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Owen recognized by national architecture group

Jenny Owen, former Executive Director of the Mississippi State Board of Architecture, is the 2018 recipient of the Council of Landscape Architectural Registration Boards’ (CLARB) Presidential Recognition Award for leadership shown within the Member Board Executive (MBE) community to advance the mission of the organization. While serving as Executive Director for the Mississippi State Board of Architecture, which also regulates ...

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Dale Partners forges ahead amid tragedy, recession

Architecture firms have taken a hit with the building decline that followed the recent recession. One way some architectural firms have responded is with mergers and acquisitions that create economies of scale and bring in specialties that are in demand. One such merger was between Barranco Architecture and Dale and Associates Architects, P.A. in January 2011. The founder of Barranco ...

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Architects named to board

Gov. Haley Barbour has appointed two members to the Mississippi State Board of Architecture, David J. Hardy of Gulfport, and Michael Boerner of Jackson. Hardy, AIA, was appointed for a term to expire May 31, 2016. A Mississippi Gulf Coast native, Hardy is the COO for Eley Guild Hardy Architects. Hardy received his architecture degree from Mississippi State University in ...

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Q&A: Jenny Wilkinson, executive director of the Mississippi State Board of Architecture

Building Mississippi Architecture board charged with protecting all Mississippians The Mississippi State Board of Architecture was enacted during the 1930 legislative session. It is charged with safeguard life, health and property of the public. The mission of the agency is to provide a complete and thorough registration process for architects, along with setting standards for professional conduct. As the executive ...

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