2009-01-14 / Other News

Polyengineering, Inc. announces new partners

Adam Benton Adam Benton Polyengineering's Board of Directors announces the recent addition of two new partners.

Adam Benton has been with the firm for over nine years and has been a consulting environmental scientist for 14 years. He currently serves as an environmental project manager. Adam devotes much of his time to environmental remediation and soil erosion issues. He received a bachelor of science degree in chemistry and master of science degree in environmental chemistry and toxicology, both from Troy University. He is a certified professional in Erosion and Sediment Control, a member of the Georgia Soil and Water Conservation Society and the National Groundwater Association.

Benton also serves on the board of directors for the Blakely-Early County Recreation Department and was recently selected to serve on the board of directors for the Blakely-Early County Chamber of Commerce.

Benton and his wife, Angel, currently reside in Blakely with their two children, Luke, 7, and Maggie, 3.

Kenny Sanders, P.E., has been with Polyengineering for over six years and has been practicing civil engineering for 6.5 years. He is native to the Wiregrass area being born and raised in the Roeton community of Coffee County. He currently serves as a registered engineer in Polyengineering's military division where he designs and manages military training range projects.

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