City of Marietta Stormwater Structure Inventory

Croy Engineering provided GPS/GIS/Surveying services to the City of Marietta, which were related to data collection for the City’s stormwater system structures located in the City right-of-way. The City of Marietta encompasses approximately 23.2 square miles and includes 6,000+/- storm structures. The inventory data was determined to be “survey grade” quality and used for modeling […]

City of Kennesaw 2011 and 2016 SPLOST Program Management and On-Call Engineering

Croy Engineering was selected as the City of Kennesaw’s Program Manager to assist with implementation of their 2011 and 2016 SPLOST programs. In this capacity, Croy has been assigned numerous tasks including roadway design, traffic study and analysis, plan review, ROW acquisition assistance, and construction management/inspection. Projects have included: Dallas/Watts Intersection Improvements – Roundabout design […]

Spring Road Improvements

In order to enhance the efficiency of traffic flow, Croy Engineering collaborated with the City of Smyrna to create design plans for the widening and reconstruction of Spring Road from west of Bell Drive to the US 41 intersection. Project components and services included: Widening of roadway from four lanes to six, with three lanes […]

Smyrna Security Upgrades – ACEC Georgia Engineering Excellence Honor Award Winner

ACEC Georgia Engineering Excellence Honor Award Winning Project With a continued significant growth in population, The City of Smyrna had a rising need to monitor key areas of the city from a central location. Primary goals were traffic efficiency, event management, security, and weather-related events. Croy Engineering was selected to work with the City on […]

Loretto City Pool Complex

Croy Engineering was retained by the City of Loretto, Tennessee to manage the design and construction of a new municipal pool complex that was identified in the 2014 City Park and Recreation Master Plan also performed by Croy. The project represented the first major renovation to the park in many years, and was the largest […]

Toccoa-Stephens County Airport – R.G. Letourneau Field

Croy has provided design, bidding, contract administration, land acquisition, and resident inspection services for a variety of projects under the airport’s CIP. Projects have including the following: New fuel depot and an apron to serve new terminal building Extension and widening of the runway New medium intensity lighting system PAPIs and REIL Rehabilitation of the […]

Veterans’ Memorial

Croy Engineering, in conjunction with Land Design Solutions, performed the site engineering for the Madison County Veterans’ Memorial constructed in downtown Huntsville. Croy has assisted with site engineering on subsequent additions to the memorial and serves as the engineer of record for the multi-million dollar project. 

Windy Hill Boulevard

The proposed Windy Hill Boulevard project consists of reconstructing the existing 5-lane roadway between South Cobb Drive and Atlanta Road with a boulevard section that will accommodate all forms of travel including vehicular, pedestrian, bicycle, and transit.  The proposed roadway will include:  Four express lanes to facilitate east/west through traffic by providing unfettered mobility via […]

Cobb County 2005, 2011, and 2016 SPLOST Program Management Team

Croy Engineering is a member of the Program Management Team for the 2005, 2011, and 2016 Cobb County SPLOST Program. These programs are comprised of capital improvement projects that include major roadway improvements, sidewalks, trails, streetscapes, intersection improvements, resurfacing, roadway safety improvements and new location projects.  Services Croy staff is providing include: Construction Inspection Construction Management Right-of-Way […]

Richland Creek Reservoir Raw Water Pipeline

Paulding County is constructing a new 305-acre reservoir. Within this program, the Garney-Croy Engineering design-build team was selected to design and construct 18,100 LF of 48″ steel raw waterline crossing two counties and three jurisdictions from the Etowah River intake to the new reservoir. This included two 60″ steel cased trenchless road crossings, 5,000 CY […]