For more than 10 years, Croy Engineering has been working with the City of Smyrna to manage its Special Purpose Local Option Sales Tax (SPLOST) Programs. In doing so, the firm has not only been involved in a number of important projects that benefit the community and the surrounding area, but has also taken an active role in sponsoring and participating in events that benefit the public safety, welfare, and quality of life of residents. In keeping with this commitment to Smyrna and its continued growth and welfare, Croy recently opened a new office in Smyrna’s Market Village. This location will allow the firm to better serve the City’s needs, while providing a presence in the community that reinforces our commitment to its success.
The official Ribbon Cutting and Open House took place on July 20th, 2016. The event was well attended – about 60 people turned out, including City of Smyrna and Cobb County elected officials and dignitaries, City and County staff, business partners, friends and neighbors, and members of the Cobb Chamber of Commerce. Attendees included: Smyrna Mayor Max Bacon; Smyrna City Council Members Ron Fennel, Teri Anulewicz, Doug Stoner, and Derek Norton; Cobb County Commission Chairman Tim Lee; Cobb County Commissioners Bob Weatherford, and Bob Ott; and Cobb County Manager David Hankerson.
In support of local business, the event was catered by Locanda Firenze, a café located next door to Croy’s new office.
The ceremonial Ribbon Cutting was performed by Mayor Bacon, Councilman Fennel, Chairman Lee, Commissioner Weatherford, David Hankerson, and Croy executives that included: Jim Croy, Sr., CEO and Managing Partner; Greg Teague, President; Don Hicks, Executive Vice President; Adam Langley, CFO and Executive Vice President; Chris Rideout, Vice President; and Eddie Wade, Vice President and Smyrna Program Manager.
In addition to the Ribbon Cutting, the Open House showcased performances by the Campbell High School Trojan Cheer Squad and the Campbell High School Drum Line. Croy is a Partner in Education with Campbell High School.