Bryant Engineering prides itself with professionals who think out-of-the-box. Every project is different and demands a unique design and layout. We think through each project with an innovative mindset to ensure that the end result is more than what you even imagined.
The Preserve at Live Oak
The Preserve at Live Oak is a 125-lot subdivision located on a 100-acre site in the city of Warner Robins, Georgia, which posed many development constraints and issues. The site is overwhelmed with wetlands, streams, and flood plain that make up almost half of the property. To most developers and designers, this situation can be seen as burdensome and costly to the overall success of the project.
Bryant Engineering specializes in these type developments, converting burdens to assets. The site was designed with the natural topography in mind. With our expertise and experience, we reduced infrastructure and overall cost. The wetland areas were placed in natural conservation and used for water quality credits. Furthermore, Bryant Engineering was able to show the Local Issuing Authority that detention and water quality requirements were met without the use of onsite detention ponds. This overall concept greatly reduces grading, the amount and size of storm water infrastructure, and depth of sewer. The lots were laid out around the conservation space providing a unique experience for all.
Freedom Field Stadium
Freedom Field Football Stadium is located in Houston County, and was constructed for veterans and Houston County High School. Bryant Engineering master planned the facility and provided general civil services including grading, erosion control, storm, and hydrologic studies. Bryant Engineering pulled ideas from sports complexes previously designed to create one of the premier high school football stadiums around.
One of the major design considerations was the desire to provide a “bowl” effect with the field level below grade. This provided some difficulties since the stadium was to be constructed on an old farm site that was relatively flat. Bryant Engineering was able to deliver the appearance of a recessed field by elevating the site substantially around the field. Fill material was generated onsite and the product was delivered as desired and on budget.
Robins Financial Credit Union
The team at Bryant Engineering assisted with the design of the new Robins Financial Credit Union in Warner Robins. Our proposal included a 124-space parking lot on a 2.88 acre lot for the 20,000 sq. ft. facility. We designed the sanitary sewer and water supply to the new building. Our team also provided a stormwater management plan.
The Walk at Sandy Run
Located just off Houston Lake Road in Warner Robins, The Walk at Sandy Run is a beautiful new recreation addition for the City of Warner Robins. The site includes a 1,000-foot long boardwalk. Other features include a large, open green space overlooking Sandy Run Creek, paved walking trails, pavilions, and a sandy hill slide.
Houston County School System Tennis Complex
Bryant Engineering recently completed a state-of-the-art tennis complex designed for the Houston County School System. The site includes a lighted, 22-court complex, with 2 championship courts for all Houston County high schools to use. The clubhouse includes dressing rooms, concessions, and restrooms.
This beautiful educational facility houses students in grades Pre-K through 2nd. Our team at Bryant Engineering handled the master-site design, including the grading, drainage, and parking lot design.
The Shoppes at 96
The Shoppes at 96 is a new retail center located in Warner Robins. Our team at Bryant Engineering handled the parking lot design, grading, and drainage. The site features Strato Cleaners, Kin.D 96 Thai & Sushi, Decadent Dessert Bar, and The Butcher Shop.
The Woodlands of Houston County
Near Hwy. 127 in Perry/Kathleen, GA, is an ongoing project for the team at Bryant Engineering. This beautiful neighborhood is The Woodlands of Houston County. Our team is responsible for lot layout and road design, detention/wetland designs, and more. Check out this one-of-a-kind subdivision for yourself!