News

Will Pentecost, P.E. is Named Partner

AllenES welcomes Will Pentecost, P.E. as our newest partner!  Mr. Pentecost joined Allen Engineering and Science in January 2019 and provides engineering services to both private and public sector clients.  His project experience includes stormwater drainage, green infrastructure design, utility infrastructure design, horizontal and vertical roadway alignment, aviation infrastructure, and site development. Will works with Project Engineers and Contractors to ensure that projects are designed and completed in a responsible, safe, timely manner while maintaining customer satisfaction.  We are so pleased to have him as one of our partners!

Bonding over Bowling

All work and no play is NOT our motto!  AllenES principals carved out a little time to bowl and bond in February 2022!

Career Fair at MSU

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.

Environmental Seminar regarding Permitting and Compliance Deadlines and Updates

On January 26, 2022, Andrew Covington, P.E. of Allen Engineering and Science presented an environmental seminar regarding Upcoming Permitting and Compliance Deadlines.  He also provided an update to the attendees regarding the new Large Construction General Permit modifications that are currently at public notice.

This was the 8th presentation of the Environmental Seminar Series.

USM Stormwater Runoff Management Sets the Bar

AllenES is proud to serve the University of Southern Mississippi through their Phase II Stormwater Program.  Special thanks go out to the leadership and staff at the University Physical Plant and the Office of Sustainability for the amazing work they do every day to keep the campus beautiful and sustainable for future generations.

Project Highlight – Yancey Wildlife Management Area

AllenES recently completed construction of a weir on the Richard K. Yancey Wildlife Management Area along the Mississippi River in eastern Louisiana. Funded by the Lower Mississippi River Conservation Committee, the weir will maintain water levels in the Blackhawk Scar Lakes on the WMA which are popular fishing destinations.

Pictured from left to right: Joe Holland, Will Pentecost, Raynie Harlan (LA Dept. Wildlife and Fisheries), Angie Rodgers (Lower Mississippi River Conservation Committee), Brad Young

 

Stormwater Training

Paul Lanning, RLA conducted a webinar this month covering topics such as Erosion and Sediment Control Measures, as well as Green Infrastructure Best Management Practices.  The presentation was given to local Developers and Contractors as a part of the NPDES Phase II Stormwater Program for local municipal clients.