Sept. 17, 2015–Amy Rice

Amy moved to Mobile Alabama a little over a year ago after living in Hawaii for 25 years. She graduated from the University of Maine and is a licensed civil engineer and also holds an associates degree in architectural engineering. The majority of her career has been spent working on large scale real estate projects throughout the Hawaiian islands. She has been involved in a variety of projects including affordable housing, luxury residential neighborhoods, high rise condos, private beach clubs, large lot subdivisions, waste water treatment plants, archaeological digs, and even golf course construction. The last 5 years in Hawaii Amy was employed by the US District Courts overseeing a $120 million dollar renovation of the Hawaii Federal Courthouse, while it was in use and occupied.
Amy transferred with the Courts to the Southern Alabama District to oversee the construction of the new courthouse as well as the renovation of the James Campbell courthouse in downtown Mobile. She lives in Baldwin County and has become a member of the Fairhope Yacht Club.