Two employees, Ulmer Trey Bullock III, Assistant Maintenance Engineer, and Lamont D. Jamison, Engineering Technician at the Batesville office, were both honored for 30 years of service with MDOT. Michael Hanks, Maintenance Technician in the Tunica office, (not pictured) was honored for 40 years. 37 employees were honored at the annual Service Awards & Recognition Ceremony held at District 2 Headquarters in Batesville.
MDOT Executive Director Brad White, MDOT Chief Engineer Brian Ratliff, and the Mississippi Transportation Commission would like to thank these employees for their hard work and dedication to MDOT and the people of Mississippi.
“I am very grateful for all of our employees,” said Northern District Commissioner John Caldwell. “We are truly a team of professionals, and those recognized here can be assured that they make a real difference and every single one of them make valuable daily contributions to our successes.”
MDOT is responsible for providing a safe intermodal transportation network that is planned, designed, constructed, and maintained in an effective, cost-efficient, and environmentally sensitive manner. MDOT’s objective is to maximize taxpayer’s dollars by providing a safe, efficient multimodal network that enhances economic stability and growth.