Posts Tagged ‘architect’

RAC chooses HV Nagendra

Architect HV Nagendra has joined Roy Anderson Corp as its director of healthcare. Nagendra is a graduate of Washington University where he earned his degree in architecture and urban design. He is currently a member of the American Institute of Architect (AIA), the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards (NCARB) and AIA’s Academy of Architecture […] [...]

Community Bank breaks ground for new Spillway Road office

BRANDON — Community Bank has broken ground for its newest construction project. The site of new full-service bank office is located at 1871 Spillway Road, next door to the Fresh Market Café. Projected completion date is scheduled for summer of 2015. Fountain Construction Inc. based in Jackson, serves as general contractor for the project, and […] [...]

William Carey breaks ground for new men’s dormitory

HATTIESBURG — William Carey University has broken ground for a new men’s residence hall. The new building will adjoin Davis Hall, a women’s residence hall completed in 2013, and will be behind Braswell Hall on the south end of the Hattiesburg campus. It will be directly across from the Fail Softball Field. The three-story building […] [...]

Index: Architectural firms seeing more work, bigger backlog

WASHINGTON — Business conditions continue to improve at architecture firms, as billings ticked upward again in September, according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The AIA’s Architecture Billings Index (ABI) score rose to 55.2 for the month, one of the highest post-recession readings thus far (any score over 50 indicates growth). In addition, the […] [...]

Firm starts work on expansion, renovation of orthopaedic clinic

COLUMBUS — Brasfield & Gorrie has begun an expansion and renovation project at Columbus Orthopaedic Clinic in Columbus. This design-build project includes an 8,000-square-foot addition to the existing facility, which was originally built by Birmingham, Alabama-based Brasfield & Gorrie in 2007. The expansion will add new exam rooms, a fitness center and a HydroWorx therapeutic […] [...]

Biloxi council approves $29M contract for baseball stadium construction

BILOXI — The city of Biloxi has entered into a $29-million contract to build a no-frills minor league baseball stadium. Yesterday, the city council voted to give the contract to W.G. Yates & Sons. Stadium architect Leigh Jaunsen said Yates should be ready to start in a week. Bids for construction initially came in some […] [...]

Construction could start on minor league baseball stadium in July

BILOXI — Architects have told the Biloxi City Council site work for the city’s minor league baseball stadium will be done and a general contractor could start building July 21. “That’s making it work quickly, to get it July 21. So, if we have an awardable bid by July 9, we should be able to […] [...]

Supervisors hire team for addition to Ingalls’ training complex

PASCAGOULA — Jackson County supervisors have hired an engineer, an architect and a grant administrator to design and handle a $1.3-million addition to the new Haley Reeves Barbour Maritime Training facility at Ingalls shipyard. The Sun Herald reports the addition has been ordered before the Barbour building was put into use. It is called the […] [...]

City launches online building permit, inspection report service

HERNANDO — The Office of Planning has launched a system for online filing of buildings permit applications and review of inspection reports in Hernando through MyPermitNow. City planning director Jared Darby tells The Commercial Appeal the software also will allow builders, contractors, design professionals and residents to schedule inspections online, get inspection notices through email […] [...]

Supervisors reject architect’s bill for new jail design work

PASCAGOULA — The Jackson County Board of Supervisors has denied a claim by the jail architects they fired last week. Both the board attorney and the president of the board said yesterday the company, The Goldberg Group, billed the county for services that hadn’t been completed. The Sun Herald reports instead of paying a $68,000 […] [...]

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