What We Do
The Engineering and Facilities Maintenance Department of the Georgia Ports Authority plans and develops capital improvement projects for the Authority's facilities, equipment and major maintenance projects consistent with the Authority's overall mission and policies. All projects are planned and designed in a safe and cost-effective manner considering the requirements of the Authority's operations and in an environmentally conscious manner.
Basic Requirements for Project Bidders
Specific project insurance requirements are determined on an individual project basis. However, all contractors performing work on the GPA’s property must comply with the GPA’s basic insurance requirements.
- General Liability: $1,000,000 Limit (per occurence)
- General Auto: $1,000,000 Limit (per occurence)
- Worker’s Compensation: Proof of Coverage
- Builder’s Risk Insurance: Amount of Total Contract Sum
All projects of $40,000 or more require Payment and Performance Bonds.
Contractor Affidavit under O.C.G.A §131091(b)(1) required.
Any work being performed within the secured perimeter of the Terminal shall require the contractor’s onsite employees and his onsite sub-contractors and suppliers to be credentialed as follows:
- Georgia Ports Authority’s credentialing program
- Federal government’s Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) program.
|Christopher B. Novack, P.E.||
|Olli Himbert, P.E.||Capital Projects Manager and Facilities Engineer|
|Randall C. Weitman, P.E.||Manager of Engineering Services|
|Judit Crawford||Assistant Manager, Project Controls|
|Chris Driggers||Manager of Contracts and Facilities|