Drewry manages the design, construction and inspection of public capital improvement projects; the Streets Division, which maintains streets and sidewalks in the city; the Traffic Control Division, which maintains all traffic control devices within the city streets; stormwater drainage; bridges; and the long-range planning and development of the city’s transportation network.
Drewry most recently served as Chatham County Director of Public Works for 19 years. He began his career as assistant county engineer in Lowndes County, before joining Chatham County's department of engineering as a civil engineer, where he spent almost five years. He is a current member of the American Society of Highway Engineers and the American Public Works Association.
Drewry is a graduate of Georgia Southern University, with a degree in Civil Engineering Technology, and also has a Certificate of Public Works Management from the University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government.
In 2016, he received the Innovation Award from the Georgia Chapter of American Public Works Association (APWA) for the creation of the Chatham County Connect mobile app. He serves on the Georgia Southern Civil Engineering Professional Advisory Committee, the Savannah Utility Coordination Council, and is a past president of the Georgia Chapter of the APWA.
|Ken Kagy||City Engineer||
|Robert Drewry||Public Works Director||
|Roddy Motes||Public Works Manager||
|Sara Leaders||Transportation Engineer||
|Angie Kapijimpanga||Customer Service Rep||
|Jay Hadid||Public Works Field Coordinator||
|Matt Fallstrom||Field Services Superintendent||