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AMERICAN COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING COMPANIES OF GEORGIA 2013-2014 Membership Directory TA b l e o F C o n T e n T s List of Advertisers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 About the American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 ACEC Georgia ~ Leadership 2013-2014 Board of Directors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8 ACEC Georgia Staff . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Letter from Jerry C. (Jay) Wolverton Jr., PE, President ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 ACEC Georgia Fellows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 About Professional Development Hours (PDH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Commonly Asked Questions About ACEC Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 The Value of ACEC Georgia . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 ACEC Georgia R. Berl Elder Memorial Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Serving the Public by Providing Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 ACEC Georgia Life Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Engineering Excellence Awards 2013 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Member Firms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Affiliate Members . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Qualifications-Based Selection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 ACEC Georgia Member Specialty Matrix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78

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AMeRICAn CoUnCIl oF enGIneeRInG CoMPAnIes oF GeoRGIA American Council of engineering Companies of Georgia • 233 Peachtree street Harris Tower, #700 • Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Phone: (404) 521-2324 Fax: (404) 521-0283 e-mail: info@acecga.org Website: acecga.org Cost is: $45 for non-members, $15 for students Production, Planning, and execution of the ACeC Georgia Membership Directory & engineering Firm Guide by: Michael l. “sully” sullivan, President & Ceo Gwen D. brandon, Chief operating officer Mia Wilson, Accounting Manager & ACeC Georgia Directory Manager Kathy belcher, Member services Manager Advertising Direction: Pete Frey Design & Production: A4 Inc. Printing: Cummings Printing

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LIST OF DIRECTORY ADVERTISERS Aecom . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Amec . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Anderson Corporate Solutions . . . . . . . .3 Atkins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Atlantic Coast Consulting . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Ayres Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Burns and McDonnell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Cardno / ATC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Cardno / TBE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 CDM Smith . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Clark Patterson Lee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Crow Friedman Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Deemer, Dana & Froehle . . . .Back Cover Edwards-Pitman Environmental . . . . . . . .5 Engineered Restorations . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 G. Ben Turnipseed Engineers . . . . . . . . .13 Geocomp Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . .22 Georgia Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 GeoSyntec Consultants . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Golder Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Hayward Baker . . . . . . .Inside Back Cover HDR . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 Heath and Lineback Engineers . . . . . . . .7

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HNTB Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 JAT Consulting Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Keck and Wood Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Kimley-Horn and Associates . . . . . . . . .12 McDonough Bolyard Peck . . . . . . . . . . . .6 MH Miles Co. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 New South Associates . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Nova Engineering and Environmental . . .9 Patterson and Dewar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .34 Photo Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24 Pond and Company . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Prime Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Reynolds, Smith and Hills . . . . . . . . . . . .24 RHD Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 Rosser International . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 S&ME Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 Schnabel Engineering South . . . . . . . . . .23 SiltSaver . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Stantec Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Stevenson and Palmer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 STV / Ralph Whitehead Associates . . . . .4 Terracon . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73 THC Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77

T. Wayne Owens and Associates . . . . . .15 Thomas and Hutton Engineering . . . . .14 URS Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 United Consulting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Uzun and Case Engineers . . . . . . . . . . .23 W.R. Toole Engineers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77 Willmer Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Wolverton and Associates . . . . . . . . . . .22 FEDERAL OIL & GAS INFRASTRUCTURE POWER INDUSTRIAL

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About American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia Formed in 1956 as a self-governing, Georgia non-profit corporation with the mission of advancing the business and profession of engineering in Georgia. ACEC Georgia accomplishes this mission by delivering on the three core pillars of our Value Proposition:

ACEC is the largest national organization of engineers engaged in the independent practice of consulting engineering.

PolITICAl ADVoCACY ~ Serving as the voice of the business of engineering at every level of government.

our Vision The American Council of Engineering Companies will be the organization leading the business interests of firms providing professional knowledge and services for the built environment.

bUsIness DeVeloPMenT ~ Creating networking opportunities, meetings and programs that connect our members to potential clients, partners and the other leaders of the engineering industry. Helping to develop the business and marketing skills of the future leaders of the engineering profession. FIRM oPeRATIons ~ Providing programs and resources that highlight best business practices, leadership development, and technology. Providing a forum for the exchange of business and professional knowledge. ACEC Georgia represents more than 200 Members, which employ more than 7,000 people in Georgia. ACEC Georgia Member Firms are consulting engineering firms from across the spectrum of engineering disciplines, with permanent offices in the State of Georgia that are staffed by qualified and registered professional engineers.

Members subscribe to the Code of Professional Conduct of the American Council of Engineering Companies.

About our Members • Consists of both Regular and Affiliate membership categories •

Regular Member firms have as their principal business the practice of consulting engineering, environmental, technical and management services

Regular Members represent all engineering disciplines and services, and range in size from 1-person firms to firms with thousands of employees

Staffed by qualified and registered engineers, Regular Members maintain permanent offices in the State of Georgia and are licensed to practice engineering by the Georgia State Board of Registration

• ACEC Georgia also represents Affiliate Member firms, which provide professional services or products to Member Firms or which are complementary to the ACEC Georgia’s mission. Only firms judged to be ineligible for membership as a Member Firm are eligible to become Affiliate Members. ACEC Georgia is a member organization of the American Council of Engineering Companies, a national federation of 51 state and regional organizations headquartered in Washington, DC.

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Affiliate Members provide professional services or products to Member Firms or which are complementary to ACEC Georgia’s mission

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airports terminal facilities water resources development water supply flood control wastewater treatment industrial water treatment solid waste disposal foundations and subsurface soil conditions engineering services for buildings of many kinds—factories, plants, warehouses, power plants, banks, hospitals, churches, schools, offices, apartments, shopping centers, stadiums, hotels and others

Non-design services include: • construction cost estimates • financial analysis • groundwater contamination assessments • environmental studies • forensics • hydrologic studies • construction management • regulatory permit negotiations • public policy evaluation • other technical activities The profession of consulting engineering is committed to serving the public interest and to providing both the technology and expertise to improve our way of life. What we do truly is all around you. v

About the services of Professional Consulting engineers Consulting engineering firms offer a variety of services, including consultations, investigations and reports; engineering design; and construction-related services. The types of projects that a consulting engineering firm may be called on to design include: • highways • bridges ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


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AMERICAN COUNCIL OF ENGINEERING COMPANIES OF GEORGIA Leadership 2013-2014 – Board of Directors

Front, l-r: Taylor Wright (Atkins North America); Jay Wolverton, Chair (Wolverton & Associates); Anita Atkinson (Patterson & Dewar Engineers); Eddie Williams (Keck & Wood, Inc.); Darrell Rochester (Rochester & Associates) Back, l-r: Doug Robinson (Walter P Moore); David Wright (Neel-Schaffer); David McFarlin (Long Engineering); Kevin McOmber (Clark Patterson Lee); David Estes (Ayres Associates); John Heath (Heath & Lineback Engineers); Charles Ezelle (omas & Hutton Engineering) Not pictured: Jim Case (Uzun & Case Engineers); Scott Gero (AECOM); Don Harris (URS Corporation); Rob Lewis (HNTB Corporation); Roseana Richards (Pond & Company)

PAST PRESIDENTS Ralph Bush, PE Berl Elder, PE Benjamin S. Persons, PE T. Z. Chastain, PE John E. Anderson, PE Thomas E. Blakely, PE James T. Mundy, PE Britt Alderman, Jr., PE Laurence W. Dabney, PE Lewis L. Zickel, PE Robert L. Boehmig, PE Preston E. Newman, PE T. E. Stivers, PE Paul C. Rosser, PE W. F. Peck, PE Karl T. Decker, Jr., PE Charles H. Jones, PE Andrew J. Gravino, PE Walter L. Hibble, PE 8

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H. Alfred Bolton, III, PE Peter H. Giles, PE Thomas B. Harrell, Jr., PE Derek C. C. Peters, Jr., PE Randolph Goulding, PE Edward W. Davidson Jr., PE Elmo A. Richardson, Jr., PE Robert H. Sparks, PE Rex T. Pless, PE James A. Cape, PE Robert F. Peoples, PE Joe A. Hastey, PE William L. Jorden, PE Joe T. Wright, PE W. J. van Reenen, PE Donald E. Hill, PE Richard DeYoung, PE Thomas C. Leslie, PE J. Al Pond, PE

1977-78 1978-79 1979-80 1980-81 1981-82 1982-83 1983-84 1984-85 1985-86 1986-87 1987-88 1988-89 1989-90 1991-91 1991-92 1992-93 1993-94 1994 1994-96

Dale A. Gaines, PE

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Patricia F. Mahoney, PE

1997-98

Wendell P. Palmer, PE

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Donald E. Kinser, PE

1998-00

Tom Gorman, PE

2000-01

G. Edward Ellis,PE

2001-02

Donald Allen, PE

2002-03

Christopher Quigley, PE

2003-04

Scott Smelter, PE

2004-05

Bruce Moulds, PE

2005-06

Richard K. Little

2006-07

Doris I. Willmer, PE

2007-08

Jeffery G. Dingle, PE

2008-09

William R. Toole, PE

2009-10

Thomas D. Gambino, PE

2010-11

James R. Hamilton, PE

2011-12

Edgar G. Williams, PE

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ACEC GEORGIA STAFF Michael l. “sully” sullivan President & Ceo • Leadership & Governance • Government Relations & Public Affairs • Political Action Committee • External Relations Gwen D. brandon, CAe | Chief operating officer • Operations & Office Management • Finance & Budget • Future Leaders Program Kathy belcher | Member services Manager • Member Services • Membership Recruitment & Retention • Program Development • Event Planning Mia Wilson | Accounting Manager • Dues/Invoices • Accounts Receivable/Payable • Database Maintenance • ACEC Georgia’s R. Berl Elder Memorial Scholarship

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(l-r): Michael Sullivan, Gwen Brandon, Kathy Belcher & Mia Wilson

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Dear ACEC Georgia Members and Friends: It is with great pleasure that we present the 2013-2014 ACEC Georgia Membership Directory. Inside you will find detailed information on the best engineering firms in our state and the services they provide. We also have the listing of our affiliate members whose business roles are of great support to the engineering profession. ACEC Georgia is organized to protect and promote the business needs of the engineering profession. The guiding principles of our organization are political advocacy, business development and firm operations. Our member firms not only provide exceptional engineering but they also believe in these great principles which makes them more than just an engineering firm. In this publication you will find great information that explains the value of ACEC Georgia. You will learn about our group’s leadership and great staff. You can also learn valuable information on important issues such as Quality Based Selection (QBS) and professional development hours required to maintain your license. This is your guide to all that ACEC does. Thank you to our members for all you do to promote the health, safety and well-being of the public. Let me encourage you to find your niche and get involved. There are great things going on at ACEC Georgia. Come be a part of all that is happening.

Sincerely,

Jerry C. (Jay) Wolverton, Jr., P.E. Wolverton & Associates, Inc. Chairman of ACEC Georgia

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ACEC GEORGIA FELLOWS American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia Fellows represents those individuals who have been principals of a member firm for five years or more; who have served ACEC or a member organization with distinction as an officer, director or active committee member; and who have nobly contributed to the advancement of consulting engineering. These members were nominated for this honor based on their achievements, and we commend them for their contributions. T.Z. Chastain, Pe Consulting Engineer 2336 Leafmore Dr. Decatur, GA 30033

Thomas b. Harrell Jr., Pe Robinson Associates 2925 Sawnee Lake Lane Cumming, GA 30040

elmo A. Richardson, Jr., Pe Stantec Consulting Services 4875 Riverside Drive Macon, GA 31210

edward W. Davidson, Jr., Pe Rosser International, Inc. 524 W. Peachtree Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30308

Charles H. Jones, Pe White Oak Farms 3856 Mt. Paran Church Road Social Circle, GA 30025

Doris I. Willmer, Pe Willmer Engineering Inc. 3772 Pleasantdale Road Suite 165 Atlanta, GA 30340-4270

Harold A. Dombeck, Pe Dombeck Associates, Inc. 1775 Noblin Summit Drive, N.W. Duluth, GA 30097-7308

Preston e. newman, Pe Consulting Engineer 15 Oakfield Drive Rome, GA 30161

F. Vreeland George, Pe 201 Wheeler Street Savannah, GA 31405

Rex T. Pless, Pe Bennett & Pless, Inc. 3395 Northeast Expressway Dartmouth Bldg, Suite 110 Atlanta, GA 30341

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Dave Wright, Pe Neel-Schaffer, Inc. 275 Corporate Center Drive Suite C Stockbridge, GA 30281

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ABOUT PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT HOURS (PDH) Requirements for Professional engineers ACEC Georgia provides excellent Professional Development Hour (PDH) opportunities for members at a fraction of the cost of continuing education programs offered elsewhere. Not only does ACEC Georgia help members meet the state requirements for licensing, but it doubles the benefits for participants by also helping them develop valuable contacts within their professional and business community. In addition to PDH technical sessions at the ACEC Georgia Annual Meeting each summer other seminars are held throughout the year. Please visit the ACEC Georgia website at www.acecga.org to find out more about upcoming PDH opportunities. Rule for Professional engineers & land surveyors Chapter 180-11 Continuing Professional Competency 180-11-.01 Introduction. Beginning January 1, 1997, as stated in O.C.G.A. 43-15-6(b), “. . . which begins after the 1996 renewal cycle,” every registrant shall meet the continuing professional competency requirements of these rules for professional development as a condition for licensure renewal.

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Continuing Education Course. A course, seminar, workshop or other professional or technical presentation or activity taken or attended for the purpose of maintaining, improving, or expanding the skills and knowledge relevant to the registrant’s practice.

been accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, or a technical course that is specifically relevant to engineering or surveying, which is offered by a college, university, or other institution.

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Continuing Education Unit. The unit of measure attributed to Continuing Education Courses is a Continuing Education Unit or CEU. Ten (10) hours of class in a Continuing Education Course equals one (1) Continuing Education Unit.

(e) College/Unit Semester/Quarter Hour. A College/Unit Semester/ Quarter Hour is a unit of measure attributed by the offering college, university, or institution, to a particular course, which is translated into PDH’s by operation of Rule 180-11.04 of this Chapter.

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College Course. When used in this Chapter, a College course is a technical course in a curriculum which has

(f ) Registrant. When used in this Chapter, a person who is licensed as either a professional engineer or a land surveyor is deemed to be a registrant.

180-11-.02 Definitions. Terms used in this section are defined as follows: (a) Professional Development Hour. The numerical unit of measure used in calculating compliance with this Chapter is a Professional Development Hour or PDH. All units and hours attributed to the courses and activities acceptable in satisfying this Chapter’s requirements are translated into PDH’s by operation of Rule 18011-.04 of this Chapter. (b) Course/Activity. Any qualifying course or activity with a clear purpose and objective which will maintain, improve, or expand the skills and knowledge relevant to the land surveyor’s or professional engineer’s practice. (c) Continuing Education Course/Unit. 12

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(g) Dual Registrant. When used in this Chapter, a person who is licensed as both a professional engineer and a land surveyor is deemed to be a dual registrant. (h) Board. The State Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. (i) Sponsor. A sponsor is an organization, college, university, institution, or individual which provides a course/activity for which the professional engineer or land surveyor seeks to obtain Professional Development Hour credit. (j) Successful Completion of a Course/Activity. Satisfactory completion of a course/activity taken for the purpose of obtaining PDH’s means fulfilling the course or activity’s requirements and obtaining a certificate of completion or its equivalent.

period, a maximum of fifteen (15) PDH’s may be carried forward into the subsequent renewal period. At least one-third (1/3) of the PDH’s in a renewal period must be obtained in engineering, and one-third (1/3) in surveying. The remaining units may be in either field, at the discretion of the registrant. (4) PDH’s may be earned as follows: (a) Successful completion of college courses. (b) Successful completion of continuing education courses. (c) Successful completion of correspondence, televised, videotaped, audiotaped, and other short courses/tutorials taken for the purpose of maintain-

ing, improving, or expanding the skills and knowledge relevant to the land surveyor’s or professional engineer’s practice. (d) Presenting or attending seminars, inhouse courses, workshops, or professional or technical presentations made at meetings, conventions or conferences which are relevant to the land surveyor’s or professional engineer’s practice. (e) Teaching or instructing in any area relevant to the land surveyor’s or professional engineer’s practice. (f ) Authoring published papers, articles, or books in any area relevant to the land surveyor’s or professional engineer’s practice.

180-11-.03 Requirements. (1) Professional Engineers. Every professional engineer is required to obtain thirty (30) PDH’s each twenty-four (24) month (Biennial) renewal period. If a professional engineer exceeds the requirements in any biennial renewal period, a maximum of fifteen (15) PDH’s may be carried forward into the subsequent renewal period. (2) Land Surveyors. Every land surveyor is required to obtain fifteen (15) PDH’s each twenty-four (24) month biennial renewal period. In addition, every land surveyor must ensure that, once every five (5) years, at least six (6) PDH’s in “Minimum Technical Standards” be included in their PDH’s acquired. If a land surveyor exceeds the requirements in any biennial period, a maximum of seven and one-half (7.5) PDH’s may be carried forward into the subsequent renewal period. (3) Dual Registrants. The person with a dual license is required to obtain thirty (30) PDH units for a twenty-four (24) month (Biennial) renewal period. If a dual registrant exceeds the requirement in any Biennial renewal ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

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(g) Active participation in professional or technical societies. (For professional engineers only.)

each course, class, seminar, meeting, and any other method of satisfying the requirements of this Chapter.

(h) Receiving patents in any area relevant to the land surveyor’s or professional engineer’s practice.

180-11-.06 Recordkeeping. To ensure compliance of continuing education, the Board shall randomly audit a number of registrants. Registrants licensed by way of examination or comity, shall be exempt from continuing education requirements for their first renewal period. Maintaining records to be used to support PDH’s Claimed, is the responsibility of the registrant. Records required include: (a) A log showing the type of activity, sponsoring organization, location, duration, instructor’s or speaker’s name, and PDH’s earned.

180-11-.04 Units The conversion of other units of credit to Professional Development Hours is as follows: (1) One (1) college or unit semester hour: 45 PDH (2) One (1) college or unit quarter hour: 30 PDH (3) One (1) Continuing Education Unit: 10 PDH (4) One (1) Hour of professional development in coursework, seminars, or professional or technical presentations made at meetings, conventions, conferences, or examination preparation. (5) For teaching of professional development coursework as in 180-11-.04, apply a multiple of two (2). Teaching credit valid for teaching a course or seminar for the first time only. Teaching does not apply to full-time faculty.

(b) Attendance verification records in the form of completion certificates, or other documents supporting evidence of attendance; or records as maintained by professional organizations, or other similar repositories designated by the Board. (c) The log and records described in Rule 180-11-.06(a) and (b) must be maintained for a period of four years and copies may be requested by the Board

for audit verification purposes. 180-11-.07 Exemptions. A registrant is exempt from the professional development education requirements under any of the following circumstances: (1) Registrants licensed by way of examination or comity, shall be exempt for their first renewal period. (2) A professional engineer serving on temporary duty in the armed forces of the United States for a period of time exceeding one hundred twenty (120) consecutive days shall be exempt from obtaining 15 of the professional development hours required during that biennial period in which the majority of the days of duty fall. Likewise, a land surveyor shall be exempt from obtaining 7.5 professional development hours during that biennial period. (3) Registrants experiencing physical disability, illness, or other extenuating circumstances as approved by the Board may be exempt. Supporting documentation must be furnished to the Board.

(6) Authorizing published papers, articles, or books in any area relevant to the land surveryor’s or professional engineer’s practice: 10 PDH (7) Active participation in professional and technical society (for professional engineers only): 2 PDH (8) Each patent in any area relevant to the land surveyor’s or profess iona l engineer’s practice: 10 PDH 180-11-.05 Determination of Credits. The Board has the final authority regarding: (a) Approval of courses, classes, seminars, meetings, and all other methods of satisfying the requirements of this Chapter; and (b) The number of PDH’s allocated to 14

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(4) Registrants over the age of 65 who have applied for an inactive license, who list their occupation as “Retired” or “Inactive” on the Board-approved renewal form, and who further certify that they are no longer receiving any remuneration from providing professional engineering or land surveying services shall be exempt from professional development hours. In the event such a person elects to return to active practice of professional engineering or land surveying, professional development hours must be earned as described in “180-11-.08 Reinstatement” before returning to active practice.

ed credit during the current biennial period. In order to ensure compliance with O.C.G.A. 43-15-6(b), the Board shall audit some registrants at a later date and will instruct them to submit this form to the Board office, signed and certified. The form must supply sufficient detail relevant to continuing education hours claimed in

order to permit the Board to complete its audit. v To contact the Georgia state board of Registration for Professional engineers and land surveyors: 478-207-1450 or www.sos.state.ga.us/ebd-pels

(5) Individuals who qualify for exemption by way of paragraph (4) above may continue to use the words Professional Engineer (or P.E.), or Land Surveyor (or L.S.) as appropriate, after their names as long as they continue to fall under the restrictions specified and are not actively practicing engineering or land surveying. 180-11-.08 Reinstatement. A registrant may bring an inactive or suspended (provided all other conditions of the suspension are filled) license to active status by obtaining all delinquent PDH’s. A MINIMUM OF 15 PDH’s are required for each year in an inactive or suspended status for professional engineers and 7.5 PDH’s for land surveyors, up to a maximum of 30 PDH’s for professional engineers and 15 PDH’s for land surveyors. 180-11-.09 Comity/ Out-of-Georgia Resident. The Board shall recognize the continuing education requirements imposed by other states to the extent that such continuing education courses meet the requirements imposed by the Board. Comity/Out-ofGeorgia residents will be required to keep recordkeeping as listed under Rule 18011-.06. 180-11-.10 Forms. Included with all license renewal applications will be a continuing education summary log form that the registrant must use to summarize the professional development hours for which he/she has requestACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

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CoMMonlY AsKeD qUesTIons AboUT ACeC GeoRGIA AnD ITs MeMbeRs Can ACEC Georgia recommend using a particular member firm for a specific service? While ACEC Georgia staff members cannot specifically recommend a member firm to someone requesting a particular service, this Membership Directory provides contact information for more than 200 consulting engineering firms throughout Georgia, as well as a matrix that shows the engineering specialties of each Member Firm. ACEC Georgia Member Firms uphold the highest ethical and professional standards and adhere to the Code of Professional Conduct of the American Council of Engineering Companies as well as the registration and continuing education requirements for practicing consulting engineering in Georgia (as well as other states in which they might be registered). How is ACEC Georgia affiliated with American Council of Engineering Companies in Washington, D.C.? The American Council of Engineering Companies is a federation comprised of 51 state and regional Member Organizations (MOs), of which ACEC Georgia is the fifth largest. Nationally headquartered in Washington, D.C., ACEC’s membership is made up of the members of all 51 MOs. It is this strength in numbers that allows ACEC to speak with a unified and widely respected voice on matters that affect the engineering

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profession. The ACEC national PAC is among the top 5% of PACs in the nation in terms of amounts raised and contributed. Where can I get licensing information for professional engineers and surveyors? Matters concerning the licensing and regulation of professional engineers are handled by the Georgia Board of Registration for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. They can be reached at (478) 207-1450. Is there an on-line database of ACEC Georgia member information available? This directory, as well as a wealth of other information about ACEC Georgia and its Member Firms and Affiliate Members is available online at the ACEC Georgia website: www.acecga.org. How does ACEC Georgia membership differ from other professional engineering organizations? While there are many organizations which serve as professional societies for individual engineers or for those who practice within a certain engineering discipline, ACEC Georgia is the only organization that advocates on behalf of the business interests of engineering companies. While most of these other organizations offer individual memberships, ACEC Georgia members are

the companies and all employees within a Member Firm are welcome to participate in any ACEC Georgia activities that they believe will benefit them or their firm. All employees may attend meetings and seminars. How can I join ACEC Georgia? To find out more about becoming a Member Firm or Affiliate Member, please call us at (404) 521-2324 or visit our website at www.acecga.org. Can non-members participate in ACEC Georgia events? One of the benefits of ACEC Georgia membership is the ability to network and interact with the leaders of Georgia’s top engineering firms. While non-members may attend some of these events, there is an additional charge for non-members. For more information on how to become a member, please call the ACEC Georgia office at (404) 521-2324 or visit our website at www.acecga.org. v

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THE VALUE OF ACEC GEORGIA Serving your firm’s business interests through: PolITICAl ADVoCACY •

We advocate legislative efforts to advance the business issues and priorities for member engineers.

