Posts Tagged ‘design’

Huntington Ingalls showcasing new frigate design at exposition

by Published: February 2,2012

Tags: defense, design, exposition, military, shipbuilders, shipbuilding, ships

PASCAGOULA — Huntington Ingalls Industries is putting its new patrol frigate design on display this week at the Pacific 2012 International Maritime and Naval Exposition in Sydney, Australia. The frigates would be built in Pascagoula. They are based on the company’s cutter being built for the Coast Guard. Huntington Ingalls officials say in a statement […] [...]

Parsons designing new SR 9 connector to Toyota

by Published: June 13,2011

Tags: bridges, construction, design, highways, road building, roads, streets

PONTOTOC COUNTY— The Mississippi Department of Transportation has selected the Pasadena, Calif.-based construction firm Parsons as the lead designer for the $90-million design-build of a new alignment of SR 9 in Pontotoc County. Parsons will be a part of a team led by Eutaw Construction. Working with an accelerated project delivery method, Parsons will be […] [...]

Keeping Our Eye On: Ronny Chane

Age: 39 Hometown: Jackson Education: Bachelors in marketing, minor in advertising Current Position: Designer CEO of Swell Mix Inc. Though a college graduate, Ronny Chane, referred to as “Chane,” believes that his career experience was mostly gained from trying to make his living in New  York City.  He claims that surviving the “Big Apple” and […] [...]

Anderson passes NCIDQ examinations

Lindsey Anderson, ASID, LEED AP, of Dale and Associates Architects, P.A., has passed her examinations with the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ) and is now a certified interior designer.  The NCIDQ was developed to protect the health, life safety and welfare of the public by establishing standards in the practice of interior design […] [...]

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