Brown, Mitchell & Alexander Inc. (BMA) is pleased to announce that Mr. William C. “Bill” Mitchell has been appointed by Governor Phil Bryant to serve on the Mississippi Board of Licensure for Professional Engineers and Surveyors.
Bill Mitchell personifies the firm’s philosophy of “ Working to Build a Better Gulf Coast Community ”, and this appointment has honored him with an opportunity to extend that philosophy. By contributing his personal time and extensive experience to the State of Mississippi, Bill will continue to have a positive effect on the professional practice of engineering and surveying.
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Jeremiah Glasz and Maggie Smith went through the interview process and were selected for employment with BMA as co-op employees through this program. Jeremiah joined BMA in January, 2015, while Maggie will join the BMA team in the Summer of 2015. Both anticipate graduating with a degree in Civil Engineering in 2016.
Bill is also a Registered Professional Engineer and Land Surveyor. He received a Civil Engineering Degree and Master’s Degree in Public Policy and Administration from Mississippi State University. Mr. Mitchell has 40 years’ experience in Civil Engineering and Construction Management and is very knowledgeable of construction practices and regulations along the Gulf Coast and within the State of Mississippi. As a Principal of Brown, Mitchell & Alexander, Inc., Mr. Mitchell is directly responsible for many functions of this active and progressive civil / consulting engineering firm. He is also an active member of the Civil Engineering Advisory Board (MS State University), Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board (MS State University), Water Environment Federation (WEF) Member, and State Representative for Engineers Without Borders.
About Brown Mitchell & Alexander, Inc.:
Brown, Mitchell & Alexander, Inc. (BMA) is a consulting engineering firm specializing in civil engineering consulting services, planning and surveying services for a wide range of clients along the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Originally established in 1967 as Brown Engineers by Mr. Joseph L. Brown, Jr., the firm has earned the reputation as one of the strongest engineering firms on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. BMA has offices conveniently located in both Gulfport and Biloxi. More information on the company’s notable achievements, services provided, key leadership, and history can be found at: http://www.bmaengineers.com .
Brown, Mitchell & Alexander, Inc.
Lorrie McCampbell, Office Manager
BMA has opened a satellite office in Pascagoula at 3103 Pascagoula Street!
We are excited about our growth and new location in Jackson County and appreciate all of our clients' confidence in us!!
In order to provide more flexibility to our dedicated employees, we are pleased to announce that, beginning May 2, 2016, BMA will be changing our office hours to the following:
7:30 A.M. - 5:30 P.M.
8:00 A.M. - 12:00 P.M. (Noon)
These new hours apply to both our Gulfport and Biloxi offices. Project Managers will continue to be available by mobile phone during typical business hours should you have needs outside of our office hours. Our field personnel overseeing construction projects will continue to work consistent with the Contractor's schedule.
As always, we appreciate our relationship with you and look forward to many years of successful service int he future. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Gulfport office at (228) 864-7612 or our Biloxi office at (228) 436-7612.
BMA is honored to be a part of this project and the growth of the City of Bay St. Louis. This project was highlighted in the August issue of South Mississippi Living magazine (Page 22). Click link to see article or blog for pictures of completed project.