Posted: Tuesday, September 25th 2012 at 9:34am
New GDOT Dist. Construction Engineer for NE Ga.
GAINESVILLE – Georgia Department of Transportation District Engineer, Bayne Smith, announces that Harold Mull is now GDOT’s District Construction Engineer for Northeast Georgia’s District One.
Mull has worked with DOT since 1998. He began his career as a Civil Engineer Technologist and was promoted to Construction Project Manager in 1999. In 2000, Harold became the Assistant Area Engineer for Construction for Gwinnett and Barrow counties. Mull was responsible for all construction including managing the $40 million reconstruction of I-85 and Boggs Road Interchange. He also served as Assistant Area Engineer for Construction for Banks, Habersham, Rabun, Stephens, Clarke, Jackson, Oconee and Walton Counties.
In 2006, Mull returned to Gwinnett as Area Engineer for Barrow and Gwinnett Counties where he was responsible for all construction projects and overall maintenance in Gwinnett and Barrow counties. He was promoted to Assistant District Construction Engineer in 2011. As of October 1, he the District Construction Engineer and is now responsible for construction supervision of 300 construction projects with an estimated cost of $200 million annually.
Mull graduated from Southern Polytechnic University with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Civil Engineer Technology. He received the 1999 James F. Condron Award for Leadership in Construction Project Management from the Federal Highway Administration.
“Harold is an excellent employee,” explained Smith. “He knows our construction specifications in exhaustive detail and continually works to ensure construction projects meet or exceed the Departments specifications. His work ethic and construction experience make him an asset to the Department and the State of Georgia.”
Mull is married to Linda Mull and is the father of two daughters; Courtney and Katie (K.C.).
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