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Mr. Andre V. Bittas, Director
Planning, Engineering & Permits Department
City of Birmingham
710 North 20th Street, Room 207
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
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City of Birmingham-Photo Gallery of Events
Mayor Bernard Kincaid, City Council President Lee Wendell Loder, Councilor Bertram Miller, former Councilwoman Saundra Little, Roosevelt City Neighborhood President Calvin Elder, Fire Chief Dwayne Murray, Police Chief Annetta Nunn, and Andre Bittas with the City of Birmingham's Department of Planning, Engineering and Permits break grounds for the $ 1.3 million Fire Station #11 construction project.
It also includes Rose Fellows from ...
It also includes Rose Fellows from the other three cities in this year's class: André Bittas, director of the Department of Planning, Engineering & Permits for the City of Birmingham; Sean Crumby, City Engineer and deputy director of the Department of Public Works for the City of Long Beach; and Bayé Muhammad, commissioner of the Department of Neighborhood and Business Development for the City of Rochester.
Birmingham Comprehensive Plan Honored As One of the Best: « Birmingham City Council
Mr. Andre Bittas, head of the city's Planning, Engineering and Permits Department, accepted the prestigious award on behalf of the city.
CommuteSmart â€º Regional Planning Commission of Greater Birmingham
Andre Bittas, director of the city's Planning Engineering and Permits Department, said the current BJCTA bus station at the corner of Morris Avenue and 18th Street will be demolished and a new one built in its place.
A new Amtrak and Greyhound intermodal center will be built on the corner of 19th Street and Morris Avenue.
The 1600 block of Morris Avenue will be used for parking.
said the project is in the final stages of the design phase and the initial construction could begin within the next two months.
Temporary modular buildings will be built between 16th and 17th Streets to for the BJCTA to use while the current building is demolished and a new one built, he