Harrell & Jackson Inc., is a civil engineering firm located in Tifton, Georgia. J. Gary Harrell is President, and Brian A. Jackson is Vice-President. Gary has 40+ years experience and Brian has 10+ years experience. Harrell & Jackson Inc. has design and construction management experience with projects large and small.
Harrell & Jackson Inc. serves its clients, staff, and the public by improving their economic well being and quality of life through engineering, surveying, planning, technical reports and studies.
Harrell & Jackson Inc. strives to serve our clients with the upmost integrity, character, and honesty. We strive to complete projects on time and under budget. We work in the civil engineering and surveying fields because we enjoy what we do, and our passion for our clients and jobs shows in our end product.
Brian A. Jackson, P.E., is a graduate of Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech) with a B.S.C.E. in Civil Engineering with Honor in 2003. At Georgia Tech he made the Dean’s List five times while lettering in baseball for one year. He also attended Middle Georgia College in the Regents Engineering Transfer Program from 1998-2003 and made the Dean’s List three times while lettering in baseball for two years.
He has been in the engineering and construction field since 2003. Upon graduation from Georgia Tech he became an Engineer with the Georgia Department of Transportation. He also learned the construction field as a Project Manager and Field Engineer with JCI General Contractors. Before establishing Harrell & Jackson Inc. with Gary Harrell, Brian was a Project Engineer with Lanier Engineering, Inc.
J. Gary Harrell, RLS, has been in the engineering and surveying field since 1971. He worked for Marbury Engineering for 13 years including 5 years as Vice President. He also served as General Manager of McCoy Engineering in the late 70s and early 80s. Before establishing Harrell & Jackson Inc. Gary was Vice President of Lanier Engineering.
Gary has an academic background in surveying from Darton Colllege and Middle Georgia College. Gary has experience in a wide range of fields, and is a ‘jack of all trades’ of sorts in the engineering and surveying fields. Gary worked for the U.S. Department of Agriculture as an Assistant Conservationist and gained valuable experience in the field of soil classifications; he has experience in the construction field as a Field Engineer for Westbrook Construction company and has an uncanny ability to recognize and solve problems on the job site; for the City of Albany he gained knowledge of construction management as a Construction Manger; he has extensive knowledge of surveying that he gained as a Survey Party Chief and Registered Land Surveyor; and perhaps his greatest asset is his knowledge of civil engineering as it relates to storm water drainage and the experience gained as a plan designer.