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Industrial Relations Partner Projects

View this short list that illustrates the variety of project types
we are currently developing with a range of industries:


ATTC – Advanced Technology and Training Center, Warner-Robins GA
Additive manufacturing projects designed to reduce costs and to decrease repair times for military aircraft
College Manufacturing Engineering department

Delta Tech Ops, Atlanta GA
1) Ongoing student Co-Op program
2) Additive manufacturing projects to develop additive manufacturing capabilities, as it applies to maintenance repair and overhaul of existing aircraft
College Manufacturing Engineering department

Duramatic, Glennville GA
1) Metal tempering to increase the wear resistance of mower blades in the manufacturing engineering process
College Manufacturing Engineering department
2) Application of mechanical engineering software to develop advanced design techniques for mower blades
College Mechanical Engineering department

Georgia Iron Works, Augusta GA
College students used GIW foundry to cast blades for a student manufacturing engineering competition “Nordic Axe”
College Manufacturing Engineering department

Millennium Group
Projects to support the defense contractor’s cybersecurity branch
College Information Technology + Electrical & Computer Engineering departments

Robins Air Force Base, Warner-Robins GA
1) Educational partnership agreement (pending)
2) Increase current students’ involvement in experiential learning

US Army Corps, Savannah GA
Civil engineering projects to initiate and to monitor environmental remediation as an aspect of the Savannah Harbor expansion venture
College Civil Engineering & Construction department


For more information about our Partner Projects,
contact Reinhold Gerbsch, Director of Industrial Relations

RGerbsch@GeorgiaSouthern.edu or 912-478- 5474

Last updated: 6/20/2019