I originally joined Hussey Gay Bell because of their career growth opportunities. To work with Hussey Gay Bell in the survey department has been a wonderful experience. There is never a dull moment!
During my first year of employment with Hussey Gay Bell, I surveyed the monumental Talmadge Bridge – the 1.9 mile bridge spanning from Savannah and Hutchinson Island – and the instrument mounted to the side that measures the height of the Savannah River. I provided the client with the elevation of the lowest support structure under the bridge and its relationship with the instrument. By doing so the client was able to navigate the largest container ship that has ever docked at the Georgia Ports Authority terminal up the Savannah River in Garden City, Georgia.
Another project that stands out as part of my experience here at Hussey Gay Bell was performing a 3D scan of the old Grain Bulk Facility located on the Georgia Ports Authority Brunswick terminal property. During the course of this project, I had to take an elevator part of the way up and the rest was climbing from there. At the top, I was literally hundreds of feet above ground and could see for miles in all directions – a beautiful view. As part of the survey team, most of my days are spent outdoors and in natural environments which is a unique benefit considering I am very much an outdoors enthusiast.
Since joining the firm, I have had the opportunity to manage projects from the center of busy interstates and 10-lane highways to being chest deep in a swamp battling the elements. I could not ask for a better group of colleagues to help me get the job done. I am looking forward to many more professional experiences here at Hussey Gay Bell and continuing to cultivate long-term relationships with our clients.