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Waggoner staff realigned

Waggoner Engineering recently shifted from a project-based organizational structure to one that will associate its employees with specific roles based on geographic markets to allow for a more intense focus on serving the client. CEO Joe Waggoner will now oversee business development efforts and the overall management of the company. Emad Al Turk, who has re-joined Waggoner as President, will ...

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At 40, Waggoner Engineering still focused

By NASH NUNNERY  Joe Waggoner says he can’t remember exact details of how he founded Waggoner Engineering. But he certainly knows why. “I’m a third generation engineer – my father and grandfather were engineers,” he said. “You might say I grew up thinking like an engineer and in an environment conducive to engineering.” Forty years ago, Waggoner and his wife, Allison, ...

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Waggoner hires Eifert

Carl Eifert has joined Waggoner Engineering as a new engineering intern in the firm’s civil / structural / aviation division. Eifert will assist the department in the execution of various projects including roadway rehabilitations, site developments, airport improvements, storm water management facilities, and various other infrastructure projects. He will be responsible for planning, designing, drafting, and assisting with project management ...

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Ziegler joins Waggoner

Jennifer Sloan Ziegler has joined Waggoner Engineering as an engineering intern in the firm’s water resources and coastal programs department. Ziegler will lend her water resources and coastal restoration research experience in the Gulf of Mexico region, combined with her environmental and public policy expertise, to serve Waggoner’s state and local agency clients on environment and infrastructure programs and projects. ...

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Waggoner adds engineer

Waggoner Engineering has added Holly Montgomery as a graduate engineer in the firm’s water resources and coastal programs department. Montgomery will focus primarily on hydraulic studies for bridge replacement projects and other drainage-related projects and studies. Montgomery previously served as a hydraulics engineer for the Mississippi Department of Transportation. She received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Mississippi State ...

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Waggoner promotes 2

Waggoner Engineering has promoted David Williams to director of the engineering firm’s transportation division and William F. (Billy) Waits to director of its Gulf Coast regional office. Williams, a professional engineer, was most recently a project manager for Waggoner’s transportation division. In his new role, Williams will oversee the business operations of the transportation division at Waggoner. Williams joined Waggoner ...

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From Zambia to Jackson: Local engineer brings service project skills to Waggoner Engineering

For dozens of families in Simwatachela, Zambia, the road to clean, life-sustaining water goes through Starkville, Miss. Thanks to Waggoner Engineering’s Katie Bryant, who as a student at Mississippi State University, participated in a trip to the impoverished country through Engineers Without Borders to deliver clean water to the remote African village. Bryant couldn’t predict a gratifying service experience in ...

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Katie Bryant joins Waggoner

has joined Waggoner Engineering as a new graduate engineer in the firm’s water resources department. Bryant will focus primarily on FEMA flood mapping projects, hydraulic studies for bridge replacement projects and other drainage-related projects and studies. A Jackson-area native, Bryant graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Mississippi State University last May. While a student, she served as ...

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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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