Raymond Engineering is pleased to announce the addition of these talented people to our team.

Thomas “Andy” Bozeman is our new Staff Architect operating out of our Conyers, GA office. Mr. Bozeman is a registered architect and has been completing designs for the past 30 years. He has participated in a wide variety of building projects. His work has included high-end residential, military, educational facilities, museums, office buildings, churches, restaurants, historic preservation and medical facilities. Mr. Bozeman has a breadth of experience in maintaining clear lines of communication with all the stakeholders involved in a project. Additionally, he has managed design teams and their efforts that have been critical to the success of a project.


Don Mullins is our new Project manager operating out of our Conyers, GA office. Mr. Mullins started working in the industry at age nineteen in 1974. He originally attended the Dekalb Technical School and continued on the Study Architectural Engineering Technology at The Southern Technical Institute. Mr. Mullins has 20 of experience working as an architect. He has also worked as a Project Manager on numerous local government and K-12 projects.


Greg Rivers is our new Professional Engineer operating out of our Greer, SC office. Mr. Rivers  is a graduate of the University of Florida, having earned a Bachelors and Master’s degree in Civil Engineering. He has over 30 years of experience in construction management and engineering.  Mr. Rivers has experience in K-12 schools and college and university facilities performing major renovations including roof replacements and repairs. Throughout his career, he has performed various testing and evaluations, civil and structural engineering of facilities from school systems to local, state and federal government buildings.


Michael “Mike” Zaitz is our new Structural Engineer operating out of our Savannah, GA office. Mr. Zaitz’s experience includes engineering analysis and design, field investigation and repairs, determining solutions for construction and fabrication problems, and review of shop fabrication drawings.  His engineering work has included, but is not limited to, the design and detailing of:  access platforms; conveyor supports; pipe racks and bridges; mechanical equipment supports; lifting beams; equipment foundations for silos, pipe racks, transformers, tanks; building foundations, and retaining walls. Mr. Zaitz has performed design for numerous projects including additions, renovations, modifications to existing buildings in addition to new construction for commercial, industrial and educational structures.