We promote a favorable business climate and protect against unfair business practices.

We monitor regulatory issues that affect engineers.

bUsIness DeVeloPMenT Networking with peers and associate members through: • Summits, monthly membership meetings, firm recognition and awards • •

FIRM oPeRATIons •

Forum for the exchange of business and professional experiences among members.

We advocate best practices for the member firms.

Summer Conference/Annual Meeting

We sponsor the Future Leaders Program.

Speakers who affect our industry and community

We provide executive development for emerging leaders and firm management.

We protect professional engineering practice.

Informative/relevant seminars and webinars For additional information on ACEC Georgia’s Value Proposition, please visit our website: www.acecga.org or call our office: (404) 521-2324.

ACEC GEORGIA R. BERL ELDER MEMORIAL SCHOLARSHIP A strong case can be made that R. Berl Elder was the founding father of ACEC Georgia. In 1955, he called a meeting of engineers in Macon to explore the creation of a state organization of consulting engineers that would affiliate with the newly created national association. By 1956, The Consulting Engineers Council of Georgia (CEC) was created and has grown ever since. In 1964, Berl Elder passed away at the age of 40. In his memory, CEC soon began a tradition of raising money for scholarships for students in engineering and awarding them as the R. Berl Elder Scholarship. These initial scholarships were founded on an annual basis by contributions from CEC members encouraged by an annual campaign. In 1978, a separate legal entity was established to facilitate scholarship donations and the creation of an endowment: the “R. Berl Elder Memorial Scholarship Foundation Trust.” The trustees of the endowment are appointed by the ACEC Georgia Board of Directors and include past presidents. Peter Giles, CEC President in 1978-79 led the effort to create the Trust and provided a major contribution to the Trust. During his 22 years of leadership, he managed the wise ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

2012 ACEC Georgia R. Berl Elder Scholarship Recipient Katelyn Randall receiving scholarship from Doris Willmer

2012 ACEC Georgia R. Berl Elder Scholarship Recipient Kathryn Trube receiving scholarship from Eddie Williams

investment of its assets and made additional substantial personal gifts. His final gift just before his death in 2000, was a $50,000 bequest from his estate. In a similar vein, when Richard (Buddy) DeYoung, CEC President in 1993-94 died in 1977, Hussey Gay, Bell, and DeYoung made a special gift of $10,000 to the Trust in his memory. The current value of the ACEC Georgia R. Berl Elder Scholarship endowment is over $200,000. It is held in trust at the

Georgia Engineering Foundation, under the supervision of the R. Berl Elder Memorial Scholarship Foundation Trustees. Scholarships are awarded annually from income from the endowment in the amount of $5,000 - $7,500 per year. The merit based scholarships are awarded to students enrolled at an ABET accredited engineering or engineering technology program in Georgia who have worked at an ACEC Georgia member firm during the preceding year. v 17


SERVING THE PUBLIC By Providing Solutions

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s is stated in the Preamble of the ACEC Professional and Ethical Conduct Guidelines, consulting engineering is an important and learned profession. Many of our modern day conveniences and our improved standard of living are the result of technological advances conceived, designed and implemented by engineers.

Engineers quietly and methodically provide solutions that have long-reaching effects on the world in which we live. To do so, they must adhere to a high level of ethical standards and must continually strive to serve the public interest. Because of engineering’s past contributions and present accomplishments, ACEC Georgia strongly believes in actively sup-

porting and promoting activities related to the future business and professional success of consulting engineers. At ACEC Georgia, we believe consulting engineering is about more than just a personal career choice. It’s about professional commitment, public service and perhaps most of all, dedication. v

ACEC PROFESSIONAL & ETHICAL CONDUCT GUIDELINES Disciplinary Procedure PReAMble Consulting engineering is an important and learned profession. The members of the profession recognize that their work has a direct and vital impact on the quality of life for all people. Accordingly, the services provided by consulting engineers require honesty, impartiality, fairness and equity and must be dedicated to the protection of public health, safety and welfare. In the

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practice of their profession, consulting engineers must perform under a standard of professional behavior which requires adherence to the highest principles of ethical conduct on behalf of the public, clients, employees and the profession.

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Hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public in the performance of their professional duties.

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Perform services only in areas of their competence.

I. Fundamental Canons Consulting engineers, in the fulfillment of their professional duties, shall:

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Issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner.

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Act in professional matters for each client as faithful agents or trustees.

safe for public health, property and welfare and in conformity with accepted standards.

Avoid improper solicitation of professional assignments. Rules of Practice Consulting engineers shall hold paramount the safety, health and welfare of the public in the performance of their professional duties. a. Consulting engineers shall at all times recognize that their primary obligation is to protect the safety, health, property and welfare of the public. If their professional judgment is overruled under circumstances where the safety, health, property or welfare of the public are endangered, they shall notify their client and such other authority as may be appropriate. b. Consulting engineers shall approve only engineering work which, to the best of their knowledge and belief, is

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b. Consulting engineers shall not affix their signatures to any plans or documents dealing with subject matter in which they lack competence nor to any plan or document not prepared under their direction and control.

c. Consulting engineers shall not reveal facts, data or information obtained in a professional capacity without the prior consent of the client except as authorized or required by law or these Guidelines.

c. Consulting engineers may accept an assignment outside of their fields of competence to the extent that their services are restricted to those phases of the project in which they are qualified and to the extent that they are satisfied that all other phases of such project will be performed by registered or otherwise qualified associates, consultants or employees, in which case they may then sign the documents for the total project

d.Consulting engineers shall not permit the use of their name or firm nor associate in business ventures with any person or firm which they have reason to believe is engaging in fraudulent or dishonest business or professional practices. 2.

Consulting engineers shall perform services only in the area of their competence. a. Consulting engineers shall undertake assignments only when qualified by education or experience in the specific technical fields involved.

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Consulting engineers shall issue public statements only in an objective and truthful manner. a. Consulting engineers shall be objective and truthful in professional

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reports, statements or testimony. They shall include all relevant and pertinent information in such reports, statements or testimony. b. Consulting engineers may express publicly a professional opinion on technical subjects only when that opinion is founded upon adequate knowledge of the facts and competence in the subject matter.

c. Consulting engineers in public service as members of a governmental body or department shall not participate in decisions with respect to professional services solicited or provided by them or their organizations in private engineering practices. d.Consulting engineers shall not solic-

it or accept a professional contract from a governmental body on which a principal or officer of their organization serves as a member. 5.

Consulting engineers shall avoid improper solicitation of professional assignments. a. Consulting engineers shall not falsi-

c. Consulting engineers shall issue no statements, criticisms, or arguments on technical matters which are inspired or paid for by interested parties, unless they have prefaced their comments by explicitly identifying the interested parties on whose behalf they are speaking and by revealing the existence of any interest they may have in the matters. 4.

Consulting engineers shall act in professional matters for each client as faithful agents or trustees. a. Consulting engineers shall disclose all known or potential conflicts of interest to their clients by promptly informing them of any business association, interest or other circumstances which could influence their judgment or the quality of their services. b. Consulting engineers shall not accept compensation, financial or otherwise, from more than one party for services on the same project, or for services pertaining to the same project, unless the circumstances are fully disclosed to, and agreed to by, all interested parties.

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or past accomplishments with the intent and purpose of enhancing their qualifications and their work. b. Consulting engineers shall not offer, give, solicit or receive, either directly or indirectly, any political contribution in an amount intended to influence the award of a contract by public authority, or which may be reasonably construed by the public of

having the effect or intent to influence the award of the contract. They shall not offer any gift or other valuable consideration in order to secure work. They shall not pay a commission, percentage or brokerage fee in order to secure work except to a bona fide employee or bona fide established commercial or marketing agencies retained by them. v

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ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE AWARDS 2013 GRAND AWARD Maynard Holbrook Jackson, Jr. Boulevard at HartsfieldJackson Atlanta International Airport

STATE AWARDS Atlanta Metropolitan College Academic Sciences Building Atlanta, Georgia Benjamin E. Mays High School Renovation Atlanta, Georgia Georgia Tech Clough Commons Cistern Atlanta, Georgia Lady Antebellum Pavilion Evans, Georgia

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Emory Hospital Midtown ICU Expansion Atlanta, Georgia

Terminal Design and Construction-Plains all-American Pipeline, LP Cotulla, Texas

Fort Jackson Starship Quad Dining Facility Fort Jackson, South Carolina GA Tech Transit Hub Atlanta, Georgia

Widening of SR 324/Gravel Springs Road Over I-85 Gwinnett County, Georgia

Georgia Tech Kessler Campanile Fountain Restoration Atlanta, Georgia Macon Water Authority Lennox-to-Corbin Interceptor Sewer Macon, Georgia Roosevelt Memorial Airport Improvements Warm Springs, Georgia Saint-Gobain ISO 14001 Certification Watervliet, New York

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GRAND AWARD 2013 THE ASCEND JOINT VENTURE AND THE AIS JOINT VENTURE CONNECT GEORGIA TO THE REST OF THE WORLD WITH THE MAYNARD HOLBROOK JACKSON JR.BOULEVARD RECONFIGURATION PROJECT The Maynard Holbrook Jackson Jr. Boulevard reconfiguration at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (HJAIA) was completed by the Ascend and Aviation Infrastructure Solutions Joint Ventures in May 2012. The Ascend Joint Venture is comprised of Atkins, Prime engineering, Delon Hampton & Associates, and street smarts (stantec). The AIS Joint Venture is comprised of Long Engineering, Michael Baker Jr. Inc., and Pond & Company. Sub consultants Brindley-Peters and Associates, Harrington Engineers, The Loretta Washington Group, Key Engineering, and Wilmer Engineering also assisted in the project. Due to a sharp increase in international travel that has occurred over the last decade, HJAIA concluded that a new International Terminal with separate access from Interstate-75 was needed in order to continue the first rate service experienced by those who utilize the airport. The Maynard Holbrook Jackson Jr. Boulevard was designed and constructed in order to connect Georgia with the rest of the world via this new international terminal. The two joint ventures used several innovative techniques to overcome a myriad of design challenges in creating a new entrance to what has been the world’s busiest airport for fourteen consecutive years. The project reconfigured two parallel service roadways into one interconnected network that utilized a unique three tiered elevated roadway system to convey terminal patrons to their destination. The collaborative project exceeded the expectations of HJAIA. Jorge Cortes, Assistant Director of Design Planning and Development for HJAIA stated, “the thoroughness and quality of the design documents produced were the basis for competitive bids with very few change orders throughout the construction phase.” Cortes also noted that “the completed Elevated and At-Grade roadway system provides an impressive and efficient new entrance to the Maynard H. Jackson Jr. International Terminal and second entrance to Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport. The roadway system serves as the passenger’s first impression of the International Terminal facility which provides a sense of welcome, ease, and excitement.” v 26

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more transparency. The walkway canopy rises from the second floor at one end to meet the building main roof at the other as one enters the campus and is intended as an architectural design feature. The two roof cantilever elements each extend more than 45 feet past the point of support and are intended as dramatic elements at the end of the walkway canopies. The cantilevers also taper along their length to form a point at the ends and have a trelACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

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scientific activities within. The courtyard cladding materials were thus chosen to be transparent glass, while the other faces were masonry. The canopy on the courtyard side that leads from the main entry of the campus to the heart of the campus rises to suggest opportunity through its perspective. The intent is that the students passing under this canopy will become engaged with the visual science activities in the building, as seen through the transparent windows. The Atlanta Metropolitan College Academic Sciences Building met the client’s budget requirements of $11.9M while producing an iconic building for the main campus entry. The architectural expression of showcasing the science learning within and the positive message of opportunity through its perspective create an engaging environment for teaching learning for the future generation. v

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The new Atlanta Metropolitan College Academic Sciences Building is a 55,767 square foot, two-story building located adjacent to the main entrance of campus. The construction budget was $11.9 million and it was completed in April of 2012. Uzun & Case Engineers, the structural engineer of record, worked for Paul Cheeks Architects in association with Cooper Carry Inc., project design architects. The architect and owner desired to have some very strong and dramatic visual elements for this building, as it was located at the main campus entry. The resulting building structure consists of a structural steel braced frame with the second floor structure as a composite concrete slab on steel beams. The roof structure is primarily bar joists with metal decking. Foundations are spread footings on improved and compacted soil. The three dramatic design elements to this building, which were desired by the architect and owner, are the walkway canopy and the two extraordinarily long cantilever roofs. The canopy over the walkway is supported by small structural frames oriented perpendicular to the street rather than to the canopy orientation in order to accommodate architectural design. As in typical walkway canopies, the structure of these elements was kept at a minimum to allow

lis element built in. The cantilever roofs are located at the northeast and southwest corners of the roof and are structured with large structural steel beams. Both cantilevers have trellis features built into the roof for architectural design effect. These cantilever beams extend back over several columns continuously to allow for stiffer back-spans, controlling deflections. The fact that the spans are so long made the calculations even more exacting and critical. This project shows how structural engineering design can be applied beyond the normal range to create extreme elements in order to realize an architectural concept for the benefit of the Atlanta Metropolitan College and its students. The Academic Sciences Building is intended to be a cornerstone of the campus main entry, positioned as a visual anchor and gateway. The courtyard was oriented to the street to engage public interest in the 27


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BENJAMIN E. MAYS HIGH SCHOOL RENOVATION The newly renovated Benjamin E. Mays High School represents how an aged building can be transformed into a modern learning facility through creative engineering at a fraction of the economic and environmental cost of replacing the entire facility. A student sitting in the new media center at May’s High School, looking out through its 60-foot-tall glass curtain wall into the courtyard, while bathed in natural light from the clearstory windows just below the roof itself supported by elegant cable-stayed steel king post trusses, would find it hard to imagine how this space was experienced by his or her older siblings only a few short years before. Prior to the reno-

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vation, this space had no view of the courtyard or the sky above. The low ceiling consisted of drop in tiles and fluorescent lights. In short, the space was dark, disorienting, devoid of natural light, and not conducive to learning. In order to accomplish such a stunning transformation, Uzun and Case

Engineers, working in close collaboration with Perkins + Will Architects, had to overcome a myriad of challenges associated with modifying and renovating a 30 year old structure. These challenges included devising a new lateral resisting system, reinforcing the existing floors with carbon fiber reinforced polymer wraps and external post tensioning, and performing sophisticated fire analyses to meet the fire rating requirements of the current building code. The result has set a benchmark for what is achievable through the renovation and reuse of existing structures in the Atlanta Public School system. The completely renovated 340,000 square-foot facility includes a new media center, cafeteria, entry lobby, theater, practice gym, and four new career based academies.v

CLOUGH COMMONS CISTERN TREATS, STORES AND DISTRIBUTES HARVESTED STORM AND CONDENSATE WATER The sustainability program for the Clough Commons project at Georgia Tech included harvesting storm and condensate water for flushing toilets in Clough Commons, and for irrigation that resulted in the Clough Commons Cistern. Facility Design Group conceived, planned, and designed the 1.4 million gallon underground Cistern to treat, store, and distribute harvested storm and condensate water. Facility Design Group provided full structural and civil engineering design services, specific architectural services, and contract administration services for the G. Wayne Clough Undergraduate Learning Commons (Clough Commons) project on the campus of Georgia Tech. The five-story, 220,000 square foot building houses classrooms, science laboratories, academic services, common areas, and is connected to the Georgia Tech 28

Library. Named in honor of President Emeritus G. Wayne Clough, the Clough Commons project cost $85 million, and opened in the fall of 2011. Clough Commons is currently in the final stages of receiving Platinum LEED Certification so sustainability was paramount for its planning, design, and construction. The building’s sustainable features include locally sourced materials, native landscaping, green roof, rooftop solar panel array, innovative water recycling (89 percent projected reuse), and the Clough Commons Cistern. The Cistern is located underneath the northern portion of Tech Green, so it was imperative that its presence not interfere with Tech Green’s social aspects. With a footprint of about 10,383 square feet, one would not know the Cistern exists without being informed of its presence. v

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A new state-of-the-art intensive care unit and the connecting patient bridge at Emory University Midtown Hospital opened its doors in June 2012. This $4.975 million endeavor features a 10,200 square foot renovation of 12 Intensive Care Unit and hitech support spaces in the Peachtree building, and a construction of a new patient transport bridge. While the ICU is designed to provide the most advanced technology in critical care design, the importance of the bridge to the hospital and community can’t be overlooked. This 2,400-foot structure physically connects the Intensive Care Unit in Peachtree Building and the CT Surgical Suite in the MOT Building while symbolizing the importance seconds make in the daily battles for patients’ lives. The bridge reduces staff time in transporting patients with very delicate outlooks, minimizing those patients’ risks during transit and offering them a greater chance of recovery. ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

The structure, topped off by an environmentally-friendly, exposed tongue and groove structural wood roof deck, sits on top of a fully accessible five-foot, elevated stage. The structure also envelops a comfortable backstage and green room area for the performers, which serves as the backdrop for their stage performances. The Pavilion, situated with lawn seating for 4,000, can also be set up with priority and bleacher seating as well as secure areas for performers. The group Lady Antebellum christened the pavilion in October of 2011 with a dedication charity concert. This event drew the largest crowd ever assembled for one event in the county’s history. v

HONOR AWARD In addition to its functionality, the bridge stands as a connecting building block that is a compositional element within the existing landscape and courtyard. The form compliments the surrounding building masses and, while it is a formidable structure, it ‘hovers’ above the courtyard, therefore minimizing its presence. From a design standpoint, this project presented numerous challenges. The design team of Uzun & Case Engineers, Cooper Carry Architects, and FreemanWhite Architects was confronted with preserving an existing fish pond, not disturbing critical utilities, and ensuring comfortable passage between the existing buildings. This imposed constraints that were very complex in terms of vertical, horizontal, and support geometry. The Emory University Hospital Midtown Intensive Care Unit Renovation and Bridge Expansion project met and exceeded the client’s ambitious project goals. v 29

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The Lady Antebellum Pavilion in the Evans Towne Center Park has already become one of the most recognizable ‘Showcase Structures’ in the Augusta, Georgia area. Initially conceived as a park bandstand, the unique design, function and setting propelled it into international recognition as the namesake venue for home-grown singing sensations Lady Antebellum and Josh Kelley, and designed by Johnson Laschober and Associates. Completed in 2011, the pavilion is constructed of architecturally-exposed structural steel consisting of three primary curved steel trusses, radiating tube steel girders, and structural columns inclined in


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FORT JACKSON STARSHIP QUAD DINING FACILITY

Woolpert/KZF LLC was awarded for the firm’s efforts on a design-build contract for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineering Savannah District (USACE). Working closely with its construction partner, Balfour Beatty Construction, the Woolpert/KZF team provided full design services including project management, civil engineering, architecture, interior design, mechanical engineering, electrical engineering, fire protection, life safety, and plumbing engineering for the quad dining facility at Fort Jackson near Columbia, South Carolina. “Woolpert is honored to be part of this team with KZF and Balfour Beatty as a recipient of this year’s Engineering Excellence Award,” said

Dave Rickard, Woolpert senior vice president and director of design services. “We are particularly proud to have played a role with our design partner KZF in helping the 5,200 troops at Fort Jackson achieve greater efficiencies in their day-to-day functions so they can meet their mission.” The dining facility project consisted of replacing and consolidating four 1,300 soldier dining facilities from existing adjacent troop barracks into a new, single, 124,780- squarefoot facility. This unique arrangement allows the quick and efficient movement of the 5,200 troops per meal three times a day. v

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Sustainable and innovative design of the central Transit Hub at Georgia Tech wins recognition from Georgia Engineers Week. In the spring of 2010, Georgia Institute of Technology retained Southern Civil Engineers’ design team to design a new dropoff area for Tech Trolley bus. The site selected for this transit hub project is central to the Georgia Tech’s urban campus, adjacent to the Student Center and at the crossroad of several pedestrian corridors through campus. The site is also one of the oldest areas on campus. The site, once considered merely as a thoroughfare, has become the central hub for transportation and a destination for students and faculty members as it seamlessly weaves pedestrian and vehicular circulation. It has become functional in uses as it can accommodate trolleys and coach buses for various campus events along with pedestrians and bicycles. It has become a beautifully preserved natural landscape that strengthened the integrity and history of the campus identity. 30

Quoted by Howard Wertheimer, Director of Capital Planning and Space Management for Georgia Institute of Technology, “Georgia Tech has experienced phenomenal growth since we hosted the Centennial Olympic Games in 1996. During

this time, we have doubled our square footage to nearly 15M gsf and increased our student population from 12,000 students to over 21,000 students. During this time, as we carefully designed wonderful buildings on our campus, we invested an equal amount of time and energy designing the space between buildings, creating a campus that is both memorable and culturally responsive to the human and ecological landscape. Having just completed a 220,000 gsf building in the center of our campus that is connected to our main library, we realized the importance of linking this academic center with our transit system. We systematically developed a comprehensive design for central campus, linking it to the rest of our 400 acre campus with a new multi-modal Transit Hub. Designed to accommodate our three types of transit vehicles, along with a robust accommodation for pedestrians and cyclists, our new Transit Hub has far exceeded our expectations.” v ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


