Department of Transportation Deputy Commissioner Mike Dover announces that Bradford W. Saxon is now DOT’s district engineer for the Southeast Georgia District.
“Mr. Saxon brings extensive knowledge of the Department’s programs and goals. His diverse background and talents, along with his training and education, will help him to successfully lead the Jesup District Office in meeting the needs of the citizens, businesses and visitors in this important economic development region of Georgia,” Dover said.
A native of Effingham County, Saxon graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology in July 1994 with a bachelor of civil engineering degree and is a licensed Professional Engineer.
As district engineer, Saxon is responsible for more than 400 employees and provides executive oversight for the ongoing programmatic operations and district activities on interstates and state routes in the 26 counties that comprise DOT’s District 5 in southeast Georgia.
Saxon began his career with the Department of Transportation in 1994. During his career, he has held various leadership roles in the Southeast Georgia District, including district construction engineer and district preconstruction engineer. Most recently, Saxon served as an assistant office head in the Office of Program Delivery for the General Office in Atlanta.