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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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WBA Architecture welcomes Schaffhauser

The partners of WIER BOERNER ALLIN Architecture announced the addition of John Taylor Schaffhauser, AIA, NCARB, as Project Architect. Schaffhauser joins the Jackson-based firm from GO Logic in Belfast, Maine. The Madison native graduated from Mississippi State University’s School of Architecture in 2015 and went on to join Lake | Flato Architects in San Antonio, Texas. There, he worked on ...

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ACEC of Mississippi announces engineering excellence award winners

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Mississippi (ACEC/MS) announced the 2019 winners of its annual Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) during an evening ceremony at the newly opened Two Mississippi Museums in downtown Jackson. The ACEC/MS EEA Banquet is held annually to honor member firms for design achievements of superior skill and ingenuity. Mississippi’s engineering consulting firms submit projects that ...

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Hohulin named Sr. Discipline Manager for Planning and Development

Waggoner Engineering, Inc. welcomes Steve Hohulin, AICP, as Sr. Discipline Manager for Planning and Development. In his role, Hohulin will be responsible for directing Waggoner’s services in the areas of comprehensive planning, and community and economic development. He will also have responsibility for mentoring and development of professional planning staff, as well as growing and expanding Waggoner’s service offerings to ...

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ACEC of Mississippi announces award winners

The American Council of Engineering Companies of Mississippi announced the 2019 winners of its annual Engineering Excellence Awards (EEA) during an evening ceremony at the newly opened Two Mississippi Museums in downtown Jackson. The ACEC/MS EEA Banquet is held annually to honor member firms for design achievements of superior skill and ingenuity. Mississippi’s engineering consulting firms submit projects that are ...

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Ross Horton rejoins Waggoner Engineering

Waggoner Engineering, Inc., announced the re-hire of Ross Horton, PE, who will be a Project Engineer in the Hernando office. Since August of 2015, he was the Memphis District Engineer for EFCO Corp., designing formwork and shoring and managing drafting to meet delivery deadlines of erection drawings. Horton joined Waggoner in 2013 as an Engineering Intern and served as a ...

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Kevin Morgan joins Waggoner Engineering

Waggoner Engineering, Inc., a full-service economic development, program management, and engineering firm, has announced its recent hire of Kevin Morgan, PE, who will serve as a Senior Project Manager/Client Account Manager with special emphasis in the Aviation & Airport sector. Morgan comes to Waggoner with over 30 years of civil engineering project experience that includes project management for general aviation, ...

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Neel-Schaffer launches ‘Complete Communities Group’

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced the formation of the Complete Communities Group, a firm-wide collaboration aimed at bringing expert engineers and planners from different specialties in the firm under one umbrella to develop multi-disciplinary solutions to complex community problems. “We are excited to launch our Complete Communities Group,” said Rosemary Aldridge, PE, Senior Vice President for Neel-Schaffer’s Florida operations. “The firm’s ...

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McNeel elected Regional Chair of National Architectural Board

Jackson architect Richard McNeel, NCARB, AIA president and chief executive officer of JBHM Architects, P.A., is the new chair of the Southern Conference of the National Council of Architectural Registration Boards. McNeel previously served as vice chair of the Southern Conference, which comprises registration boards in Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Puerto Rico, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas ...

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