Waggoner Engineering, Inc., a full-service economic development, program management and engineering firm, recently added four new employees to its team; Eric Jefferson, Zoffee Dahmash, Thomas Mayfield and Karen Sites.
Jefferson is a senior planner, responsible for the preparation of feasibility studies, creating transportation plans, environmental reviews and assessment reports. He is a member of the American Planning Association and the Mississippi Engineering Society. Jefferson graduated from Mississippi State University with a B.S. in Engineering and also is an adjunct instructor of Urban Studies at Jackson State University.
Dahmash is a discipline manager and senior project manager and brings more than 30 years of combined public and private sector experience, including time at the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. At Waggoner, Dahmash focuses on client account management, watershed planning, restoration and stormwater management. Dahmash graduated from the University of Mississippi with a B.S. in Civil Engineering and a M.S. in Environmental Engineering. He is a member of the American Society of Civil Engineers as well as the American Academy of Environmental Engineers.
Mayfield is a designer, which involves designing roadways as well as rural and urban construction and rehabilitation projects. Mayfield has more than 30 years of design experience working for the Mississippi Department of Transportation. He was previously a member of the National Institute of Certification in Engineering Technologies. Mayfield received his B.S. in Technical Education from Alcorn State University.
Karen Sites is senior discipline manager. Prior to joining Waggoner, Sites served as President for Mississippi Engineering and Development, LLC. In this position, she gained extensive knowledge on roadway design, utility infrastructure improvements, storm water management, and construction engineering and management. Presently, Sites puts her former management experience and surveying background to use for Waggoner. Sites has been a certified professional in erosion and sediment control since 2007. She graduated cum laude from Ohio University with a B.S. in Civil Engineering.
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