Jay C. Estes, AICP recently participated in facilitator training for the Coastal Community Resilience Index conducted by the Mississippi/Alabama Sea Grant. Through his participation in the training, Mr. Estes is now prepared to assist your community in completing or updating its Coastal Community Resilience Index. Click here to learn more about the Index and what it can do for your community.
AllenES appreciated the opportunity to serve as a sponsor for the 2023 MMA Legislative Reception held on January 17, 2023 at The Westin in downtown Jackson. MMA has served as the voice of industry in Mississippi for more than 70 years and honored Mississippi’s Defense Industry during this year’s reception.
Michael Hohm, P.E. provided an engineering seminar on January 10, 2023. The topic was focused on understanding the capital funding processes for large and complex engineering projects.
Top Row (left to right): Andrew Covington, P.E., Jay Estes, AICP, and Jeff Allen, P.E.
Bottom Row (left to right): Jordan Hollinghead, P.G., John Bourgeois, P.E., Michael Hohm, P.E., and Melissa Pringle, Ph.D.
AllenES enjoyed attending the MAMA’s reception at the Governor’s mansion on December 7, 2022. Thank you to the MAMA Board of Directors and the sponsors for this event.
AllenES is pleased to share the news. Katelyn Giles’ research has been published in the Marine and Petroleum Geology Journal. Click link below to read the paper entitled “Sediment input, alongshore transport, and coastal sediment mixing in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico based on detrital-zircon geochronology.”☆
Will Pentecost, P.E. and Brad Young, CWB participated in the MDEQ Restoration Summit on November 10, 2022. AllenES provided project details regarding the on-going NFWF funded Beneficial Use of Dredge Material for Coastal Restoration project and the Restore funded Beach Stormwater Outfalls Restoration project. Both projects are located in coastal Mississippi.
The MS Women in Transportation Cultivating Partnerships event was held on November 10, 2022 at The District’s Cultivation Food Hall. Melissa Pringle, Ph.D. and Rick Sumrall, P.E. of Allen Engineering and Science, Inc. joined others in the Jackson area for the first annual event.