Business Roundup: Becker Morgan Group adds 19 new staff members

By Mike Finney
Posted 9/13/21

DOVER — Becker Morgan Group’s sustained growth has led to 19 new staff members across offices and disciplines within the last year.

Since the new year, the architectural, civil …

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Business Roundup: Becker Morgan Group adds 19 new staff members

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DOVER — Becker Morgan Group’s sustained growth has led to 19 new staff members across offices and disciplines within the last year.

Since the new year, the architectural, civil engineering, surveying, interior design, marketing, finance and administrative departments have grown.

“We are proud to welcome these talented individuals to our team, and we are thankful to our clients for making our continued growth necessary,” said W. Ronald Morgan, AIA, Becker Morgan Group president.

New team members are Allison Shockley AIA, Andre Gordon, Augustus Abbey, Caroline Krauss, Cathy Mason, Christine Smith, Elizabeth Cavallaro, Emily Davis, Erin Hays, Ian Birl, J. Morrissiey, Jeremy Redlich, Justine Palmer, Lisa Goss, Megan Reynolds, Michael Weber, Molly Marino, Nicolas Villarroel P.E., and Ryan Shaffer.

Becker Morgan Group provides architecture and engineering services with offices in Delaware, Maryland and North Carolina.

Their staff of 100-plus serves clients in the land development, education, health care, public safety, hospitality, residential, commercial, library, and government practice areas. For more information, visit here.

Central Del. Habitat to host Vendor & Trade Happy Hour

DOVER — The Central Delaware Habitat for Humanity will be hosting a Vendor & Trade Happy Hour at The Greene Turtle Sports Bar & Grill at 391 N. Dupont Hwy. on Sept. 30 from 3 until 5 p.m.

Anyone with a specialty in the trades, or who owns a trade company or construction vendor company, is welcome to attend,

The party is designed to let companies meet CDHFH’s construction team, learn about its upcoming 2022 projects and programs, and hear why their bid for 2022 is vital for the community.

Refreshments will be provided to all attendees. Alcohol will be available for purchase. CDHFH will hold a brief presentation at 4 p.m.

CDHFH is a nonprofit that provides homeownership and other improvement opportunities for those in Kent County. It is looking to partner with local businesses to build and repair homes in the community.

Anyone interested in attending should RSVP to Christina Manall, construction director, at 302-526-2366, ext. 104 or cmanall@centraldelawarehabitat.org by Sept. 27.

Ribbon-cutting for Diamond State Hot Tub Rentals

DOVER — The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony at its office at 435 N. Dupont Highway in Dover at 4 p.m. Tuesday to celebrate the grand opening of Diamond State Hot Tub Rentals.

Diamond State Hot Tub Rentals allows customers to enjoy all the benefits of having a jacuzzi, without any of the headaches.

Whether it’s for a staycation, a beach house rental or just a long weekend, the team at Diamond State Hot Tub Rentals will take care of everything from delivery, chemicals to cleanup and removal.

Those interested in attending the ribbon-cutting should RSVP to the CDCC office by calling 302-734-7513 or by visiting the here and registering through its calendar of events.

Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club receives KFC grant

SEAFORD — The Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club in Seaford was awarded a $10,000 grant by the Kentucky Fried Wishes program on Sept. 9 to celebrate Colonel Sanders’ birthday.

The organization was nominated by RR Ventures, the Charlestown, Maryland-based KFC team, for the meaningful work that they do within their community.

Western Sussex Boys & Girls Club will use the funds to develop a garden/greenhouse project at their Seaford location.

The project, “Specialty Crops for Healthier Communities,” will incorporate an on-site garden as the basis of an educational program to teach youth and families the importance of specialty crops, such as blueberries, blackberries, and goji berries.

In addition, youth participants will learn how to plant, care for, harvest and prepare vegetables they grow for consumption.

In honor of KFC’s famous 11 herbs and spices, the Kentucky Fried Wishes program awarded 11 nonprofit organizations with a $10,000 grant each to help further advance their efforts.

CDCC joins Next Level Nutrition for ribbon-cutting

MILFORD — The Central Delaware Chamber of Commerce (CDCC) hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the grand opening of Next Level Nutrition on Sept. 9 at 915 N. DuPont Blvd., Suite 103, in Milford.

The team at Next Level Nutrition strive to help individuals become the best, healthiest version of themselves, no matter where their journey begins.

Next Level Nutrition provides a healthy alternative through nutritional meal replacement options, free community workouts, and a positive uplifting environment.

Originally hailing from Milford and attending Milford High School — Austin Adams and Ryan O’Bara — both Milford High graduates – along with the support of Ashley Adams, are excited about reaching beyond Milford’s borders.

To learn more about Next Level Nutrition, email nextlevelnutrition302@gmail.com or call at 302-265-2873.