Cobb County SPLOST Program Management

Croy’s Land Acquisition and Construction Management Services Play Key Role in County’s Program Management Implementation

As a member of the Program Management team responsible for managing and implementing the 2005, 2011, and 2016 Cobb County SPLOST Programs, Croy’s responsibilities include providing construction inspection, construction management, right-of-way acquisition, and pre-construction engineering services on projects within these programs. SPLOST-funded capital improvement projects have included major roadway improvements, sidewalks, trails, streetscapes, intersection improvements, resurfacing, roadway safety improvements, and new location projects.

Croy staff members are integrated into the Cobb County Department of Transportation (Cobb County DOT) management structure and represent the County on many project issues.  These team members interact with citizens, property owners, and elected officials on a routine basis to keep Cobb County DOT staff well-apprised of any issues that may arise for any given project. Key projects performed by Croy include:

Featured Acquisition Projects

  • Windy Hill / Terrell Mill Connector (PI No. 0013967)
  • Kennesaw Mountain Pedestrian Improvements (59 parcels)
  • Hill Crest Sidewalks (46 parcels)
  • Old Alabama Road Sidewalks (42 parcels)
  • Canton Road Corridor (36 parcels)
  • South Barrett Reliever (21 parcels)
  • Hicks Concord Road (17 parcels)
  • Gordon Combs Road Bicycle/Pedestrian Walkways (17 parcels)

Project Details


Cobb County, Georgia

Project Highlights

  • Croy supports program team for 2005, 2011, and 2016 SPLOST programs
  • Provides acquisition and construction management services
  • Staff integration at Cobb County DOT to provide responsive, accessible service

Capabilities Provided

Program Management

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