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Neel-Schaffer names 9 new officers

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced promotions for nine leaders in the company. Chris Sellers was named Senior Vice President. He joined Neel-Schaffer in 1999 and now oversees the firm’s operations in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. Based in the firm’s Birmingham (AL) office, he markets Neel-Schaffer services across the Southeast. Named Vice Presidents were: » Greg Dotson, PE, joined Neel-Schaffer in ...

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Brad McKnight and Tony Oberhausen join Terracon

Terracon Consultants, Inc., recently added two project managers to its Ridgeland office. Brad McKnight has joined Terracon’s environmental staff as an industrial hygienist, and Tony Oberhausen has transferred from Terracon’s Louisville, Ky., office as a senior project manager for materials testing services. McKnight is a Certified Environmental Scientist with more than 26 years of consulting experience. He serves clients from ...

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Evelyn Bravata joins Dale Partners

Evelyn Bravata has joined Dale Partners Architects P.A. Bravata joins the firm with over nine years of experience. She will work out of out of the firm’s Biloxi office. Bravata received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Michigan, and her Master of Architecture from the University of Colorado. Her portfolio includes educational, corporate, and residential experience ...

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J. Mark Smith Appointed President and CEO of Roy Anderson Corp.

Tutor Perini Corporation, a civil, building and specialty construction company, recently announced that J. Mark Smith has joined and been appointed as President and Chief Executive Officer of Roy Anderson Corp., the Company’s Gulf Coast building subsidiary. Smith succeeds Roy Anderson III, who earlier this year provided notice that he would be retiring from RAC. Smith was previously a Senior ...

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Pickering announces new employees

Pickering Firm, Inc. recently added Lance Fairchilds and Lauren Liddon to its Natural Resources team in Flowood. Fairchilds has a BS in Interdisciplinary Studies from Mississippi State University. Liddon has an MS in Biological Science and a BS in Marine Biology from the University of Southern Mississippi. The engineering firm is headquartered in Memphis, with offices in Hernando, Flowood, Jackson, ...

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Eley Guild Hardy adds two principals

Eley Guild Hardy Architects in Biloxi recently added two new principals with the promotion of Kyle Kish and the return of Jennifer Seymour. Kyle, a native of Indialantic, Fla., originally joined Eley Guild Hardy as a Co-op Student in 1999 and returned after graduating with his Bachelors of Architecture from Mississippi State University in 2002. In the late 2000’s, he ...

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Carl Small Town Center at MSU receives public outreach, design honors for ‘Marking the Mule’ project

Mississippi State’s Carl Small Town Center is receiving two statewide awards for its “Marking the Mule” project focused on advancing citizen engagement in the Marks community. CSTC Director Leah F. Kemp recently accepted a 2017 Public Outreach Award from the Mississippi Chapter of the American Planning Association. The award recognizes an individual or program that uses information and education to ...

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Beard + Riser Architects wins AIA Mississippi Awards

Beard + Riser Architects of Greenwood and Oxford recently won three design awards from the American Institute of Architects Mississippi Chapter. Rail Spike Park Pavilion received the highest commendation, an AIA Honor Award, as well as the Sambo Mockbee Membership Award. The pavilion was one component of a two mile rails-to-trails conversion utilizing an MDOT grant. The City of Greenwood ...

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