Georgia-based Croy Engineering announced the addition of Kristopher Erwin, PE to the company as an Aviation Project Manager. Erwin will be charged with continuing Croy’s commitment to provide consulting engineering services to airports across Georgia, while also expanding the firm’s aviation footprint across the Southeast.
“Kris’ broad aviation experience, from working on small general facilities to regional and international airports, is an invaluable addition to our team,” said Rebecca Collins, PE, Aviation Division Manager and Vice President with Croy. “His knowledge of design trends, coupled with an understanding of regulatory and funding relationships, will help to further Croy’s success and meet the needs of our aviation clients.”
During his career, Erwin has been integral in the development of projects at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport, as well as smaller municipal airports across the state of Georgia. He is an aviation professional with 18 years of experience in engineering design, project and program management, as well as construction administration for the aviation industry. His expertise is in project management; apron, taxiway, and runway design (including alignment, striping, and lighting); site design and grading; aircraft gate parking layout and design; utility coordination; and construction administration services.
“This is a great opportunity to join a growing team and leverage their momentum to build relationships, while continuing to establish Croy as a premier aviation firm across the Southeast,” Erwin said. “Airports are often an important aspect to the economy and mobility of a community, and it’s exciting to play a role in developing and improving this infrastructure for future generations.”
Croy’s experienced aviation team currently provides planning, design, construction management, inspection, and surveying services to more than 30 airports across the Southeast. In addition, in the past five years, the firm has completed more than 100 projects funded by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT). The team works to develop county, municipal, regional, and international airports, helping municipalities and airport authorities get projects funded, designed, and constructed.