commercial relationship manager. In his new role, he will be responsible for generating and managing the bank's commercial relationships in the Tampa Bay area. Amatuccio joins Axiom from Bank of the Ozarks, where he served as SBA credit manager and vice president in St. Petersburg, providing leadership to SBA underwriters across a five-state region. Previously, he served as commercial credit manager at C1 Bank, which was acquired by Bank of the Ozarks in 2016. He brings 10 years of experience in commercial banking and credit to Axiom's new commercial office in Tampa, which opened March 1.


WGI announces that two new associates have joined its team in Tampa Bay. Richard Reace joins the firm's land design services division as a regional director in its Tampa office. Reace has over 23 years of experience with specific expertise in land planning, land entitlement, program management, marketing and office management. He is a registered landscape architect. Terri Becraft joins the firm's roadway division as a chief designer in its Tampa office. Becraft comes to WGI with over 30 years of experience with specific expertise in Florida Department of Transportation roadway design and plans production. WGI has eight offices throughout Florida and specializes in land development and municipal engineering, transportation engineering, surveying and mapping.


Mainsail Lodging & Development announces the promotion of Tom Haines to vice president of operations. For the past four years, Haines has served as general manager of the 137-room boutique Epicurean Hotel in the historic Hyde Park district of South Tampa. In his new role, Haines will oversee operations at all hotels in Mainsail Lodging's portfolio, as well as pre-openings for new hospitality projects. During his time as general manager of the Epicurean, Haines achieved excellence in guest service and enhanced staff engagement and development, and received a number of industry accolades, including the 2015 Mustang Award from Marriott International. Haines came to Mainsail from the Loews Hotels at Universal Orlando, where he worked for nine years. Mainsail Lodging & Development is a Tampa-based hospitality company that develops and operates lodging products in the Southeastern U.S. and the Caribbean.

Real Estate

ForeSite Residential Real Estate has added Cheryl Altman and Carol Hasbrouck to the team. Altman has been a real estate professional for the past 14 years. Hasbrouck has been in the real estate and financial field for over 31 years.