Announcing Ben Duncan, PE As Our Newest Senior Civil Designer
January 26

We are thrilled to announce the addition of Ben Duncan, PE to our team!  Ben is a civil engineer with over sixteen years of experience overseeing diverse transportation projects, ranging from bridges and roadways to public utilities. Ben also has experience in commercial and residential site design and has prepared construction plans for both state and local government agencies.  Ben will use his expertise in his new role at Morell Engineering. He will work closely... Read More

Welcome, Toyota Boshoku!
April 12

Earlier this week, Governor Kay Ivey made an exciting announcement regarding economic development in North Alabama and we are so excited to be a part of it. Toyota Boshoku will be building a facility in Athens, AL to support the new Toyota-Mazda plant. Toyota Boshoku is investing $50 million dollars into their new facility and will be creating 400 new jobs. This is incredible news for the Athens-Limestone area and we are thrilled to welcome... Read More

A Full Circle Story
January 22

Sometimes in life we seem to be running 500 mph. Days seem to fly by with busy schedules, but every once in a while something really incredible stops us in our foot steps and forces us to reflect and take it all in. Last week we had the incredible opportunity to tour the (pretty much) completed Athens High School. Y’all, this building is beautiful! It seems that every inch of this new space has been... Read More

“Where are we going for lunch today?”
December 14

Last night we had our Holiday Party! Gosh, it was so much fun getting to meet everyone’s loved ones and being able to sit down with one another and spend some good quality time. But let me tell you something, this is not a new concept at Morell Engineering.  Let me give you some background on myself, I think that will help deliver my message here.  A few months ago I moved to north Alabama... Read More

Shout Out to Telford & McAdam!
December 3

Think back to a time when transportation was just evolving. When “horse power” was taken literally, running a “few quick errands” wasn’t done on a whim, and travelling to other states meant week long excursions. Isn’t it incredible to think about how far we have come?  I always find it fun to think about the person who did something for the first time. Like, who was the guy who thought, “Hey, see that chicken egg?... Read More