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Here we GROW again…..

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EMC Engineering Services, Inc. is proud to announce the opening of our Warner Robins Branch office.  This office, part of our West Georgia Division, will serve existing and new clients in the commercial, municipal and Federal Markets.  With a thriving economy and new mission at Robins AFB, Warner Robins made perfect sense for our expansion. 

EMC Engineering Services, Inc. Celebrates 40 years in business!

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Incorporated in November of 1978, EMC began as a partnership of three professional engineers providing environmental, marine and civil engineering to the local municipalities, industries and private developers in Savannah, Georgia.  After five years, the firm tripled in size and moved from its original offices on Liberty Street to the heart of Historic Savannah downtown

Savannah Welcomes New Surveying Director

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The Savannah Branch of EMC Engineering welcomed Mark Keaton, PLS to the firm as it’s Director of Surveying.  Mark is a Savannah native and third generation surveyor and we welcome his years of experience and insights to the firm!

Administrative Professionals Day

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Administrative Professionals Day began in 1952. Each year the International Association of Administrative Professionals, along with employers, take the time during the last week in April to celebrate the loyalty and skills of the over 22 million administrative professionals working in the U.S. We are happy to join in that celebration again this year and

Chris Brazell, Senior VP, Named MGA’s 2017 Outstanding Alumnus

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Christopher E. Brazell, senior vice president of EMC Engineering Services, Inc., has been named the 2017 Outstanding Alumnus of Middle Georgia State University by the institution’s Alumni Association. Each year, the Middle Georgia State Alumni Association recognizes one of its own with the Outstanding Alumnus award. The award is given to selected alumni who have

Branch Spotlight: Albany

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In 2004, EMC opened the doors to its Albany Branch Office. This office, located on 1344 US Highway 19 South Suite A Leesburg, GA, services clients in Dougherty County, Lee County, and the surrounding Southwest Georgia counties. The Albany Branch Office staff includes a registered land surveyor (RLS), an register engineers (PE),  junior engineers (EIT),

Branch Spotlight: Brunswick

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In the Spring of 2003, EMC opened the doors of its Brunswick Branch Office. This office, located on Gloucester Street in the downtown area, services clients in Glynn County, McIntosh County, and the surrounding counties. The Brunswick Branch Office staff includes a registered land surveyor, an engineer in training, a junior engineer, a survey team,

Branch Spotlight: Valdosta

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EMC Engineering Services, Inc. is a multi-disciplined consulting engineering firm strategically located to provide professional consulting services in Georgia and throughout the United States. Our goal is to be “The Firm of Choice” for land development projects. In this week’s Branch Spotlight, we take time to recognize our Valdosta Branch, which recently moved into a

Statesboro’s Blue Mile

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Watch this short video of EMC’s CEO, Chuck Perry, discussing The Blue Mile project and how it will impact the local area as part of the America’s Best Communities contest.   The purpose of this project is to revitalize the downtown area of Statesboro, GA. In addition, this project will create a physical link between Statesboro and Georgia

GBI Crime Laboratory: Coming to Pooler

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The Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) hosted a groundbreaking ceremony for the new 66,000 square-foot Coastal Crime Laboratory in Pooler, GA on June 26, 2017. The ceremony included comments from Governor Nathan Deal, Pooler Mayor Mike Lamb, and GBI Director Vernon Keenan.  The building will be located on the northwest corner of Isaac LaRoche Drive