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tain. Working closely with specialized vendors, they examined and solved a multitude of issues, which included replacing the fountain’s deteriorated concrete, specifying new operational equipment, and constructing a new walk-in underground bunker for the fountain’s new operating equipment in limited space that had to blend with existing landscape. A unique enhancement is programming a wind speed monitor with new fountain pumps to choreograph the fountain by the wind. Other enhancements for the Fountain’s water treatment system included adding a media pressure filter, UV lights, and automating bromine feed. v

HONOR AWARD new Corbin Collection Structure where flow from the new 36-inch line and three additional 24-inch lines is distributed into the Corbin PS. At a 60-foot ‘choke-point’ between a home and the river the 36-inch sewer avoids sewer, water, and gas mains. With only nine inches available for vertical adjustment along the entire corridor, 95.7 percent of the pipe is installed at the minimum grade of 0.046 percent in order to fit below a 48-inch storm drain and above a 64-inch water main. Since the new pipeline entered service in March, 2011 there have been no sewage spills, including after the April 16, 2011, tornado which touched down directly on the recently abandoned Lennox PS. Millions of gallons of sewage did not spill into the Ocmulgee River.v 31

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A 30-inch sewer line runs from north Bibb County near I-75 and the Arkwright, Riverside, and Bass interchanges. The line reduced from 30-inch to 12-inch under railroad tracks at the Lennox Pump Station, which lifted the sewage to a shallower 21inch sewer line. Increased development, the 30-inch-to-12-inch ‘bottleneck,’ and the under-capacity Lennox PS caused numerous sewer spills into the Ocmulgee River since the 1980s. Hofstadter and Associates Inc. designed the Lennox-to-Corbin Interceptor Sewer for the Macon Water Authority, which desired to reduce the volume and frequency of sanitary sewer spills upstream of the water treatment plant intake. The new 36-inch gravity sewer intercepted the deep 30-inch line at a new Lennox Flow Splitter Structure, eliminated the ‘bottleneck,’ and bypassed the Lennox PS. It continues 16,098 linear feet downstream between the railroad and river buffer to a

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After sitting idle for 16 months, the Kessler Campanile Fountain at Georgia Tech was back in operation for the 2011 fall semester as scheduled. Being designated as an Olympic Historical Monument, the restoration maintains the original design intent of the fountain’s operation while enhancing its operation. In preparation of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, a plaza with the architectural fountain was constructed on the campus of Georgia Tech that became in need of restoration. The plaza is located at the northeast quadrant of the Student Center Complex and includes an amphitheater radiating from the fountain. Facility Design Group provided complete Architectural and Engineering Services for construction document design and construc-


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ROOSEVELT MEMORIAL AIRPORT IMPROVEMENTS

WK Dickson & Co. Inc. was presented with the Engineering Excellence Award by ACEC/Georgia for their work on a transformative grouping of projects at the Roosevelt Memorial Airport including: a 2,000 foot extension of the runway from 3,000 feet to 5,000 feet to accommodate business jet aircraft; the construction of new T-hangars to attract and accommodate additional based aircraft, and the firm’s role in Meriwether County’s acquisition and refurbishment of a large existing box hangar on the airfield. Business jet traffic translates into potential economic opportunities and jobs for the community. Additional based aircraft and an airport-based business, which will be

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located in the renovated main hangar, translate into revenue for the county. The development of a major automobile assembly plant nearby encouraged local leaders to move forward with plans to significantly expand their airport with the goal of attracting new industry and, therefore, new jobs. The planned expansion would ensure that the facility would become the significant economic generator envisioned for the community. WK Dickson’s engineering expertise, as well as their experience in aviation planning, and familiarity with FAA and GDOT, enabled them to assist with the leveraging of federal, state, and local resources. The firm worked proactively to bring key decision makers together to ensure that the projects moved forward smoothly and efficiently. The completion of these projects has set the tone for the future

growth of the facility and the community it serves. All involved stakeholders were required to make a significant commitment to turn this small facility into an economic engine for the community. v

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SAINT-GOBAIN ISO 14001 CERTIFICATION

In a collaborative effort to proactively manage the potential environmental impact of plant operations, Wenck Associates Inc. assisted the Saint-Gobain Corporation in obtaining ISO 14001:2004 certification of an environmental management system (EMS) at its Watervliet, New York, abrasives manufacturing facility in 2010. Working under an accelerated schedule to obtain certification in one-third of the usual time, in June 2010 Wenck launched the project by first assessing the facility for potential environmental impact and identifying existing systems in place at the facility that could be incorporated into the EMS. Wenck then assisted in selecting an overall EMS representative for the plant and members of a cross-functional team (CFT). The team was composed of key personnel who had in-depth knowledge of the operations in their departments and who could expedite EMS implementation and training. 32

Once the team was formed, project manager and lead technical consultant Tara Mc- Cullen provided in-depth ISO 14001 training to educate team members about EMS implementation and to arm them with the information they needed to put key EMS elements in place. Then they worked together to review more than 200 environmental aspects of plant operations and rank them for significance using the guidelines for ISO 14001, a set of international standards for environmental management systems. Objectives, targets, and programs within the EMS were developed next, with progress meeting benchmarks communicated company-wide to foster organizational pride in the EMS process. EMS documentation and plant-wide training followed, providing internal and external auditors with the materials they needed to verify that the facility’s EMS met the requirements of

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TERMINAL DESIGN & CONSTRUCTION-PLAINS ALL AMERICAN PIPELINE, LP

or both products to tanker trucks. The terminal needed to be designed to take advantage of ‘fracking,’ a technique that extracts oil and gas from shale in a method intended to be more environmentally conscious than traditional drilling methods. This

technology, if successful, could prove to be a vitally important transition technology between standard fossil fuel extraction methods and clean energy. Prime Engineering was tasked with designing and constructing the ten-bay truck loading terminal to ensure a total onsite storage capacity of 150,000 bbls of natural gas condensate liquids and daily throughput of 90,000 bbls. To meet a challenging schedule and reduce time to market, Prime Engineering used 3-D modeling techniques and software to create detailed designs in a variety of layouts. Doing so allowed the client to view, change, and select an appropriate layout in real time, letting design take place ahead of schedule.v

WIDENING OF SR 324/GRAVEL SPRINGS ROAD OVER I-85

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widening along I-85, and enhanced operational efficiency and flexibility.” State Route 324 is a major connection for commuter traffic to access I-85 and I985. It is also one of a number of east-west routes that traverse Gwinnett County linking residential areas to I-85 and I-985. The replacement bridge was designed with two

travel lanes in each direction, curb, and sidewalks and a 24’ raised concrete median. The concrete median can be removed to accommodate dual left turn lanes for a potential fullaccess or HOV interchange in the future. In addition to widening SR 324 to accommodate the anticipated traffic volumes, this project increased the radius of the vertical curve to improve sight distance across the bridge. Both side roads were relocated to intersect SR 324 further from the bridge to increase intersection separation as well as to accommodate a future full-service interchange with I-85. The future layout of I-85 and the interchange were closely coordinated to ensure adequate intersection spacing along SR 324 and clear span under the new bridge. v

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Gresham, Smith and Partners announces the completion of the replacement bridge for the State Route 324 bridge over Interstate 85. The project, designed by GS&P, is part of the existing Gwinnett County Department of Transportation’s widening of State Route 324 from State Route 20 to State Route 124 from a two-lane, rural section to a four-lane, divided urban facility. The replacement bridge serves to improve safety and operational efficiency and to provide for future transportation needs along I-85. “Prior to completion of the State Route 324 replacement bridge, there were safety issues for drivers and pedestrians and there were no provisions for the future widening and upgrade of Interstate 85,” commented Kent Black, P.E., Gresham, Smith and Partners. “Our experienced team provided design services that increased sight distance in the bridge approach area, created safer user conditions, accommodated for anticipated travel volume increases and all future

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Look at the news for any length of time, and you’ll see that energy generation, development, and use are a critical issues of our times, affecting political, social, and economic policy. Prime Engineering Inc. had the opportunity to design and build a trailblazing terminal facility that will serve as a keystone for national energy production and delivery. To help clients Velocity Ohio Midstream, LLC and Plains All American Pipeline, LP take advantage of this market, Prime Engineering Inc. was selected to design and build the first midstream oil products terminal located on a greenfield site atop the fuelrich Eagle Ford Shale Formation near Cotulla, Texas. This new truck-loading terminal needed to allow receipt of condensate or crude product via pipeline and delivery of either


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A&R Engineering Inc. Voting Representative: Abdul Amer 2160 Kingston Court, Suite O Marietta, GA 30067 Phone: (770) 690-9255 Fax: (770) 690-9210 E-mail: aamer@areng.com Website: www.areng.com

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Number of employees: 8 Principals: Abdul K. Amer, PE, PTOE A&R Engineering Inc. is a group of professionals with more than 50 years of combined traffic and transportation engineering experience in Georgia providing its clients the highest quality of engineering services. Services provided include: traffic evaluation for developments of regional impacts (DRI) per GRTA procedures; traffic impact studies; signal warrant studies; traffic engineering studies; traffic signal design/signal timing and construction support services; access/driveway design including intersection improvements; traffic signal and driveway permitting through Georgia DOT and city/county agencies; access and right-of-way coordination; traffic engineering services in support of rezoning and special land use permit cases; design and construction documents preparation for land disturbance permit related to access and roadway improvements; and coordination with contractors during construction of transportation projects.

AEC, Inc. Voting Representative: Charles McMillan 50 Warm Springs Circle Roswell, GA 30075

Bradley Riffel, ASLA; Mark Van DeWater, PE; Julie Miller, PE AEC specializes in civil/site design including the elements of sustainability and conservation, hydrology, hydraulics, and landscape architecture. AEC is involved in a variety of project types including large scale land planning, mixed use, retail and office development, institutional, residential and traditional neighborhood design, as well as various municipal projects ranging from one acre to more than three hundred acres in size.

AECOM Voting Representative: Garrick Edwards One Midtown Plaza 1360 Peachtree St., Suite 500 Atlanta, GA 30309 Phone: (404) 965-9600 Fax: (404) 965-9605 E-mail: garrick.edwards@aecom.com Website: www.aecom.com Number of employees: 202 Principals: Garrick L. Edwards, PE, Associate Vice President; Scott Gero, PE, Associate Vice President; Adelee LeGrand, AICP, Associate Vice President AECOM is a global leader in providing fully integrated professional, technical and management support services for a broad range of markets. From transportation, energy and waste systems, to enhancing environments and creating new buildings and communities, our vision is to make the world a better place.

Phone: (770) 641-1942 Fax: (770) 998-6924 E-mail: chm@aecatl.com Website: www.aecatl.com

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Number of employees: 10 Principals: Charles H. McMillan, PE; Chris Finke, PE; Steven Rowe, ASLA;

Voting Representative: Geoff Hebner 396 Plasters Ave Atlanta, GA 30324

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AMEC Environment & Infrastructure, Inc.

Phone: (404) 817-0323 Fax: (404) 817-0207 E-mail: geoffrey.hebner@amec.com Website: www.amec.com Number of employees: 365 Look for us on:

American Engineers, Inc. Voting Representative: Ben Quinn 2500 Nelson Miller Pkwy Louisville, KY 40202 Phone: (770) 421-8422 Fax: (770) 421-0064 E-mail: benq@aei.cc Website: www.aei.cc Number of employees: 16 Principals: Ben T. Quinn, Jr.; Tom Fravel; Rhandi Gallegos AEI has been providing professional engineering services for 30 years. These services include planning, design, project financing, construction supervision to a variety of public and private sector agencies and clients. More specifically, these services include transportation design for rural and urban highways and airports; land surveying; general civil engineering including site planning and design; stormwater system design for local and state agencies; construction inspection and testing

Andrews, Hammock & Powell, Inc. Voting Representative: Al Andrews 250 Charter Lane, Suite 100 Macon, GA 31210 Phone: (478) 405-8301 Fax: (478) 405-8210 E-mail: aandrews@ahpengr.com Website: www.ahpengr.com Number of employees: 20 Principals: James A. Andrews Jr.; Charles W. Hammock Jr.; R. Edward Powell Jr.; ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


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ARCADIS Voting Representative: Bruce McNitt 2410 Paces Ferry Road, Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: (770) 431-8666 Fax: (770) 435-2666 E-mail: bruce.mcnitt@arcadis-us.com Website: www.arcadis-us.com Number of employees: 240 Principals: Wassim Selman, Bruce McNitt; Marwan Abboud; W. Wynne Grubbs, Jr.; Tushar Talele ARCADIS is an international company providing consultancy, design, engineering, and management services in infrastructure, environment and buildings, to enhance mobility, sustainability and quality of life. ARCADIS develops, designs, implements, maintains and operates projects for companies and governments. With more than 15,000 employees and $2.8 billion in gross revenues; the company has an extensive international network supported by strong local market positions. Look for us on:

Atkins North America Inc. Voting Representative: Harry Rice 1600 RiverEdge Pkwy, NW, Suite 1600 Atlanta, GA 30328 ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

Number of employees: 265 Total capability planning, studies, design and construction services in three major sectors; transportation; highways, railroads, transit, bridges, airports, waterfront. Environmental; water supply, wastewater treatment, solid waste, drainage, flood studies, environmental assessments; land and facilities; site and facility planning, design, surveying, and permitting for residential, commercial, educational, industrial, and military uses. GIS Services; and aviation services. Look for us on:

Atlantic Coast Consulting Inc. Voting Representative: Murray Griffin 630 Colonial Park Drive, Suite 110 Roswell, GA 30075 Phone: (770) 594-5998 Fax: (770) 594-5967 E-mail: mgriffin@atlcc.net Website: www.atlcc.net Number of employees: 35 Principals: Murray K. Griffin, PE, CEO/President; Richard Deason, PE, COO; Robert Brown, PE, Vice-President; Chris Klamke, P.G., Vice-President; Scott Callaway, Vice-President; Joel Scott, Vice-President Design, permitting, construction administration engineering, construction quality assurance (CQA), environmental monitoring and remediation, compliance, and operations & maintenance for solid waste management projects including landfills, transfer stations, material recovery facilities, landfill gas systems, and fleet operations and maintenance facilities and for site development, water, wastewater, and storm water management projects.

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Plumbing, fire protection, heating, ventilation, air conditioning, refrigeration, industrial ventilation, energy and life cycle cost analysis, electrical (power distribution and transmission, industrial process controls, interior and exterior lighting, security access and monitoring, stand by emergency, cogeneration and UPS, and intercommunication). Systems for commercial, industrial and institutional buildings. High-pressure gas utilities and agricultural systems.

Phone: (770) 933-0280 Fax: (770) 933-1083 E-mail: harry.rice@atkinsglobal.com Website: http://northamerica.atkinsglobal.com/

Ayres Associates Voting Representative: David Estes 225 Peachtree Street NE South Tower Suite 1430 Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: (404) 658-9320 E-mail: estesd@ayresassociates.com Website: www.AyresAssociates.com Number of employees: 2 Principals: David E. Estes, PE, ManagerAtlanta Ayres Associates is proud of the engineering and architectural solutions it has provided for the past 51 years. Our 275 employees are always fine-tuning their services and innovations in transportation, civil, structural, water resources, levee and river engineering, architecture, energy corridors, environmental science, land surveying, geospatial services, and GIS. We provide innovative, progressive, and intelligent engineering solutions nationwide to clients we know by name. Look for us on:

BAA Mechanical Engineers, Inc. Voting Representative: Lamar Lee 500 Bishop Street, Suite E-2 Atlanta, GA 30318 Phone: (404) 355-0050 Fax: (404) 355-1050 E-mail: lamarl@baamech.com Number of employees: 13 Principals: R. Lamar Lee; John Mayes Mechanical engineering for commercial, industrial and institutional construction. Inspections and reports. Design of heating, ventilating, air conditioning, refrigeration, indoor air quality studies, piping, plumbing, fire protection and fire safety system, central and total energy plants, and storm drainage. 37


Barnett Consulting Engineers, Inc. Voting Representative: John Barnett 6991 Peachtree Ind. Blvd., Bldg. 700 Norcross, GA 30092 Phone: (404) 382-9550 Fax: (770) 447-1745 E-mail: john.barnett@bce-eng.com Website: www.bce-eng.com Number of employees: 7 Principals: John E. Barnett Jr. The firm performs electrical engineering services for data processing facilities, telecommunications, laboratories and medical, commercial buildings, educational. Expertise in generators, UPS systems, grounding, and short circuit arch flash coordination studies, and other power system analysis and design services.

Bennor Engineering, LLC Voting Representative: Rudolph Bennor 3000 Langford Rd., Bldg. 2400 Norcross, GA 30071 Phone: (770) 729-1422 E-mail: rdbennor@bennoreng.com Number of employees: 5 Principals: Rudolph D. Bennor, President; Jayne Y. Bennor Mechanical consulting and design services for commercial and institutional applications. forensic engineering services for HVAC/R systems. Test & Balance related services in support of forensic efforts.

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Voting Representative: Taylor Anderson 400 Peachtree Industrial Blvd, #s-290 Suwanee, GA 30024

Provides civil engineering consulting services to private clients and public entities as well as land surveying. Look for us on:

Bolden-Williams & Associates, Inc.

Brown and Caldwell

Voting Representative: Ron Bolden 3066 Highway 29, South Lawrenceville, GA 30044

Voting Representative: Craig Ferguson 990 Hammond Dr., Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30328

Phone: (770) 279-0413 Fax: (770) 925-4263 E-mail: rbolden@bolden-williams.com Website: www.boldenwilliams.com/?page/73437/home

Phone: (770) 673-3668 Fax: (770) 396-9495 E-mail: cferguson@brwncald.com Website: www.brownandcaldwell.com

Number of employees: 5 Principals: Ronald L. Bolden; Jeffrey B. Williams

Number of employees: 85

Electrical and telecommunications/ RCDD design for commercial, industrial, institutional, residential and governmental projects. Specializing in design of power, distribution, generating, UPS systems, control systems, data cabling, telecommunications, nurse, fire alarm and security systems, and lighting. Services offered are design, investigation, studies and reports.

Since 1947 Brown and Caldwell (BC) has provided full-service environmental engineering consulting services including water, wastewater, infrastructure, water resources, information technologies, asset management, information management, business process improvements, compliance management, building decommissioning and demolition, site assessment and remediation, and litigation support to local and federal governments, universities, and private industry. Look for us on:

Browder & LeGuizamon and Associates, Inc. Voting Representative: Sergio LeGuizamon 174 West Wieuca Road, NE Atlanta, GA 30342-3220 Phone: (404) 851-9580 Fax: (404) 851-9589 E-mail: nancy@blaengineers.com Website: www.blaengineers.com

Phone: (678) 551-2583 E-mail: ta@blulandworks.com Website: www.bluelandworks.com

Number of employees: 25 Principals: Lawrence E. Browder; Sergio Leguizamon, President; Martin R. Ocon; Craig A. Ludtke

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mon and Associates, Inc. is a consulting structural engineering firm focused on building and bridge design. The firm is a minority-owned (Hispanic) business with four principals registered in 38 states and Puerto Rico.

Browne and Company, LLC Voting Representative: Jeff Browne 2719 Sheraton Dr., Building C, Suite 210 Macon, GA 31204 Phone: (478) 743-4843 Fax: (478) 737-0444 E-mail: browne1234@aol.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: Jeffrey Browne, PE

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Burns & McDonnell Eng. Co, Inc. Voting Representative: Arnold Olender 3650 Mansell Rd., Suite 300 Alpharetta, GA 30022

Number of employees: 50 Founded in 1898, Burns & McDonnell is a full-service engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting solutions firm. Burns & McDonnell is 100 percent employee-owned by its multi-disciplined staff of about 3,400including engineers, architects, construction professionals, planners, estimators, economists, technicians and scientists- representing virtually all design disciplines. From about 20 offices across the nation, Burns & McDonnell plans, designs, permits,

Burstein & Associates, Inc. Voting Representative: David Burstein 2746 Rangewood Drive Atlanta, GA 30345 Phone: (770) 723-9651 Fax: (815) 461-7478 E-mail: dburstein@psmj.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: David Burstein, PE Engineering firm management including strategic planning business development, project management, financial management, leadership development, and ownership transition.

Number of employees: 120 Principals: Richard Curtis, PE, D.GE; William J. Sheffield PE Cardno ATC is a professional consulting engineering firm specializing in environmental, and geotechnical engineering, construction materials testing and special inspections services. Nationally, Cardno ATC employs over 1,600 professionals, technical, and support personnel serving a broad client base from 71 offices in 36 states. Established in 1973 in Georgia, our team of professionals are prepared to address virtually any engineering, testing or environmental challenge confronting large and small projects. Look for us on:

Carter Goble Lee, LLC Voting Representative: Joe Lee 795 East Lanier Avenue Fayetteville, GA 30214 Phone: (770) 716-0081 Fax: (770) 716-9081 E-mail: jlee@cartergoblelee.com Website: www.cartergoblelee.com Number of employees: 14 Principals: Joe E. Lee; John Welborn; Dexter Stanphill; Greg Westbrook; Eli Gage; Buddy Johns; Vahe Gabriel; Steve Carter; Bob Goble; Robert Glass; Frank Green; Ken Ricci; April Pottorff Provides planning services, staffing analysis, operational programs, architectural programs, site analysis, maintenance management, energy management services, and design and construction management, specializing in Criminal Justice Facilities.

Phone: (770) 475-8994 Fax: (770) 777-9545 E-mail: ibrahim.abousaud@cbi.com Website: www.cbi.com/ Number of Employees: 30 Principals: Ibrahim S. Abousaud, PE; Matthew Houser, PLA

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E-mail: Richard.curtis@cardno.com Website: www.cardnoatc.com

CB & I provides engineering, program management/construction management, permitting and environmental remediation services in the transportation, mass transit, water/wastewater, aviation, facilities, and government sectors. Look for us on:

Cecil Chan & Associates, Inc. Voting Representative: Cecil Chan P.O. Box 422404 Atlanta, GA 30342 Phone: (678) 592-6369 Fax: (404) 888-9840 E-mail: cchan@mindspring.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: Cecil Chan, PE Provide structural design service to commercial, institutional and industrial clients.

CEI Engineering Associates, Inc. Voting Representative: Rod Abney 3715 Northside Pkwy 100 Northcreek, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30327 Phone: (404) 816-6800 Fax: (404) 816-6803 E-mail: rabney@ceieng.com Website: www.ceieng.com Number of employees: 9

Cardno ATC Voting Representative: Richard Curtis 1844 West Oak Parkway, Suite F Marietta, GA 30062 Phone: (770) 427-9456 ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

CB & I Voting Representative: Ibrahim Abousaud 11560 Great Oaks Way, Suite 500 Alpharetta, GA 30022

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CH2M Hill Voting Representative: Daveitta Jenkins 1000 Abernathy Road, Suite 1600 Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (678) 530-4789 E-mail: daveitta.jenkins@ch2m.com Website: www.ch2mhill.com Number of employees: 600 Principals: Greg Wilson; Gerri Dickerson; Bill Whalen; Chuck McCleskey CH2M Hill delivers water, environmental, transportation, and related infrastructure projects from planning through construction. Specialties include city government management water resource planning, watershed management, water and wastewater treatment, water and wastewater conveyance systems, storm water and hydrologic modeling, solid and hazardous waste management, multi-media environmental compliance and permitting, environmental impact studies, transportation systems and program management. Industrial services include design and construction in industrial, specialty chemical production, food and beverage, pharmaceutical, power generation and distribution, aerospace facilities, commercial and institutional buildings, and industrial planning and site search.

