Cook Coggin, a civil engineering and consulting firm has promoted Matthew Estes and John Mark Weeden to the position of Principal.
Estes, PE, has been employed with CCE since 2004 and has been involved with numerous projects over the past 12 years. Located in CCE’s Regional Corinth Office, Estes’ work experience includes project management, planning design and construction oversight for municipal water, wastewater, gas, roadway and drainage projects. Estes, a 2006 Civil Engineering graduate of Mississippi State University, is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Mississippi and Tennessee, a Certified Floodplain Manager in the State of Mississippi, and has certification in the National Highway Institute Program for the Safety Inspection of In-service Bridges. A native of Jumpertown,
Matthew and his wife Janae live in Booneville.
Weeden, PE, has been employed with CCE since 2007 and has been involved with numerous projects over the past 9 years. Located in CCE’s Corporate Tupelo Office, Weeden’s experience includes conceptual planning, field layout, project management, design and construction oversight for water systems, sanitary sewer systems and utility relocations throughout North Mississippi. Mark, a 1993 Civil Engineering Graduate of the University of
Mississippi, is a Registered Professional Engineer in the State of Mississippi. A native of Ingomar, Mark and his wife, Carla live in Tupelo. They have two sons, Luke, who is a student at MSU and Ross, a junior at Tupelo High School.
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