SIMPLY the BEST
The American Council of Engineering Companies of Mississippi recently presented its 2015 Engineering Excellence Awards to seven Mississippi firms. The annual awards gala was held at the Old Capitol Inn in downtown Jackson. Photographs courtesy of ACEC/MS
Grand Conceptor Award
Smith Seckman Reid won the Grand Conceptor Award for the Methodist Olive Branch Hospital. Pictured left to right: Richard Kelly, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare; David Rosenbaum, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare; Tiffany Heard, Smith Seckman Reid; David Baytos, CEO, Methodist Olive Branch Hospital; Mike Burton, Smith Seckman Reid; and David Bowman, ACEC/MS president-elect.
People’s Choice Award
Burns Cooley Dennis and Jordan, Kaiser and Sessions won a Grand Award and the People’s Choice Award for the Magnolia Bluffs Casino n Natchez. Pictured, from left: Eddie Templeton, Burns Cooley Dennis; Hayden Kaiser III, Jordan, Kaiser & Sessions, Kevin Preston, President, Premier Gaming Group, and David Bowman, ACEC/MS president-elect.
FTM Associates won a Grand Award for Dam Hazard Classification Assistance for the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. Pictured, from left: Rand Reed, FTN Associates; Drew Moffitt, FTN Associates; Mar Johnson, FTN Associates; Dusty Meyers, Chief, Dam Safety Division, Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality, and David Bowman, ACEC/MS president-elect.
Neel-Schaffer, Inc. won an Honor Award for Old Taylor Road Bridge Widening & Roundabouts in Oxford. Pictured, from left: Keith Purvis, Neel-Schaffer; Keith Carr, Neel-Schaffer; Cindy Rich, Neel-Schaffer; Mark McConnell, Mississippi Department of Transportation and David Bowman, ACEC/MS president-elect.
Calvert-Spradling Engineers, Inc. won an Honor Award for the West Point Wastewater Treatment Plant. Pictured from left: Matt Forrester, Calvert-Spradling Engineers; Stanley Spradling, Calvert-Spradling Engineers; West Point Mayor Robbie Robinson and David Bowman, ACEC/MS president-elect.
SOL Engineering Services won an Honor Award for the Presidential Hills Wastewater Treatment Plant Upgrade in Jackson. Pictured from left: Dan Thomas, City of Jackson Department of Public Works, Scott Armstrong, SOL Engineering Services; Cynthia Hill, William Miley, Mary Carter, Terry Williamson, City of Jackson Department of Public Works, Willie O’Neal, SOL Engineering Services and David Bowman, ACEC/MS president-elect.
Smith Seckman Reid won an Honor Award for the Hernando Lagoon Reclamation. Pictured, from left: Tiffany Heard, Smith Seckman Reid, Inc.; Hernando Mayor Chip Johnson and David Bowman, ACEC/MS President-Elect.
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