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Hydraulics Engineer Charles Curcio joins Neel-Schaffer

Charles Curcio, PE, CFM, has joined Neel-Schaffer, Inc., and will serve as a hydraulics and hydrology project engineer. Curcio, who has nearly 40 years of experience, will be based in the firm’s Ridgeland office, but he will provide services for Neel-Schaffer offices across the South. He has extensive experience as a project engineer on a wide variety of civil engineering ...

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Transportation Engineer Tommy Foster joins Neel-Schaffer in Texas

Tommy Foster, PE, has joined Neel-Schaffer, Inc., as a Transportation Engineer, and will work out of the firm’s Arlington, Texas, office. Foster has more than a dozen years of experience in transportation engineering and project management, including two years with the Texas Department of Transportation. He has been involved in all aspects of roadway design and construction management, including interstates, ...

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Roadway Engineer Randy Roberts joins Neel-Schaffer in South Carolina

Randy Roberts, PE, has joined Neel-Schaffer, Inc., and will lead the engineering firm’s South Carolina roadway design efforts, working out of the Columbia, S.C., office. Roberts has 15 years of experience providing design and project management services for state departments of transportation, and municipal, residential, commercial, and institutional clients throughout the Southeast. Roberts is a Registered Professional Engineer in South ...

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Sullivan to lead Neel-Schaffer’s Tennessee Operations

Richard Sullivan, PE, has joined Jackson-based Neel-Schaffer and will manage the company’s Tennessee operations from its Nashville office. Sullivan has 20 years of experience as a Transportation Engineer and Project Manager. He worked the last six years with The Corradino Group in Brentwood, Tenn., and prior to that he worked for the Tennessee Department of Transportation, where he filled a ...

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CE&I Engineer Charles Eleazer joins Neel-Schaffer in South Carolina

Charles Eleazer, PE, has joined the Neel-Schaffer, Inc., and will manage its Construction Engineering and Inspection work in South Carolina, working out of the Columbia office. Eleazer has nearly three decades of experience, including 27 with the South Carolina Department of Transportation. His responsibilities for Neel-Schaffer will be coordination of all CE&I work in South Carolina and surrounding areas. He ...

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Neel-Schaffer now 177th on Engineering News-Record’s list of Top 500 Design Firms

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., improved 10 spots to 177th on the nation’s list of the Top 500 Design firms for 2017, according to Engineering News-Record, which compiles the list. This marks the 23nd consecutive year Neel-Schaffer has been included in ENR’s Top 500. The Top 500 Design Firms list, published annually, is based on design-specific revenue earned over the past year. Neel-Schaffer ...

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Ehrman joins Neel-Schaffer

Brad Ehrman, PE, has joined the Neel-Schaffer firm as a Hydraulics Engineer and Senior Project Manager. Ehrman has nearly 15 years of engineering experience in project management, hydraulics/hydrology, and erosion control, regulations, policies, and design. He will provide services for clients across the region. That will include assisting the firm with its on-call special drainage studies contract with the Georgia ...

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Neel-Schaffer appoints VP

Vijay Kunada, PE, PTP, PTOE, has been named a Vice President at Neel-Schaffer. Kunada joined Neel-Schaffer in 2006 and has 15 years of experience. He works in the firm’s Lafayette (Louisiana) office, where he serves as the Engineer Manager, focusing on local and regional transportation plans, travel demand models, GIS projects, safety studies, traffic signal timing plans, corridor analysis, traffic ...

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Keeney joins Neel-Schaffer

Structural Engineer Matt Keeney, PE, has joined Neel-Schaffer in its Tuscaloosa, Ala., office. Keeney, who has 17 years of experience, will oversee all structural design for our industrial and private clients.  He has experience in the structural design of commercial facilities, ranging from manufacturing plants to power plants.

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Highlands group mum on status of development for Jackson

By JACK WEATHERLY Bo Lockard said last July he could see the future of Colonial Highlands spread out before him. Conversations with potential developers of the 152-acre former home of the Colonial Country Club as a $250 million village of upscale residences and retail shops had begun, he said. “We are working toward negotiating contracts by the end of the ...

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