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Historic Catholic building in Mississippi to be closed, sold

CHATAWA — A historic Mississippi retirement home for nuns is closing and is being sold. The Enterprise-Journal reports Sister Debra Sciano said in a news release St. Mary of the Pines retirement home in Chatawa would soon be sold and many of the 40 residents relocated to St. Anthony’s Gardens in a nearby Louisiana parish. The downsizing comes as fewer ...

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WBA Architecture welcomes Lewis and Gartman

The partners of Wier Boerner Allin Architecture announces the addition of Matthew Lewis as project coordinator and Jake Gartman as project coordinator. Lewis, a Flowood native, graduated from Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture in May. During his tenure at MSU, Lewis interned at JH&H Architects in Flowood. He also served as co-gallery coordinator for Giles Hall, where he designed ...

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Canizaro announces newest team member

Canizaro Cawthon Davis announces newest team member, Tyler Scott, who will be an Architectural Intern. He is a 2019 graduate of Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture. Tyler received the 2019 Undergraduate Research Award from the Office of Research and Economic Development for his work researching Mass Timber applications to the construction of temporary housing. Tyler is a Pearl, MS, ...

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Waggoner Engineering hires Monsour

Waggoner Engineering, Inc., announced the hiring of Michael Monsour as a Senior Project Manager in its Gulfport office. A native of Vicksburg, Monsour joins Waggoner with over 28 years of experience in railway operations that have included a variety of roles and responsibilities including employee safety, project management, and passenger and freight operations. Before joining Waggoner, Monsour was a General ...

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Saindon joins Neel-Schaffer

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., announced that Ken Saindon, PE, SE, has joined the firm in the newly created position of Senior Bridge Discipline Practice Leader. Saindon has nearly 25 years of consulting engineering experience and has worked on dozens of large projects across the country, from a $2 billion rail transit project at the Honolulu Airport to an 8.7- mile, $1 billion ...

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JBHM Architecture elevates Ryan Florreich to Principal

JBHM Architecture has elevated Ryan Florreich, AIA, NCARB, to principal in recognition of his outstanding performance across a wide range of sectors, most notably education, civic and healthcare. A 13-year veteran of the architecture and design industry, Florreich joined the firm in 2006 soon after graduating from Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture. Florreich has extensive experience in designing K-12 ...

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Dilley joins Neel-Schaffer

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced that Jessica Dilley, PE, has joined the firm and will serve as a Transportation Engineer based in the company’s Jackson office. Dilley has more than eight years of experience and joins Neel-Schaffer from the Mississippi Department of Transportation, where in her most recent role as an Assistant State Planning Engineer her responsibilities included identifying transportation planning ...

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Canizaro Cawthon Davis adds new principal

Canizaro Cawthon Davis has announced the promotion of Jared Pierce, AIA to Principal. Pierce is a proven leader and enjoys working closely with his clients to achieve success. He has been an integral part of CCD’s team for twenty years and became an Associate in 2012. Pierce has designed and managed a wide variety of project types that include healthcare, ...

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Vicksburg District announces annual Engineer’s Day awards

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) Vicksburg District hosted its annual Engineer’s Day awards ceremony, honoring employees with individual awards: Colby Bankston, Real Estate Division, received the Employee of the Year Award for his accomplishments and excellence in contributing to the district’s mission, his demonstration of Army and USACE values and his leadership and mentorship. William Shows, Engineering and ...

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Greg Russell joins Neel-Schaffer

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced that Greg Russell, PE, PS, has joined the firm and will serve as a Senior Project Manager based in the company’s DeSoto County office. Russell has nearly 30 years of experience as a Surveyor, Project Engineer, and Project Manager, working on a wide variety of projects across the Southeast, from Mississippi to Georgia. Russell is returning ...

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