Southern engineering firm Neel-Schaffer promotes three Alabama leaders

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Neel-Shaffer —a multi-disciplined engineering and planning firm that today ranks as one of the largest privately held, employee-owned engineering firms in the South —has announced the promotion of three Alabama leaders within its company. The new leaders are Chris Sellers, John Murphy, and Alicia Rudolph.

“I am extremely proud of each of these employees, for how they have helped our firm grow and prosper, and for what they are doing to make a difference in their communities,” said Hibbett Neel, co-founder, CEO and President of Neel-Schaffer. “Our goal is to hire quality employees who make a mark on the communities in which they live and work, and these individuals are great examples of that

Details on each promotion can be found below:

Chris Sellers has been promoted to Senior Vice President in the firm. Sellers joined the firm in 1999 and currently oversees the firm’s operations in Alabama, Georgia, and South Carolina. He is based in the firm’s Birmingham, Ala. office, and markets Neel-Schaffer services throughout the Southeast.

John Murphy has been named a Vice President in the firm, Murphy joined the firm in 2013 and is currently the Senior Engineer Manager for Neel-Schaffer’s Mobile, Ala. office. He has over 40 years of engineering and management experience, including 36 years spent as an Assistant County Engineer for Mobile county.

Alicia Rudolph has also been named a Vice President. She joined Neel-Schaffer in 2015 and currently serves as the Engineer Manager of the firm’s office in Tuscaloosa, Ala.. Rudolph has almost 25 years of experience in the transportation and aviation engineering fields.

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