Jim Croy, Sr., PE, Founder, Managing Partner, and CEO of Georgia-based Croy Engineering, was honored with a special recognition from liveSAFE Resources on Friday evening during the organization’s 34th annual Tribute to Achievement event at the Cobb Galleria Centre.
Jim received the award in recognition of his leadership in championing liveSAFE Resources, an organization committed to raising awareness and providing safety for those impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and elder abuse throughout our community. He was honored alongside four additional men who have also contributed to the organization, including former Governor Ray Barnes, Pat Head, Sam Olens, and Vic Reynolds.
“On behalf of our entire Croy family, I am proud to congratulate Jim on this well-deserved honor,” said Gregory D. Teague, PE, President of Croy. “Jim’s hard work and dedication to championing local community contributions through organizations such as liveSAFE Resources has become a cornerstone of Croy’s culture.”
Over the course of his more than 45-year career, Jim has served as Director for Cobb County Department of Transportation, Deputy Director for the Georgia Regional Transportation Authority (GRTA), and Executive Director for the State Road and Tollway Authority (SRTA). In 2005, he established Croy Engineering, LLC, a multi-discipline consulting engineering firm. Under his leadership, Croy has grown to more than 150 people, five offices across the Southeast, and 14 different service capabilities including surveying, program management, land acquisition, and mobility solutions.
Photo: Jim Croy, Sr., PE, Founder, Managing Partner, and CEO of Croy Engineering, was recognized for his leadership in championing liveSAFE Resources during the organization's 34th annual Tribute to Achievement on Friday evening, March 22, 2019.