Author: Kellie Barber

2017 CDBG Awards Named!

Congratulations to our 2017 Community Development Block Grant Award Winners! Governor Nathan Deal announced the communities receiving grants from the Department of Community Affairs to help their areas in need.  The following communities were awarded over $4,300,000 in CDBG funds:

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Dennis McDaniel

It is with heavy hearts that we inform you of the death of our long time colleague and friend, Dennis McDaniel.  He was a valued member of our team since February 25, 2004.  He was not just our co-worker, but

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Congratulations to Our Newest Registered Professional Engineers!

Congratulations to Greg Ashworth, Justin Ouzts and Spencer Senerman!!!!!! Justin has passed the State of South Carolina Professional Engineer exam!  Justin is graduate of Clemson University and works out of our Augusta office. Greg and Spencer have each met the

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Join Gabe’s Parents and Vote!

Even though Gabe is a little young to vote himself, he wants to encourage everyone to vote! Gabe is the son of Wes and Jill Fritz in our Augusta office. For more information, please check with the Georgia Secretary of

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G. Ben Turnipseed Engineers Family Serving Our Country

We at G. Ben Turnipseed Engineers are proud of our extended family. Ken Bryan’s son, David, is currently serving as a Second Lieutenant in the United States Army. Lieutenant Bryan just completed Airborne School at Fort Benning in Columbus, Georgia.

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2015 Community Development Block Grant Awards Named!!

Georgia Department of Community Affairs announced the 2015 Community Development Block Grant Award Recipients.  We are proud to announce our 2015 award recipients:  City of Hogansville – $500,000 for sewerage system improvements; City of Homerville – $500,000 for sewerage system improvements;

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Bill Miller Participates in Andersonville National Historic Site Funeral

September 19, 2015, the Andersonville National Historic Site concluded the 150th Anniversary of the end of the Civil War and closing of the Andersonville Prison with a funeral service for the almost 13,000 prisoners who perished during the Civil War at

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