Mississippi State has joined with Dale Partners Architects and AECOM Sports to design a comprehensive plan that will see the Hump revamped with modern amenities and the arena's first premium ticket options.
Dale Partners Architects P.A. is pleased to announce that second generation architect, Will Commarato, AIA, recently passed his architectural registration exams and became a licensed architect in the state of Mississippi.
The City of Flowood and MCC Real Estate recently revealed plans to construct a Conference Center and Hotel adjacent to the city's golf course. The $50 million project will feature a 200 room luxury hotel and a 54,000 square foot conference center.
Dale Partners Architects P.A. is pleased to announce that our firm has been chosen to provide professional services for the Community Development Block Grant funded project to rehabilitate the Biloxi Saenger Theatre.
Dale Partners Architects P.A. is pleased to announce that Kenny King has joined the firm as an Interior Designer. King is a graduate of Delta State University, and brings over three decades of national and international interior design experience to the Dale Partners’ team.
Dale Partners Architects P.A. is excited to announce the arrival David Kett, a recent graduate of the Mississippi State University School Architecture. He also received an Associate of Arts from Hinds Community College.
Neil Polen, AIA, moved to the Biloxi office of Dale Partners Architects earlier this year, and kicked off his arrival with working on the new Starbucks at Harrah’s Gulf Coast. The new Starbuck’s opened May 22 replacing the Corner Café, and it has been very well received.
Fifth year Mississippi State University School of Architecture student, Ebony Batchelor and Tahir Khan, a fourth year Mississippi State School of Architecture student, are interning at Dale Partners Architects this summer. Both are working toward a Bachelor of Architecture degree at MSU. Ebony is working in the Jackson office and Tahir is in the Biloxi office.
Dale Partners Architects P.A. is pleased to announce that Kacey Clark recently passed the National Council for Interior Design Qualification exam. All NCIDQ Certified Designers have been educated, trained and examined to protect public health, safety and welfare.