South Cobb Drive Corridor Development Study

South Cobb Drive/SR 280 serves as an important regional corridor and provides connectivity between the major east-west roadways of Windy Hill and Concord Roads. Although it serves as primarily a transportation corridor, there are also a variety of commercial options for local citizens and commuters. This particular roadway section has the potential to be transformed […]

Rock Quarry Road Widening

Rock Quarry Road is a heavily traveled corridor that connects SR 42 to Eagle’s Landing Parkway in Henry County. The south end of the corridor consists of commercial businesses and a regional hospital. Proceeding north, most of the land use is residential until approaching the Norfolk Southern railroad and numerous quarries, which generates significant truck […]

Ward Street – Belmont Hills Connector and Roundabout

As part of the City of Smyrna’s program management contract, Croy Engineering prepared roadway design plans for the new connector located between the redevelopment project of Belmont Hills and already existing Ward Street. It was determined that a single lane roundabout would be the most cost effective solution, provide the greatest benefit to traffic movements, […]

Lewis Road Roundabout and Improvements

Lewis Road serves as a direct connection from downtown Powder Springs to C.H. James Parkway. In order to accommodate truck traffic and eliminate an undesirable one-way pair configuration, Croy Engineering widened Lewis Road to allow for two-way traffic. Key Project Components and Services Included: Performance of complete survey database, traffic analysis, preliminary engineering, right-of-way plans […]

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 […]

Westover Boulevard Extension

The Westover Boulevard Extension will provide a new north/south roadway connection between Westover Boulevard and Ledo Road in Albany, GA, providing significant congestion relief to both Nottingham Way and the surrounding roadway network. The underpass will consist of two lanes in each direction with a raised/flush center median, curb and gutter, and sidewalk. Because of […]

Northwinds Parkway Extension

Performed for the North Fulton CID, the project extended Northwinds Parkway from its previous terminus at its intersection with Kimball Bridge Road to Old Milton Parkway/SR 120. The completed projected included the design of a new 4-lane roadway with raised median, curb and gutter, bike lanes, and a 12’ foot multi-use path.  The project also […]

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 […]

WellStar Paulding Hospital

WellStar Health System, Inc. (WellStar) was constructing a hospital on US 278/SR 6/SR 120 in Paulding County and contracted with Croy Engineering to secure a traffic signal for access and traffic flow to and from the new facility. Previously Croy facilitated obtaining the approval for and construction of a median break. The following services were […]