Forsyth, Monroe County and the Chamber of Commerce officially welcomed Bryant Engineering LLC to town with a ribbon cutting on Friday, Nov. 22; the new office is at 48 North Jackson Street, just off the square. Bryant Engineering President Chad Bryant and Forsyth Branch Manager Jennie Barfield cut the ribbon with a crowd of supporters around them.
The company has an office in Perry and is expanding to serve more of Middle Georgia. It offers planning, consulting and general engineering services and also stormwater and landscape design.
“We are a full service, one-stop shop, from conception to completion, “ said Business Development Manager Tyler Bryant.
“I’ve always dreamed of opening a second location,” said Chad Bryant. “Forsyth reminds me a lot of Perry, and I love Perry. I want to be in the pathway of growth. Forsyth is great the way it is today, but I see so much potential.”
He said that he and Barfield began working together after college and that she is the best, from engineering to business.
”I appreciate the support of the Chamber and the community,” said Barfield. “I have lived in Forsyth for 15 years, and I wouldn’t want to live or work anywhere else.”
The Bryant Engineering team was proud to show its renovated office space. The building was constructed in the 1800’s by the Persons family as a bank. It was most recently the location of the popular High Cotton Uptown shop. Tyler Bryant noted that the Persons family was very active in the Monroe County community
“They were not just in Forsyth but were part of the community. We want to echo that same sentiment,” said Tyler Bryant. “We have a commitment to community.”
The Bryant Engineering team based at the Forsyth office includes Barfield, Tyler Bryant and Engineer Josh Kuza. The office is open from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday. Visit the website at bryantengllc.com, call 478-224-7070 or drop by 48 North Jackson Street to learn more.