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 for the reconstruction of a sub-standard Y-intersection to improve vehicular and pedestrian movements. Other improvements consist of sidewalks along both sides of the roadway and improved pedestrian crossings.
- Cherokee Street Widening, Ben King to McCollum – Widening from 2 to 4 lanes, shoulder improvements including curb and gutter, a 10’ multi-use trail, a 6’ sidewalk, and intersection improvements.
- Sardis Street Extension – Reconstruction and extension of Sardis Street in downtown Kennesaw. The existing roadway was extended along a new location with a grade-separated crossing at a CSX Railroad line. The proposed roadway included a raised median and urban shoulder with 8’ sidewalks.