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WILSON CROCKETT: Making the most of your summer internship

As you progress through your college career, the thought of finding a full-time job becomes more and more daunting. In the engineering field, more specifically the civil engineering field, there are many routes one can take upon graduation. For me, this provided quite a bit of uncertainty with regard to how I wanted to spend my career. I found that ...

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Mark Barry interns at Waggoner

Mark Barry, EI, is a new engineering intern in the Transportation Department at Waggoner Engineering of  Jackson. Barry will be responsible for assisting with roadway design as well as traffic signalization. Barry most recently served with the Mississippi Department of Transportation, where he analyzed data and road alignment for bridge design. He holds a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from ...

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Waggoner hires Hunter Hyche

Hunter Hyche, PE, has joined Waggoner Engineering of Jackson as a project manager in the firm’s New Orleans office. Hyche will handle civil engineering, municipal infrastructure design, construction, stormwater management and other areas of technical assistance. Hyche has more than 10 years of experience with governmental agencies at program and project management levels and most recently served as a staff ...

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Sarah Smith McEwen earns CFM designation

Waggoner Engineering’s Sarah Smith McEwen, EI, has earned her certified floodplain manager (CFM) certification, a national program provided by the Association of State Floodplains Managers (ASFPM). McEwen began at Waggoner Engineering in 2013 upon completing her BSCE from Mississippi State University, and has worked on projects such as the phase A bridge hydraulic recommendations and analyses as well as independent ...

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Waggoner's Dustin Pittman elected president of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Mississippi section

Dustin Pittman, PE, of Waggoner Engineering has been elected president of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Mississippi section. Pittman has been very active in both the Jackson branch and state sections of ASCE. He has served as young member chair and president-elect of the Mississippi section, and young member chair, treasurer, vice president and president of the Jackson branch. ...

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Waggoner’s Dustin Pittman elected president of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Mississippi section

Dustin Pittman, PE, of Waggoner Engineering has been elected president of the American Society of Civil Engineers, Mississippi section. Pittman has been very active in both the Jackson branch and state sections of ASCE. He has served as young member chair and president-elect of the Mississippi section, and young member chair, treasurer, vice president and president of the Jackson branch. ...

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Former football star looks to score with new public relations office

Todd Smith is returning home – at least in a business sense. Smith, a former star football player (and sometimes mascot) at Jackson Academy and now president and chief communication officer of Deane, Smith and Partners, says the Jackson area is home for the new office of his Nashville-based public relations, marketing, advertising and branding agency. “I’m very excited about ...

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Collins Simpson, Will Pentecost earn engineering certifications

    Collins Simpson and Will Pentecost of Waggoner Engineering have become licensed professional engineers in the state of Mississippi. Simpson joined Waggoner in 2011 as an engineering intern and has worked on several projects with the firm thus far, including Starlanding Road, multiple state aid projects and the Short Fork Wastewater Treatment facility site design for the DeSoto County ...

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