“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 the Program Manager for the 2005, 2011, and 2016 Smyrna Transportation Improvement SPLOST Programs. The firm is charged with overseeing the entire program which involves a combined total of over $76 million in SPLOST improvements. Tasks include budget maintenance, ROW acquisition, construction services, public involvement/participation services, status reporting, administrative support and other assistance as requested by the City Engineer and City Council. Projects include roads, intersection upgrades, transportation studies, sidewalk improvements, bicycle/pedestrian improvements, curb and gutter and railroad quiet zones. Projects of note include: 

  • Windy Hill Corridor: Croy is in the Concept Engineering phase to create a boulevard along the Windy Hill Road Corridor that will provide improved access to I-75 but maintain the integrity of the downtown Smyrna area.
  • Smyrna Connectivity Study: To ensure that SPLOST funds designated for sidewalks and multi-use trails are used effectively, Croy performed a connectivity study to determine how to provide access between these activity centers other than by the existing transportation network.
  • Atlanta Road Multi-Use Trail: This 8-foot wide multi-use trail encompasses approximately 1½ miles. The trail connects downtown Smyrna with the recently completed Taylor-Brawner Park complex. Croy managed the environmental and design process and acquired the necessary right-of-way for the project.
  • Intelligent Transportation System: Upgrade of 52 existing signals to a centralized command and control system, and implementation of a traffic control center. Project included an inventory of existing infrastructure; development of a system architecture derived from an established base line of existing systems; detailed design; and implementation.