John Hensley heads Arcadis division
John Hensley Jr., formerly operations director for Arcadis' environment division, has been promoted to president of the division.
In his new Chattanooga-based job, Hensley will be responsible for approximately 3,000 environmental consulting professionals located in over 160 offices throughout the United States and Canada.
Hensley is a graduate of McCallie School, holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from Kennesaw State University. He has been with Arcadis since 1985 and is a licensed professional engineer in five states.
"In his role as president of the Environment Division we expect him to further build on our leading position in this important market," Arcadis CEO Neil McArther said.
Hooters reopens Brainerd restaurant
Hooters of America, LLC has reopened its Chattanooga restaurant with a new look and menu following a renovation of the Brainerd Road eatery this summer.
Dave Henninger, chief marketing officer for Hooters of America, said the Chattanooga restaurant is one of the first showing the chain's new look "with expansive windows and more open space to encourage social interaction and beckon people walking by to come in and join in the fun." The new Hooters also will feature the recently expanded full menu, offering even more salads, sandwiches and seafood dishes in addition to Hooter's traditional and boneless chicken wings.
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