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implement large-scale capital improvement and construction programs. Our staff includes hundreds of experienced engineers, planners and construction managers working from dozens of offices nationwide. Look for us on:

Clark Patterson Lee Voting Representative: Kevin McOmber 350 Town Center Ave, Suite 201 Suwanee, GA 30024 Phone: (770) 831-9000 Fax: (770) 831-9243 E-mail: kmcOmber@clarkpatterson.com Website: www.clarkpattersonlee.com/ Number of employees: 31 Principals: Kevin McOmber, PE; Adolfo Guzman, PE; Rich Edinger, PE Full service professional firm offering design to private, municipal, industrial, and design-build entities. Our projects range in size from a few thousand dollars to $35 million. We strive to produce the highest quality work, maintain our involvement through construction and keep our clients satisfied. Look for us on:

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Columbia Engineering & Services, Inc.

Voting Representative: Richard Amadon 270 Peachtree Street, NW, Suite 1500 Atlanta, GA 30303

Voting Representative: Paul Cook 2763 Meadow Church Road, Suite 100 Duluth, GA 30097

Phone: (678) 954-5000 Fax: (678) 954-5001 E-mail: ramadon@chacompanies.com Website: www.cloughharbour.com Number of employees: 27

Phone: (770) 925-0357 Fax: (770) 925-0565 E-mail: info@columbiaengineering.com Website: www.columbiaengineering.com

Founded in 1952, CHA is a full service engineering company that provides public, private and institutional sector clients with the expertise and resources to

Number of employees: 30 Principals: Paul D. Cook, PE, VP; Louis D. Young, Jr., PE, President; Jason B. Hurst, PE , VP;

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We are an engineering, surveying and landscape architecture firm offering professional services in civil engineering, water resources, transportation, land planning and development, and land surveying, utility coordination, construction inspection, landscaping and arborist services for both public and private developments.

Communication Structures Engineering Inc. Voting Representative: James Boltz 5579 B Chamblee Dunwoody Rd. # 517 Dunwoody, GA 30338 Phone: (770) 951-8080 Fax: (770) 396-0056 E-mail: jbcsei@aol.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: James E. Boltz General structural and civil engineering services as well as specialized engineering of communications structures, towers, and monopoles for radio, TV, microwave, cellular, and PCS applications.

Construction Testing & Analysis, Inc. Voting Representative: Charles Almand 7914 Highway 92, Suite 120 Woodstock, GA 30189 Phone: (770) 926-0705 Fax: (770) 926-0608 E-mail: ctainc1@bellsouth.net Number of employees: 4 Principals: Charles T. Almand, PE Construction testing and inspection for commercial and residential developers, owners, builders, real estate brokers, and homeowners. Geotechnical engineering.

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Voting Representative: Jennifer Abbott 1455 Bluegrass Lakes Pkwy Alpharetta, GA 30004

Voting Representative: Michael Crawford 1205 Bay Street Tybee Island, GA 31328

Number of employees: 14 Conway & Owen provides mechanical, electrical and plumbing consulting to architects, property developers and construction companies throughout the southeast United States. Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. Look for us on:

Phone: (912) 786-7727 E-mail: mike@crawfordengineers.com Website: www.crawfordengineers.com/ Number of employees: 1 Principals: Michael A. Crawford, PE Consulting engineering practice in the fields of civil, environmental and sanitary engineering. Extensive experience in the municipal and investor owned water and wastewater market throughout the US, Europe, and South America.

Daniel Consultants, Inc. Cranston Engineering Group, PC Voting Representative: Dennis Welch P. O. Drawer 2546 Augusta, GA 30903 Phone: (706) 722-1588 Fax: (706) 722-8379 E-mail:djwelch@crwpc.com Website: www.cranstonengineering.com

Voting Representative: Larry Daniel 1245 Brook Lawn Rd, NE Atlanta, GA 30319

General civil and structural engineering, surveying & planning practice for municipal, industrial, commercial and private clients in the fields of site planning and design, surveying and mapping, streets and highways, storm sewerage, sanitary sewerage, solid waste management, treatment facilities, water supply, dams and reservoirs, bridges, downtown revitalization, historic preservation, land development, waterfront development, hydrology and hydraulic works, and feasibility and engineering studies.

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Phone: (770) 271-2868 Fax: (770) 271-0779 E-mail: jgarrison@mindspring.com Website: www.dpengr.com Number of employees: 9 Principals: James C. Garrison III, PE, AP; Kyle W. Bowen, PE, LEED AP; Jon G. Stubblefield, RLS Development Planning & Engineering, Inc. provides civil engineering and land surveying services to the public and private sector throughout Georgia, Alabama, and North and South Carolina from concept development through construction. Look for us on:

Phone: (404) 705-8676 E-mail: cdanieldci@att.net

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Number of employees: 1 Principals: C. Larry Daniel, PE

Voting Representative: Allen Groover 2835 Brandywine Rd., Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30341

Provides structural engineering services. Number of employees: 30 Principals: Thomas H. Robertson; Eldridge A. Whitehurst; James B. Cranford, Jr.; Dennis J. Welch; Scott P.M. Godefroy; J. Craig Cranston (retired)

Voting Representative: Jimmy Garrison 5074 Bristol Industrial Way, Suite A Buford, GA 30518-1778

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Voting Representative: Matt Church P.O. Box 734 Alpharetta, GA 30009 Phone: (770) 642-1213 Fax: (770) 752-8891 E-mail: mchurch@davis-church.com Number of employees: 8 Principals: Matthew S. Church, PE; Scott A. Davis, PE Davis & Church provides structural engineering design services for a variety of building types, including, multi-family, mixed-use, institutional, commercial, retail, industrial, hotels and parking structures.

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Phone: (678) 537-8630 Fax: (678) 530-0044 E-mail: agroover@dewberry.com Website: www.dewberry.com Number of employees: 26 Principals: Steven Allen Groover Geodigital, water resource master planning, hydrologic and hydraulic modeling, water resource project design, disaster mitigation services, debris management services, stream restoration, environmental assessment, hazardous materials, water/wastewater planning and design. Hurricane and tropical storm preparedness services. Look for us on:

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Principals: Mike Khalil, PE

Voting Representative: Daniel Eberly, RLA 1852 Century Place, Suite 202 Atlanta, GA 30345

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Geotechnical, environmental and geophysical engineering services.

Phone: (770) 452-7849 Fax: (770) 452-0086 E-mail: deberly@eberly.net Website: www.eberly.net Number of employees: 13 Principals: Daniel L. Eberly, RLA; Gregory L. Delaney,PE; Kevin Edwards, PE; Scott Gardner, PE; Brian Brumfield,PE; Paul Flippo, PE

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Eberly & Associates is a Land Planning, Civil Engineering and Landscape Architecture firm with a reputation for solid engineering solutions, which demonstrate environmental awareness. As a company, we deliver a unique approach of combining both the design capabilities and experience of our engineers and landscape architects. This creates a thorough, uniform process by which to service our clients’ needs. The engineers and landscape architects at Eberly & Associates, Inc work in close partnership with architects, developers, general contractors, institutions and government agencies to develop long term relationships. We have a reputation of thinking like our clients and we know their reputation is riding on our performance. Our clients value this approach, and come back to us, time after time. Clients include those from the private and public sectors, including multi-family housing, office, mixed-use, healthcare, education, industrial & distribution, institutional, hospitality and recreation. Our experience and leadership, excellent client relationships and outstanding reputation are our strengths. All of this and more has placed us as one of the most respected engineering firms in the Southeast region.

Voting Representative: Don Kinser 1600 RiverEdge Pkwy, Suite 900 Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (770) 956-7000 Fax: (770) 956-7003 E-mail: dkinser@ediltd.com Website: www.ediltd.com Number of employees: 17 Principals: Donald E. Kinser, PE, MBA, CPHIMS; Jim Harrison, RCDD, Sr. Vice President; Jan Stuchlik, PE; Paul Remke, PE; Mark McComb EDI, Ltd. is a leading IT / Data Center consulting and design firm, providing innovative planning and programming of critical technology systems for healthcare, higher education and corporate environments. We specialize in medical communication technologies, information systems infrastructure, networking, voice communications, security, audiovisual systems, and data centers. With 2015 fast approaching, EDI is heavily involved with our healthcare customers ''On the Road to Meaningful Use'', guiding them through this pivotal change. Our expert data center team can help you determine your best data center strategy (build and own, collocate, remote hosting, etc.) and optimize your TCO.

Voting Representative: Michael Mongrue 2719 Sheraton Drive, Building C, Suite 250 Macon, GA 31204 Phone: (478) 743-8008 Fax: (478) 743-8020 E-mail: mmongrue@edcaugusta.com Number of employees: 21 Principals: Michael C. Mongrue P.E., M. Ashley Paulk III P.E., Jeffrey H. McGee P.E.

EMPRISE CORPORATION Voting Representative: Sharon Hall 3900 Kennesaw 75 Parkway, Suite 125 Kennesaw, GA 30144-6430 Phone: (770) 425-1420 Fax: (770) 425-1425 E-mail: shall@emprise-usa.com Website: www.emprise-usa.com Number of employees: 21 Principals: Ronald A. DuBose, President; Paul Donald Yelton, Vice President, CFO; David A. Penz, Vice President; David H. Wood III, Vice President

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EGSCI CONSULTING INC. Voting Representative: Mike Khalil 1455 Lincoln Pkwy, Suite 500 Atlanta, GA 30346 Phone: (770) 379-8582 Fax: (770) 379-8594 E-mail: mkhalil@egsci.com Website: www.EGSci.com Number of employees: 5

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Provides mechanical, electrical and computer engineering services applicable to technical facilities such as manufacturing plants, test facilities and utilities. Realtime computer control and monitoring applications are a specialty.

ENGINEERED EARTH SOLUTIONS, LLC Voting Representative: Lance Paradis 441 Creekstone Ridge Woodstock, GA 30188 ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


Phone: (770) 592-2950 Fax: (770) 592-2953 E-mail: lparadis@eesols.com Website: www.eesols.com Number of employees: 5 Principals: Lance Paradis, PE

ENGINEERING DESIGN TECHNOLOGIES, INC. Voting Representative: Fred Fatemi 1705 Enterprise Way, Suite 200 Marietta, GA 30067 Phone: (770) 988-0400 Fax: (770) 988-0300 E-mail: fred.fatemi@edtinc.com Website: www.edtinc.net Number of employees: 55 Principals: Fred Fatemi, PE; Haywood Curry Engineering Design Technologies, Inc., (EDT), is a multi-disciplinary, minority (MBE) and 8(a) certified consulting engineering firm offering complete services in: civil/transportation, structural, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and sanitary engineering, cost estimating, and general construction and program management. EDT is conveniently located within the Atlanta metropolitan area in the city of Marietta.

ENGINEERING STRATEGIES, INC. Voting Representative: Pedro Rossello 3855 Shallowford Rd., Suite 525 Marietta, GA 30062 Phone: (770) 429-0001 Fax: (678) 205-2840 E-mail: prossello@esi-ga.com Website: www.esi-ga.com Number of employees: 10 ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

ESI serves clients in the governmental and private sectors. The firm's focus is on civil engineering and program management for projects involving water supply, water treatment, water distribution, wastewater conveyance, wastewater treatment, stormwater, highways and related infrastructure projects. Typical services include studies, planning, design, construction management and operational assistance.

FACILITY DESIGN GROUP INC. Voting Representative: James Strack 2233 Lake Park Dr SE, Suite 205 Smyrna, GA 30080 Phone: (770) 437-2700 Fax: (770) 437-3935 E-mail: James.strack@fdgatlanta.com Website: www.fdgatlanta.com Number of employees: 14 Facility Design Group provides architectural and engineering design services as well as program management, interior design, planning and construction management services.

FIRST ENVIRONMENT, INC. Voting Representative: Ellen Reid 1275 Shiloh Road NW, Suite 2110 Kennesaw, GA 30144 Phone: (770) 424-3344 Fax: (770) 424-3399 E-mail: err@firstenvironment.com Website: www.firstenvironment.com Number of employees: 3 Principals: Tod Delaney PE Environmental consulting in the areas of: Site Investigation and Remediation, Regulatory Compliance, Litigation Support, Merger and Acquisition due diligence, Greenhouse Gases, Green Build, Life

Cycle Assessment, Environmental Management Systems, Permitting, Sustainability and Climate Change, Risk Management, Mold & Asbestos. Look for us on:

FLORENCE & HUTCHESON INC. Voting Representative: Jeff Powers Ridenour Summit 1300 Ridenour Blvd Ste 300 Kennesaw, GA 30152

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Phone: (770) 428-0157 Fax: (770) 428-8957 E-mail: jpowers@flohut.com Website: www.flohut.com Number of employees: 12 Florence & Hutcheson has provided comprehensive civil engineering services for projects since 1965. Pre-construction services include surveying, geotechnical, planning, traffic, dam and levee design, environmental, flood plain management, roadway, and bridge design. In addition, F&H provides construction engineering, and inspection.

FRANKE RISK SERVICES, LLC Voting Representative: Ronald Franke 3162 Johnson Ferry Rd, Suite 260-707 Marietta, GA 30062-7600 Phone: (770) 640-6548 E-mail: ronaldjfranke@mindspring.com Website: www.frankeriskservices.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: Ronald J. Franke, PE, President FRS provides fire protection engineering services for industrial, commercial, service and government properties that include third-party review of plans for building construction, fire protection systems, alarm systems and processes. FRS conducts on-site surveys and hazard analysis, fire investigations and testing 43


and analysis of water-based protection systems. Life safety and building code analysis and consulting. Provides commissioning services for fire protection and life safety system.

G. BEN TURNIPSEED ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Greg Bertolini 2255 Cumberland Parkway, Building 400 Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: (770) 333-0700 Fax: (770) 333-0775 E-mail: gbertolini@gbtengineers.com Website: www.gbtengineers.com Number of employees: 23 Principals: G. Ben Turnipseed

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GEO-HYDRO ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Mason Berryman 1000 Cobb Place Blvd., Suite 290 Kennesaw, GA 30144

engineering, Special Inspections, construction materials testing, and environmental services. Our geotechnical engineering specialties include subsurface investigations, seismic site characterization, and recommendations for grading and site development with shallow and deep foundations. Geo-Hydro has a deep expertise in Special Inspections and all aspects of construction materials testing including non-destructive and geophysical testing and forensic investigations. Our environmental services include Phase I & Phase II site assessments, hazardous site and brownfield consulting, as well as asbestos and lead inspections. Look for us on:

Number of employees: 48 Principals: Mason F. Berryman, PE; Michael P. Riddle, PG Geo-Hydro specializes in geotechnical 44

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GLOBAL ENGINEERING COMPANY Voting Representative: Alex Wu 11285 Elkins Road, Unit G-3 Roswell, GA 30076-1259 Phone: (770) 475-3838 Fax: (770) 475-3232 E-mail: globaleng@earthlink.net Website: www.globalengusa.com

GEOCOMP CORPORATION Voting Representative: James Brady 2662 Holcomb Bridge Rd., Suite 310 Alpharetta, GA 30022 Phone: (770) 645-6545 Fax: (770) 645-6570 E-mail: jbrady@geocomp.com Website: www.geocomp.com Number of employees: 7 Geocomp provides comprehensive geoengineering services to clients around the world, up to the minute geo-engineering knowledge whenever needed with automated remote monitoring systems for reliability and risk reduction. GeoTesting Express offers fast, comprehensive geotechnical laboratory testing and lab systems offers fully automated equipment. Look for us on:

Phone: (770) 426-7100 Fax: (770) 426-5209 E-mail: mason@geohydro.com Website: www.geohydro.com

Website: www.geosyntec.com

GEOSYNTEC CONSULTANTS Voting Representative: Ganesh Krishnan 1255 Roberts Blvd. NW, Suite 200 Kennesaw, GA 30144 Phone: (678) 202-9500 Fax: (678) 202-9501 E-mail: Gkrishnan@GeoSyntec.com

Number of employees: 3 Principals: Alex Y. Wu Electrical control/power system studies and design for industrial and commercial power system complex. Analysis and design of complex structural components including vibration analysis of winder foundations, turbine generator, ID fans and other heavy moving equipment. Pipeline pulsation, vibration and stress analysis.

GOLDER ASSOCIATES INC. Voting Representative: Randy Sullivan 3730 Chamblee Tucker Road Atlanta, GA 30341 Phone: (770) 496-1893 Fax: (770) 934-9476 E-mail: rsullivan@golder.com Website: www.golder.com Number of employees: 75 Principals: Gary H. Collison, J.J.C. Paul, R.W. Humphries, J.R. Schultz, W.R. Sullivan, A.T. McClean, George B. Deardorff, Fred L. Hoffman As a global, employee-owned organization with over 50 years of experience, ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


Golder Associates is driven by our purpose to engineer earth's development while preserving earth's integrity. From more than 180 offices worldwide, our over 8000 employees deliver solutions that help our clients achieve their sustainable development goals by providing a wide range of independent consulting, design and construction services in our specialist areas of earth, environment and energy. Look for us on:

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Voting Representative: Al Pramuk 2325 Lakeview Parkway, Suite 400 Alpharetta, GA 30009 Phone: (770) 754-0755 E-mail: al_pramuk@gspnet.com Website: www.greshamsmith.com Number of employees: 37 Principals: Al Pramuk; Rodney Chester; Jody Braswell Multi-discipline firm providing planning, engineering, architecture and consulting services to national and international clients. For more than 45 years, GS&P has focused on enhancing quality of life and sustainability within communities with staff having expertise serving Transportation (roads, highways, bridges, planning, traffic and ITS), Water, Wastewater, Water Resources, Aviation (terminal design, in-line baggage, security, parking, cargo, roads, deicer management systems, wayfinding/signage), Environmental Services (environmental audits, EMS, air quality and greenhouse gas strategies, climate change and adaptation planning, recycling, waste minimization and management, regulatory compliance, remediation), Federal, Healthcare, Industrial and Corporate Architecture markets. GS&P also provides construction phase services including construction administration and on-site representation for clients.

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Voting Representative: Anthony DiGirolamo 1100 Peachtree Street, NE, Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30309

Voting Representative: Randall Gipson 1550 North Brown Rd, Suite 100 Lawrenceville, GA 30043 Phone: (770) 491-7550 Fax: (770) 491-7750 E-mail:nrgipson@hainesgipson.com Website: www.hainesgipson.com Number of employees: 23 Principals: Randall W. Gipson; R. Clay Lewis; Daniel D. Campbell Civil engineering including grading, drainage, water and sanitary sewer for industrial, commercial and institutional development. Structural engineering for bridges and all types of buildings: industrial, commercial and institutional.

HATCH MOTT MACDONALD, LLC Voting Representative: Mark Hitchcock 2550 Heritage Court, SE, Suite 250 Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: (770) 952-1022 Fax: (770) 952-1041 E-mail: george.hitchcock@hatchmott.com Website: www.hatchmott.com Number of employees: 11 Hatch Mott MacDonald is a full service consulting engineering firm serving public and private sector clients. With over 60 offices throughout North America, the firm provides engineering solutions for highways, bridges, rail, transit, life safety and security, aviation, ports, tunnels, water, wastewater, and environmental. www.hatchmott.com Look for us on:

Phone: (404) 601-8689 Fax: (404) 815-3107 E-mail: anthony.digirolamo@hdrinc.com Website: www.hdrinc.com Number of employees: 56 Principals: John Mason; Anthony DiGirolamo, PE; William R. Bryant, RLA HDR consistently delivers high quality solutions for facility and infrastructure projects throughout the state of Georgia. Our strong local presence, backed by our national credentials and resources, enables us to offer an extensive range of design and consulting services. With over 50 employees working in the Atlanta metro area, we are strategically located to provide new solutions to a region facing tremendous demands for transportation systems, environmental and land use planning, and infrastructure development and rehabilitation. Look for us on:

HEATH & LINEBACK ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: John Heath 2390 Canton Rd., Building 200 Marietta, GA 30066-5393 Phone: (770) 424-1668 Fax: (770) 424-2907 E-mail: Jheath@heath-lineback.com Website: www.heath-lineback.com Number of employees: 36 Principals: John A. Heath; Gary B. Lineback; Masood Shabazaz; Allen Krivsky; Mark Holmberg; Tom Barwick Civil and structural engineering of bridges, highways, buildings and rail45

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vate clients throughout the country with expertise in highways, transit, bridges, tunnels, airports, buildings, and water, from concept through construction. HNTB was founded in 1914 and has been in continuous operation in Atlanta since 1968.

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HUGHES-RAY COMPANY, INC. Voting Representative: Howard Ray 6554 E. Church St Douglasville, GA 30134

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Phone: (770) 942-0196 Fax: (770) 942-0152 E-mail: hray@hughesray.com Website: www.hughesray.com/

Voting Representative: Lowry Tribble 3920 Arkwright Road, Suite 101 Macon, GA 31210

Number of employees: 6 Principals: Howard B. Ray, P.E.

HESM&A, INC. Voting Representative: Stan Everett 1255 Collier Rd Atlanta, GA 30318 Phone: (404) 881-5300 Fax: (404) 881-0909 E-mail: stan.everett@hesm.com Website: hesm.com/ Number of employees: 21 Principals: Timothy B. Gilbert, PE; Daniel B. Clifford, PE; Thomas L. Evans, PE; Timothy L. Brawner, PE; Tobias J. Hunt, PE; Stanley R. Everett, PE

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HNTB CORPORATION Voting Representative: Jeffry Parker 3715 Northside Parkway NW 200 Northcreek, Suite 800 Atlanta, GA 30327 Phone: (404) 946-5700 Fax: (404) 841-2820 E-mail: jeparker@hntb.com Website: www.hntb.com

Phone: (912) 743-7175 Fax: (912) 743-1703 E-mail: ltribble@hhnt.com Website: www.hhnt.com Number of employees: 17 Principals: H. Lowry Tribble Jr., PE; William F. Hodges, PE; Michael Stubbs, PE Civil and environmental consulting and design services, specializing in solid waste management, surface mining, water and wastewater systems, roads and storm drainage.

HOFSTADTER AND ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Carl Hofstadter 4571 Arkwright Road Macon, GA 31210 Phone: (912) 757-1169 Fax: (912) 471-1646 E-mail: carlhofstadter@gmail.com Website: www.hofstadter.com/ Number of employees: 15 Principals: Carl E. Hofstadter; Kelvin Seagraves

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Residential/commercial: Land use planning; land development construction drawings; stormwater management; landscape architecture; and construction layout. Municipal: Construction management; plan review and inspection; and water, wastewater, stormwater and transportation design.

