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Nov 2011

Critz Holds Grand Opening for Mercedes Dealership

Critz Inc. has officially launched its new Mercedes-Benz facility and newest franchise, Sprinter Commercial Vans, with a grand opening of its showroom designed by Hussey Gay Bell.

More than 300 people, including representatives from Mercedes-Benz USA, attended the Nov. 3 event, which featured a ribbon cutting and new model unveiling.



Oct 2011

Hussey Gay Bell & DeYoung Hosts Engineering Explorer Post

On October 14th, Hussey Gay Bell and DeYoung hosted an Engineering Explorer Post orientation for six engineering students from H.V. Jenkins High School who will participate in the program throughout the 2011-12 school year. Co-sponsored by Georgia Tech Savannah and Hussey Gay Bell & DeYoung, the purpose of the Engineering Explorer Post is to provide students with an overview of the various career options within the Engineering field, as well as post-secondary program information and to assist them in making decisions about their future career pathways. Read more…

Sep 2011

Chance Selected to Participate in 2012 Leadership Savannah Program

C.J. Chance, PE has been selected to participate in 2012 Leadership Savannah Program. Mr. Chance is a native of Millen, Georgia. In 2005, he obtained a B.S. in Civil Engineering. Since completing his undergraduate degree, C.J. has been employed by Hussey Gay Bell, as a design engineer and project manager. C.J. has been involved in military, municipal, commercial, industrial, and residential projects with the firm. Currently he is the sitting president/director of the local American Society of Engineers chapter. C.J. is an active volunteer in local schools, non profit organizations, and his local church. He and his wife, Evan, of seven years have two children, Parker and Hunter.

Jul 2011

Effingham County Courthouse Receives Prestigious LEED Gold Certification

On April 11th, the Green Building Certification Institute (GBCI) certified Effingham County’s newly renovated courthouse as LEED Gold – the second highest rating possible. This means that the building was designed and constructed using materials, systems, and operations that reduces its impact on the environment and improves energy efficiency. The courthouse was originally built in 1908 and was rededicated on November 6, 2010. The Design + Build team was led by J. T. Turner Construction and architect Hussey Gay Bell along with consultants Greenline Architecture, Dulohery Weeks, and Trident Sustainability Group. This is the first renovated courthouse in Georgia to receive this respected designation. Read more…

Jul 2011

Hussey Gay Bell President Gets Key Appointment by Governor

On July 1, Governor Nathan Deal announced the appointment of Eric Johnson, President of Hussey Gay Bell to Board of the Georgia Department of Economic Development. “Eric Johnson has spent most of his adult life giving his time and energy to our state,” Deal said. “He represented Savannah in the legislature, but he served the whole state. Eric brings experience and dedication to the task of bringing jobs to Georgia, and he’s a perfect fit for the board.” Read more…

Feb 2011

Bell Appointed to Georgia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors

G. Holmes Bell, IV, PE was appointed to serve on the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors. The state’s largest business advocacy organization, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce represents a diverse cross-section of industry and commerce. Read more…

Feb 2011

Helping Our Clients Achieve Success

Garden City officials announced Friday that the municipality has received two gold awards for water quality from the Georgia Association of Water Professionals. Association spokesman Bryan Wagoner said that of the group’s approximately 350 members, about 50 receive the awards each year. Read more…

Jan 2011

Johnson Appointed to SEDA Board of Directors

At the January 7th Annual Meeting of the SEDA Board of Directors, new member Eric Johnson was welcomed following his appointment by Chatham County, which was confirmed at the December 17, 2010 Executive Meeting of the Commissioners of Chatham County. Read more…