• GCSD Coleman Middle School Renovation, Duluth, GA

    Renovation S.T.E.A.Ms Ahead Built in 1954, the original eight classroom school building remains in use today, and is part of Hussey Gay Bell’s comprehensive renovation of the 123,200 SF facility to serve as GCPS’s S.T.E.A.M academy. Coleman Middle School is fitted with the latest technology and infrastructure that will accommodate an ever-expanding and modernizing curriculum […]

  • Crossroads Force Main & Pump Station Improv, Savannah, GA

    From Master Plan to Implementation In 2003, Hussey Gay Bell developed the original pump station master plan for the Crossroads WRF service area. In 2015, Hussey Gay Bell completed the Crossroads Force Main & Pump Station Improvement project for the City of Savannah. This project consisted of the design of upgrades to two lift stations, […]

  • VA Community Outpatient Clinic, Anderson, SC

    A Coastal Healthcare Facility Designed To Serve Veterans Hussey Gay Bell served as the Architect of Record for this 2-story, 71,000 SF Outpatient Clinic located in Anderson, South Carolina designed for the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). The 12-acre site includes a covered patient drop-off area, parking areas for patients and staff, as well as […]

  • SCCPSS Savannah High School, Savannah, GA

    Signature High School Project Continues Path of Excellence 20 Years Later Hussey Gay Bell provided architectural and engineering design services for this $17.6 million state-of-the-art High School.  The 200,000 SF, two-story school mimics Savannah’s historic architecture and is fronted by a Savannah Square. It was designed for 1,750 students and contains a Legal, Business and […]

  • Church, Tradd, Queen & Legare, Charleston, SC

    An Upgrade for 1800s Water Mains In 2013, Hussey Gay Bell’s professional design staff reached final completion on the construction phase of this project which consisted of the replacement of potable water mains constructed in the late 1800s in the Charleston Historic District along Church, Tradd, Queen and Legare Streets in downtown Charleston, South Carolina. […]

  • Southern Gateway Commerce Park, Bulloch County, GA

    I-16/Hwy 301 Tract:  204 Acres Poised For Industrial Growth Since 2008, Hussey Gay Bell has been working with the City of Statesboro, in association with the Development Authority of Bulloch County, to develop this 204-acre tract which serves a 2,000-acre service area.  The property is located at the Highway 301 South and Interstate 16 interchange, […]

  • Wastewater Collection System Improv, Centerville, TN

    Over 106,410 Linear Feet of Improvements Phase I of this project consisted of the preparation of environmental, preliminary and final engineering reports, design, construction administration and resident inspection for the construction of approximately 460 linear feet of 16-inch steel casing pipe; 33,000 linear feet of 8-inch ductile iron pipe gravity sewer line; 5,500 linear feet […]

  • Piedmont Equine Center, Madison, GA

    The facility grows as care grows Piedmont Equine Associates, located on 26 acres just off Highway 441 in historic Madison, Georgia, is a full-service equine clinic offering ambulatory and hospital care, 8 large pastures and 5 smaller paddocks for long term non-intensive patients and rehabilitation cases.  Due to continued growth in clientele and services, the […]

  • Liberty Center, Liberty Campus, Hinesville, GA

    From Strip 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 Center in Hinesville, Georgia. Located at the southeast corner of the intersection of Memorial Drive and Welborn Street, the new building replaces […]




  
  • 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 […]

  • Georgia Ports Authority Projects, Garden City & Brunswick, GA

    Designing Projects To Support Georgia’s Asset- The Port As one of the region’s largest and oldest privately-owned engineering/architecture firms headquartered in Savannah, Hussey Gay Bell has played a major role in the planning, design and permitting of projects for  Georgia Ports Authority for nearly 50 years at the Garden City, Colonel’s Island and Ocean Terminals.  […]

  • Northbrook Middle School, Suwanee, GA

    Northbrook Middle School & Northbrook Center Northbrook Middle School:  This middle school was completed in 2014 and accommodates 950 students with a core capacity of 2,000 students.  It is unusual because it is located inside an existing distribution warehouse.  The owner was able to take advantage of cost savings by reusing an existing building that […]

  • Southern Gateway Commerce Park, Bulloch County, GA

    I-16/Hwy 301 Tract:  204 Acres Poised For Industrial Growth Since 2008, Hussey Gay Bell has been working with the City of Statesboro, in association with the Development Authority of Bulloch County, to develop this 204-acre tract which serves a 2,000-acre service area.  The property is located at the Highway 301 South and Interstate 16 interchange, […]

  • Secession Effluent Force Main, Beaufort, SC

    A World Record Is Set Under Navigable Waters From 2006-2007, Hussey Gay Bell provided professional services to Beaufort-Jasper Water & Sewer Authority (BJWSA) for complete engineering design of 5,000 LF of fused 10-inch PVC DR 14 effluent force main installed using horizontal directional drilling; 3,000 LF of 10-inch PVC effluent force main installed using direct […]

  • Center for Advanced Studies (CAS), Charleston, SC

    A New 600-Student, 100,000 SF Facility Led by architectural firm Stevens & Wilkinson in conjunction with local, WBE firm, Red Iron Architects, project scope consists of the design and construction of a new 600-student Center for Advanced Studies on the site where the Attaway-Heinsohn Stadium across East Montague Avenue from the high school will be […]

  • 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. […]

  • Otis Brock Elementary School, Savannah, GA

    Symbol of Local Resolve to Rise Above School’s Problematic Past Hussey Gay Bell is the Architect and Engineer of Record for the new Otis J. Brock, III Elementary School, named in honor of the late Otis J. Brock, III – a Savannah native who served as the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System’s Chief Operating Officer.  […]