HUSSEY, GAY, BELL & DEYOUNG, INC. Voting Representative: Steven Wohlfeil P.O. Box 14247 Savannah, GA 31416-1247 Phone: (912) 354-4626 Fax: (912) 354-6754 E-mail: swohlfeil@hgbd.com Website: www.hgbd.com Number of employees: 53 Principals: Gus Bell; Holmes Bell; William Lovett; Steven C. Wohlfeil; Hal Kraft, Eric Johnson Civil design and construction management for public and private sector clients, including municipal water and wastewater treatment and conveyance, drainage, and landfills; state and local highways; environmental assessments and remediation plans; marine works; commercial and residential site design; geotechnical; land surveying. Look for us on: ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


INNOVATIVE ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: Scott Weiland 3380 Trickum Road, Building 500, Suite 100 Woodstock, GA 30188 Phone: (770) 517-5507 Fax: (770) 517-5508 E-mail: sweiland@ieiusa.com Website: www.ieiusa.com Number of employees: 5 Principals: Scott Weiland, President

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INSITE ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: Jimmy Barge P.O. Box 940 Loganville, GA 30052

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Number of employees: 1 Principals: Jimmy Barge InSite Engineering is a civil engineering firm that designs commercial and residential developments. We have designed projects in counties such as Gwinnett, Walton, Barrow, Jackson, Rockdale, Newton and Hall. Our mission statement: Helping others develop projects that enhance our communities through practical design and innovative workmanship.

JACOBS ENGINEERING GROUP INC. Voting Representative: Jeffery Dingle 6801 Governor’s Lake Parkway, Building 200 Norcross,GA 30071 Phone: (770) 455-8555 Fax: (770) 455-7391 E-mail: Jeff.Dingle@Jacobs.com Website: www.jacobs.com Number of employees: 409 Principals: Thomas Meinhart; Hill Baughman; Jeffery Dingle; Lynette Baker; Josh Rowan; David Wilkes; Chuck Button; Tim Scarbrough Multidisciplinary consulting firm providing a full range of engineering, planning, construction and program management, as well as management consulting services for over 50 years in Georgia to local and state governments, public utilities, federal agencies and the private (industrial and commercial) sector. Areas of expertise include transportation, transit and aviation; water/wastewater distribution, collection and treatment; industrial process design; waste management; geotechnical/tunneling; civil design; architecture; community/urban planning; and land development.

JAMES G. SWIFT & ASSOCIATES Voting Representative: David Hargrove 1206 Interstate Parkway Augusta, GA 30909 Phone: (706) 868-8803 Fax: (706) 868-5464 E-mail: jgswift.assoc@knology.net Number of employees: 12 Principals: David L. Hargrove, Bill S. Hargrove, GF ‘Bo’ Slaughter, Mark M. Green Civil engineering, surveying, and land planning.

JOHN H. MATTHEWS & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: John Matthews P. O. Box 3229 Cookeville, TN 38502 Phone: (931) 858-5891 Fax: (931) 858-5556 E-mail: jomatthews@twlakes.net Website: www.johnmatthewsconsulting.com Number of employees: 2 Principals: John H. Matthews, PE Professional electrical engineering services including electromagnetic field (EMF) and power quality related studies. System design including fault current and coordination studies, investigation of electrical accidents and fires. Services also include workshops and short courses in building electrical systems design, power quality protection, safety, illumination and power system theory.

JOHNSON, LASCHOBER & ASSOCIATES, P.C. Voting Representative: Charles Johnson P. O. Box 2103 Augusta, GA 30902-2103 Phone: (706) 724-5756 Fax: (706) 724-3955 E-mail: jjohnson@jla-engineers.com 47

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Phone: (770) 466-5890 E-mail: jimmybarge@insiteengineeringinc.com Website: www.insiteengineeringinc.com


Website: www.thejlagroup.com/index.html Number of employees: 21 Principals: Charles J. Johnson; Richard J. Laschober; Donald L.Thorstad Multi-disciplined engineering firm offering civil, structural, mechanical and electrical engineering services to commercial, institutional, governmental and industrial clients. Services include site and utility design, building design, analysis and design of special structures, HVAC and plumbing design, energy studies, fire protection, analysis and design of electrical power distribution systems, lighting, electrical controls and instrumentation.

JORDAN & SKALA ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Charles Jordan 4275 Shackleford Rd, Suite 200 Norcross, GA 30093

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KCI TECHNOLOGIES Voting Representative: William Hicks 2160 Satellite Boulevard, Suite 130 Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (678) 990-6200 Fax: (678) 990-6222 E-mail: stan.hicks@kci.com Website: www.kci.com Number of employees: 19 Principals: William S. Hicks, PE, Vice President 48

KCI Technologies, Inc. is a multi-discipline firm providing civil, structural, transportation, traffic, roadway, highway, drainage, environmental (NEPA), hazardous waste, telecommunications, water/wastewater, geotechnical, soils and subsurface utility engineering (SUE), land planning and landscape architecture, geology, hydrology, ecology, stream restoration, surveying, wetland permitting and mitigation, as well as construction management, inspection and marine structures and diving. Look for us on:

KECK & WOOD, INC. Voting Representative: Edgar Williams 2750 Premiere Pkwy, Suite 900 Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (678) 417-4000 Fax: (678) 417-4055 E-mail: ewilliams@keckwood.com Website: www.keckwood.com Number of employees: 21 Principals: Edgar G. Williams, PE; Michael J. Moffitt, PE; Richard D. Gurney, PE Founded in 1954, Keck & Wood, Inc. is a multidiscipline, employee-owned firm, providing services in transportation, water resources engineering, land development, natural gas, surveying, planning, and GIS. The firm headquartered in Duluth, Georgia serves clients across the Southeast from Duluth and offices in Charlotte, NC and Rock Hill, SC. Look for us on:

KIMLEY-HORN AND ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Emmy Montanye 817 W. Peachtree St., N.W. The Biltmore, Suite 601 Atlanta, GA 30308 Phone: (404) 419-8711

Fax: (404) 419-8701 E-mail: emmy.montanye@kimley-horn.com Website: www.kimley-horn.com/ Number of employees: 94 Principals: John D. Walker; Ed Ellis; Kenn L. Fink Land development services, environmental studies, stormwater and floodplain management, water and wastewater utilities, municipal engineering, airport planning and design, roadway and bridge design, transportation and transit planning, traffic engineering, advanced traffic management systems, parking services, structural engineering, building condition assessment and traffic accident reconstruction.

KIRSNER CONSULTING ENGINEERING INC. Voting Representative: Wayne Kirsner 3319 Turtle Lake Drive Marietta, GA 30067 Phone: (770) 953-8262 E-mail: kirsner@kirsner.org Website: www.kirsner.org Number of employees: 1 Principals: Wayne Kirsner, PE

KORNEGAY ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: Garry Kornegay 363 Pierce Avenue, Suite 102 Macon, GA 31204 Phone: (478) 745-6161 Fax: (478) 745-4744 E-mail: gkornegay@kornegayengineering.com Website: www.kornegayengineering.com Number of employees: 4 Principals: Garry D. Kornegay Structural consultant to owners, contractors, engineers or architects for commercial, industrial and residential projects of any size. ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


KUN-YOUNG CHIU & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Kun-young Chiu 109 East Adair Street Valdosta, GA 31601-4505 Phone: (229) 244-4002 Fax: (229) 244-1374 E-mail: kyca@kyca.us Website: www.kyca.us Number of employees: 3 Principals: Kun-young Chiu; Jeffrey Chiu

L. LEIGH MORGAN, JR. Voting Representative: Leigh Morgan P.O. Box 6 Senoia, GA 30276-0006 Phone: (770) 599-3840 Fax: (770) 599-0801 E-mail: leighmorgan@mindspring.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: L.Leigh Morgan Jr. Mechanical and electrical engineering, design for commercial, industrial and institutional occupancies including heating, ventilating, air conditioning, boiler plants, plumbing, process piping, refrigeration, fire protection and electrical power and lighting systems. Specialties in computer facilities and office building renovations.

Voting Representative: Tod Lanier 1504 Third Ave. Albany, GA 31707 Phone: (229) 438-0522 Fax: (229) 438-0921 E-mail: tlanier@lanier-engineering.com Website: lanier-engineering.com/services.html Number of employees: 6 Principals: Tod Lanier, PE

Number of employees: 16 Principals: Charles V. Johnson Jr.; Ben A. Leppard, Jr.; Roland S. Weekley Engineering consulting services and preparation of mechanical, electrical, plumbing, and fire protection design, development and construction documents for the commercial, institutional, and industrial construction market.

General civil engineering consulting services such as site and subdivision development, storm drainage and detention, roadway design, sanitary sewer design, water distribution, and flood studies.

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LCW ENGINEERING INC.

Phone: (770) 951-2495 Fax: (770) 951-2496 E-mail: elong@longeng.com Website: www.longeng.com

Voting Representative: Loretta Washington South DeKalb Business Park 4260 Clausell Court, Suite 103 Decatur, GA 30035 Phone: (678) 860-3018 Fax: (770) 593-9594 E-mail: lwashington@lcwengineeringinc.com Website: www.lcwengineeringinc.com Number of employees: 2 Principals: Loretta C. Washington Highway Design, Site Design, Water/Sewer Design, Transit Design, Program Management, QC/QA Reviews.

LEPPARD JOHNSON & ASSOCIATES, P.C. Voting Representative: Charles Johnson 100 Crescent Centre Parkway, Suite 750 Tucker, GA 30084 Phone: (770) 270-1588

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Fax: (770) 270-9588 E-mail: van@leppardjohnson.com Website: www.leppardjohnson.com

LONG ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: J. Ellen Long 2550 Heritage Court, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30339

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Comprehensive and extensive experience since 1970 in architectural engineering, military construction, institutional and commercial buildings, airports and terminals, hangars and support facilities, industrial projects, bridges, highways, grading, land development, storm drainage and other structural and civil engineering. Specialize in large roof structures, aircraft and vehicle maintenance facilities, heavy construction and projects, which require special structural solutions.

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Number of employees: 7 Principals: J. Ellen Long, President; Shepherd Long, Vice President; Joe Severin, Vice President; David McFarlin, Vice President J. Ellen Long, P.E., LEED AP founded Long Engineering, Inc. in 1997 with a vision to build an exceptional, full-service civil engineering and surveying firm dedicated to providing quality, valuebased services throughout the Southeast. This focus has enabled Long Engineering, Inc. to be recognized as a premiere civil engineering firm offering knowledge and expertise in the areas of Planning and Land Development, Water and Sewer Systems, Stormwater Management, NPDES Compliance, Aviation Infrastructure, Traffic and Transportation, Land Surveying/GIS and Construction Engineering and Inspections. We are registered in seven states and have three locations to serve our clients throughout the Southeast (Atlanta and Savannah, 49


Georgia and Tampa, Florida). Long Engineering, Inc. is also a Female Business Enterprise (FBE), certified by the City of Atlanta, Fulton County, DeKalb County, City of Savannah and the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council, the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned and operated by women in the United States. We are also certified as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) with the Georgia Department of Transportation, Florida Department of Transportation and the Tennessee Department of Transportation.

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Voting Representative: Richard Meehan Six Concourse Pkwy, Suite 1000 Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (770) 857-8400 Fax: (770) 857-8401 E-mail: richard.meehan@loweengineers.com Website: www.loweengineers.com Number of employees: 34 Principals: William J. Daniel III, PLS; Jon W. Drysdale Jr., PE; Chris K. Owens, PE; Richard J. Meehan, PE; Sally S. Riker Lowe Engineers has been providing consulting, engineering, project management, surveying and geospatial services from our offices since 1957. The Lowe Team provides superior service and technical expertise for problem solving solutions that dovetail our clients’ needs. We offer turnkey services to streamline the work process. Look for us on:

M2 STRUCTURAL, LLC Voting Representative: Michael Murphy 981 Joseph E Lowery Blvd., Suite 108 Atlanta, GA 30318

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Phone: (404) 829-2612 E-mail: mmurphy@m2structural.com Website: www.m2structural.com Number of employees: 3 Principals: Michael K. Murphy; Nils V. Ericson III Structural Consulting Engineers

MATHESON-BALL & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Jim Matheson 11285 Elkins Road, Suite F3 Roswell, GA 30076 Phone: (770) 751-0773 Fax: (770) 751-9210 E-mail: jim@mathesonball.com Website: www.mathesonball.com Number of employees: 9 Principals: James E. Matheson Mechanical engineering services for commercial, institutional, and industrial projects. Specializing in HVAC, plumbing and fire protection designs for building construction. Additional services include system evaluations and investigative reports.

MAULDIN MECHANICAL ENGINEERING Voting Representative: Aaron Mauldin 6190 Huie Drive Morrow, GA 30260 Phone: (770) 968-1277 Fax: (770) 968-1277 E-mail: amauldinengineer@comcast.net Number of employees: 1 Principals: Aaron I. Mauldin, P.E. Design of HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, energy plants and medical gas systems for commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.

MAXWELL-REDDICK & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Charles Maxwell 1203 Brampton Ave P.O. Box 1896 Statesboro, GA 30458 Phone: (912) 489-7112 Fax: (912) 489-7125 E-mail: jmaxwell@maxred.com Website: www.maxred.com Number of employees: 5 Principals: Charles J. Maxwell Maxwell-Reddick and Associates, Inc. was originally founded as a sole proprietorship (surveying company) in 1964 by Lamar O. Reddick, RLS. In 2004, Joey Maxwell acquired Reddick & Associates and in 2007 merged the surveying entity with his civil engineering firm, Maxwell Engineering. This merger resulted in a blend of disciplines that greatly benefits our clientele as the engineering and surveying professions are so fundamentally interconnected. With over forty years of civil engineering experience and over sixty years of registered land surveyor experience, we strive to provide each of our clients a final product will exceed their expectations and truly provide a seamless design experience. Along with providing quality professional services, it is always our goal to be easily accessible and to deliver personal service to each client to ensure all needs are met throughout the life of a project. Look for us on:

MC SQUARED, INC. Voting Representative: Sam Moussly 1275 Shiloh Rd., Suite 2620 Kennesaw, GA 30144 Phone: (770) 650-0873 Fax: (770) 650-7825 E-mail: moussly@mc2engineers.com ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


Number of employees: 7 Principals: Joy Moussly, President; Sameer Moussly; Joe DiStefano, VP; Kermit Schmidt, VP Geotechnical and foundation engineering, geo-environmental, construction materials testing and inspection.

Building stronger community utilities since 1936. We provide design, engineering, inspection and energy services to electric utilities.

MICHAEL QUINN & ASSOCIATES, P.C. Voting Representative: Michael Quinn 6767 Peachtree Industrial Blvd., Suite P Norcross, GA 30092

Look for us on: Phone: (770) 452-0744 E-mail: m.quinn.qa@gmail.com

MICHAEL BAKER JR., INC. MCGEE PARTNERS INC. Voting Representative: Thomas Crochet 13 Corporate Blvd NE, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30329 Phone: (770) 938-6400 Fax: (770) 938-6333 E-mail: tcrochet@mcgeepartners.com Website: www.mcgeepartners.com Number of employees: 12 Principals: Thomas M. Crochet, PE, PTOE President; Laury Jill Hodges, PE; R. Christopher Marsengill, PE, PTOE

Phone: (678) 459-1010 Fax: (678) 459-1030 E-mail: sjking@mbakercorp.com Website: www.mbakercorp.com Number of employees: 16 Principals: Mal Bricks, Assistant Vice President

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MCLEAN ENGINEERING COMPANY, INC. Voting Representative: Sean Knowles P. O. Box 2587 815 S Main St Moultrie, GA 31776-2587 Phone: (229) 985-1148 Fax: (229) 985-2248 E-mail: sean.knowles@mcleanengineering.com Website: www.mcleanengineering.com Number of employees: 11 Principals: Todd Taylor, Vice President Engineering; Sean Knowles, Vice President Business Development

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MICHAEL BAKER JR., INC (LPA) Voting Representative: Tom Montgomery 3595 Engineering Dr. Norcross, GA 30092 Phone: (770) 263-9118 Fax: (770) 263-9145 E-mail: tmontgomery@mbakercorp.com Website: www.mbakercorp.com

Since 1991, we have provided complete structural engineering services for commercial and residential projects. We specialize in wood and timber frame design, for all types of structures. Additional services include building evaluations and investigations.

MULKEY ENGINEERS & CONSULTANTS Voting Representative: Neil Davis 1255 Canton St., Suite G Roswell, GA 30075 Phone: (770) 987-0632 E-mail: ndavis@mulkeyinc.com Website: www.mulkeyinc.com/ Number of employees: 11 Principals: Jill Heath, President and CEO; Neil Davis, PE, Principal & Chief Engineer Services include site and civil engineering, transportation design and NEPA planning, construction engineering and observation (CEI), land surveying, water resources, subsurface utility engineering (S.U.E), environmental services (ecological & historical), and visualization. Look for us on:

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Services span the complete life cycle of infrastructure and managed asset projects, including planning; design; construction services; operations; maintenance; and asset renewal. Our primary markets of focus are Aviation, Environmental, Facilities, Federal, Geospatial Information Technologies, Pipelines and Telecommunications, Transportation, and Water/Wastewater.

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McGee Partners is a civil engineering firm specializing in transportation planning & design. Founded in 2002, the firm has extensive experience in roadway design, traffic studies & design, drainage studies & design, site development design, and construction administration & inspection.

Voting Representative: Stephen King 2835 Brandywine Rd., Suite 200 Chamblee, GA 30341


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Voting Representative: Walid Nannis 505 East Main St. Buford, GA 30518

Voting Representative: Dave Wright 275 Corporate Center Dr., Suite C Stockbridge, GA 30281

Phone: (770) 614-6114 Fax: (770) 614-4414 E-mail: walid@nannis.com

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Number of employees: 8 Principals: Walid A. Nannis; Carolyn S. Buckels; Mark W. Nannis; Brian E. Nannis; A. Scott Nannis Nannis & Associates, Inc. is a consulting structural engineering firm offering a full range of structural engineering services. Examples of the various types of projects designed are office buildings, schools, shopping centers, hospitals, apartments, warehouses, gymnasiums, stadiums, swimming pools, parking decks, churches, hotels, dormitories, institutional buildings, manufacturing buildings, special shoring projects, major renovations, communication towers, etc.

NBP ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Neil Wyche P. O. Box 26880 Macon, GA 31221-6880 Phone: (912) 745-1691 Fax: (912) 750-9873 E-mail: nwyche@nbpengineers.com Website: www.nbpengineers.com Number of employees: 29 Principals: Wilfred A. Nottingham, Neil S. Wyche, Tim Trotter, Kevin Smith, Susan Day NBP provides professional consulting engineering services. Our disciplines include design of HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, utility piping, refrigeration, electrical systems, and local communication/data distribution systems for commercial, institutional, and industrial buildings. Energy conservation and sustainable design, indoor air quality, building commissioning, LEED certification, audiovisual systems design. 52

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Number of employees: 4 Principals: David L. Wright, PE; Mark Jones, PE Neel-Schaffer, Inc. provides professional engineering and consulting services for the environment and infrastructure with specialization in civil, sanitary and transportation engineering, land surveying, utility design, project management, land planning, land use/feasibility studies, and construction management.

Voting Representative: Paul Simonton P. O. Box 649 Hinesville, GA 31310 Phone: (912) 368-5212 Fax: (912) 368-6071 E-mail: psimonton@pcsimonton.com Website: pcsimonton.com/ Number of employees: 3 Principals: Paul C. Simonton Civil and sanitary engineering in private and municipal areas. Specialties are land planning, water and sewer expansions.

PARAGON CONSULTING GROUP Voting Representative: Brian Upson 118 North Expressway Griffin, GA 30223

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Voting Representative: Randall Bagwell 3640 Kennesaw North Industrial Pkwy. Suite E Kennesaw, GA 30144 Phone: (770) 425-0777 Fax: (770) 425-1113 E-mail: rlbagwell@usanova.com Website: www.usanova.com Number of employees: 66 Principals: Randall Bagwell; David A. Miller; Barry J. Roziewski; Kenneth Houseman; Jason Hill; William Cantrell Geotechnical engineering, construction materials engineering, testing and special inspections, soil and groundwater environmental consulting, including Phase I and II assessments, forensic engineering, roofing and building envelope consulting/testing services, site-specific seismic assessments, asbestos consulting, geologic and hydro geologic studies.

Phone: (770) 412-7700 Fax: (770) 412-7744 E-mail: bupson@pcgeng.com Website: www.pcgeng.com Number of employees: 7 Principals: Brian K. Upson, PE Paragon Consulting Group, Inc. (PCG), established in 2003 by Brian K. Upson, P.E., is comprised of talented individuals who offer a diverse range of engineering and consulting services to meet the needs of their clients. PCG’s civil engineering specialties include wastewater design, water services, stormwater design, highway design, intersection improvement design, civil site plans, construction management, planning and commercial landscape architecture with a strong accent on providing both personal service and professional expertise to our clients. PCG is currently licensed as a Professional Engineering Company in both Georgia and Florida. As projects are sought and awarded, PCG will become licensed in other states as required by the contract. ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


Our consulting team utilizes state-of-theart computer technology to enhance client satisfaction and maximize cost efficiency. We also make client communication a high priority, which enables our staff, and clients to develop successful working relationships with an end result of exceeding expectations. PCG’s history includes clients from private, government and corporate sectors. Our company has a successful track record of meeting the planning and design expectations of each client regardless of how complex the project proves to be. PCG’s consulting staff has the professional knowledge to assess design and devise complete engineering solutions for each project. Local, state and federal entities have relied on our staff's resources and experience to assist them in providing engineering solutions to the public. Look for us on:

PARSONS BRINCKERHOFF

Phone: (404) 237-2115 Fax: (404) 237-3015 E-mail: nwankwo@pbworld.com Website: pbworld.com/ Number of employees: 35 Principals: Adiele Nwankwo, Ph.d., Senior Vice President; Paul Demit, Senior Vice President Parsons Brinckerhoff is a global consulting firm assisting public and private clients to plan, develop, design, construct, operate and maintain hundreds of critical infrastructure projects around the world. We know very well that the projects our clients entrust to us significantly impact the lives of those who live and work in their communities because we live and work in those same communiACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

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PARSONS CORPORATION Voting Representative: Aykut Urgen 3577 Parkway Lane Building 5, Suite 100 Norcross, GA 30092 Phone: (770) 446-4900 Fax: (770) 446-4910 E-mail: aykut.urgen@parsons.com Website: www.parsons.com Number of employees: 15 Principals: Aykut Urgen, PE Complete range of engineering services for all types of transportation and infrastructure projects. All manner of transportation: air, highways, bridges, rail, tunnels, and transit. Expertise in homeland security, fiberoptics/telecommunications, water/wastewater, and facilities. Master planning, PD&E, design, CEI and program management services. PARSONS has ranked as a Top-10 Global Design Firm by ENR the past 10 years.

management team with experience in a wide variety of projects. Hood-Patterson & Dewar, a sister company, is a leading provider of electrical and mechanical testing and commissioning services in major computer centers across the country and around the world. Incorporated in 1982, our clients include mission critical facilities owners, commercial and industrial customers and government institutions, along with electrical utilities, distribution cooperatives, and municipalities.

