Posts Tagged ‘construction’

First phase of Coast highway project almost completed

JACKSON COUNTY — Work is nearing completion on the first phase of a comprehensive highway reconstruction project beginning at the U.S. Highway 90 interchange of Highway 63 and Highway 611 in Jackson County. The $21-million phase one project was awarded to Tanner Construction Company and included construction of a new interchange for the intersection. Mallette […] [...]

Double roundabout project to get underway next week

OXFORD — The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is set to begin a double roundabout project at Old Taylor Road in Oxford. The project will construct a double roundabout at the Old Taylor Road and Highway 6 intersection. There will be one roundabout on either side of the Old Taylor Road Bridge over Highway 6. […] [...]

Crews begin work on I-55 reconstruction project

MADISON — Part of an Interstate 55 reconstruction project is underway in Central Mississippi. The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT), in cooperation with the city of Madison, has temporarily closed the south end of Grandview Boulevard at the Madison Avenue intersection to align it with Cotton Hill Road. Work began this weekend and is expected […] [...]

ABC: Prices for construction materials show volatility

WASHINGTON — Construction materials prices expanded 0.6 percent in January and are up 1.5 percent year over year, according to the Feb. 19 producer price index released by the Department of Labor. More specifically, nonresidential construction materials prices are up 0.5 percent for the month and are 1 percent higher than the same time one […] [...]

School of Construction at USM adjusts to fit the needs of the business

by Lynn Lofton Published: February 17,2014

Tags: Business, construction, Mississippi

The School of Construction at the University of Southern Mississippi in Hattiesburg was formed in 2004 and is filling needs of the construction industry. In the beginning, the school included the departments of architecture, construction and industrial technology. Interior design was added in 2009. Approximately 160 universities across the country have this type of construction […] [...]

Spreading the word about … Asphalt

by Lisa Monti Published: February 17,2014

Tags: Business, construction, Mississippi, roads

The Mississippi Asphalt Pavement Association was established in 1966 and its primary membership consists of 16 asphalt contractors and 60 associate members. Executive director Tone Garrett has headed the association for 28 years. “Our mission is to represent the industry and to develop and promote our product,” he said. “I like to spread the word […] [...]

PriorityOne to build branches in Collins, Ridgeland

MAGEE — PriorityOne Bank has unveiled plans for expansion in 2014. In 2009, a lot was purchased at the intersection of Highway 98 and Highway 589 in Hattiesburg with the intention of constructing a branch on this site at some time in the future. In addition, property was also purchased in 2013 on the Highway […] [...]

MBJ February 14th Digital Edition

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Caterpillar to hold shareholders meeting in Mississippi

CORINTH — Officials and stockholders of the world’s leading manufacturer of construction and mining equipment, diesel and natural gas engines, industrial gas turbines and diesel-electric locomotives will be heading to Mississippi this summer. Peoria, Ill.-based Caterpillar Inc. will conduct its 2014 annual meeting of stockholders June 11 beginning at 8 a.m. in Corinth. The proxy […] [...]

Insurer signs up for services through C Spire’s new data center

RIDGELAND — With its new, state-of-the-art $20 million data center only 10 months from opening, C Spire has signed an agreement to provide Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company with data center services to support its enhanced business continuity program. Charles Allen, vice president and CTO of Jackson-based Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Company said […] [...]

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