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Pictured are, from left: District 5 Engineer David Foster; District 5 Assistant Engineer Freddy Stokes; Former District 5 Resident Engineer Albert Sadd; Ratliff and his wife, Kimberly Ratliff; Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall; MDOT Executive Director Melinda McGrath; and, Southern District Transportation Commissioner Tom King.

Government engineer of the year

Ben Ratliff of the Mississippi Department of Transportation’s Whitfield Project Office has been recognized as the Mississippi Engineering Society’s “Government Engineer of the Year.” The award is judged on the following criteria: education, professional/technical society activities, civic and humanitarian activities and primarily on professional achievements.  Ratliff received the award at MES’ Annual Awards Banquet. Ratliff has been with MDOT for 19 years and a member of MES for 11 years.

Courtesy of MDOT

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