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 […]

Stepping into Virtual Reality

Creating 3D models is an investment, but by getting an early concept into the hands of clients – or, more accurately, allowing clients to step into the design – his company saves time and money in the long run, says Greg Teague, President of Marietta-based Croy Engineering. “We have highly technical projects that we are […]

Andrew Romain Joins Croy Engineering as Roadway Design Manager

Croy Engineering is pleased to welcome Andrew Romain to the firm. Formerly with the Georgia Department of Transportation, Andrew will be managing Croy’s Roadway Design Division, specifically focusing on maintaining the numerous State, County, and Municipal roadway projects currently under design. “We are excited to have Andrew join the Croy team. With his vast knowledge 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 […]

ASHE Honors Croy with 2017 National Project of the Year Award

The American Society of Highway Engineers (ASHE) selected Croy Engineering’s Skip Spann Connector project as the 2017 National Project of the Year in the $20 Million and Under category. Croy’s President, Greg Teague, and Vice President, Chris Rideout, attended the National Conference in New York where awards were presented during a luncheon for the past […]

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 […]

Croy Honored with Three Awards at ACEC Georgia Event; One ACEC National

On February 25th, Croy Engineering was honored at the 2017 American Council of Engineering Companies (ACEC) Georgia Engineering Awards by receiving three awards! The Skip Spann Connector project won the ACEC Georgia Engineering Excellence State Award in the Transportation category, while the City of Smyrna Security Upgrades project won the Honor Award in the Building/Technology […]

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 […]

Croy Engineering Adds Land Surveying Services to its Huntsville Location

Croy Engineering is pleased to announce that it now provides land surveying services out of its Huntsville, Alabama location. With the recent acquisition of Phillips Land Surveying Company, the firm now provides added value to clients as our Huntsville location continues to expand its services. John Phillips brings over 30 years of experience to Croy […]

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 […]