Darion Warren joins Waggoner as Project Manager

JACKSON, Miss. – June 16, 2020 – Waggoner Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of Darion Warren, CFM as a Project Manager in our Jackson office.

In his new role, Warren will be interacting with and serving our public agency clients to ensure that we are delivering value to their projects.

“Darion has spent his career in public works and in leadership of capital programs for public agencies in Mississippi,” Central VP of Operations Hunter Arnold, PE, said. “His experience and public policy insight in municipal, aviation, and county government will be extremely valuable to clients.”

Before joining Waggoner, Warren worked at the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority in various roles, most recently as the Chief Operating Officer.  He led the operations and services of numerous departments and assisted the CEO in the day-to-day administration of the airport in planning and executing programs and activities. He was the Director of Capital Programming before briefly serving as Interim Chief Executive Officer.

As the Director of Public Works for the City of Brandon, Warren managed capital improvement projects and routine maintenance tasks such as street and drainage improvements, water and sewer improvements, and compliance with state and federal regulations.

Warren also served as the Infrastructure Manager for the City of Jackson and Hinds County.

He is a member of the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) and the Airports Council International (ACI) and served as treasurer of the Mississippi Airport Association.

Warren holds a Bachelor of Business Administration from Jackson State University and a Master of Science in Management from Belhaven University.


About Waggoner
Waggoner Engineering, founded in 1976, is a civil engineering firm with a passion for helping communities realize their full potential. Today, Waggoner has expanded to 11 offices in five states and recognized for its innovative, multi-disciplinary services that make it much more than a traditional engineering firm.