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Opportunity Zone credits touted as benefit from purchasing five historic downtown Hattiesburg properties

By BECKY GILLETTE In what is being described as a “once-in-a-lifetime opportunity,” five historic downtown Hattiesburg properties owned by CR Properties were available with a call for offers on the buildings being accepted until Dec. 5. The advantage of having so many buildings for sale at once allows buyers a rare opportunity to purchase the historic office and multifamily assets ...

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UM Engineering Professor Lance Yarbrough assists in Delaware Aqueduct Bypass Project

For five weeks straight, Lance Yarbrough spent most of his days at the end of a tunnel 600 feet below the Hudson River. The assistant professor of geology and geological engineering at the University of Mississippi was watching “Nora” – a 470-foot-long, 2.7-million-pound tunnel boring machine – mine through rock 900 feet beneath the Earth’s surface as part of the ...

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Canizaro Cawthon Davis’ Dunaway receives high honor

John Dunaway, FCSI, CCS, CDT, AIA, project architect and chief specifications writer at Canizaro Cawthon Davis Architects in Jackson, was elevated to Fellowship in the Construction Specifications Institute recently in a special award ceremony in National Harbor, Maryland. CSI is a national association dedicated to improving construction information. Fellowship is one of the top honors given by CSI nationally, with ...

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Todd Nichols joins Dale Partners Architects

Dale Partners Architects P.A. has announced that Todd Nichols, with over 20 years of design experience, has joined the Dale Partners team. He will serve as a project manager in the firm’s Biloxi office. Todd graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Architecture after receiving a Bachelor of Fine Arts from Delta State University. His experience includes design, ...

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Doug Huneycutt joins Neel-Schaffer

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced that Doug Huneycutt, PE, has joined the firm and will serve as the Transportation Services Manager for Neel-Schaffer’s Texas operations. Huneycutt will be responsible for regional and corporate business development and the implementation of transportation projects throughout the state of Texas, supported by Neel- Schaffer’s offices in Houston, Arlington and Fort Worth and corporate-wide. Huneycutt has ...

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Grothe joins Martinson’s Garden Works

Gabe Grothe joined Martinson’s Garden Works Landscape Design/Build division. He received his Landscape Contracting and Management degree from Mississippi State University in 2014. After completing his education he returned to his home town of Madison to work for Carrolls Landscape Services. He assisted with project management and installation for the past 5 years. Grothe lives in Madison with his wife, ...

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Historic preservation of buildings provides numerous economic benefits

By BECKY GILLETTE The components of a city are as multifaceted as the elements of a successful business. “One undeniable factor for attracting visitors, new residents, and high-quality professionals to any town is character,” said Belinda Stewart, FAIA, principal, Belinda Stewart Architects, PA, Eupora. “With all the choices available in this highly connected world, Mississippi’s got character covered, if we ...

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3-D printers can work while you sleep

By BECKY GILLETTE For a long time, there seemed to be more hype around 3-D printers than there were practical applications. But now exciting things are being done by 3-D printers in Mississippi, including plans by Relativity Space at the Stennis Space Center to build an autonomous rocket factory. Duane McLemore, an assistant professor at the Mississippi State University College ...

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ASSET Engineering welcomes Greg D. King

ASSET Engineering, a firm specializing in power systems design and analysis, has announced that Greg D. King, PE, has joined our team as a Senior Project Engineer. King graduated from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. Greg is eager to work alongside his new colleagues on ASSET’s growing backlog of power projects. King has over ...

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