Aimee Turner Reads for the Record

Croy Engineering’s Aimee Turner is an Atlanta Advisory Board member for the nonprofit organization Jumpstart, and recently participated in the planning and execution of Atlanta events for Read for the Record® Day. Jumpstart’s mission is to provide the necessary language, literacy, and social skills to preschool students from under resourced communities for the preparation of […]

Croy Staff Provides Learning Opportunities for Kennesaw Youth Council

As part of the Kennesaw Youth Council’s (KYC) initiative to get high school students involved with their local government and community, Croy Engineering’s Wayne McGary and Dan Dobry have worked closely with KYC members to teach them the importance of infrastructure, planning, traffic improvements, and budgeting with regard to community and project planning. “It is […]

Croy Supports Kennesaw Grand Prix 5K Series with Presenting Sponsorship

As part of Croy Engineering’s ongoing support of the communities in which we live, members of the Croy team are lacing up their sneakers for an exciting series of races!  Jeff Drobney, race organizer and City Manager with the City of Kennesaw, has been extremely successful in bringing together the community and local businesses to […]

Teague Takes the Plunge for Special Olympics Georgia

As a fundraising effort for Special Olympics Georgia, Inc., local companies and organizations registered to participate in the Polar Plunge Challenge. At Acworth Beach on February 25th, Greg Teague, President of Croy Engineering, along with other participating individuals, plunged into icy waters while wearing different types of crazy costumes. Prizes were given to participants for […]

Turner Presents at Georgia Section of ITE Meeting

As a Diamond sponsor of the Georgia Section of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, Croy Engineering had the opportunity to talk about the firm’s activities at the September monthly meeting hosted by the Kennesaw State University – Marietta student chapter. Project Engineer Aimee Turner made a presentation to nearly 100 section and student members, discussing […]

Teague to Serve on ACEC Georgia Board of Directors

Greg Teague, P.E., President of Croy Engineering, has been selected to serve on the Board of Directors for the American Council of Engineering Companies of Georgia (ACEC Georgia). ACEC Georgia advocates for public policy and legislation that will improve the business climate for the engineering industry, promote economic development and protect the integrity of the […]

Croy Staff Meet with Potential Employees at Eleventh District STEM-focused Career Fair

Croy Engineering participated in the Eleventh District Career Fair and Small Business Forum hosted by State Representative Barry Loudermilk, Congressman for the 11th Congressional District. The event was held on August 19th at the KSU Center of Kennesaw State University. City of Kennesaw Mayor, Derek Easterling, addressed the crowd of companies, state representatives, and attendees […]

Croy Staff Participate in Company-Sponsored Smyrna Labor Day 5k

Croy Engineering was a proud sponsor of the 2nd annual Smyrna 5k Race held this past Labor Day September 5th.   The proceeds from the race benefit the Smyrna Public Safety Foundation and the Smyrna Optimists.  This year’s the race saw a 30% increase in participation over last year’s, as not only runners but entire families […]

Croy Sponsors Kennesaw Grand Prix 5K Series

As part of our initiative to support the communities in which we live, the Croy Engineering team is lacing up our sneakers for an exciting series of races!  Jeff Drobney, race organizer and City Manager with the City of Kennesaw, has been exceptionally successful in bringing together the community and local businesses to support non-profit […]

Croy Opens New Office in Smyrna’s Market Village

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 […]