PAUL J. FORD & COMPANY Voting Representative: John Wilson 1160 S Milledge Avenue, Suite 210 Athens, GA 30606 Phone: (706) 369-1212 E-mail: jwilson@pjfweb.com Website: www.pjfweb.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: John T. Wilson; Kevin P. Bauman; Kevin G. Casey

PATTERSON & DEWAR ENGINEERS, INC.

Provide structural consultation, design, drawings and specifications to our clients; for a broad range of structures, including commercial, industrial and institutional buildings, communication towers and monopoles, high rises, parking garages and special structures. Consult with architects, owners, contractors, engineers, and government agencies on problems of construction requiring special structural engineering.

Voting Representative: JB Franklin 850 Center Way Norcross, GA 30071

PAULSON MITCHELL INCORPORATED

Phone: (770) 453-1410 Fax: (770) 453-1411 E-mail: jbfranklin@pdengineers.com Website: www.pdengineers.com Number of employees: 89 Principals: Michael J. Kline, PE; JB Franklin, PE; Daniel H. Parker, PE Patterson & Dewar Engineers is a consulting firm specializing in electrical and civil engineering, as well as the design and evaluation of vital electrical infrastructures. We also offer a construction

Voting Representative: Daniel Mitchell 85 A Mill Street, Suite 200 Roswell, GA 30075 Phone: (770) 650-7685 Fax: (770) 650-7684 E-mail: dmitchell@paulsonmitchell.com Website: www.paulsonmitchell.com Number of employees: 16 Principals: John S. Paulson, President; Daniel S. Mitchell, PE, Vice President Provide general civil engineering services to include feasibility studies, land plan53

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Voting Representative: Adiele Nwankwo 3340 Peachtree Road, NE Tower Place 100, Suite 2400 Atlanta, GA 30326

ties. It is this fact that motivates the Parsons Brinckerhoff professionals who partner with our clients to design solutions to a broad range of technical, logistical and managerial challenges.


ning, civil construction documents, landscaping plans, and project related transportation improvements. We are experienced in all aspects of retail, commercial, warehouse/distribution, educational and residential development.

PECGA LLC DBA PALMER ENGINEERING COMPANY Voting Representative: Bakulesh Patel 3581 Habersham at Northlake, Building M Tucker, GA 30084

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Phone: (770) 908-9908 Fax: (770) 908-9919 E-mail: baku.patel@pecga.com Website: www.pecga.com Number of employees: 8 Principals: Baku Patel General structural engineering for all types of structures is available including industrial, commercial, institutional, adaptive reuse, historic renovation, and residential buildings. Services are available for analysis, design, inspection, and investigation of residential, commercial, and industrial buildings.

Emphasis placed on environmental permitting, municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment, transportation, industrial and warehouse facilities, civil/site engineering, land planning, erosion control, and program/construction management.

PEOPLES & QUIGLEY, INC. Voting Representative: Robert Peoples 6059 Boylston Drive, NE Sandy Springs, GA 30328 Phone: (404) 255-2650 Fax: (404) 255-2852 E-mail: rpeoples@pandqinc.com Number of employees: 10 Principals: Robert F. Peoples, PE; Christopher D. Quigley, PE The firm provides civil and environmental engineering services to both municipal and industrial clients. Municipal clients are primarily in Georgia. Industrial waste services provided throughout the world. Services include project planning, assistance with financing, design, construction surveillance, operational assistance and consulting in water, wastewater, solid waste, site design, hydrology, drainage, and industrial waste.

PENDERGRASS & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Richard Pendergrass PO Box 81610 Conyers, GA 30013 Phone: (770) 785-7853 Fax: (770) 785-7136 E-mail: rpendergrass@pnaeng.com Website: www.pnaeng.com Number of employees: 3 Principals: Richard R. Pendergrass, PE Practice provides comprehensive civil and environmental engineering services to the municipal and industrial sectors, including planning, design, and construction management/observation. 54

normal and emergency power, fire alarm, nurse call, code blue, and peak shaving systems for new construction and renovation in hospitals, clinics, outpatient facilities, medical and commercial office buildings, higher education facilities, and central energy plants. Leadership or support for LEED and sustainable building projects.

PERRYCRABB INC. Voting Representative: James R. Crabb 2987 Clairmont Rd., Suite 400 Atlanta, GA 30329

PES STRUCTURAL ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Michael Planer 1852 Century Place, Suite 201 Atlanta, GA 30345 Phone: (770) 457-5923 Fax: (770) 457-9989 E-mail: mplaner@pesengineers.com Website: www.pesengineers.com Number of employees: 28 Principals: G.J. ''Pete'' Pruitt, PE, SE; Robert Stone, PE; Michael Planer, PE; Stefan Keuller, PE; Travis Paul, PE Structural engineering for office, retail, housing, mixed-use, industrial, healthcare, education, religious, recreation and hospitality, government/institutional projects. Services include design analysis for low, mid and high-rise buildings, design documents, inspection, investigation, studies and reports, specifications and Construction Administration. Voted one of the '' Best Firms to Work For'' by Structural Engineer magazine in 2005, 2006, 2007, and 2008. Look for us on:

Phone: (404) 633-0261 Fax: (404) 634-3771 E-mail: jcrabb@perrycrabb.com Website: www.perrycrabb.com Number of employees: 24 Principals: James R. Crabb; Jeff Atwater; Jim Zebrowski; Peter Anderson; Michael Lamb Planning, design, and analysis of heating, ventilation, air conditioning, plumbing, fire protection, medical gas, lighting,

PHILIP I. LEVINE ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Philip Levine P. O. Box 1766 Cumming, GA 30028 Phone: (770) 887-4404 Fax: (770) 887-4714 E-mail: pile@mindspring.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: Philip I. Levine ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


Primary services are structural analysis, design and contract document production for foundations and superstructures of commercial, institutional and residential projects. Physical condition review, forensic analysis, blast and security design.

POLYTRON, INC.

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Voting Representative: Charlie Jager 3300 Breckinridge Blvd, Suite 100 Duluth, GA 30096

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Phone: (678) 328-2999 Fax: (678) 328-2880 E-mail: cjager@polytron.com Website: www.polytron.com

PRECISION PLANNING, INC.

Number of employees: 49 Principals: Charles W. Jager, President; Ronald Rich, Vice President; Brent Stromwall, Vice President; Damian Stahl, Vice President

Phone: (770) 962-8000 Fax: (770) 822-5990 E-mail: 063DL@ppi.us Website: www.ppi.us

Voting Representative: W.D. Leonard P. O. Box 2210 Lawrenceville, GA 30046-2210

PHOTO SCIENCE INC. Voting Representative: Jeffrey S. Simmons 1410 Indian Trail Rd Norcross, GA 30093 Phone: (770) 564-9843 Fax: (770) 279-9568 E-mail: jsimmons@photoscience.com Website: www.photoscience.com Number of employees: 44 Principals: G. Michael Ritchie, PE, PLS, CP, FACEC; Jeffrey S. Simmons, PLS

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POND & COMPANY Voting Representative: Roseana Richards 3500 Parkway Lane, Suite 600 Norcross, GA 30092 Phone: (678) 336-7740 Fax: (678) 336-7744 E-mail: richardsr@pondco.com Website: www.pondco.com Number of employees: 140 Principals: Al Pond; Tony Parker; Roseana Richards; Jeff Meier; John Cassidy; Kip Stokes; Brian Bolick; Chris Farnie Architectural and engineering services for government and corporate facilities. Specialties include aviation, fueling systems, admin support facilities, public safety, maintenance facilities, telecommunication systems, transportation, corrosion engineering, utilities, urban plan-

Number of employees: 65 Principals: W. D. Leonard; R. W. Dixon; Bill Crowder; Jimmy Parker Comprehensive civil engineering services; project management planning, feasibility studies, surveying, civil and structural engineering design, landscape architecture, construction management, federal and state grants, flood control, hydrology studies, storm drainage; industrial, commercial and residential site development, parks and recreational facilities, roadways, bridges, railways, sewer systems, urban and regional planning, water and wastewater treatment plants and distribution systems. Look for us on:

PRIME ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: Thomas Gambino 3715 Northside Pkwy, NW 300 Northcreek, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30327 Phone: (404) 425-7100 Fax: (404) 425-7101 E-mail: tgambino@prime-eng.com Website: www.prime-eng.com Number of employees: 25 Principals: Thomas D. Gambino, PE, President; Rob MacPherson, PE, Vice President

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Photo Science is a full-service aerial photography, GPS field control, GIS and photogrammetric services firm; with a staff of over 180 professional and technical personnel devoted exclusively to aerial photography, surveying, and photogrammetry. Our team of professionals include eighteen (18) Certified Photogrammetrists; four (4) Professional Engineers; twenty (20) Professional Land Surveyors; three (3) Certified Mapping Scientists; four (4) Professional Surveyors and Mappers; and over one-hundred thirty one cartographers, technicians, and support personnel. Photo Science owns and operates leading-edge technology. Key equipment includes nine (9) fully customized, state-of-the-art aircraft, including Airborne GPS and LIDAR capability with full-time pilots ready to mobilize at a moment’s notice; twentysix (26) GPS units; numerous analytical stereoplotters; Intergraph and Vision SoftCopy systems with complete Digital Orthophoto, GIS, AutoCAD, and Arc/INFO services.

Polytron, based in Duluth, Georgia helps customers engineer and operate with manufacturing excellence. Since 1983, we have applied our project management and engineering expertise in engagements with many of the world’s largest Food, Beverage, Pharmaceutical, and Consumer Products companies, as well as in the Water and Waste Water Treatment industries.


Prime Engineering, Inc. is a full-service consulting firm based in Atlanta, Georgia. Established in 1990, Prime Engineering offers client-focused services with expertise in surveying, engineering, architecture, procurement, and construction administration. With offices in Atlanta, Baltimore, Orlando, and Hong Kong, Prime has completed projects worldwide.

President ‘Groundbreaking by Design’ ~ QK4 provides transportation, water resources, structural, and site engineering; surveying; environmental studies; community planning; right-of-way acquisition, and landscape architectural design to public and private clients. Look for us on:

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PRUETT, FORD & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: James Ford 1201 Broad Street, Suite 3-A Augusta, GA 30901-1110 Phone: (706) 722-3959 Fax: (706) 724-5127 E-mail: jmford@pruettford.com Website: www.pruettford.com Number of employees: 15 Principals: J. Martin Ford, Partner/President Pruett, Ford and Associates is in the primary business of engineered building systems design, with a primary emphasis on mechanical systems. Our clients include a full array of architects, building managers, building owners and developers. Our staff, which currently numbers 13, includes three professional engineers, holding active registrations covering most of the southeast.

QK4 Voting Representative: Andrew Ballerstedt 3169 Holcomb Bridge Road, Suite 455 Norcross, GA 30071 Phone: (404) 329-5900 Fax: (404) 329-5901 E-mail: aballerstedt@qk4.com Website: www.qk4.com Number of employees: 5 Principals: Andrew Ballerstedt, Vice 56

Voting Representative: Ralph Hayden 1992 Chesterfield Drive, NE Atlanta, GA 30345

has offered survey, design and construction engineering services for railroads, highways, bridges, and land development, solid waste and utility projects. Our services include surveying and mapping, environmental site assessment, planning and zoning, traffic and transportation, water resources, solid waste, geotechnical, dam engineering, construction management, utility design, and design building services. Public sector clients include state and county agencies and transportation departments, and major railroads and utility companies.

ROBERT Phone: (404) 325-3593 Fax: (404) 325-9283 E-mail: rhaydenpa@aol.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: Ralph L. Hayden, PE, LS Engineering studies for concepts; feasibility; economics; location and geometry; property and environmental impacts; for railroad and /or highway served facilities and industrial development. Engineering consultant for surveys, design and industrial development. Engineering consultant for surveys, design and construction from concept through project completion for railroads, urban or rural highways, or landfills for private, corporate, or public clients.

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Voting Representative: Brian Kluttz 229 Peachtree St. International Tower, Suite 2000 Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: (404) 577-4000 Fax: (404) 577-7119 E-mail: b.kluttz@robertco.com Website: www.robertandcompany.com Number of employees: 24 Principals: Michael K. Kluttz; Lawrence Beasley

RILEY, PARK, HAYDEN & ASSOCIATES, INC.

Robert and Company provides complete project management, architecture, landscape architecture, planning and structural, mechanical, electrical, civil, transportation and environmental engineering for airports, industrial development, commercial/office development, governmental, educational, medical/laboratory and residential projects.

Voting Representative: Reid Irwin 3005 Breckinridge Blvd., Suite 240 Duluth, GA 30096

ROBINSON ASSOCIATES

Phone: (678) 380-9170 Fax: (678) 380-9171 E-mail: rirwin@rphengineering.com Website: www.rphengineering.com Number of employees: 20 Principals: Hugh M. Gauntt, Principal; A. Reid Irwin, President For over 40 years, Riley, Park, Hayden

Voting Representative: James H Robinson 5500 Oakbrook Parkway, Suite 110 Norcross, GA 30093 Phone: (770) 840-0282 Fax: (770) 840-0382 E-mail: jim@robinsonengineers.com Website: www.robinsonengineers.com

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Number of employees: 6 Principals: James H. Robinson Jr., PE, President Structural engineering services for commercial, institutional and residential projects. Investigations and review for existing structures, new designs and failed structures.

ROCHESTER & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Darrell Rochester P.O. Box 2871 Gainesville, GA 30503 Phone: (770) 718-0600 x101 Fax: (770) 718-9090 E-mail: dkrochester@rochester-assoc.com Website: www.rochester-assoc.com Number of employees: 25 Principals: Darrell K. Rochester; Brian Rochester Rochester & Associates is a relationshipbased land surveying, civil engineering, and project management provider with two Georgia offices (Gainesville and Fayetteville). Established in 1966 by Keith Rochester, RLS, we have built our reputation on repeat business from wildly satisfied clients who unquestionably use us for their next project.

Voting Representative: Bill Griffin Two Peachtree Pointe 1555 Peachtree St NE, Suite 800 Atlanta, GA 30309

RS&H Voting Representative: Jeff VanDyke 730 Peachtree St., Suite 430 Atlanta, GA 30308

Number of Employees: 135 Principals: William S. Griffin; Dale A. Gaines; Charles A. Hanning; William W. Curry III; John T. Akers ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

S&ME services are geotechnical engineering; construction materials engineering and testing; environmental, civil solid waste, and natural resources and cultural resources. Markets include education, federal, healthcare, industrial, ports, power, retail/commercial, solid waste and transportation. The company is employee owned and stresses an unconditional commitment to safety and to engineering integrity. Look for us on:

Phone: (678) 528-7200 Fax: (404) 347-9522 E-mail: jeff.vandyke@rsandh.com Website: www.rsandh.com Number of employees: 17 Principals: Brian P. Reed, PE Chief Executive Officer RS&H is organized into client-focused programs, each with its own multi-disciplined staff of architects, engineers, planners, environmental scientists and technical support personnel. Clients are served by teams of specialists selected for the expertise and experience they can provide in specific areas of interest. Each team is supported by the firm’s total spectrum of architectural, engineering, planning and environmental services.

SAFEMARK, LLC Voting Representative: Steve Lee P O Box 190999 Atlanta, GA 31119 Phone: (678) 904-7610 Fax: (866) 774-8070 E-mail: steve.lee@safemarkLLC.com Website: www.safemarkllc.com Number of employees: 3 Principals: Steven E. Lee, FPE, President SafeMark, LLC is an employee owned small business with more than 15 years’ experience providing engineering design and consulting services in the Risk Management, Fire, Life Safety, and Asset Protection disciplines.

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SAUSSY ENGINEERING S&ME, INC.

Phone: (404) 888-7049 Fax: (404) 888-7129 E-mail: bgriffin@rosser.com Website: www.rosser.com

Number of employees: 37 Principals: Eldon Evans, PE; Dave Albin, PE; Rich Mockridge, PE; Bob Williamson, PE; Adam Marr, PE; Steve Diamond , PE

Voting Representative: Eldon Evans 11420 Johns Creek Pkwy Duluth, GA 30097

Voting Representative: W. Hunter Saussy, III 400 Johnny Mercer Blvd, Suite E Savannah, GA 31410

Phone: (770) 476-3555 Fax: (770) 476-0213 E-mail: eevans@smeinc.com Website: www.smeinc.com

Phone: (912) 898-8255 Fax: (912) 898-1882 E-mail: hsaussy@saussyengineering.com

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Our integration of nationally recognized architects and engineers provides a full scope of services including planning; structural, mechanical, and electrical engineering; interior design; security systems technology; and project management. Our design areas include office buildings, stadiums and arenas, aircraft hangars, criminal justice facilities, laboratories, airport terminals, industrial plants, museums, educational facilities, hospitals, and government complexes.


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Number of employees: 6 Principals: Nebil B. Sedki

Saussy Engineering specializes in structural design, analysis, consultation, investigation, and construction administration services. Mr. Saussy is a 1983 graduate of Georgia Southern College and has been practicing engineering for 20 years. He holds registrations in GA, FL, AL, MS, LA, and TX and is past president of the Savannah Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers. His office is located in the Islands Park complex on Wilmington Island.

Sedki and Russ Engineers, Inc. provide a full range of structural engineering services. These services include, but are not limited to, design, construction documents, specifications, inspections, investigations, repair and corrective measures.

SCHNABEL DAM ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: Randy Bass 6445 Shiloh Road, Suite A Alpharetta, GA 30005 Phone: (770) 781-8008 E-mail: rbass@schnabel-eng.com Website: www.schnabel-eng.com Number of employees: 24 Principals: Chuck B. Wilson; Randy Bass Engineering Consultants providing services in the area of dam designs and investigations, geotechnical, environmental, geophysical, construction testing and inspections for both private and government sectors. Schnabel Engineering is the leader in the Southeast in designing new dams for flood control, water supply, agricultural and recreation and in the design of the rehabilitation of existing dams.

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SOUTHERN CIVIL ENGINEERS, INC. SENECA FIRE ENGINEERING, LLC Voting Representative: Daniel Arnold 1205 Johnson Ferry Rd., Suite 136-400 Marietta, GA 30068 Phone: (770) 587-2444 Fax: (770) 587-2808 E-mail: darnold@senecafire.com

Voting Representative: Jim Hamilton 10 Roswell St., Suite 210 Alpharetta, GA 30009 Phone: (770) 619-4280 Fax: (770) 619-4270 E-mail: jhamilton@sce-atlanta.com Website: www.sce-atlanta.com

Number of employees: 1 Principals: Daniel L. Arnold, PE, FSFPE

Number of employees: 7 Principals: James R. Hamilton; Greg M. Maxey

Complete fire protection engineering services. Fire suppression, detection and alarm system study, evaluation and design; and smoke control requirements, special hazard design, system assessment and testing. Building and life safety code consulting (property condition surveys, studies and master plans, egress design, AHJ negotiations, equivalencies). Fire Investigation and litigation related services. Commercial, industrial and military experience.

General civil engineering/planning services for public and private land development organizations: Planning-conceptual/ environmental/phased development studies, feasibility/impact studies, master planning, water/sewer utility planning/design, rezoning consulting, stormwater management analyses, flood plain management studies, highway design, infrastructure engineering for commercial, residential, industrial and government projects.

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SPATIAL ENGINEERING INC.

Voting Representative: David H. Shull, Jr. 127 Church St., NE, Suite 100 Marietta, GA 30060

Voting Representative: Richard Truluck 613 Towne Park West Dr., Suite 202 Rincon, GA 31326

RUSS ENGINEERS, INC.

Voting Representative: Nebil Sedki 6700 Vernon Woods Drive, Suite 200 Atlanta, GA 30328-3151

Provides consulting structural engineering services for commercial, retail, office buildings and medical office buildings, institutional, hospitality and golf resorts, mid-rise multi-family and residential, conference centers and parking structures. Services include analysis and design, construction administration, reviews, and structural renovations.

Phone: (404) 459-0585 Fax: (404) 459-0586 E-mail: dshull@shullassociates.com Website: www.shullassociates.com Number of employees: 3 Principals: David H. Shull, Jr., P.E.

Phone: (912) 826-6688 Fax: (912) 826-1055 E-mail: rtruluck@spateng.com Website: www.spatialengineering.com Number of employees: 13 Spatial Engineering, Inc. specializes in ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


spatial data systems. Services we offer include GIS Implementation plans, CADD-GIS spatial interoperability solutions, enterprise data management solutions, database design, application development, GIS web design, ESRI and custom training, military master planning and business process automation (permits, site analysis, etc.).

economics for infrastructure and facilities projects. We support public and private sector clients, from the initial conceptualization to project completion and beyond. Our services are provided through approximately 10,500 employees operating out of more than 160 locations in North America and 4 locations internationally, including three offices in Middle and North Georgia.

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Voting Representative: Barry Spurlock 2970 Clairmont Road, Suite 620 Atlanta, GA 30329 Phone: (404) 633-0245 Fax: (404) 633-1756 E-mail: barry@spurlock-eng.com Website: www.spurlock-eng.com Number of employees: 11 Principals: Barry L. Spurlock; Christopher W. Geidel; Rebecca M. Dean; Michael W. Dillon; Sean Broderick; Lin Kelly Design of heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical systems for commercial and institutional buildings.

STANTEC CONSULTING SERVICES, INC.

Phone: (770) 813-0882 Fax: (770) 813-0688 E-mail: andy.anderson@stantec.com Website: www.stantec.com Number of employees: 11 Principals: Marsha Anderson Bomar, Senior Principal; Steve Bitney, Principal; Andy Anderson, Managing Principal Stantec provides professional consulting services in planning, engineering, architecture, interior design, landscape architecture, surveying, environmental sciences, project management, and project ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

Voting Representative: Alan Brady 2337 Perimeter Park Dr., Suite 215 Atlanta, GA 30341 Phone: (770) 455-3404 Fax: (770) 451-1415 E-mail: abrady@sbfa.net Website: www.sbfa.net Number of employees: 6 Principals: Alan T. Brady, Tony Fagan, Debra Erwin, Guy Marsh Starzer Brady Fagan Associates, Inc. is a structural engineering firm offering a full range of services including preliminary consultation, value engineering, design services, contract administration, and investigations and analysis of existing facilities. Services are provided for all types of structures, constructed of various material types.

