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W&A’s Kelsey Berry and Jim Lenahan attended the GEDA Spring Workshop on Jekyll Island a few weeks ago. The conference was held at the new Jekyll Island Convention Center where Berry and Lenahan attended sessions and events based around economic development and networking. W&A was a bronze sponsor for the conference and set up a booth and spoke with several economic developers from the state of Georgia. W&A will be attending the 50th Annual GEDA Conference in Savannah, GA at the end of September. For more information on GEDA, visit their website at

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Williams & Associates’ Kelsey Berry, Scott Haines, and Jim Lenahan attended the Association County Commissioners of Georgia (ACCG) Annual Conference and County Buyers Market the weekend of 4/26-4/28. Most of the attendees were county commissioners or chairmen from all over the state of Georgia! W&A set up an exhibitor booth and had the pleasure of meeting many elected officials and senior staff from counties across Georgia as well as state agency representatives and others in attendance. W&A also organized a raffle drawing for 2 tickets and a parking pass for a UGA football game! For more information on ACCG, visit their website at

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Williams & Associates employees Frank Pittman, Justin Greer, Grant Crowe, Jim Bob McElroy, and Scott Haines attended and sponsored the Boys & Girls Club of Athens 15th Annual Steak & Steak Dinner. W&A had reserved a table at the event and sat with several of the kids from the Boys & Girls Club of Athens during the dinner and ceremony. The Steak & Steak Dinner is one of W&A’s favorite community events we sponsor and attend. We always enjoy spending time with the kids and contributing to the organization. For more information about the Boys & Girls Club of Athens, visit their website at
Boys & Girls Club of Athens 15th Annual Steak & Steak Dinner
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Whats going on with Caterpillar? Check out our website for updates on the construction progress!
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Anyone seeking engineering, surveying, or landscape architecture services should ask themselves, what characteristics and qualities are you looking for in your ideal service provider?  Williams & Associates has compiled a list of characteristics that WE think are most important to our clients and best reflect our firm.  Our clients choose Williams & Associates for their engineering, surveying, and landscape architecture needs because we ensure and apply the following attributes to every project we pursue:

Insurance. Our company maintains two million dollars of errors and omissions insurance along with our general liability and workers comp policies. It is vitally important to our clients that this coverage is maintained to give the assurance that, should there ever be an issue or a claim against your project, you will be adequately covered and your project will not suffer financially.

Relationships. Williams & Associates has worked diligently to formulate the best possible relationships with government officials in our region, state and federal reviewing agencies, and elected officials. We utilize these relationships to the best of our ability in order to gain the necessary support for your project and make the entitlement processes go as smoothly as possible.

Professionalism. When working with Williams & Associates, you and your project will be treated with the utmost respect and professionalism. We pride ourselves on the reputation we have built and strive to maintain and enhance that reputation with every project, regardless of size.

Timeliness. The project managers at Williams & Associates are experienced and will be realistic and committed when they give you a time frame to complete a task or project. We can also recommend appropriate time frames for project entitlements that are necessary through the various permitting agencies.

Licensure. We are proud of the fact that we hold licenses for civil engineering, traffic engineering, landscape architecture, and surveying in multiple states. Your project will be surveyed, designed, engineered, and permitted by full-time employees who work in our office and not by subcontractors who may be working in another city, or even another country. Having all trades in-house ensures that Williams & Associates can commit to the professionalism, quality and timeliness that our reputation is built on.

Quality. Our firm promotes quality in the workplace on every project we pursue. Our employees understand that our plans and specifications are the tools that drive a project to be constructed on time and on budget. The quality of these plans directly affects the final product in the field. Contractors recommend us because they understand the value of quality and how that translates to a seamless construction project.

Track Record. Our track record with regard to zoning approvals speaks for itself; we have successfully rezoned some of the most challenging sites in our region. We have also been successful in gathering expedited site development approvals and helping our clients redesign difficult sites after a previous design didn’t fit the client’s needs.

Stability. We have maintained our core team of engineers, landscape architects and surveyors despite fiscally difficult times. This demonstrates our level of commitment to our employees, but it also gives our clients great comfort in knowing that they will have consistent representation throughout the life of their project.

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Williams & Associates attended the 28th Annual Georgia Chapter Mid-Winter Equipment Show on Tuesday, February 12th in Perry, GA.  W&A had a booth set up as a vendor at the show to display our services and work in front of a large audience of Governmental Officials, Directors, Managers, Equipment Operators, and more! In addition to hundreds of Public Works employees around the State of Georgia, here is a list of organizations that were invited to attend the 2013 show:

Membership of the Georgia Chapter of NIGP,
National Institute of Governmental Purchasing
Membership of GPAG, Governmental Purchasing of Georgia
Membership of GDOT LTAP, Ga. DOT Local Technical Assistance Program
Members of GMA, Georgia Municipal Association
Members of Georgia Landscapers & Nursery’s
The University of Georgia Certification Program
Members of ACCG, Association of County Commissioners
Members of GRAP, Georgia Recreation and Park Association
This will be W&A's first year attending this show and we are excited to meet new people and potential clients!  For more information about the show, please visit the APWA website.

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W&A’s Jon Williams, Frank Pittman, and Mark Dunlap were a few of the 260 banquet guests, along with 1,500 spectators, and 200 volunteers who attended the Extra Special People Big Hearts Pageant and Silent Auction on the night of Saturday, February 9th. W&A sponsored a table at the event and contributed to the $70,000 raised to be put toward ESP Camp and a new facility! To find out more about this organization, visit the ESP Facebook Page
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