AUGUSTA – Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer will be in the area today to visit several points of interest. Among his stops, the state’s second-in-command will visit DJ Engineering in Augusta at 10:30 AM, according to office spokesperson Kara Fullmer.
The company’s owner says his hopes are to provide first class services to the area’s biggest industry.
“D-J Engineering represents my best attempt at providing the most comprehensive array of engineering and manufacturing services available to the aerospace industry.” said Company President Rezaul Chowdhury. “Recognizing that technical and schedule performance are enhanced when one organization controls all aspects of a project or product, we have continued to expand our technical breadth. This has allowed us to perform tasks that would challenge companies even ten times our size.”
Chowdhury says his people are what make his company a success.
“Technical performance requires good equipment and good people. At D-J, we have both. Each is a collection representing diverse capabilities. Our staff is dedicated beyond description, while our equipment supports the needs of each project we undertake.”
Colyer is a doctor and surgeon by trade, but also earned a bachelor’s degree in economics from Georgetown University, a master’s degree in international relations from Cambridge University, and a medical doctorate from University of Kansas, School of Medicine.