Comprehensive civil, environmental, water and wastewater engineering services, with offices located in Albany, Atlanta and Augusta. Areas of expertise include water supply, treatment and distribution, wastewater collection and treatment, roadway and drainage, property and topographic surveys. Also, funding assistance, feasibility studies, reports, design, bidding and construction phase assistance. Environmental services include site assessments, permitting, regulatory assistance, environmental program management, and remedial design.

STV/RALPH WHITEHEAD ASSOCIATES Voting Representative: Margie Pozin 3505 Koger Blvd, Suite 205 Duluth, GA 30096 Phone: (770) 452-0797 Fax: (770) 936-9171 E-mail: margie.pozin@stvinc.com Website: www.stvinc.com/who.aspx Number of employees: 14 STV provides comprehensive planning and design services for transportation and infrastructure projects including rail, highway, and structures. Construction management and inspection services are also offered for road and rail improvements.

STEVENSON & PALMER ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: William White 2430 Herodian Way, Suite 101 Smyrna, GA 30080 Phone: 770-952-2481 Fax: 770-955-1064 E-mail: wwhite@speng.com Website: www.speng.com

SWEITZER ENGINEERING, INC. Voting Representative: John H. Sweitzer 5655 Lake Acworth Dr., Suite 120 Acworth, GA, 30101 Phone: (678) 569-4290 Fax: (678) 569-4294 E-mail: jsweitzer@sweitzerengineering.com

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Terracon is a multi-faceted firm, offering a full range of geotechnical, environmental, construction materials testing, pavements, facilities and cultural resource management services nationwide. Specific services include: subsurface explorations; environmental assessment and remediation; risk/hazard analyses; property condition assessments; asbestos consulting; site-specific seismic studies; NPDES; wetlands delineation and permitting; threatened and endangered species surveys; NEPA; historical research/mitigation; and archaeological surveys.

The Good Group is a full-service Civil engineering and Real Estate consulting firm with services provided throughout the United States and Puerto Rico. Our specialty is Land Development from site selection, acquisition, due diligence, project management, planning, design, permitting, construction support services, and disposition of property within a one-stop approach.

THE HOWLAND COMPANY, INC. Voting Representative: A Howland 4540 Atwater Court, Suite 107 Buford, GA 30518

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Voting Representative: Michael Bledsoe P.O. Box 1224 Watkinsville, GA 30677

Phone: (678) 546-5680 Fax: (678) 546-5939 E-mail: rhowland@thehowlandcompany.com Website: www.thehowlandcompany.com

Phone: (706) 769-5071 Fax: (706) 769-3745 E-mail: mpb@tegi-ga.com

Number of employees: 8 Principals: A. Ray Howland; Carl W. Sirles; James D Huff

Number of employees: 1 Principals: Michael P. Bledsoe, PE, President

Provides engineering design, analysis, development, construction, troubleshooting, evaluation, training, and feasibility studies services for: antenna/anechoic chamber test facilities; electromagnetic interference/compatibility/nonionizing radiation hazard control; microwave antenna/propagation studies; VHF, UHF, and microwave communications systems; instrumentation and measurement systems. Produces a line of CTIA certifiable wireless Test Labs and accessories.

T.Y. LIN INTERNATIONAL Voting Representative: Dean Collins 260 Peachtree Street, Suite 900 Atlanta, GA 30303 Phone: (404) 841-7886 Fax: (404) 841-7887 E-mail: dean.collins@tylin.com Website: www.tylin.com/ Number of employees: 26 Principals: J. Dean Collins, PE; Chuck Deeb, PE; Tom Zeigler, PE; Teresa Curry, PE

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The Engineering Group, Inc. provides comprehensive civil engineering services including: feasibility studies; civil/site design; hydrology and hydraulics; water and wastewater; infrastructure; treatment facility design; complete project management; and construction administration.

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One Global Vision. T.Y. Lin International Group is a global, multi-disciplinary engineering services firm recognized for solving some of the most significant infrastructure challenges of our age.

Voting Representative: Tim Brown 2855 Premiere Parkway, Suite C Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (770) 623-0755 Fax: (770) 623-9628 E-mail: tabrown@terracon.com Website: www.terracon.com Number of employees: 46 Principals: Jamal Najm, PE; Chris Srock, PE 60

Voting Representative: Robert Good 3760 Sixes Road, Suite 126-266 Canton, GA 30114 Phone: (770) 874-9210 Fax: (770) 874-9216 E-mail: rgood@thegoodgroup.com Website: www.thegoodgroup.com Number of employees: 1 Principals: Robert H. Good

THE MADDOX GROUP, INC. Voting Representative: Robert Maddox 9309 Seminole Road Jonesboro, GA 30236 Phone: (770) 471-9076 Fax: (770) 471-9076 E-mail: maddoxgroup@comcast.net Number of employees: 1 ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


Principals: Robert M. Maddox Consulting firm providing lighting, electrical and systems design, engineering, and analyzing services for new and renovation projects of various types and sizes including commercial, institutional, industrial, and recreational. Mechanical services also available.

knowledge of specific design and permitting requirements of the Southeast. In addition, Thomas & Hutton’s general expertise has allowed us to design projects across the globe. Look for us on:

THOMPSON ENGINEERING, INC. Services include project conceptualization and planning, construction documents, surveys, power distribution systems, lighting systems, life safety systems.

THOMAS & HUTTON ENGINEERING CO. Voting Representative: Charles Ezelle P.O. Box 2727 Savannah, GA 31402-2727 Phone: (912) 234-5300 E-mail: ezelle.c@thomasandhutton.com Website: www.thomasandhutton.com/ profile.html Number of employees: 96 Principals: Mitchell Bohannon; Jason J. Bryant; Jimmy Collins; Charles J. Ezelle; Ralph L. Forbes; Charles L. George; Jeffrey L. Halliburton; Benny K. Jones, Jr.; Doyle D. Kelley, Jr.; Samuel G. McCachern; Lamar Mercer; Scott Monson; Ryan M. Smith; Nicholas D. Stanley; Christopher Stovall Thomas & Hutton is a privately held, professional services company providing engineering, surveying, planning,

Locations in Savannah and Brunswick, GA; Charleston and Myrtle Beach, SC; and Wilmington, NC give us an intimate ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

Phone: (404) 574-1985 Fax: (404) 574-1990 E-mail: tharjung@thompsonengineering.com Website: www.thompsonengineering.com Number of employees: 5 Principals: James Shumock, CEO; John Baker, President

Voting Representative: David Jackson 1780 Corporate Drive, Suite 400 Norcross, GA 30093 Phone: (770) 931-8005 Fax: (770) 931-8555 E-mail: dwjackson@transystems.com Website: www.transystems.com Number of employees: 22 Principals: David Jackson, Senior Vice President Transportation consulting, including roadway design, bridge and structural design, transportation planning and traffic engineering, transit planning and design, aviation and rail planning and design, construction management, environmental permitting, land surveying. Look for us on:

TTL, INC. Thompson Engineering, Inc. is a multidisciplinary firm that specializes in transportation planning and design, construction management, geotechnical investigation and materials testing, and environmental investigation and documentation.

Voting Representative: Keith Reaves 1309 Edgewood Drive Valdosta, GA 31601-4368

TOLSON, SIMPSON & ASSOCIATES

Number of employees: 36 Principals: Michael E. McNeal, P.E.; H. Dean McClure

Voting Representative: James Freeman 104 Township Way Canton, GA 30115 Phone: (770) 263-1034 Fax: (770) 242-3009 E-mail:jfreeman@tolson-simpson.comcastbiz.net Website: www.tolson-simpson.com Number of employees: 2 Principals: James E. Freeman, PE Mechanical and electrical design for various types of commercial, industrial and institutional buildings.

Phone: (229) 244-8619 Fax: (229) 245-8170 E-mail: kreaves@ttlusa.com Website: www.ttlinc.com

Provides geotechnical and materials engineering, construction quality control testing services, storm water monitoring and testing, geological and hydrogeological studies and environmental site assessments. Services include NPDES storm water monitoring, groundwater monitoring well installation, groundwater and methane gas monitoring plans, sampling and reporting. Also, perform site suitability studies for landfills and land application systems. Look for us on:

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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and consulting services to public and private clients. We've been designing awardwinning projects and building strong client relationships for 67 years. Our passion continues to be creating the highest quality designs and making client needs our foremost priority.

Voting Representative: Tom Harjung 6600 Peachtree Dunwoody Road 600 Embassy Row, Suite 450 Atlanta, GA 30328

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Voting Representative: Scott Smelter 625 Holcomb Bridge Road Norcross, GA 30071-2045 Phone: (770) 209-0029 x2863 Fax: (770) 582-2900 E-mail: ssmelter@unitedconsulting.com Website: www.unitedconsulting.com Number of employees: 79 Principals: Donald E. Hill; Reza Abree; Scott D. Smelter; Chris L. Roberds United Consulting is an engineering firm established in 1990 located in Norcross, Georgia. We have been ranked as a Top 25 Engineering Firm in the Atlanta Business Chronicle for seven consecutive years. Look for us on:

URBAN ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Dan Wintermeyer 1904 Monroe Drive, NE, Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30324-4859 Phone: (404) 873-5874 Fax: (404) 873-5877 E-mail: dwintermeyer@urbanengineers.net Website: www.urbanengineers.net Number of employees: 5 Principals: Nelson F. Goetz Design and construction management in the field of civil engineering relating to highways, streets, airports, industrial parks, plan unit development, specifications, and utilities.

URS CORPORATION Voting Representative: Don Harris 400 Northpark Center, Suite 900 1000 Abernathy Road, N.E. Atlanta, GA 30328

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VOLKERT, INC.

Number of employees: 212 Principals: Don Harris; Grace Wood; John Oliver; Duncan Douglas; Patti Slade; Thom Cerny; Joe Riddle

Phone: (770) 919-9520 Fax: (770) 919-9542 E-mail: richard.boston@volkert.com Website: www.volkert.com

URS provides comprehensive, integrated environmental and engineering services, as well as civil and remedial design and construction services to clients on a global basis. Look for us on:

UZUN & CASE ENGINEERS, LLC Voting Representative: Martin Cuadra 1230 Peachtree Street NE, Suite 2500 Atlanta, GA 30309 Phone: (678) 553-5200 Fax: (678) 553-5270 E-mail: mcuadra@uzuncase.com Website: www.uzuncase.com Number of employees: 47 Principals: Tamer Uzun, PE SE Senior Principal; James W. Case, PE Senior Principal; Larry McDowell, PE Senior Principal; Martin Cuadra, PE SE Senior Principal; Tom Pfeifer, PE; Rob Weilacher, PE SE; John Hutton PE SE; George Briglevich PE Complete structural engineering services including office buildings, corporate headquarters, K-12 Higher Education Facilities, hotels, convention centers, coliseums, aquariums, apartments, condominiums, hospitals, healthcare facilities, shopping centers, department stores, high rise and long span structures. Other services include structural inspections, design reviews, failure evaluation, value engineering, structural repair and renovation design.

Voting Representative: Richard Boston 500 Chastain Center Blvd., Suite 535 Kennesaw, GA 30144

Number of employees: 3 Principals: David Young Volkert currently operates 17 offices located in 10 states and the District of Columbia providing services with a staff of more than 650 employees. Volkert offers transportation design, environmental, construction engineering inspection, and utility design and inspection services. Volkert puts an emphasis on quality work on time and in budget.

W. HUNTER SAUSSY, JR. PE, LLC Voting Representative: Wm. Hunter Saussy PO Box 9057 Savannah, GA 31412 Phone: (912) 232-8118 Fax: (912) 232-8118 Number of Employees: 1 Civil-structural-marine-forensic consulting services.

W. K. DICKSON & CO., INC. Voting Representative: Trey Wingate 1450 Greene St., Suite 225 Augusta, GA 30901 Phone: (706) 722-3479 Fax: (706) 722-6773 E-mail: twingate@wkdickson.com Website: www.wkdickson.com Number of employees: 26 Principals: David L. Peeler, PE, President; David L. Pond, PE, Executive Vice PresACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


ident; Trey Wingate, PE, Vice President; Sean Flynn, PE, Vice President WK Dickson is an ENR Top 500, multidisciplined consulting firm specializing in total community infrastructure solutions including: Environmental and Water Resources Engineering; Transportation Planning & Design; Community Planning and Development; and Geospatial Technology. Our goal is to help communities improve the lives of its citizens through sound, ecologically responsible design principals. Look for us on:

W. R. TOOLE ENGINEERS, INC. Voting Representative: Rick Toole 1005 Broad St., Suite 200 Augusta, GA 30901 Phone: (706) 722-4114 Fax: (706) 722-6219 E-mail: rtoole@wrtoole.com Website: www.wrtoole.com Number of employees: 12 Principals: William R.Toole, PE, AICP, President; Erik P. Hammarlund, PE, Vice President

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Voting Representative: Martin Walden 1827 Powers Ferry Road Bldg. 23, Suite 300 Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: (770) 956-7879 Fax: (770) 956-7885 E-mail: mlwalden@waldenashworth.com Website: www.waldenashworth.com Number of employees: 7 Principals: Martin L. Walden; James M. Hardin Walden, Ashworth & Associates, Inc. is a multi-discipline consulting firm offering professional services in engineering and planning. The firm's professional practices include planning and designing of facilities in the following areas: dam design and evaluation, commercial & residential land development, recreation, industrial, municipal, transportation, water resources.

Number of employees: 7 Principals: Bill Brown, P.E. Wenck Associates, Inc. is a leader in engineering, environmental, and business services. We provide industries and local, state, and federal agencies a full spectrum of services related to infrastructure, water, air, land, and waste. Wenck has one goal: providing our clients the best possible service to meet their needs. Wenck clients receive more than technical engineering. We negotiate with regulators, lead public meetings, and provide insight on the complex political ramifications of your projects. With the ‘big picture’ in mind, we take the initiative to ensure a successful outcome to your project.

Voting Representative: Douglas Robinson 1201 Peachtree Street, NE Colony Square, Suite 1600 Atlanta, GA 30361 Phone: (404) 898-9620 E-mail: drobinson@walterpmoore.com Website: www.walterpmoore.com/

Our services include: Air Quality Civil Engineering Emergency Response Services (1-800368-8831) Environmental Management & Regulatory Compliance Environmental Review and Assessment Geotechnical & Hydrogeologic Services Industrial Design and Engineering Industrial Hygiene and Safety Site Assessments Sustainability Services Waste Management Water Resources

Number of employees: 17

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WILEY ENGINEERING, INC. WENCK ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Tara McCullen 11113 Houze Road, #200 Roswell, GA 30076

Voting Representative: Chris Wiley 1341 Capital Circle, Suite C Marietta, GA 30067 Phone: (770) 818-1621 Fax: (770) 818-1624 E-mail: chris.wiley@wiley-eng.com Website: www.wiley-eng.com

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Celebrating over 29-years of service, W. R. Toole Engineers, Inc. provides land planning, engineering, consulting, construction administration, project management, and construction inspections services. Specific areas of services include feasibility studies; transportation facilities for urban and rural highways; hydrologic and hydraulic modeling; stormwater management; water distribution and fire suppression supply; sanitary sewer systems; pump stations; land development; residential community

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Number of employees: 3 Principals: Chris Wiley, PE We provide process design, electrical engineering and controls engineering for manufacturing systems. Our strengths are in programming, process design and Rockwell Automation, Intellution and Siemans Systems Integration.

WILLETT ENGINEERING COMPANY Voting Representative: Mac Willett 3528 Habersham at Northlake Tucker, GA 30084 Phone: (770) 270-9484 E-mail: mwillett@willettengineering.com Website: www.willettengineering.com Number of employees: 10 Principals: J. Mac Willett, PE Provides consulting structural engineering to the building industry. Services include full service structural engineering for new, existing, and renovated structures; design review; forensic; construction inspections; construction administration and value engineering. Look for us on:

WILLMER ENGINEERING INC. Voting Representative: Doris Willmer 3772 Pleasantdale Road, Suite 165 Atlanta, GA 30340-4270 Phone: (770) 939-0089 x24 Fax: (770) 939-4299 E-mail: dwillmer@willmerengineering.com Website: www.willmerengineering.com Number of employees: 33 Principals: Doris I. Willmer, James L. Willmer Willmer, a WBENC-certified womanowned business, provides geotechnical 64

and environmental engineering consulting services and construction materials and quality control/assurance testing services throughout the Southeast. Projects range from commercial and public developments, water and wastewater plants, power plants, roads, bridges and airports to landfills, brownfields and contaminated site assessment/remediation. Willmer’s AASHTO accredited materials testing laboratory supports all client services.

Fax: (770) 458-8388 E-mail: bwomack@womacklumsden.com

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Voting Representative: Warren Howe 192 Spring Lake Lane Canton, GA 30115

Number of employees: 5 Principals: W.B.M. Womack, PE; George W. Lumsden, PE Electrical engineering consulting firm.

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WOLVERTON & ASSOCIATES, INC. Voting Representative: Jay Wolverton 6745 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 100 Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (770) 447-8999 Fax: (770) 447-9070 E-mail: jay.wolverton@wolverton-assoc.com Website: www.wolverton-assoc.com Number of employees: 74 Principals: Jay Wolverton Jr.; Mark Woolridge; Joe Macrina; Doug Dahlberg W&A is a full-service Consulting Engineering firm offering professional services in Civil Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Traffic Engineering, Structural Engineering, Land Surveying, Subsurface Utility Engineering, and Landscape Architecture for both public and private agencies. Our experience includes but is not limited to federal, state, county, DOTs, municipal, CIDs, and private retail/facility project experience.

Phone: (770) 844-0037 Fax: (678) 513-3860 E-mail: whowe@wheeinc.com Website: www.wheeinc.com Number of employees: 5 Principals: Steven R. Woodruff, PE, President; Warren W. Howe, PE, Vice President WHEE is a full-service environmental engineering consulting firm specializing in wastewater treatment design, evaluation and troubleshooting; air pollution control system design and evaluation; regulatory permitting; environmental management system development and implementation agricultural waste handling systems and nutrient management planning; and chemical process design and evaluation as it relates to pollution control and prevention for industrial, commercial and municipal entities.

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Voting Representative: Mike Avellano 375 Northridge Rd., Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30350

Voting Representative: Bill Womack 4200 Perimeter Park South, Suite 225 Atlanta, GA 30341-6800

Phone: (770) 391-4095 Fax: (770) 391-4104 E-mail: mike.avellano@woolpert.com Website: www.woolpert.com

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Principals: Mike Avellano, PE, SE, Vice President; Eric McDonald, Senior Associate; Eric Anderson, Senior Associate; Scott Schmidt, AIA, Associate Architecture, Asset management, master planning, GIS, SSES, photogrammetry, surveying, bridge, water, wastewater, storm water. Look for us on:

WORKING BUILDINGS Voting Representative: Suzanne Kloth 1230 Peachtree Street NE 300 Promenade Atlanta, GA 30309-3591 Phone: (678) 990-8001 Fax: (678) 990-5399 E-mail: sgkloth@workingbuildings.com Website: www.workingbuildings.com/ Number of employees: 40 Working Buildings provides total building commissioning, LEED and sustainability consulting, energy audits and evaluation methods, standard operating procedures, security, risk/threat mitigation, laboratory audits, and CxAlloy quality management software. Out team of professionals includes electrical and mechanical engineers, architects, laboratory specialists, and database developers. Please visit www.workingbulidings.com for more information.

Number of employees: 8 Principals: Brent Wright PE Structural engineering

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Voting Representative: Joseph Tankersley 435 Telfair Street Augusta, GA 30901-2494 Phone: (706) 724-5627 E-mail: main@zelengineers.com Website: www.zelengineers.com/ Number of employees: 13 Principals: Joseph J. Tankersley; Jorge E. Jimenez; C. David Drown Multi-disciplined consulting engineering services including reports, investigations, planning, design, construction inspection and contract administration in the fields of water and wastewater systems, utilities, hydroelectric facilities, industrial, commercial and municipal works.

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WRIGHT ENGINEERING LLC Voting Representative: Brent Wright 7413 Whitesville Road, Building 800 Columbus, GA 31904 Phone: (706) 507-0232 Fax: (706) 507-0233 E-mail: brent@wrighteng.net Website: www.wrighteng.net

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Publishers of The Georgia Engineer. A4 Inc. is a graphic design studio and multilingual communications company. Firm Representative: Roland Petersen Frey 1154 Lower Birmingham Road Canton, GA 30115 Phone: (770)521-8877 Fax: (770)521-0406 E-mail: rfrey@a4inc.com Website: www.a4inc.com

ARISTA CONSULTING GROUP

We are a full-service consulting firm that specializes in the delivery of proven costreduction strategies for small to mid-market businesses. Our core services include employee benefits, technology-driven solutions for HR and payroll administration, and a full-range of corporate support and expense reduction strategies. We are also the preferred broker in Georgia for the ACEC Life/Health Plan. Firm Representative: Fred Nash 1735 North Brown Rd., Suite 220 Lawrenceville, GA 30043

ACEC BUSINESS INSURANCE TRUST The ACEC Business Insurance Trust (BIT) provides the only Business Insurance Program endorsed by ACEC. Business Insurance includes Worker’s Compensations, Commercial, Automobile, Property, General Liability and Umbrella. In addition to providing Business Insurance, The BIT also provides Professional Liability and Management Liability Insurance to members of ACEC. Firm Representative: Karen Corbett 701 Market Street, Suite 1100 St. Louis, MO 63101 Phone: (800) 338-1391 Fax: (888) 621-3173 E-mail: karen.m.corbett@marsh.com Website: www.acecbit.com

AIKERSON CONSULTING GROUP, INC. We teach communication skills to IT leaders and professionals. We provide training, executive coaching, consulting, and facilitation. Firm Representative: LaShanya Sullivan 422 Limerick Way, Building C, Suite 210 Hampton, GA 30228 Phone: (678) 522-1545 E-mail: lashanya@aikersonconsulting.com Website: www.GeeksCanSpeak.com 66

Phone: (678) 965-8700 Phone: (678) 965-8701 E-mail: fnash@andersoncsi.com Website: www.andersoncsi.com Look for us on:

APPLIED SOFTWARE Implement. Design. Enhance. We provide effective, powerful solutions for all industries. Applied Software, an award winning Autodesk Premier Solutions Provider, has been offering software products, solutions and services from more than 25 years. With a wealth of specialized knowledge behind us, we strive to optimize your processes through the customization of all CAD services. Firm Representative: Richard Burrough 2801 Buford Highway Druid Chase Suite 100 Atlanta, GA 30329

Arista Consulting Group is an independent consulting firm that specializes in helping engineering firms with their workforce and employee benefit initiatives. Founded by two engineers, we understand the unique challenges and needs. Arista is also a charter member of United Benefit Advisors, an alliance of more than 140 independent employee benefit advisory firms who work with over 350 A&E firms across the country. Firm Representative: Travis Riker 4550 North Point Parkway, Suite 250 Alpharetta, GA 30022 Phone: (678) 533-6040 Fax: (678) 533-6041 E-mail: triker@aristacg.com Website: www.aristacg.com Look for us on:

BAKER, DONELSON, BEARMAN, CALDWELL & BERKOWITZ, PC General business practice Law Firm with 18 offices in the SE providing specialized legal services to engineers, architects, contractors and subcontractors through its Construction Practice Group. Firm Representative: Fielder Martin 3414 Peachtree Rd., NE, Suite 1600 Atlanta, GA 30326 Phone: (404) 577-6000 Fax:(404) 221-6501 E-mail: fmartin@bakerdonelson.com Website: www.bakerdonelson.com Look for us on:

BALFOUR BEATTY CONSTRUCTION Phone: (404) 564-1866 Fax: (404) 564-4874 E-mail: rbb@asti.com Website: www.asti.com

At Balfour Beatty Construction, we offer a fundamentally better way to deliver construction projects, through our local service, talented workforce, innovative thinking, and nation strength. We provide an extensive range of construction services to public and private-sector clients, including preconstruction, construction manACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


agement, general contracting, cost consulting, and design-build. Firm Representative: Chad McLeod 600 Galleria Pkwy, Suite 1800 Atlanta, GA 30339

Website: www.carlockcopeland.com/Practice.aspx?i d=25 Look for us on:

COUNCIL Phone: (678) 921-6800 Fax: (678) 921-6801 E-mail: cmcleod@balfourbeattyus.com Website: www.balfourbeattyus.com Look for us on:

BB&T Building on a tradition of excellence in community banking that stretches back to 1872, BB&T continues to offer clients a complete range of financial services including banking, lending, insurance, trust and wealth management solutions. We invite you to learn more about us, our company and our philosophy. Firm Representative: Jose Ortiz 6475 Sugarloaf Pkwy Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (770) 813-2132 Fax: (770) 813-2160 E-mail: Jortiz@BBandT.com Website: www.bbt.com Look for us on:

CARLOCK, COPELAND & STAIR, LLC Our Firm has provided engineers and other industry professionals with high quality, cost-effective legal services regarding contract negotiation, project disputes and litigation for 25+ years.

