Powder Springs SPLOST Program Management

Various Improvement Projects Support Continued Economic and Community Development

Croy is the program manager for the Powder Springs 2005, 2011, and 2016 SPLOST programs. Services provided include overall financial and technical management of street improvements, right-of-way acquisition, and construction management. Past projects have included the Silver Comet Linear Park, a new culvert at the Silver Comet Trail, the Old Lost Mountain Bridge replacement, street and intersection improvements, sidewalk improvements, parking facility improvements, and miscellaneous infrastructure improvements. The SPLOST program was supplemented by additional funding sources, including state and federal funds and impact fees. Two recent projects include:

Flint Hill Intersection and Roadway Improvements
This joint project with Cobb County included intersection improvements, a roadway alignment, and traffic calming measures to bring together the intersections of Powder Springs Road with Flint Hill Road and Pinegrove Drive. Croy managed the design, bidding, construction administration, and project close-out.

Downtown Redevelopment Street Improvements
This project involved the design and construction of improvements in downtown Powder Springs, which included overlay and extension of Pineview Drive, reconstruction and extension of Lynn Drive, as well as the addition of a T-intersection at Old Lost Mountain Road. The completed two-land urban roadway provided a direct connection from Old Lost Mountain Road through downtown Powder Springs to Lewis Road. The project included sidewalks along the corridor and improved pedestrian crossings throughout. The project also included the installation of two arch culverts spanning to small tributaries. Coordination with both the public and the business community was critical during the project to maintain operations in the downtown area and minimize any disruption to traffic flow. This was also imperative during street resurfacing projects that occurred during the SPLOST program.

Project Details


Powder Springs, Georgia

Project Highlights

  • $35 million in SPLOST program management
  • Projects span transportation, right-of-way acquisition, construction management, public involvement, environmental, and surveying
  • Croy client since 2005

Capabilities Provided

EnvironmentalMunicipal UtilitiesParks & RecProgram ManagementSurveyingTraffic MobilityTransportation

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