See how the long-term partnership between Ocean Springs, Mississippi and AllenES is making this beautiful city stronger and more resilient:
Allen Engineering and Science recently held a company fish fry to get everyone together for fun and fellowship.
Debra Emmert Joins Allen Engineering and Science
Joins Rapidly Expanding Firm with Southeastern Focus
Dallas, TX: Allen Engineering and Science announces the hiring of Debra Emmert as a national Sales Executive, with a focus on projects in Texas and the Gulf Coast area. Debra brings 22 years of experience in key account management, environmental and geotechnical business development for private sector projects to this newly created position. Allen Engineering Executive Vice President, Melissa Pringle, said of Ms. Emmert’s hiring, “She brings a wealth of sales and marketing experience to this role, which will further advance our market position in various sectors.”
She is a member of the Society of Texas Environmental Professionals (STEP), Society of American Military Engineers (SAME), and the North Texas Association of Environmental Professionals (NTAEP). She will be based out of Allen Engineering and Science’s Dallas/Ft. Worth office.
About Allen Engineering and Science: Allen Engineering and Science (AllenES) is a civil and environmental engineering company headquartered in Jackson, MS with offices across the southeastern United States.
After a day of intensive project management training, AllenES staff from Mississippi, Louisiana, Alabama and Texas enjoyed dinner together.
Kimberly Miller, AICP, of AllenES will be speaking on “Catalyzing Coastal Change via Competition” at the American Planning Association’s nationalconference in New Orleans on April 22nd, 2018.
In 2017 Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) hosted the Mississippi Beach Outfalls Challenge, offering competitors a chance to redesign outdated stormwater management structures. One of the challenge winners, AllenES, a firm focused on resiliency, shoreline restoration, and sea-level rise adaptation, will join the MDEQ to talk about the need for the challenge and way its proposed solution works with coastal habitats.
This plan showcases reorganized Teams, new focus areas, and direction for the Gulf of Mexico Alliance nonprofit. Approved by all five Gulf Coast governors.READ MORE
The Alternative Shoreline Management Guidebook will provide homeowners the opportunity to understand the benefits of shorelines and learn the appropriate techniques to protect their property from erosion while also preserving the habitat.
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