FOR

QUALITY GROWTH

Since its inception in 1985, the Council has worked as the development industry's voice, a clearinghouse for critical information on growth and development policy and a forum for education. The Council advocates for its members to ensure that governmental development policy is fair and conducive to balanced and responsible growth. Through constructive leadership and active participation in resolving growth issues based on real-world experience, the Council is a knowledgeable and informed advocate for you. The Council’s work on behalf of its members has a direct and profitable result on their bottom line. Impact fees, development moratoriums, unrealistic code amendments-it only takes one new regulatory layer and your project becomes unfeasible. The rate of return on your membership investment will prove to be immeasurable as our policy team affects positive change in the political and regulatory web you face daily. Firm Representative: Michael Paris 6500 Sugarloaf Parkway, Suite 220 Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (770) 813-3370 Fax: (770) 813-3375 E-mail: cqg@councilforqualitygrowth.org Website: www.councilforqualitygrowth.org

Firm Representative: Gregory Wheeler One Ninety One Peachtree Tower 191 Peachtree St. NE Atlanta, GA 30303

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Phone: (404) 522-8220 Fax: (404) 523-2345 E-mail: gwheeler@carlockcopeland.com

Insurance, risk management, and loss prevention specialists for architects, engineers, and consultants serving construction and environmental science projects throughout the country.

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CROW FRIEDMAN GROUP OF GEORGIA

Firm Representative: Lee Edmond 1255 Lakes Pkwy, Suite 120, Bldg 100 Lawrenceville, GA 30043 Phone: (678) 690-5590 Fax:(678) 690-5992 E-mail: lee@crowfriedman.com Website: www.crowfriedman.com Follow us on:

CUMMINS SOUTH Sell and service Cummins engines and generator sets to customers in Georgia and surrounding areas in Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina. Firm Representative: Mark McGahan 5125 Highway 85 Atlanta, GA 30349 Phone: (404) 763-0151 Fax: (404) 766-2132 E-mail: mjmcgahan@atla.cummins.com Website: www.cumminspowersouth.com/ Look for us on:

DEEMER DANA & FROEHLE LLP Our staff and Partners possess the experience, expertise, and enthusiasm to meet your varied accounting and financial consulting needs. Regardless of the duration and size of the project, Deemer Dana & Froehle LLP will provide a timely and effective solution. Put simply, our desire to be your trusted advisor and to exceed your expectations makes the Deemer Dana & Froehle LLP the right team for you. Firm Representative: Matt Stringfellow 2905 Premiere Pkwy, Suite 100 Duluth, GA 30097 Phone: (678) 242-1300 Fax: (770) 498-1419 E-mail: RDeemer@ddfcpas.com Website: www.ddfcpas.com Look for us on:

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EDWARDS-PITMAN ENVIRONMENTAL INC. Edwards-Pitman Environmental, Inc. is a small woman-owned business enterprise providing high quality ecological, historical and archaeological resource surveys, air and noise modeling and assessments and a wide range of state and federal level environmental documentation, including all types of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents, Georgia Environmental Policy Act (GEPA) documents, Section 404 wetland permitting and mitigation planning and Section 106 historic preservation and archaeological documentation. Firm Representative: Andy Pitman 1250 Winchester Parkway, Suite 200 Smyrna, GA 30080 Phone: (770) 333-9484 Fax: (770) 333-8277 E-mail: apitman@edwards-pitman.com Website: www.edwards-pitman.com Look for us on:

EXACT SOURCE Organizational consulting, market research and talent solutions firm that specializes in providing recruiting services and software solutions to the A/E/C sector. Firm Representative: David Schmidt Two Ravinia Dr.,Suite 310 Atlanta, GA 30346 Phone: (877) 415-6438 E-mail: dschmidt@exactsource.com Website: www.exactsource.com Look for us on:

GREYLING INSURANCE BROKERAGE Greyling is a specialty insurance brokerage and risk consulting firm, serving architects, engineers, contractors, environmental service firms, and law firms. Our founding partners are experience veterans of the insurance industry, the construction industry and the legal profession. We take care of you so you can take care of your clients. 68

Firm Representative: Dave Collings 450 Northridge Parkway, Suite 102 Atlanta, GA 30350 Phone: (770) 552-4225 Fax: (866) 550-4082 E-mail: dave.collings@greyling.com Website: www.greyling.com Look for us on:

JAT CONSULTING SERVICES, INC. JAT Consulting Services provides financial, accounting and management support as well as project management, program /construction management, process management, strategic planning and contract administration to architectural, engineering and construction firms. Firm Representative: JoAnn Tuttle 1301 Shiloh Road, N.W., Suite 1430 Kennesaw, GA 30144

MIDDLETON-HOUSE & COMPANY Middleton-House & Company helps you get levels, groups, and people working together inside your organization to best serve your market on the outside. The results? On projects, you will avoid costly delays and rework. Within functional groups, you will get measurable improvement in employee morale, customer service, and financial performance. Firm Representative: Ruth House 3521 Country Estates Drive NW Kennesaw, GA 30152-4011 Phone: (770) 425-5244 Fax: (770) 426-7095 E-mail: ruth.house@middletonhouse.com Website: www.middleton-house.com Look for us on:

NEW SOUTH ASSOCIATES, INC. Phone: (770) 975-7359 Fax: (770) 975-1195 E-mail: joanntuttle@jatconsulting.net Website: http://jatconsulting.net/ Look for us on:

MH MILES COMPANY, CPA, PC MH Miles Company delivers high-quality expertise in a cost-effective manner. Out staff of highly experienced professionals continually provides the optimum level of quality and service producing FAR compliant audits. We serve each client with the personal service, responsiveness, practical results and integrity that are the foundation of our reputation. Firm Representative: Monica Miles 1945 Mason Mill Rd., Suite 200 Decatur, GA 30033 Phone: (404) 633-4555 Fax: (404) 728-9937 E-mail: mmiles@mhm-cpa.com Website: www.mhm-cpa.com/ Look for us on:

New South Associates is a woman-owned small business providing archaeological and historical consulting. Celebrating our 20th anniversary, we have branch offices in NC, SC, FL, TN and AL. New South Associates is a founding member of the American Cultural Resources Association, the ACEC’s equivalent for the cultural resource industry. Firm Representative: Mary Beth Reed 6150 East Ponce de Leon Ave. Stone Mountain, GA 30083 Phone: (770) 498-4155 Fax: (770) 498-3809 E-mail: mbreed@newsouthassoc.com Website: www.newsouthassoc.com Look for us on:

PORTLAND CEMENT ASSOCIATION, SE REGION The Portland Cement Association, Southeast Region represents the manufacturers and distributors of Portland cement in the states of Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South CarACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory


olina, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Maryland, and DC. This regional promotion group (RPG) is a Georgia not-forprofit corporation. RPGs, of which there are ten in the United States, are affiliates or divisions of the Portland Cement Association (PCA) and support the promotion efforts of local promotion associations. The PCA, Southeast Region works closely with the American Concrete Pavement Association (ACPA), the National Ready Mixed Concrete Association, and related local and regional associations and their members. Firm Representative: Bob Nickelson 2180 Satellite Blvd., Suite 300 Duluth, Ga 30097 Phone: (770) 497-0079 E-mail: bnickelson@cement.org Website: www.secement.org Look for us on:

PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY BROKERS/ IOA As an independent brokerage firm, we provide professional liability insurance to architects and engineers as well as general liability, auto, and workers compensation coverage. We provide contract reviews for insurance related liability issues and risk management seminars for design professionals. Firm Representative: Hugh Holley 2839 Paces Ferry Rd., Suite 1200 Atlanta, GA 30339 Phone: (770) 250-0192 Fax: (678) 919-1151 E-mail: holleyh@plbrokers.com Website: www.plbrokers.com

RHD UTILITY LOCATING, INC. RHD Services provides Subsurface Utility Engineering (S.U.E.), which includes locating underground utilities, sewer systems analysis and concrete imaging. We utilize radio signal generated equipment, ACEC Georgia 2013-2014 Directory

ground penetrating radar, CCTV pipe inspections, and other geophysical techniques to provide reliable information during design and construction for the engineer owner and contractor. Firm Representative: Joel Davis, PE 630 10th Street, NW Atlanta, GA 30318 Phone: (404) 874-8585 Fax: (404) 874-8586 E-mail: Joel@RHDLocating.com Website: www.rhdlocating.com

SANDLER TRAINING

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T. WAYNE OWENS & ASSOCIATES, PC Full service CPA firm focused exclusively on A/E firms. Financial management and government contracting are primary focus areas. Traditional services like F/S audit, FAR audit, tax & small business. Firm Representative: Wayne Owens 1689 Duluth Hwy Lawrenceville, GA 30043 Phone: (678) 261-8566 Fax: (678) 528-9658 E-mail: wowens@twocpa.com Website: www.twocpa.com

SIMON INC.

We equip our clients to drive revenues higher, uncover more opportunities, and protect profit margins through a powerful combination of consulting training and coaching. Firm Representative: Brandy Swanson 5550 Triangle Pkwy, Suite 125 Norcross, GA 30092 Phone: (770) 622-7000 E-mail: brandy@simonsayssell.net Website: www.simoninc.sandler.com Look for us on:

SUNDANCE CONSULTING GROUP Sundance Consulting Group has served as a trusted advisor to forward-thinking engineers for more than 30 years. The firm offers consultation in strategic positioning, branding, marketing, business development, growth planning, and client relations, as well as executive development and presentation coaching.

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U.S. COST Services include construction cost estimating, aviation project control services, value engineering, software development and integration and parametric cost model development. Products include Success4 Estimating and Cost Management System, Automation Tool, Schedule Tool and Takeoff Tool. Firm Representative: Wade Martin 600 Northpark Town Center 1200 Abernathy Rd NE Bldg 600 Ste 950 Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (770) 481-1600 Fax: (770) 481-1640 E-mail: sleslie@uscost.com Website: www.uscost.com Look for us on:

Firm Representative: Diana Baycura 7785 Marsh Court Atlanta, GA 30328 Phone: (404) 255-4435 E-mail: diana@sundanceconsultinggroup.com Look for us on:

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ssume for the moment that your community needs to accomplish a ‘project’; say it is a road, water/sewer plant or lines, master plan, watershed study, industrial park, or some other capital project. You need a consulting firm to perform the tasks to successfully accomplish the project. How, then, do you hire the engineer? It’s simple: select the most qualified engineering firm and negotiate a complete scope of work and a fair fee. Simple, huh? Does it require effort? Yes. But isn’t the success of your project worth it? If the project doesn’t matter, then the qualifications of the engineer don’t matter. For projects that matter, the generally accepted process to select an engineer is referred to as Qualifications-Based Selection, or QBS. QBS means you consider a variety of competing engineering firms, rank them in the order of qualifications, and negotiate a scope/fee with the top ranked firm. QBS is required by the federal government in the selection of design professionals under provisions of the Brooks Law. The American Public Works Association, which is primarily composed of public sector officials, endorses QBS and recommends its use in professional services procurements. The American Bar Association endorses QBS in their model procurement code. State agencies endorse QBS (including, DOT, Board of Regents, EPD, DCA, and GSFIC). Both GMA and ACCG have endorsed QBS in procuring professional services. As you may suspect, all of the professional societies (engineers, architects, landscape architects, etc.) support QBS. In some communities, a city or county may have an ongoing relationship with an engineer. If the engineer has a unique understanding of a particular facility or, for

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example, a water/sewer system, it is sensible to continue in that relationship. These relationships are like those with the city/county attorney, for example; you do not hire a new attorney whenever a new legal issue arises (while you may if there is a complex issue requiring special expertise). QBS involves a few basic steps: • Notify engineering firms of your need by inviting a statement of qualifications (Request for Qualifications, RFQ) or a specific project proposal (Request for Proposals, RFP). •

Use a panel (say 3-5 people) to evaluate the qualifications/proposals and select 3-5 firms for an interview.

On a single day, interview the shortlisted firms to get a better understanding of their qualifications and the people assigned to your project. Allow time for questions and listen carefully to answers.

Immediately after the interview, discuss the merits of the firms and rank them in order of qualifications.

Meet with the top ranked firm to negotiate the terms of a contract, including scope of work and fee. You should devote considerable time to understanding the scope of work—be sure you know what you want and make sure it is in the scope of work.

If unable to reach agreement with the top ranked firm, terminate negotiations in writing and begin negotiations with the second ranked firm. This gives the community a powerful tool in the negotiations.

What is not part of QBS? QBS is not a simple request for a lump sum fee for an illdefined project. QBS is not a request for a technical proposal and a lump sum fee proposal. Why not? Once price is introduced into the proposal evaluation, qualifications are frequently discarded and selection is on

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firm, respondents frequently will reduce the scope of work or use the least experienced

and lowest paid staff to execute the minimum scope of work. Quality is driven out, and the ultimate goal—a successful project—is jeopardized. Higher construction costs and/or the increase in annual operating cost will far exceed the reduction in engineering fee. Time and again, QBS has proved to be the method that has the highest likelihood of leading to a successful project. If you don’t care about a successful project, it doesn’t matter. If you want a project that is successful and serves your community effectively for the long term, use QBS in selecting your consulting engineering firm. For more information on Qualifications-Based Selection of consulting engineers, please contact the ACEC Georgia office: 233 Peachtree Street; Harris Tower, Suite 700 ; Atlanta, Georgia 30303 Phone: 404-521-2324 Fax: 404-521-0283 Website: www.acecga.org Additional Information can be found on the QBS Georgia Website: www.qbsgeorgia.org v

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u

86

86

u

u

86

u u

86

87 M2 Structural, LLC

u

87

87

87

87

87

88 Matheson-Ball & Associates, Inc.

88

88

88

88

88

89 Mauldin Mechanical Engineering

89

89

89

89

89

90

90

u

90

91

91

u

u  

92

u

90 Maxwell-Reddick & Associates, Inc. 91 MC Squared, Inc

u

92 McGee Partners Inc.

u u u

93

93 McLean Engineering Company, Inc.

u u

94

u u

90

u u

90

91

91

u u u

91

92

92

92

u

92

93

93

u

93

94

u

94

94

u

u

u

95 Michael Quinn & Associates, P.C.

95

95

95

95

96 Mulkey Engineers & Consultants

96

96

96

96

97 Nannis & Associates, Inc.

97

97

97

97

98 NBP Engineers, Inc.

98

u

98

98

99

u u u

u

99 Neel-Schaffer, Inc.

100

100 NOVA Engineering and Environmental 101 P. C. Simonton & Associates, Inc.

u u

101

u u u u

u

98 99

u u u

99

100

u u u  

100

101

u

 

101

102

u

u

99

93

u u u

94 95 96

u

97 98

u u u

100

99 100

u

101

u

102

103

u

103

u u

103

104

u

104

u u

104

101

102

u

102

u u

103

u u

103

u

104 Parsons Corporation

u

104

u

104

u

105 Patterson & Dewar Engineers, Inc.

u

105

u u u

105

105

106

106

106

107

107

108

108 109

u

109

 u  u

109

u

109

110

u

110

110

u u

110

103 Parsons Brinckerhoff, Inc.

106 Paul J. Ford & Company 107 Paulson Mitchell Incorporated

u

108 PECGA Llc dba Palmer Engineering Co. 109 Pendergrass & Associates, Inc.

u

109

110 Peoples & Quigley, Inc.

u u

110

111 PerryCrabb Inc.

80 80

111

u u u u

111

u

u u

u

102 Paragon Consulting Group

u u

107

u

108

111

u

105 106

 u

111

102

105

u

u

106

u u

107 108

u

78

85 Long Engineering, Inc.

94 Michael Baker Jr, Inc.

M AT R I X

Civil

u

80 Kun-young Chiu & Associates, Inc.

M AT R I X

Chemical

Architectural

M AT R I X

75 KCI Technologies

u

107 108

111

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112

113 Philip I. Levine Engineers, Inc.

113

113

114 Photo Science Inc.

114

115 Polytron, Inc.

115

    

116

 

117 Precision Planning, Inc.

117

118 Prime Engineering, Inc.

 

118

   

  

119

119

   

120

  

120

121

121

121

122

122

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122

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123

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123

  

123

124

124

124

125

 

126

 

126

127

127

  

127

128 S&ME, Inc.

128

129 Safemark, LLC

129

130 Schnabel Engineering LLC

130

131 Sedki and Russ Engineers, Inc.

131

131

132 Seneca Fire Engineering, LLC

132

132

132

133 Shull & Kane, Inc.

133

133

133

134 Southern Civil Engineers, Inc.

134

135 Spatial Engineering Inc.

135

136 Spurlock & Associates, Inc.

136

129 130

139

140

141

142

143 Terracon

143

144 The Engineering Group, Inc.

144

145 The Good Group, LLC

145

146 The Howland Company, Inc.

146

147 The Maddox Group, Inc.

147

148 Thomas & Hutton Engineering Co.

148

 

140

  

141

142 143

  

134

144

137

 

 

 

 

130

132

133

134

135

135

136

136

137

  

137

138

138

139

 

139

140

140

  

140

141

141

141

139

 

142

142

143

143

143

144

144

144

145

145

146

146

147

147

148

148

  

145

131

134

132 133

138

139

129

131

136

138

129

131

136

   

128

130

135

128

130

135

137

125

M AT R I X

138

128 129

134

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M AT R I X

127

M AT R I X

126

127 RS&H

142 T.Y. Lin International

128

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141 Sweitzer Engineering, Inc.

125

126

127

140 STV/Ralph Whitehead Associates

125

126 Rosser International, Inc.

139 Stevenson & Palmer Engineering, Inc.

126

119

120

124

138 Starzer Brady Fagan Associates, Inc.

Other 118

123

Water/Wastewater

  

 

Transportation

118

137

Structural

  

123

Planning

118

137 Stantec Consulting Services, Inc.

Mech./Plumb/Fire

     

122

116

118

  

117

116

  

122

 

117

122 Riley, Park, Hayden & Associates, Inc.

115

121

115

117

114

121

114

121 Ralph L. Hayden, PE, LS

125

113

117

120

125 Rochester & Associates, Inc.

116

124

113

 

119

124 Robinson Associates

Land Survey/Devel.

Hydrology/Hydrogeo.

Hazardous Waste

Industrial 115

112

116

120

123 Robert and Company

 

113 114

115

119

112

M AT R I X

120 Qk4

112

114

116 Pond & Company

119 Pruett, Ford & Associates, Inc.

Geotechnical

Forensic

Environmental

Energy

Electrical

Construction Mgmt.

Computer App.

Communications

Civil

Chemical

Architectural

112

M AT R I X

112 PES Structural Engineers, Inc.

142

145

146

146

147

147

148

148

81


150 Tolson, Simpson & Associates

M AT R I X

150

150

152

153 United Consulting 154 Urban Engineers, Inc.

 

150

Other

Water/Wastewater

Transportation

150

150

151

151

  

152

152

152

153

153

 

153

153

153

154

154

154

154

155

  

155

156

157

158 W. Hunter Saussy, III PC

158

159 W. Hunter Saussy, Jr. PE, LLC

159

159

160 W. K. Dickson & Co., Inc.

160

160

161 W. R. Toole Engineers, Inc.

161

162 Walden, Ashworth & Associates, Inc.

162

163 Walter P. Moore and Associates, Inc.

163 164

165 Wiley Engineering, Inc.

165

166 Willett Engineering Company

166

167 Willmer Engineering Inc.

167

168 Wolverton & Associates, Inc.

168

169 Womack & Associates

169

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162

 

164

165

 

 

 

155

156

156

157

  

157

158

158

158

159

159

159

160

160

  

160

161

161

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161

 

162

162

163

164

 

164

165

165

166

166

 

167

168

 

164 165

166

 

167

168

168

169

169

169

170

170

170

171

  

171

171

171

172 Working Buildings

172

172

172

172

173 Wright Engineering LLC

173

173

173

173

174 Zimmerman, Evans and Leopold, Inc.

174

163

168

174

171

174

174

162

167

170

 

163

 

166 167

  

163

155

157

161

 

155 156

158

170

149

152

157

171 Woolpert Inc.

  

154

149

151

Structural

Planning

Mech./Plumb/Fire

Land Survey/Devel.

Hydrology/Hydrogeo.

Hazardous Waste

Geotechnical

Industrial 149

157 Volkert, Inc.

   

156

151

156 Uzun & Case Engineers, LLC

164 Wenck Associates, Inc

Forensic

Environmental

Energy

Electrical

Construction Mgmt.

Computer App.

149

152 TTL, Inc

 

Communications

Civil

  

155 URS Corporation

149

151

151 TranSystems Corporation

170 Woodruff & Howe Env. Eng., Inc.

M AT R I X

Chemical

Architectural

M AT R I X M AT R I X M AT R I X

149 Thompson Engineering, Inc.

169

172

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