Our Story

In 2005, Chad Bryant and two partners opened their doors as full service surveying and engineering firm. Ocmulgee, Inc. provided quality service to the southeast. Within that time the company grew and expanded its services.

In 2018, Chad Bryant resigned from Ocmulgee, Inc. to pursue a new venture and opened Bryant Engineering, LLC. He brought with him an experienced team that is dedicated to providing the same quality engineering, planning, and consulting services it had for over 12 years. The change has allowed him to concentrate his efforts on strengthening client relationships and services within his field of expertise.

Call us today at 478-224-7070!

We serve the following clients and more:

Architectural Firms
Federal & State Governments
Local City & County Governments
Private Developers
Private Property Owners

Our Commitment

Bryant Engineering offers high-quality services at competitive prices. Our mission is to give our clients professional, comprehensive, and cost-effective assistance on an array of projects.  We equip our professional staff with the latest technology to provide our clients with quality, specialized service.

Our skilled consultants, planners, and engineershave extensive knowledge and experience to tackle a range of projects. Our clients choose Bryant Engineering because we surpass expectations and are dedicated to maintaining excellence in customer satisfaction. Your approval and satisfaction are first priority, and we prove that by working diligently, cost-effectively, and in a timely-manner.

Our Service Area

Bryant Engineering is located in Middle Georgia, but we serve the entire Southeast. We are licensed in Georgia and North Carolina.  We welcome new projects, even difficult ones, because we are confident that challenging jobs are what makes us better.

Our team behind Bryant Engineering produces excellent, high-quality work for every project. Our team has extensive knowledge in consulting, engineering, and planning.

Our Community Involvement

Our team at Bryant Engineering is dedicated to impacting the community around them. It’s our belief that commitment to community needs to go beyond a typical workday. That’s why we volunteer and support community organizations outside of our time at the office.

Wellston Trails

The Wellston Trees and Greens Committee for the city of Warner Robins contacted Bryant Engineering to provide our expertise in their large community project to expand the existing Wellston Trails.  This project created the first public passive park for the city.  This site is a 35+ acre parcel of donated property to include paved nature trails, a dog park, public restrooms, pavilion/gazebo, administrative offices, and meeting rooms. Bryant Engineering donated our engineering and surveying services for this exciting project.

Military Affairs Committee, Robins Regional Chamber of Commerce

The committee has had a strong focus on helping the airman – active duty, civilian, retired, and separated – become a welcomed part of the Robins Region community. Chad Bryant served as Chairman in 2014. Under his leadership, his committee produced the Congressional Dinner, Robins Cup Golf Tournament, and State of the Base Address.

Design Committee for Perry Main Street

Bryant Engineering’s Lindsay Bailey serves on the design committee. As a representative of a design firm, Lindsay brings knowledge to help with the aesthetics of downtown Perry, such as building rehabs, storefront designs, signage, parking, street furniture, public art, landscaping, window displays, and maintenance.

The committee encourages the restoration or rehabilitation of historic properties, encourages appropriate new construction, and advocates sensitive design projects and planning for community growth and redevelopment. The committee also organizes heritage education and historic preservation awareness programs and projects.

Perry Buzzard Drop Planning Committee

Bryant Engineering provides event support for this unique event on New Year’s Eve in Downtown Perry, featuring live entertainment that draws thousands from all around. Bryant Engineering’s own Lindsay Bailey is co-chair for this planning committee.


Bryant Engineering’s Chad Bryant is a board member for Houston County Habitat for Humanity, and Lindsay Bailey has served as a member of the Perry Rotary Club since 2009.