Our firm has been providing a wide variety of Civil Engineering and Land Surveying services to projects in Middle and South Georgia since 1999. Our Principal Land Surveyor is licensed in both Georgia and Alabama.
Due to the recent economy, we have undergone a reduction in staff. There are currently five employees: a registered engineer, two registered surveyors and office and field staff. Equipment and personnel are available to run three survey crews if needed. The company has modern equipment including survey grade GPS units, various total stations (including robotics) and ATVs. We take pride in being modern and efficient.
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Fenton was raised in Tifton GA. In 1968, after receiving a BS degree in Agricultural Engineering from the University of Georgia, he began work with the Soil Conservation Service (SCS), which later became The Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS). His work involved the site investigation, design, and construction inspection of large watershed dams in North Georgia. Also, he worked on small ponds, drainage and animal waste management systems.
In 1978 he transferred to Albany where he became the Area Engineer for SCS. The area covered 27 counties in Southwest Georgia. The main projects were ponds, irrigation, animal waste management systems, terraces, grassed waterways, and drainage. In 1998 the area was enlarged to 36 counties. In 1999, he retired from the NRCS and began consulting.
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College
The University of Georgia, B.S. in Agricultural Engineering (1968)
Registered in both the Agricultural Engineering and the Civil Engineeringdisciplines: Georgia PE # 12693 (1981)
Fent moved to Lee County in 1978. In 1987 he began his career in the fields of Surveying and Civil Engineering in Albany and Southwest Georgia. He became a Registered Land Surveyor in 2000. He has performed and managed the surveying, design and permitting of many major residential subdivisions in and around Southwest Georgia. He has worked with the surveying, street design, utility design, stormwater management, grading and drainage, erosion and sediment control plans and construction plans of many others. He has done numerous boundary surveys on properties ranging in size to over 10,000+ acres. He has designed many site development plans for businesses and industries in Albany and Southwest Georgia.
Middle Georgia College
Surveying and Mapping Society of Georgia
Registered Land Surveyor, GA, #2829 (2000)
Professional Land Surveyor, AL, #31568-S (2008)
Ryan is a life long resident of Southwest Georgia. In 1994 he began his career in the fields of land and engineering surveying in Albany and Southwest Georgia. He joined Nash Engineering & Surveying in 2004 as Survey Project Manager. He became a Registered Land Surveyor in 2008. He has performed and managed the surveying of many major subdivisions, topographic surveys, boundary surveys (one exceeding 10,000 acres), CDBG surveys, ONE GEORGIA surveys, ISTEE surveys, right-of-way acquisition/easement surveys and accident scene surveys in and around Southwest Georgia.
Middle Georgia College
Registered Land Surveyor, GA, #3124 (2008)
Professional Land Surveyor, AL, #31568-S (2010)