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Yearly Archives: 2019

Project Update: Capitol Complex Improvement District

The Capitol Complex Improvement District (CCID) was created during the 2017 session of the Mississippi Legislature in order to establish regular funding and administration of infrastructure projects with a defined area of the capital city of Jackson. Starting in September of 2018 and throughout the CCID master plan process, CDFL acted as a consultant to […]


Project Update: Skilled Nursing Facility

Work at St. Catherine’s Village Skilled Nursing Facility is rapidly progressing and it’s getting closer to completion. The stonework on the lobby’s grand fireplace is complete, rooms are taking on their final form with lighting cove and trim work installed, and exterior finishes are nearing completion. Over the next few months, we will see the […]


Office Update

We’ve had a lot to celebrate over the last few months and we wanted to take a minute and fill you in on all the office’s happenings. -Babies! We’ve recently welcomed two new babies into the CDFL family. Mechanical Engineer Ben Fulton and wife Malory welcomed their daughter Amelia in February and Architect Chris Myers […]


Project Update: Aviation Museum

In the northwest corner of the Mississippi Agriculture & Forestry Museum sit three crop duster airplanes and an exhibit that surrounds them. This area is officially the National Agriculture Aviation Museum, though previously, there was no designation to make visitors aware of the exhibit. CDFL developed a plan for the renovation of the space that […]


Project Highlight: Oxford-University Stadium

As the 2019 baseball season nears, we thought it would be fun to look back at our work at Oxford-University Stadium. Our relationship with Ole Miss Baseball spans over 30 years and we are proud to have been a part of the changes and growth at Oxford-University Stadium. We were on hand in the ’80s […]


Project Update: Entergy Echelon Renovation

We are in the middle of renovating Entergy’s Nuclear headquarters as they expand nuclear operations in Mississippi. This expansion will create more than 250 new jobs in Jackson and 70 at Grand Gulf. “As we build the utility of the future, we’re also building the workforce of the future,” said Haley Fisackerly, Entergy  Mississippi president and […]