The 10th Annual Kentucky/Tennessee Water Professionals Conference (WPC) will be held at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville July 14-17, 2013.
LDA Engineering is sponsoring the conference which attracts more than a thousand water professionals from the two states. It features water-focused workshops, technical sessions, activities and industry awards.
LDA Engineering recently announced the hiring of Lauran Canacaris as client service analyst to manage marketing and promotional efforts for the company’s Knoxville, Chattanooga and Tri-Cities offices.
Knoxville-native rock ‘n’ roll band The Dirty Guv’nahs will bring their signature sound to the Concert Main Stage Friday, June 21, at 7 p.m. The Friday Night concert, sponsored by Lamar Dunn and Associates (LDA Engineering), also features Soul Candy and The Traffic Jam as the opening act.
Jason brings new leadership and a fresh perspective to the core values that have made LD&A successful for the past 30 years.
He is a registered Professional Engineer in Tennessee and a graduate of Maryville College (BA Mathematics), the University of Tennessee Knoxville (BS/MS Civil Engineering), and Tennessee Tech University (MBA).
Announces New CEO And Local VP
Lamar Dunn & Associates (LD&A) is celebrating its 10th year of business in the Scenic City by announcing a new company president & CEO and promoting a local man as the vice president of its Chattanooga office.
The $4.5 million Founders Park project is back in swing.
What began as, and still is, a piece of Johnson City’s long-term flood remediation plan, the project has turned into a bit more than the opening up of Brush Creek.
For decades flooding in the downtown area of Johnson City has been a problem for the business community. This is most apparent when rainfall is above normal and flooding is frequently at storefronts. A flood control plan is a priority for the Downtown Redevelopment Task Force and is necessary to ensure stability of present and future economic development of the downtown area.
For decades, flooding in the downtown area of Johnson City has been a problem for the business community. The issue was most apparent in spring and summer of 2009 when rainfall was above normal and flooding was frequent in streets and at storefronts. A flood control plan is a priority for the Downtown Redevelopment Task Force and is necessary to ensure stability of present and future economic development of the downtown area.