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Croy, an award-winning full-service consulting firm, officially marked its presence in Cartersville, Ga. with a ribbon-cutting and open house.

The event was attended by various elected and appointed leaders, including U.S. Congressman Barry Loudermilk, Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini, Bartow County Commissioner Steve Taylor, and Cartersville-Bartow Chamber CEO Cindy Williams. Croy gained the Cartersville office location after its acquisition of Tompkins Surveying and Mapping earlier this year, along with 10 employees and additional surveying capabilities.

“To have a company choose to remain and invest in Cartersville is a testament to our community’s pro-business culture and support of small businesses,” said Cartersville Mayor Matt Santini. “We are pleased to welcome the Croy team to our City and look forward to their continued growth here.”

Croy’s Cartersville office is located at 162 West Main Street, Suite 306 and primarily serves as the home base for several surveying teams. The 150-person, Georgia-based firm also operates offices in Marietta, Ga., Smyrna, Ga., Huntsville, Ala., and Chattanooga, Tenn. Croy provides a range of civil engineering, surveying, landscape architecture, land acquisition, and planning services to municipal and private clients across the Southeast.

“This is always an exciting day for our company – to celebrate a new office location and Croy’s continued expansion in the Southeast,” said Jim Croy, Sr., PE, Managing Partner and CEO for the firm. “This represents just one of the ways we are working to be accessible and responsive to our clients, while meeting our core value of investing in the communities where we live and work.”