Hussey Gay Bell Celebrates 58th
Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia – April 2nd marks an important day in the history of Hussey Gay Bell, one of the region’s largest privately held companies. Incorporated in the State of Georgia on April 2, 1958, Hussey Gay Bell has grown considerably from its origins as a one-phone office to an ENR Top 500 Design Firm with over 110 professionals throughout Georgia and South Carolina. From internationally-acclaimed Rousakis Plaza along the Savannah Riverfront, the redevelopment of historic Pooler, Palmetto Dunes Resort on Hilton Head Island, the Boeing 787 Expansion in North Charleston, SCDOT’s Camden Truck By-Pass and SC-7 Bridge Replacement to the massive JCB operations on I-95 to providing engineering and architectural design services in 36 states and 19 countries across the globe, evidence of the design and engineering expertise of Hussey Gay Bell is demonstrated domestically and internationally.
“We are so fortunate to have the most talented and dedicated professionals working here at Hussey Gay Bell,” says CEO, G. Holmes Bell, IV, PE. “With talents ranging from engineering and architecture to surveying and program management, coupled with our incredibly energetic and forward-thinking team, I have no doubt we can keep the firm growing and performing to the highest level of standards. As we do so, we will also continue our long and established history of professional and civic involvement working with various civic and charitable organizations and serving on numerous boards to improve the quality of life for the people in the communities we serve.”