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Neel-Schaffer announces promotions

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., has announced that Sonny Smoak, PE, has been promoted to a senior vice president role, and Steve Cockerham, PE, Richard Sullivan, PE, and Stan Wright, PE, are now vice presidents with the firm. Smoak first joined Neel-Schaffer in 1999 and now manages the firm’s office in Houston, Texas. He has nearly 20 years of experience, including 17 with ...

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Richard Sullivan earns DBIA certification

Neel-Schaffer, Inc., is pleased to announce that Richard Sullivan, PE, Assoc. DBIA, has completed the Design-Build Institute of America’s certification exam and has earned Associate DBIA certification from the DBIA’s Design-Build Certification Board. Sullivan manages Neel-Schaffer’s Tennessee operations and is a member of the firm’s 11-member Design-Build Advisory Group. He is based in the firm’s Nashville office and has over ...

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Sullivan to lead Neel-Schaffer’s Tennessee Operations

Richard Sullivan, PE, has joined Jackson-based Neel-Schaffer and will manage the company’s Tennessee operations from its Nashville office. Sullivan has 20 years of experience as a Transportation Engineer and Project Manager. He worked the last six years with The Corradino Group in Brentwood, Tenn., and prior to that he worked for the Tennessee Department of Transportation, where he filled a ...

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Diamondhead leaders vote to terminate city manager

Mississippi’s newest city has decided to part ways with its manager. Diamondhead’s city council has voted to dismiss city manager Richard Rose. Rose has until tomorrow to request an appeal and public hearing or his termination will be final, officials said. If Rose were to request a hearing, a final determination on his employment status will be made then, officials ...

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Sullivan to retire

Richard Sullivan is stepping down as Biloxi public works director. He is the city’s third director to retire before the end of the year. The Sun Herald reports his last day will be Dec. 21. Sullivan says he is leaving the job to pursue other opportunities. The 60-year-old Sullivan became public works director in July 2002 after serving for 10 ...

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