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Ground Breaking Ceremony

July 2015Ground broken for St. John Recreational Improvements Project

Spanning 12 sites and more than $2,000,000 worth of improvements, construction of the St. John Recreational Improvements Project is underway. The project brings improvements to each park, and includes new playsets, gazebos, splash parks, paving, fitness stations, and more. Read more about the groundbreaking ceremony and project in this news article.


June 2015Woodmere Community Center Officialy Opens

The Woodmere Community Center has officially opened its doors to the residents of Jefferson Parish. First envisioned in 2008, the project was awarded to Meyer Engineers, Ltd., and construction began in late 2013. Built to host a wide variety of functions, the $1,250,000 center represents the combined efforts of the state and parish governments to bring a modern community space to the subdivision of Woodmere. Read more about the center in this news article.


January 2015Meyer Awarded NOSWB Capital Improvement Program Contract

The New Orleans Sewerage & Water Board has awarded Meyer Engineers a Construction Management/Staff Augmentation contract as part of its Capital Improvements Program. The S&WB is embarking on one of the largest capital improvement programs in decades with over $300 million planned in upgrades to sewerage, water and drainage infrastructure throughout the city. Meyer will be handling construction management on projects for the new power plant, wetland assimilation projects, and sewer rehab and pump station projects for the S&WB. The contract will include construction management and inspection and the development of a standardized reporting software package.


Ground Breaking Ceremony

November 2014NELA Veterans Cemetery Groundbreaking Ceremony

Ground has officially been broken and construction has begun for the Northeast Louisianan Veterans Cemetery in Rayville, LA. See pictures from the event here. Designed by Meyer Engineers, Ltd, the cemetery will span nearly 50 acres of beautiful countryside and will one day be a final resting place for 30,000 veterans and their loved ones. Read more about the cemetery in this Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs press release.