Croy Engineering assisted the City of Hagan with obtaining financing to develop a public sewerage system where none existed. Croy provided, survey, mapping, design, NEPA/GEPA documentation, permitting, contracting, and construction administration services for the construction of a collection, transmission and land application system for a projected average daily flow of 0.15 mgd. 

Financing consisted of a grant and loan from the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Rural Development, Water and Environmental Program; a State Revolving Loan Fund grant from the Georgia Environmental Facilities Authority; and a Community Development Block Grant from the Georgia Department of Community Affairs.

Consulting services included:

  • Topographic and Boundary Survey and Mapping:
  • NEPA compliance for each funding agency and the Georgia EPD
    • preservation of historic resources on the land application system site
    • project-wide protection plan for the state and federally protected indigo snake.
  • Design of approximately 38,400 LF of 8-inch to 12-inch gravity sewer and 136 manholes
  • 20,000 LF or 4-inch to 6-inch transmission force main
  • three pump stations
  • a potable water well and distribution system for the land application system site
  • a land application system consisting of influent bar screen, flow measurement, aerated lagoons, effluent storage ponds, and a spray irrigation system.
  • Permitting to cross state and federal waters, encroach on State Department of Transportation rights-of-way and railroad rights-of-way; and to operate the land application system
  • Construction administration services