On Call Consulting Services

On Call Consulting Services2018-10-03T10:02:04+00:00

HGA’s always available, expert civil and structural engineering services are being used by municipalities, county governments and state agencies that require immediate engineering support and counsel. These “On Call” projects are open-ended contracts with governing / managing entities which HGA is providing to municipal agencies and departments, as well as private corporations.

FEATURED PROJECTS

OTHER PROJECTS

ON CALL EXPERIENCE

DAWSON COUNTY “OPEN END’ CONTRACT

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Dawson County, GA

Project Description:
HGA has provided traffic and Engineering Services from 2007 to present. HGA is part of the DPE Engineering Team. Our services primarily focus on bridge and retaining wall design for transportation projects.

GWINNETT COUNTY “OPEN END” CONTRACT FOR TRAFFIC ENGINEERING SERVICES

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Gwinnett County

Project Description:
Haines, Gipson & Associates, Inc is pleased to be a member of the Precision Planning Inc Team. This ongoing contract commenced in 2006, was recently extended through 2015 and covers bridges, retaining walls, and similar site structures. Haines, Gipson & Associates, Inc. is also pleased to serve the Development Planning & Engineers Team in the same capacity under their recent 2010 to 2015 contract award

HALL COUNTY “ON-DEMAND” CIVIL ENGINEERING SERVICES

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Hall County, GA

Project Description:
HGA held a contract from 2007 to 2010. Haines, Gipson & Associates, Inc was part of the team headed by Rochester and Associates, Inc.

CDC “OPEN END” A/E CONTRACT

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HGA provides engineering services for CDC (Under AE Design Prime). Also, Emcon Services for Design-Build projects

Project Description:
This ongoing contract dates back to the year 2000.  HGA has worked as consultants under AE Design Inc. as Prime on several addition / renovation projects on the CDC facilities on both the Lawrenceville and Decatur campuses.  All projects have involved additions or renovations to existing space for modifying functional usage of space. The largest Lawrenceville campus project required renovations to convert the old animal control and testing building (Bldg A) to a new high tech office and classroom space. The renovations included demolishing existing masonry animal control spaces, adding overhead catwalk systems, infilling incinerator pits, reworking existing dock areas, adding ramps and new entry features, altering existing dock doors, performing remedial measures on existing structural problem areas, and revising / upgrading the roof elements (skylights, chiller system, and RTU’s). The actual work for this project was performed Design-Build versus Design Bid. The largest project on the Decatur campus involved renovating a trans-shipping space into offices, creating a new visitors center, cafeteria renovation, adding fire suppression equipment / penetrations, etc. The cost for these projects varied depending on the scope of services provided.

JACKSON COUNTY “OPEN END” CONTRACT AND “STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT CONTRACT”

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Jackson County

Project Description:
HGA held a contract from 2005 to 2007 to provide on call engineering services. Our services for Jackson County included developing a Unified Development Code, standard construction details and specifications, and a development plan review procedure. We also provided a weekly project review service based on the new development code.

CITY OF CARTERSVILLE UTILITIES “ON CALL” ENGINEERING & UTILITY SERVICES

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City of Cartersville, GA

Project Description:
HGA has held this contract from 2003 to Present. The majority of the work consists of site wall and bridge evaluations / peer reviews. We also have provided engineering services for historic building renovations / evaluations.

ROCKDALE COUNTY SPLOST FUND “ON CALL” CONTRACT

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Rockdale County, GA

Project Description:
This contract for engineering services was from 1994 to 2000. Our services primarily included road improvement, utility relocation, and storm water management design.

COBB COUNTY WATER SYSTEM “OPEN END” CONTRACT FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES

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Cobb County Water System

Project Description:
This ongoing contract dates back to 2004. Our firm has worked as consultants for Cobb County as a reviewing entity on project submittals by other design firms. We aided Cobb in developing their standards on retaining walls, detention pond walls, underground detention vaults, and culvert design reviews.

HALL COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION “ON CALL” ENGINEERING SERVICES

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Hall County Board of Education

Project Description:
This ongoing service has been ongoing through much of the 1990’s. The largest single occurrence to date involved the 1998 tornado damage and its resolution. Tornados struck 4 to 5 schools one Friday night imparting varying levels of damage. Our firm was on site early Saturday morning with school officials, insurers, and “on call” general contractors to determine the level of damage, immediate steps to be taken, and to make decisions on what areas could allow students to return on Monday morning. Our work on this particular emergency lasted for several weeks in a more sporadic basis as remediation was performed. Other areas of ongoing assistance have involved similar storm damage, settlement issues, site features, and engineering evaluations.

HENRY COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION “ON-CALL” ENGINEERING SERVICES

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Henry County, GA

Project Description:
This ongoing service is provided in combination with being part of the A/E team that provides Henry County’s New, Expanded, or Renovated Schools Program. Manley Spangler Smith Architects are the Prime Consultant for the A/E team. The “On Call” services are in response to public concerns over safety issues, damaged elements, periodic condition assessments, etc

MUNICIPALITY REFERENCES

Gwinnett County, GA
75 Langley Drive; Lawrenceville, Georgia 30045
(770) 822 – 7483
Contact: Mr. Alan Chapman
Contact: Mr. David Tucker, A.S.L.A. Deputy Director, Contracted Ops & Admin. (770) 822-7400

Dekalb County Planning & Development Department
330 West Ponce de Leon Avenue
Decatur, Georgia 30030
(404) 371-2027
Contact: Mr. Lee Azimi, Ph.D., P.E. (Manager, Land Development)

Georgia Department of Transportation – District 3
715 Andrews Drive, Thomaston, GA 30286
(706) 646-6681
Contact: Mr. Chance Baxley (District Access Manager)

Georgia Department of Transportation – District 7
5025 New Peachtree Road, Chamblee, GA 30341
(770) 986-1771
Contact: Ms. Celina Williams (District Access Manager)

Forsyth County Department of Engineering
110 East Main Street, Suite 120
Cumming, GA
(770) 781-2165
Contact: Mr. A Bill Powell, P.E. (Assistant County Engineer)
Contact: Mr. Ben House, P.E. (Water & Sewer System Engineer)

Cobb County Water System
660 S Cobb Dr
Marietta, GA 30060
770) 419-6434
Contact: Mr. William J. Higgins, P.E, C.F.M. (Division Manager)

Walton County Planning & Development Department
303 S. Hammond Drive, Suite 98
Monroe GA 30655
(770) 266-1616
Contact: Mr. Bob Cowan (Engineering Technician)

Fulton County Department of Environment and Community Development
Fulton County Government Center
141 Pryor St. S.W.
Atlanta, GA 30303
(404) 730-7800
Contact: Mr. Bobby C. Smith, Jr. (Development Services Manager)

City of Sandy Springs
7840 Roswell Road, Building 500
Sandy Springs, GA 30350
(770) 206-1567
Contact: Mr. Bennett White, P.E. (Chief Engineer, Community Development)
Contact: Mr. Mark Moore (Chief Engineer, Transportation Division)

Dawson County, Department of Public Works / Engineering
76 Howard Avenue East, Suite 120; Dawsonville, Georgia 30534
(706) 344-3501, Ext. 246
Contact: Mr. David E. Headley