• Savannah Convention Center Expansion, Savannah, GA

    Expansion to Double Capacity The Savannah Convention Center (SCC) is located on Hutchinson Island across the river from the Downtown Savannah Landmark Historic District. The existing facility opened in 2000 with 100,000 SF of exhibit space, 13 meeting rooms, a 42,000 SF ballroom, a 367-seat auditorium and four boardrooms. The SCC is experiencing growth in […]

  • Savannah Arts Academy, Savannah, GA

    Historic School Renovation for Progressive Future Artists Named one of “America’s Best High Schools” by Newsweek Magazine, Savannah Arts Academy was the first dedicated performing and visual arts school in Chatham County. Hussey Gay Bell was challenged by the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System to renovate a 1930s, historic schoolhouse into a progressive, hands-on learning […]

  • S-90 Bridge Replacement, Newberry County, SC

    An Innovative Decked Bulb Tee Superstructure over CSX Railroad This project involves the replacement of the S-90 (Boundary Street) Bridge over CSX & NS Railroads in Newberry, South Carolina.  The existing bridge is a structurally deficient four span structure which was built in 1925.  The proposed replacement structure consists of a single span decked bulb […]

  • Rosewood Area Water System, Columbia, SC

    Rosewood Area Water System Improvements In conjunction with the City of Columbia’s aging water system improvement efforts, project consists of the design of approximately 116,000 LF of 6″, 8″, and 12″ water lines in three phases including 23,800 LF of 6”, 8,600 LF of 8” and 7.200 of 12” in Phase 1; 26,700 LF of […]

  • Reclaimed Water System Master Plan, Statesboro, GA

    Reuse Water System for a University & Municipality This project consisted of Hussey Gay Bell developing a master plan for the extension of utility services to the new southwest campus area. This master plan included an evaluation of reuse water for irrigation areas and the existing and proposed application rates by Georgia Southern University. This […]

  • Raydient Places + Properties 5,000 Acre Tract , Richmond Hill, GA

    Annexation of 5,000 Acre Tract Infrastructure Systems in Richmond Hills, GA Since 2016, Hussey Gay Bell has been leading the planning and design of all infrastructure necessary to support this 5,000 acre tract annexed by the City of Richmond Hill in 2017.  This massive fast-track infrastructure project has been broken into three (3) planning, design […]

  • President Street WRF, Savannah, GA

    50 Years of Planning for Savannah’s Treatment Shift to Biosolids In the 1970s, Hussey Gay Bell, in association with Wiedeman & Singleton, designed the original secondary activated sludge wastewater treatment facility on President Street, which serves major ports of the City of Savannah and discharges effluent to the Savannah River with sludge disposal by incineration. […]

  • Port Access Road Utility Coordination, Charleston, SC

    Utility Relocation for Planned Roadway Improvements This $225M project includes relocation of water utilities that are in conflict with the planned roadway improvements associated with the new Port Access Road, which will provide access from the proposed marine terminal to I-26 while maintaining service for commuters. The project will be completed independently by a Charleston […]

  • Pooler Wastewater Treatment Plant & Upgrade, Pooler, GA

    From 2.5 MGD to 3.3 MGD, 6.223 MGD, Pooler Continues Path Of Innovation In Treatment The first phase of this project consisted of a new 2.5 MGD hollow fiber (GE ZeeWeed) membrane bioreactor (MBR) plant constructed on a very small tract of land next to an existing 0.98 MGD aerated lagoon facility. Effluent from this […]

  • Pooler Reuse Water Distribution, Pooler, GA

    Large-Scale Infrastructure for Pooler The Pooler Reuse Water Distribution System Upgrades consisted of two extensions to the City of Pooler’s reuse water distribution system to provide reclaimed water to the City’s recreation park and the Nordic Cold Storage facility. The first project modified the existing reuse water force main at the City’s wastewater treatment plant […]