Posts Tagged ‘recognition’

State gets ‘Silver Shovel’ for economic development efforts

by MBJ Staff Published: May 30,2013

Tags: award, economic development, job creation, magazine, media, publication, recognition, wealth creation

AROUND MISSISSIPPI — Area Development, a publication covering site selection and facility planning, has named its 2013 Gold & Silver Shovel Award winners. For the Silver Shovel Awards, the states are compared only to other states in their population tier. This year, California, Florida, and Pennsylvania are receiving Silver Shovels in the 10+ million population […] [...]

Company recognized for projects, including Kemper plant haul

by MBJ Staff Published: April 10,2013

Tags: award, coal, electricity, energy, honor, plant, recognition, rig, rigging, transport, transportation

COLUMBUS — Burkhalter received both Rigging Job of the Year and Hauling Job of the Year awards from the Specialized Carriers and Rigging Association (SCRA) at its annual awards dinner in Scottsdale, Ariz. Rigging Job of the Year was awarded for Burkhalter’s precision rigging, positioning and setting of the new Galveston Causeway Railroad Bridge and […] [...]

Banks honored for regional small business lending

GULFPORT — Hancock Bank and Whitney Bank have received a combined eight national and regional Greenwich Excellence Awards in Small Business and Middle Market Banking for 2012. According to a news release, the two Gulf South financial institutions were among the top six percent of eligible organizations to earn the coveted Greenwich Associates recognition, which […] [...]

City wants to name bridge for late state lawmaker

HOUSTON — The city of Houston has asked the Legislature to name a local bridge for the late state Rep. Billy Bowles. Bowles served 20 years in the Mississippi House. Bowles died in 2012 at the age of 78. The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports aldermen are asking that the Mississippi Highway 15 overpass over […] [...]

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