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ACCG County Buyer’s Mart – 2017

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On April 28th and 29th, the Annual ACCG County Buyer’s Mart will take place at the Savannah International Trade & Convention Center. This event is the largest gathering of county staff in the state, with officials from 150 counties in attendance. County commissioners, managers, administrators, clerks, attorneys, and other key appointed officials attend the Mart,

Stuber-EMC Civil Engineering Scholarship Award

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On March 3, 2017, Georgia Southern University Foundation held their annual Scholarship Banquet. At the banquet, many outstanding students were recognized for their academic achievements. Among those outstanding students was Quincy Plummer, a junior Civil Engineering student. Plummer was thrilled and appreciative to discover that he was the recipient of the 2017 Stuber-EMC Civil Engineering

National Engineers Week 2017

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According to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), the week of February 19-25 is National Engineers Week. Founded in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers, this week is meant to “celebrate how engineers make a difference in the world, increase public dialogue about the need for engineers, and bring engineering to life

Congratulations Robert Titus

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We are pleased to announce the addition of Robert L. Titus, PE as a Principal Owner of the firm. Mr. Titus will also join the EMC Corporate Leadership Team of Charles Perry, Chief Executive Officer, and Christopher Brazell, West Georgia Division Manager, as our East Georgia Division Manager effective immediately. As East Georgia Division Manager, Mr.

Pump Station roles in Hurricane Relief

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The worst hurricane to hit Savannah in nearly 100 years came on October 8th, and the City shut down for days. The destruction caused by Hurricane Matthew is still visible in the community after nearly 2 months of continued clean up and relief efforts. News outlets are now saying that the devastation could have been

Armstrong Tennis Courts Open

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Armstrong State University held a ribbon cutting ceremony on August 18, 2016 for the new state-of-the-art tennis complex. The new complex will be home to Armstrong’s NCAA Division II National Champion women’s tennis team, and the three-time National Champion men’s tennis team. The complex consists of twelve regulation tennis courts for use by the teams

6th Annual CWT Survey Field Day

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EMC proudly celebrated its 6th annual CWT survey field day this past Friday. Survey crews from offices all across Georgia came together to hold an open forum about current surveying practices. One of our founding owners, Charles W. Tuten, began this EMC tradition in order to provide surveyors with the outlet they need to share information amongst peers.

Advancing the Blue Mile

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EMC is excited to continue pursuing Statesboro’s Blue Mile project! Have any questions about the City’s progress? Drop in to the City’s development annex, next to City Hall, and check out EMC’s renderings displayed in the window. City officials are there to answer any questions that you may have about the upcoming development. Also, check our

EMC provides services for the City of Statesboro’s Blue Mile

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Interim City Manager of Statesboro comments on EMC’s involvement with the Blue Mile initiative, saying, “It would finally give us a true survey…and a master plan which can be used not only to show the elements, but give us true cost estimates.” Read more about the Blue Mile initiative and EMC’s involvement at http://http://www.statesboroherald.com/section/1/article/72392/ .