The Civil Division works with engineers, developers and citizens as well as other City/County departments. We provide engineering services, such as Design and Inspection. We also address infrastructure concerns from an engineering standpoint. In addition, this Division maintains a library of drawings. We strive to meet the needs of our customers and look forward to continuing to serve the City of Albany/Dougherty County in the future.
The Civil Division is responsible for field surveying, drafting and design of civil projects within the City of Albany. Designs are produced utilizing Computer Aided Drafting and Design (CADD) technology.
Construction Standards Manual
The City of Albany Construction Standards Manual was updated on 09/09/2016. Significant changes were made to the 6000 SERIES (Erosion Control) on 07/25/2016. The City of Albany Construction Standards Manual is subject to change without notice. Please verify with the City of Albany Engineering Department that there have been no changes made to any of the standards before using.
Note: Additional best management practices and construction details for erosion, sediment, and pollution control are available in the current edition of the "Manual for Erosion & Sediment Control in Georgia" and from the Georgia soil and water conservation commission.
Storm Sewer Improvements
- Flood Control
- Localized Flooding
- City Property
- Plan and Profile
The main purpose of this mapping project is to inventory the storm and sanitary sewer utility infrastructure presently in the ground that is managed by the City of Albany, as well as produce an updated and easy to maintain map and database. Each utility system will have its own database that can be shared across the City’s computer network and integrated with existing engineering, planning, and maintenance operations within the organization.
Collecting GPS Data on Manholes
Collecting inverts of Manholes & Pipes
Compiling GPS Data into GIS Map
Click on Image Above to Bring Up Sample GIS Map
Current Major Projects
- South Georgia Rails-to-Trails
- Westover Blvd./Gillionville Road Intersection Improvements
- Speed Studies
- Nottingham Way Street Improvements - Phase II - From Westover Blvd. south to Stuart Avenue
- Intersection Improvements at Dawson Road and Magnolia Drive/Third Avenue
- Sewer Rehabilitation Project for Eastside and Westside large diameter interceptor sewer mains
- SPLOST VII Street Resurfacing Phase 1
- Three Oaks Park area Stormwater Improvements
- SPLOST VII Railroad Crossing Upgrades – city wide
- SPLOST VII Improvements to Minor Storm Water Ponds
The Engineering Inspection Section ensures compliance with the City of Albany standards and specifications on work being done by private contractors and City Utilities.
Charles A. Clark, P.E., Civil Engineering Superintendent
240 Pine Ave, Ste 200
Albany, Georgia 31701
(229) 883-6955 phone / (229) 431-2875 fax