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EGH WELCOMES HEATHER WANTLAND AS OUR CONTRACTS ADMINISTRATION ASSISTANT

Eley Guild Hardy is excited to announce the hire of Heather Wantland as a Contracts Administration Assistant. Heather attended the University of Southern Mississippi and majored in Business Administration. Heather previously worked with NASA and left in 2013 to focus her efforts on her family owned boutique Real Estate Brokerage. During her career, Heather developed… Read More »

EGH WELCOMES TOM TAYLOR AS SENIOR PROJECT DESIGNER

Eley Guild Hardy is excited to announce the hire of Tom Taylor as a Senior Project Designer. Tom received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the Louisiana Tech University in 1994 and comes to EGH with 24 years of design and project management experience. Tom has vast architectural design expertise in Aviation, Military, Sports, Education, and Religious facilities.… Read More »

EGH wins 2018 AIA Merit Design Award

     Eley Guild Hardy Architects in association with CDFL was awarded the 2018 AIA Merit Design Award for the design of the University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Medicine. As the sole school of medicine in the state of Mississippi, UMMC has committed to expanding its undergraduate class size from 135 to 185 students a… Read More »

Dana Vincent Joins Eley Guild Hardy

Eley Guild Hardy is thrilled to welcome Dana Vincent as a CADD Technician in our Biloxi Office. Dana received an Associates Degree from Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College in Applied Science, Drafting and Design Technology in 2001. With over 15 years of experience in the industry, Dana is extremely proficient in Revit and AutoCAD. In her career, Dana… Read More »

SEYMOUR named Principal with ELEY GUILD HARDY ARCHITECTS

Eley Guild Hardy Architects announces the return of Jennifer Seymour as Principal.  Jennifer, a native of Biloxi, MS, joined Eley Guild Hardy Architects in 1999 after graduating with a Bachelors of Architecture from Mississippi State University. In 2014, she left to become principal-in-charge over the architectural division of a small A/E firm. The majority of… Read More »