Roadway Project Constructed Under Tight Timeline to Accommodate New Ballpark Traffic
This project involved widening and reconstructing Spring Road from just west of Bell Drive to the US 41 intersection in the City of Smyrna. The existing four-lane road was widened to three lanes in each direction and included a raised concrete median, left and right turn lanes, curb and gutter, drainage improvements, and eight-foot sidewalks on both sides. In addition, the project was designed in coordination with improvements at the Spring Road/US 41/Circle 75 intersection. These improvements included a triple left-turn movement from US 41 to Spring Road, with additional through movements from Spring Road to Circle 75.
Working with City of Smyrna staff members, Croy’s Construction Management team provided engineering and inspection services for the project. This included coordinating numerous utilities, maintenance of traffic, quality assurance, quantity take-offs, and final punch-list items.
The project met an aggressive construction schedule in order to open on-time for the Atlanta Braves first home game at the newly constructed Truist Park (formerly SunTrust Park).
- Needed to meet increased traffic demand due to new ballpark
- Met an aggressive construction schedule
- Opened on-time