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Waggoner engineering team continues to grow

Waggoner Engineering, Inc., has added Billy James, Hailey Broussard and Brian Granger to its team.

James joins Waggoner as a senior discipline manager. James has more than 30 years experience managing projects for the Mississippi Department of Transportation, as well as seven years experience in consulting. At Waggoner, he works to provide quality assurance and control on projects. James earned a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering from Mississippi State University.

Broussard works as a project manager for Waggoner, where she oversees the Union- Lincoln Regional Water Supply Initiative. Previously, Broussard was a client liaison to municipalities during the design and bidding phase for roadway and site development projects. Now she manages client relationships for Waggoner while communicating with environment, surveying and design teams. Broussard graduated from Louisiana Tech University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

Granger is a senior discipline manager for Waggoner. He oversees the design, operation and maintenance of water and wastewater facilities. He is a board certified environmental engineer and holds the title of Professional Engineer in several states including Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and Florida. Granger graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering.

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