Barge Design Solutions' Employees Neal And Carr Achieve Professional Status

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Two employees of Barge Design Solutions, Inc. have achieved professional status.  Gloria Neal has passed the required examination and is now a licensed professional engineer in Tennessee, and Andy Carr has passed the required examination and is now a licensed landscape architect in Tennessee.

Ms. Neal joined Barge Design Solutions in 2014 upon graduation from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga. She holds a bachelor of science and master of science degree in civil engineering.  She volunteers in the community, tutoring students and adult-aged students in math. 

Mr. Carr obtained his undergraduate degree from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville in plant science and landscape systems.

He later returned to receive a master of landscape architecture, studying abroad in Ireland and England. He joined Barge Design Solutions in 2014.  Mr. Carr serves on the executive committee for the Tennessee Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. He is the Southeast Tennessee representative. The organization represents over 150 practicing and affiliated members located throughout the state.


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