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Thomas & Hutton is pleased to announce the following new hires in its Savannah, Georgia office.   

Creighton Dukes joined Thomas & Hutton as a Field Representative in the Civil Department. Creighton brings 18 years of experience in implementing construction projects for commercial, residential, and roadway clients along the Georgia coast. He obtained his Associate Degree in business administration from Newberry College and holds an active Master Captains License. Creighton previously managed a fleet of boats meeting tourism and logistics demands out of St. Simons, Georgia. In his role as a Field Representative, Creighton will perform routine construction observation for land development projects while serving as a liaison between the owner, Thomas & Hutton, and the contractor. He will assist Thomas & Hutton project managers in effectively administering construction contracts by visiting project sites and reviewing conditions, participating in meetings, and keeping up with all project plans and specifications.

Kamryn Owens joined Thomas & Hutton as a Project Administrator. Kamryn obtained her degree in business administration from Georgia Southwestern State University and will graduate with a Master of Business Administration from Georgia State University in the spring of 2023. She received her human resource management specialist certificate from Savannah Technical College and is a credentialed Microsoft Office Specialist. With vast administrative support experience in private and public sectors, Kamryn will work across Thomas & Hutton as Project Administrator on business processes, communication practice, accounting, and project management procedures. Outside the workplace, Kamryn previously served as Executive Director of Lindsey’s Place Camp 501(c)(3) non-profit organization for children and young adults with special needs.