• Little Neck Road Widening & Rehab, Savannah, GA

    From 2-Lanes to 4-Lanes This project consisted of a 2.5 mile widening of Little Neck Road from a 2-lane, rural shoulder facility to a 4-lane facility with bike/pedestrian facilities and rural shoulders. The project also included the addition of a 10′ multi-use path, 5-foot sidewalks and pavement rehabilitation. Located in an MS4 area, the multi-use […]

  • Lift Station 4048 Force Main Re-Route, Brunswick, GA

    A Coastal, Residential Extension of Service Hussey Gay Bell was contracted by Brunswick-Glynn County Joint Water & Sewer Commission (BGJWSC) to design approximately 3,100 LF of 24-inch force main to replace an existing 14-inch force main. The force main provides additional sewer capacity to the BGJWSC’s Lift Station 4005 by eliminating the re-pumping of sewer […]

  • Lift Station 23 Upgrades, Savannah, GA

    Lift Station 23 Upgrades, Force Main & HDD Under a separate contract, yet in tandem with the design and construction of the city’s $165 million Enmarket Arena, Hussey Gay Bell was contracted to design the Lift Station 23 Upgrades & Force Main Replacement project to increase capacity in the project area. The project consisted of […]

  • Lift Station 166 Force Main, Savannah, GA

    Lift Station No. 166 Parallel Force Main Hussey Gay Bell is completing design of a new 16″ effluent force main for the existing Lift Station No. 166.  The new force main will follow the existing 8″ force main route along Highlands Blvd and Jimmy Deloach Pkwy to I-95 where it will cross the interstate by […]

  • Liberty Campus, Hinesville, GA

    From Shopping Center to State-of-the-Art Hussey Gay Bell is the Architect and Engineer of Record for this project which consisted of the design and construction of a new $5 million, 21,000-square-foot Liberty Campus in Hinesville, Georgia. Located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Memorial Drive and Welborn Street, the new building replaces an […]

  • LCSD 1 Meadow Glen Middle School, Columbia, SC

    Challenging Topography Creates Magnificent Views Hussey Gay Bell provided architectural and engineering design for a new, 180,000 square foot Middle School facility with a core capacity of 1,000 students and an initial classroom capacity of 800 students. The school was designed around a Main Street concept with Administration being centrally located on the first floor […]

  • Lady’s Island Force Main Diversion, Beaufort, SC

    An Alternative Sewer System Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority (BJWSA) selected Hussey Gay Bell to provide professional engineering services to design the implementation of an alternative sewer system, which will divert the Authority’s sewer flows generated by the Lady’s Island sewer system from BJWSA’s St. Helena Wastewater Treatment Plant to the Port Royal Island Wastewater […]

  • Kinesiology Research Labs, Statesboro, GA

    Georgia Southern’s New Kinesiology Research Laboratories Located on Georgia Southern’s main campus in Statesboro, Georgia, the Hanner Fieldhouse complex is comprised of numerous facilities shared between athletics and university programming including a 4,235 seat multipurpose arena, support facilities and a long-vacated and under-utilized former pool facility that was infilled in 2008 on the northwest side […]

  • Key Slot, Godley Station & Towne Lake, Pooler, GA

    A Phased Approach to Planning Growth This project consisted of the design and installation of approximately 5,400 LF of 12-inch diameter C-900 PVC force main. The project included pump station upgrades at Key Slot which comprised of the replacement of existing submersible pumps, including pipe connection modifications; replacement of existing check and plug valves and […]

  • Juliette Low Elementary School, Savannah, GA

    An Equally Caring Elementary School, Now in Operation Hussey Gay Bell is the Architect & Engineer of Record for this new, $24M, 950-student elementary school of approximately 130,000 SF. Core spaces were sized to accommodate 1,000 FTE.  Located on the same campus as Jenkins High School, Juliette Low also houses Savannah’s severe and profound population […]