Austell Comprehensive Plan Update

Croy Engineering managed the update for the City of Austell’s Comprehensive Plan in order for the City to maintain its Qualified Local Government (QLG) Status. Following new Planning Standards, the plan was comprised of three major components: Community Goals Needs and Opportunities Community Work Program After defining the Community Vision, a set of goals, objectives, […]

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 […]

Gilmer County Airport

Croy’s staff assisted Gilmer County with the original airport site selection, prepared the Airport Master Plan, and assisted the County with the design and construction of the initial 3,500’ x 50’ runway. Over its decades of service to Gilmer County, Croy has updated the Airport Layout Plan, Exhibit “A” Property Map, Terminal Area Plan, and […]

Douglas Place Master Planning and Site Development

Croy Engineering has provided project management, master planning, surveying, detailed engineering and traffic analysis for this commercial site. Douglas Place is a 132-acre planned mixed-use development located in the City of Douglasville, Douglas County, Georgia. The multi-use development will be comprised of a variety of commercial and retail uses, including: gasoline services; hotels; restaurants; residential […]

City of Smyrna 2005, 2011, and 2016 SPLOST Program Management

“The City is pleased with the performance of our Program Management Team for both the Smyrna SPLOST Program and the Smyrna Parks Bond Program. The Croy Engineering Team is always prompt in response to our requests for assistance and continues to perform in an exceptional manner. ” ~ Max Bacon, Mayor Croy Engineering has been […]

Smyrna Connectivity Study

The City of Smyrna desired greater coordination of transportation and land use by transforming many neighborhoods from places people simply pass through to places in which they both live and work. In putting together an area-wide framework, the City needed to consider its desired development, and develop transit and other local transportation improvements that supported […]

Kennesaw State University Transit Feasibility Study

Throughout the study process the consulting team maintained open lines of communication and was consistently very responsive to our requests…We continue to call on Croy for assistance with our parking and transportation projects. ~ Elizabeth “Beth” A. Tindel, Director of Parking and Transportation, Kennesaw State University Because of rapidly increasing enrollment at Kennesaw State University (KSU), […]

Coweta County 2040 Joint Comprehensive Transportation Plan Update

Partnered with another consultant, Croy Engineering led the project team contracted to update the Coweta County Joint Comprehensive Transportation Plan (CTP). As a joint plan, Coweta’s municipalities of Newnan, Sharpsburg, Moreland, Grantville, Turin and Senoia were key partners in the plan update process.  The CTP Update serves as a guide for future transportation investments in Coweta, […]

Cobb County Northwest Corridor Alternatives Analysis Study

For a number of years, comprehensive transportation plans in the Northwest Corridor of Atlanta have identified the need for a high capacity transit system along I-75/US 41. To continue the planning process toward implementing a system, Cobb County DOT applied for and was awarded a grant from the FTA to perform an Alternatives Analysis (AA) […]

Jim Miller Park Master Planning and Design

Croy Engineering provided masterplanning for the reconfiguration of this exhibition fairgrounds/equestrian park. The initial master plan proposed that the open air horse ring structure be relocated to another area of the park with the addition of stables and a corral. The existing horse ring would then be enclosed for use as a large exhibition hall. […]