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ACEC/MS, installs new 2018-2019 officers

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Mississippi (ACEC/MS) has installed their new officers for 2018-2019. Their new president, Allen Scott, is with Engineering Service in Rich-land. He is a 1979 graduate of Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering and later obtained a Master of Science Degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering, also from ...

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Machado Patano’s Hemenway passes architect exam

Vanessa Hemenway Vanessa J. Hemenway of M|P Design Group passed the final Architect Registration Examination. Hemenway received her BArch Architecture from Mississippi State University in 2013, and joined M|P Design Group in 2013. Since being employed at Machado | Patano, Hemenway has worked in several sectors from Education, Medical, Municipal, Federal, Commercial Retail & Industrial Facilities. Some of the notable ...

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Hibbett Neel earns highest honor from Institute of Transportation Engineers

Neel-Schaffer co-founder and President W. Hibbett Neel, PE, was honored by the Institute of Transportation Engineers when he was named an Honorary Member of the international organization. Selected for honorary membership late last year, Neel was officially honored on August 21 of this year during ITE’s annual International Meeting in Minneapolis. Honorary Membership is the highest recognition of notable and ...

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Ed Everitt joins Neel-Schaffer as general counsel

Ed Everitt Neel-Schaffer, Inc., recently announced that Jackson native Ed Everitt has joined the firm as General Counsel. Everitt has practiced law for 12 years, the last seven as in-house Counsel for one of the nation’s largest construction and engineering firms. Before going in-house, Everitt practiced construction litigation for one of the pre-eminent law firms in the Southeast. Everitt has ...

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Clements joins Neel-Schaffer as a senior engineer

Wade Clements Neel-Schaffer, Inc., recently announced that Wade Clements, PE, has joined the firm as a Senior Engineer in the company’s East Region. Clements joins Neel-Schaffer with 25-plus years of experience in highway construction and maintenance with the Kentucky Transportation Cabinet. Clements will provide project management and business development services throughout Neel-Schaffer’s Eastern Region footprint. A registered Professional Engineer in ...

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Charles H. Dean Jr. Annual Memorial Scholarship awarded

Dean and Dean/Associates recently awarded the Charles H. Dean Jr. Annual Memorial Scholarship to Tony D. Coleman Jr. of Gulfport. The scholarship recognizes any full-time students at Mississippi State University in their third through fifth year of design studio in the School of Architecture. Applicants must be residents of Mississippi and can demonstrate financial need. Coleman is in his fourth ...

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Dale Partners names new managing partner

Leigh Jaunsen Dale Partners Architects has named Leigh Jaunsen, AIA, Managing Partner. “Leigh has been a valuable member of our team and going forward she will oversee our firm operations,” announced Doug Dale, AIA, President, Dale Partners, “as well as continue working with clients and providing design services. Jaunsen joined Dale Partners in 2004 and was promoted to manager of ...

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Architectural firm announces licensure

Will Commarato Dale Partners Architects P.A. recently announced that second-generation architect, Will Commarato, AIA, recently passed his architectural registration exams and became a Mississippi-licensed architect. Commarato began his career at Dale as a summer intern before completing his fifth year of Architecture School at Mississippi State University. Following graduation in 2015, Commarato accepted a full-time position at Dale Partners. While ...

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Vinson named to lead SoilTech Consultants

James Vinson, PE, has joined SoilTech Consultants and will manage the firm’s overall operations. James Vinson Vinson has more than 20 years of geotechnical engineering experience, the last 17 with consulting firm CDM Smith in that firm’s Knoxville, Tenn., office. Vinson will lead the geotechnical engineering and testing discipline for the 20-person firm that is based in Ridgeland and operates ...

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