Waggoner Engineering recently shifted from a project-based organizational structure to one that will associate its employees with specific roles based on geographic markets to allow for a more intense focus on serving the client.
CEO Joe Waggoner will now oversee business development efforts and the overall management of the company.
Emad Al Turk, who has re-joined Waggoner as President, will help ensure daily operations are successfully managed and the client-centric approach is accomplished.
Al Turk previously served as Waggoner’s COO for 15 years.
Three additional Waggoner team members will serve in a different capacity to manage all business activity across designated regions of the Mid-South states. Hunter Arnold, who was formerly responsible for water resources and coastal programs for Waggoner, will serve as vice president of the Central region of the company’s current territory, covering Ruston, La., to Jackson and Alabama.
Tracy Huffman, who oversees Waggoner’s operations in Memphis and Hernando, will continue to serve this area as vice president of the Mid-South region.
Anthony Brister will be responsible for the region spanning from New Orleans to Gulfport and Alabama as vice president of the Southern region.
Waggoner Engineering, founded in 1976, is a civil engineering firm based in Jackson.