AllenES was a sponsor at the Southeastern Environmental Law and Regulation Conference in San Destin, Florida on June 10, 2022.
AllenES’ Jay Estes, AICP and Oliver Birch presented “A Hazard Risk and Disaster Recovery Analysis for Mississippi Gulf Coast” at the coastal resilience team meeting in April.
More than 800 researchers and conservationists will be coming together April 25-28 for the first-ever in person Gulf of Mexico Alliance (#GoMCon) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Participants will focus on collaboration, climate change, water quality, habitat, environmental education, coastal resilience, and so much more. Learn more or register to attend at https://web.cvent.com/event/f677ed8c-31e0-415c-b600-62b6c02d76a6/summary
#GulfofMexicoAlliance #GulfofMexico #GOMA”
After 19 years, Norman Sisson is retiring from AllenES. We thank him for his commitment to our company and wish Norman and his family all the best in the exciting chapter ahead. We will miss you!
Dr. Melissa Pringle of AllenES joined many others at the Mississippi Manufacturers Association (MMA) legislative reception on February 15, 2022. The event was a great success with participation from manufacturers and legislators from across the state. Dr. Pringle is pictured with Alan Sudduth of Chevron, Mark Scott of Halter Marine, and Kelly Wright of MMA.
Joseph Wilson and Michael Hohm of AllenES attended the Spring 2022 MSU Career Fair.
AllenES is actively recruiting interns, recent engineering graduates, and mid-level engineering professionals.
Rick Sumrall, P.E. with AllenES joined others from the Jackson Chapter of Mississippi Engineering Society to serve lunch at Stewpot on Tuesday, January 25th. For more information on how to volunteer, please visit http://stewpot.org/volunteer.